Editorial Staff

Editorial Staff

Guilt by Association by Marcia Clark

Beginning with the murder of a colleague in the Special Trials division of the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s office, Rachel Knight faces the fact that outside of the office she did not know Jake Pahlmeyer very well. It is a hard truth and she has a few moments of doubt about whether or not the man she knew was a pedophile and murderer willing to commit suicide.

The Silver Boat by Luanne Rice

Dar McCarthy is a resident of the stunning Martha’s Vineyard. Sitting on her front steps with her black lab, Scup, Dar relaxes beside the wonderful gray cottage that looks out across the froth and foam of the high-cresting waves. The frost is still on the ground, but it’s soon to be gone with the arrival of spring right around the corner.

The Sandalwood Tree by Elle Newmark

The Sandalwood Tree by Elle Newmark

In 1947, Martin Mitchell was returned from the war a changed man, in utter control of his work and his emotions, drinking too much, smoking and distant from his wife Evie and their son Billy. Into this cease fire holding pattern, Martin is awarded a Fulbright scholarship to study the partition of India in the wake of the departing British Raj.

To Be Queen by Christy English

To Be Queen by Christy English

Alienor was the eldest daughter of the Duke of Aquitaine and quite precocious, thanks to her father teaching her politics and the art of governing. He set her feet on the path to obtain what she desired—to be queen—by having her confirmed as duchess of Aquitaine at a time when women were not seen as strong or capable enough of handling the reins of power. Alienor was bound to prove them wrong.

Game Frame by Aaron Dignan

Game Frame by Aaron Dignan

Ever wonder why teens can spend entire weekends playing video games but struggle with just one hour of homework? Why we’re addicted to certain websites and steal glances at our smartphones under the dinner table? Or why some people are able to find joy in difficult or repetitive jobs while others burn out? It’s not the experiences themselves but the way they’re structured that matters.

Warm Bodies by Isaac Marion

Warm Bodies by Isaac Marion

R is a young man with an existential crisis–he is a zombie. He shuffles through an America destroyed by war, social collapse, and the mindless hunger of his undead comrades, but he craves something more than blood and brains. He can speak just a few grunted syllables, but his inner life is deep, full of wonder and longing. He has no memories, no identity, and no pulse, but he has dreams.

A Murderous Procession by Ariana Franklin

A Murderous Procession by Ariana Franklin

In England, where women doctors are anathema and burned at the stake as witches, Adelia Aguilar has made a reluctant home. She is under the protection—and the command—of King Henry II as his mistress of death. Once again, King Henry commands Adelia from her quiet life with her young daughter to accompany his daughter Joanna to Palermo where she will marry the King of Sicily and cement yet another European alliance.

One of Our Thursdays is Missing by Jasper Fforde

One of Our Thursdays is Missing by Jasper Fforde

Thursday Next, the written one, has been sent to discover what happened at the site of a book crash. At first, it seems like the usual assignment for a character in BookWorld nominally attached to Jurisfiction, and something well within Thursday’s skills, a non-event that an A8 character could handle. What Thursday finds is more than her superiors at Jurisfiction suspected.