The Other Emily, Dean Koontz, Thomas & Mercer - Dean Koontz’ forthcoming 2021 novel, “The Other Emily,” is so terrifying it’s impossible to set aside until the conclusion unfolds.
A Stranger at the Door, Jason Pinter, Thomas & Mercer - After their harrowing adventures in Hide Away, police consultant Rachel Marin and her young family are settled in the city of Ashby.
Bone Canyon, Lee Goldberg, Thomas & Mercer - Rookie Los Angeles Sheriff Department Detective Eve Ronin gained her rapid career advancement thanks to leverage created by media exposure—one incident earned her the nickname "Deathfist."
Lana's War, Anita Abriel, Atria - Anita Abriel’s novel, Lana’s War, riffs on dark history, during a time of genocide of Jewish people by the Nazis during World War II.
Review: Do No Harm, Christina McDonald, Gallery Books - Christina McDonald’s novel, “Do No Harm,” is a vexing story that pivots around parents who resort to nightmarish measures to fund medical treatment for their dying son.
Review: Every Last Secret, A. R. Torre, Thomas & Mercer - Cat Winthorpe has it all. William, her gorgeous husband of thirteen years, runs his own highly successful tech company.
Review: Leif and the Fall, Allison and Adam Grant, Dial Books - Every leaf must fall come the autumn, but Leif is different. He's a leaf who is afraid of falling from his tree.
Review: Girl Gone Mad, Avery Bishop, Lake Union - Fourteen years ago, Emily Bennett belonged to a middle school girl gang known as the Harpies. Bullying and frequently vicious, the Harpies were detested by teachers and pupils alike.
In 60 Stories About 30 Seconds, Bruce Van Dusen, Post Hill Press - The richness of Bruce Van Dusen’s book, “In 60 Stories About 30 Seconds,” springs from his perspective of key events that dramatically changed the production of television commercials during his forty-five years as a TV ad director and producer.
Review: The Unspoken, Ian K. Smith, Thomas & Mercer - Former Chicago PD Detective Ashe Cayne’s strong sense of justice cost him his job when he refused to take part in a cover-up.