DARK AT THE CROSSING, Elliot Ackerman, Knopf - a contemporary love story set on the Turkish border with Syria.
Mr. Splitfoot, Samantha Hunt, Mariner Books - Samantha Hunt received critical acclaim for her first novel, The Seas (MacAdam/Cage Publishing, 8 November 2004) capturing a National Book Foundation's ‘Five Under Thirty-Five’ award.
The Chosen, Kristina Ohlsson, Washington Square Press - On a cold winter's day, a preschool teacher is shot to death in front of parent and children at the Jewish Congregation in Stockholm.
SECRET SERVICE DOGS: The Heroes Who Protect the President of the United States, Maria Goodavage, Dutton - They have a job where a single wrong move could change the history of the world.
Echoes of Family, by Barbara Claypole White, Lake Union Publishing - Award-winning writer Barbara Claypole White returns with her fourth novel, a moving story about mental illness, secrets, and the healing power of a haunting past.
The Girl Who Slept with God, Val Brelinski, Penguin - Val Brelinski, reared by devout Christians in the tiny town of Arco, Idaho, admits that her debut novel, THE GIRL WHO SLEPT WITH GOD, is more autobiographical than fictional.
FACE VALUE: The Hidden Ways Beauty Shapes Women's Lives, Autumn Whitefield-Madrano, Simon & Schuster - A self-proclaimed beauty obsessive, author Autumn Whitefield-Madrano spent more than a decade working at women’s magazines, where she witnessed firsthand the crafting of mainstream messages about beauty.
The Girl From the Savoy, Helen Gaynor, William Morris Paperback - Hazel Gaynor’s third novel, THE GIRL FROM THE SAVOY, explores how women's lives were fundamentally changed by the Great War.
How to Write like Tolstoy, Richard Cohen, Random House -
BLOOD DEFENSE, Marcia Clark, Thomas & Mercer - Former Los Angeles prosecutor Marcia Clark became famous in 1994-95 when she prosecuted the racially-charged trial of football star O.J. Simpson, for the throat-slashing murder of his ex-wife Nichole Brown Simpson and bartender, Ronald Goldman.