The Good Widow, Liz Venton, Lisa Steinke, Lake Union Publishing - Bestselling co-authors Liz Fenton and Lisa Steinke are a dynamic and influential literary duo with legions of devoted and passionate readers.
Mothers and Other Strangers, Gina Sorell, Prospect Park Books - My father proposed to my mother at gunpoint when she was nineteen, and knowing that she was already pregnant with a dead man’s child, she accepted.
The Language of Solitude, Jan-Philipp Sendker, Atria - Jan-Philipp Sendker’s internationally-bestselling debut novel The Art of Hearing Heartbeats (2012) captivated readers, critics and booksellers alike, who called the book “magical” (Huffington Post) “brilliant” (Shelf Awareness) and “epic” (Publishers Weekly).
I LIKED MY LIFE , Abby Fabiaschi, St. Martins Press - Abby Fabiaschi's debut novel, I LIKED MY LIFE (St Martin's Press, January 2017) leaves one to ponder: If you live your life for other people can you truly be happy? And what becomes of those you served once you're gone.
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.