Hazards of Good Fortune, Seth Greenland, Europa Editions - What does it mean to be a good guy in a world fraught with racial tensions and steeped in egos?
A Beautiful Terrible Thing, Jen Waite, Penguin Random House - Madly in love, enjoying marriage and new motherhood, Jen Waite was eager to dismiss the nagging suspicion that her husband was having an affair after finding a disturbing email on their home computer.
A Steep Price, Robert Dugoni, Thomas & Mercer - #1 Kindle and #1 Wall Street Journal bestselling author Robert Dugoni’s acclaimed series continues as Seattle homicide detective Tracy Crosswhite is plunged into a case of family secrets and murder…
The Seasonaires, Jana King, Pegasus Books - For a twentysomething, there is no summer job better than being a seasonaire—there are no responsibilities, college is barely a thought, and you’re surrounded by beautiful people.
Silent Spring, Rachel Carson, Library of America - The late Rachel Carson’s Silent Spring was an unlikely bestseller when published in the fall of 1962. For the first time, the work exposed the harmful effects of synthetic pesticide in the face of the chemical industry's concerted efforts to discredit her.
Author Audio Interview: Woman Last Seen in her Thirties, Camille Pagán, Lake Union - Camille Pagán has a remarkable talent for crafting deeply affecting novels about the human condition.
Followers of the "Me Too" movement (or "#MeToo" used in social media) may find Barry Eisner's latest thriller, THE NIGHT TRADE gratifying to see justice done
THE RUINED HOUSE, Ruby Namdar, Harper 2017 in the USA - the first novel by Jerusalem-born Ruby Namdar, a work that marks the arrival of an important writer in Jewish-American literature.
Happy New Year - 2018 - To all our friends and colleagues we wish you the joy of finding truly good books to read. We hope the newly-designed Authorlink Writers & Readers Magazine will help you find pleasure and peace amid our uncluttered, easy-to-navigate pages.
Joy Jordan-Lake’s new novel, A TANGLED MERCY, is the result of 20 years of research and writing that began when she was a young PhD student at Tufts. Set in Charleston, SC in present day and in 1822, she intertwines the stories of a gifted but enslaved 19th-century blacksmith and a floundering Harvard grad student who is researching the planning of a slave revolt.