Songs of Willow Frost Jamie Ford Random House 9/10/2013 ISBN: 978-0-34552202-3 An Authorlink VIDEO interview with New York Times Bestselling... View Article
Winds of Salem: Beauchamp Family Series Audio Interview With the Author 20-minute audio interview (File could take a minute to... View Article
John Updike, Younger John Updike: The Collected Stories (The Library of America; Publication date: September 12, 2013; $75.00 boxed set)... View Article
As a young couple navigating the first serious love affair either of them has ever had, Gideon and Eva are learning from their mistakes and making new ones, while being tested by challenges both external and internal. These two passionate and tempestuous lovers have dark pasts to overcome, but their all-consuming and deeply physical love for each other is worth fighting for and they know it...
Unwritten (Center Street/Hachette, May 2013) Charles Martin AUDIO Interview with Charles Martin New York Times bestselling author discusses his latest novel,... View Article
"With FIVE DAYS, Douglas Kennedy has crafted a brilliant meditation on regret, fidelity, family, and second chances that will have you breathlessly turning pages to find out what happened in the past and what will happen next. At once heartbreaking and hopeful, it is a powerful new work of fiction by an internationally acclaimed writer at the height of his powers."
Like Virginia Woolf in The Waves, Meg Wolitzer gives us the full picture here, charting her characters lives from the self-dramatizing of adolescence, through the resignation of middle age, to the attainment of a wisdom that holds all the intensities of life in a single, sustained chord, much like this book itself.
Anyone who has read Joanne Harris, author of Chocolat, an international bestseller, will be familiar with the deliciously warm character of Vianne Rocher. In Harris’ latest novel, PEACHES FOR FATHER FRANCIS (Viking October 2012), it’s eight years later and Vianne receives a letter from beyond the grave from her friend Armande, summoning her back from her life on a houseboat in Paris to the quaint village of Lansquenet where she used to run her chocolate shop.