The Night the Lights Went Out, Karen White, Penguin Publishing - From the New York Times bestselling author of more than twenty novels, including the Tradd Street series, comes a rich new novel about a young single mother who discovers that the nature of friendship is never what it seems...
The Impossible Fortress, Jason Rekulak, Simon & Schuster - In Jason Rekulak’s novel, The Impossible Fortress, young teens in a 1987 New Jersey working-class neighborhood set goals to break into several impossible places.
To Love A Stranger, Kris Faatz,
THE GUSTAV SONATA, Rose Tremain, Vintage - Rose Tremain CBE FRSL, is regarded as one of the most atmospheric British novelists of her time. She has been published in thirty countries and has won the Orange Prize, the Whitbread Novel Award and the Prix Femina Etranger, as well as shortlisted for the Man Booker Prize.
The Summer Guest, Alison Anderson, Harper Collins - In her novel, The Summer Guest, Alison Anderson offers readers a look at a unique friendship between Anton Chekhov and Zinaida Mikhailovna, an ailing doctor, through the pages of Zinaida’s diary.
History of Wolves, Emily Fridlund, Grove Atlantic - In Emily Fridlund’s History of Wolves, a teenage girl raised on a failed commune in the north woods of Minnesota feels like she doesn’t fit in at home or at school.
The Second Mrs. Hockaday, Susan Rivers, Algonquin Books - When Susan Rivers’ agent told her she wouldn’t debut with her first novel, Rivers was disappointed. These words are spoken to many writers, but they came at a particularly difficult time for her.
All the Breaking Waves, Kerry Lonsdale, Lake Union Publishing - The women in Molly’s family have special abilities – to foresee the future, to communicate telepathically, and in Molly’s case, to cause people to do as she directs against their own will.
Gillian Bouras, Seeing and Believing, (Gialos Publishing - Author Gillian Bouras, recipient of a New South Wales State Literary Award, and shortlisted for the National Biography Award (Australia), and the UK Fawcett Book Prize brings us full circle with the publication of Seeing and Believing
Surprise Me, Deena Goldstone, Knopf - In the novel Surprise Me a young writer, Isabelle Rothman, meets her mentor, novelist and Professor Daniel Jablonski, and they form a unique bond that influences them personally and professionally.