What Could Be Saved, Liese O'Halloran Schwarz, Atria Books - The lingering quietness of Liese O’Halloran Schwarz’s mystery novel, “What Could Be Saved,” is also its driving energy. The narrative, bouncing between past and present, evolves around the disappearance of a child, and then, his re-appearance a half-century later.
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Lana's War, Anita Abriel, Atria - Anita Abriel’s novel, Lana’s War, riffs on dark history, during a time of genocide of Jewish people by the Nazis during World War II.
The Courage to Be Happy, Kishimi & Koga, Atria Books - In this follow-up to the international phenomenon The Courage to Be Disliked, discover how to reconnect with your true self, experience true happiness, and live the life you want.
Call Upon the Water, Stella Tillyard, Atria Books - an unforgettable love story exploring the power of nature versus man and man versus woman.
The Braid, Laetitia Colombani, Atria - Laetitia Colombani’s most inspiring novel, “The Braid,” takes us on a breathtaking journey, laced with valuable historical perspectives of three women facing different obstacles, mostly obscure, and almost beyond our comprehension
The Lost History of Dreams, Kris Waldherr, Atria Books - All love stories are ghost stories in disguise.
The Daughter's Tale, Armando Lucas Correa, Atria Books - Armando Lucas Correa’s powerful and sorrowful novel, “The Daughter’s Tale,” returns us to the rise of Nazism in Germany, told through the eyes of young Jewish girl. It’s based on a true account of a woman who was 14 years old when her parents were dispatched to a death camp.
Atria Names New VP of Marketing - Kristin Fassler will be joining the Atria Publishing Group in the newly created position of Vice President, Director of Integrated Marketing.
Simon & Schuster - Libby McGuire has been named Senior Vice President and Publisher of the Atria Publishing Group, effective April 30
Nothing Is Forgotten, Peter Golden. Atria Books - a novel about the life-changing journey of a young man who travels from New Jersey to Khrushchev’s Russia and the beaches of Southern France as he finds love and discovers the long-hidden secrets about his heritage.