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Thriller edited by James Patterson

Thirty authors in the newly formed International Thriller Writers present stories in this first ever collection of short thrillers using one familiar character or plot line from an author’s well known work. It will keep readers up all night. The book is dedicated to the late author Dennis Lynds whose work is also included. It is a collection of the best and brightest the ITW and writing has to offer.

The Last Spymaster by Gayle Lynds

  The Last Spymaster Gayle Lynds St. Martins Press 06-06-06 Hardcover/400 pages ISBN: 0-312-30159-6 Buy This Book www.amazon.com   "The art of spying is about illusion and truth seen through a fun house mirror." ". . . a provocative and...

Sand Dollar Summer by Kimberly K. Jones

    Sand Dollar Summer Kimberly K. Jones Margaret K. McElderry Books June 2006 Hardcover/224 pages ISBN: 1-416903-62-3 Buy This Book www.amazon.com     ". . . Jones has written a promising debut novel. . ." ". . . Reminiscent of Judy...

How To Succeed in Murder by Margaret Dumas

      How To Succeed in Murder Margaret Dumas Poisoned Pen Press May 2006 Hardcover/0 pages ISBN: 1-59058-260-8 Buy This Book www.amazon.com   "If you like your murder mysteries cooked up with a dash of fun, How To Succeed in Murder will be...

The Night Buffalo by Guillermo Arriaga

  The Night Buffalo Guillermo Arriaga: Translated Alan Page Atria Books 5/5/2006 Hardcover/228 pages ISBN: 0-7432-8185-3 Buy This Book www.amazon.com   ". . . a stark and engaging tale of madness." "Arriaga is primarily a film maker and his...

An Exclusive Interview With Brooke Warner Seal Press Editor Avalon Publishing Group

I started as a project editor for a small independent house in Berkeley called North Atlantic Books. I began doing acquisitions about three years into my job there and worked for Atlantic for five years before moving to Seal. Prior to that I toured Europe for a year, and was busy getting my BA at George Washington University. I received my MA from San Francisco State while working at North Atlantic.

Clair-de-Lune by Cassandra Golds

Contemporary young adult books have become burdened by requirements and expectations no one book can hope to meet. Unless the book is Clair-de-Lune, Cassandra Gold’s remarkable fairy tale about a young, mute ballerina who must learn to face her deepest fears in order to understand the importance of love. Gold manages to not only spin a wholly original tale but to do so in language by turns melodious and downright funny – sometimes both at the same time.