The Unquiet Grave, Sharyn McCrumb, Atria Books - The century-old folktale of West Virginia's Greenbrier Ghost takes on a new reality in New York Times bestselling author Sharyn McCrumb's novel
The Address, Fiona Davis, Penguin Publishing Group - With The Dollhouse, Fiona Davis made one of the most stunning fiction debuts in recent memory, captivating readers, critics and booksellers alike
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.
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.