Teenager Rainy Cain is kidnapped and taken on a cross-country trek by her escaped-con father in pursuit of millions of dollars that her father believes her late mother had kept from a botched robbery. By the author of Security. Original
Reluctantly assuming the helm of his family's shoe factory located in Southern China, Alex Cohen soon finds his loyalties tested by the discovery of his father's corrupt practices and a seamstress stirring up pro-democracy sentiment amongst factory workers
Doomed to repeat the same day over and over, Aiden Bishop must solve the murder of Evelyn Hardcastle in order to escape the curse, in a world filled with enemies where nothing and no one are quite what they seem.
Desperate and humiliated after a longtime girlfriend denies his marriage proposal, thirtysomething Mark Brumfeld posts a series of online video monologues that critique Baby Boomers and their powerful hold on the job market, which soon go viral, but with unintended consequences.
Two courageous World War II concentration-camp survivors build a life together before their son resolves to be his own person as a first-generation American. By the best-selling author of The Right Time
The police struggle to find the true motive and possibly the real criminal after a man turns himself in for murdering a disgraced banker and claims the assault was not planned and he didn't know the identity of the victim.
While Gerhard works for the Fatherland in the hopes of overthrowing Hitler, Special Operations Executive Saffron Courtney outmaneuvers a spymaster in occupied Belgium to ascertain how the Nazis have infiltrated SOE's network. By the New York Times best-selling author of River God
Combining ancient and modern folklore, a novel by the award-winning Icelandic author tells the story of a Jewish fugitive during World War II who makes a baby out of a piece of clay that eventually comes to life.
Despite her seemingly perfect life in a New Jersey suburb, Larissa Stark feels increasingly isolated and empty until a chance encounter with an intriguing stranger exposes her idyllic existence for the sham it is and leads her to question everything she once firmly believed. Original. 30,000 first printing.
A self-made Wall Street millionaire, baffled by the implosion of his seemingly perfect life, takes a cross-country bus trip in search of his college sweetheart and the ideals of his youth. By the best-selling author of Super Sad True Love Story
A debut entry in a trilogy by the New York Times best-selling author of Maestro continues the story of beloved dark elf Drizzt Do'Urden to reveal the stories of his parents as well as the friendship between Zaknafein and Jarlaxle. 50,000 first printing
An unlikely alliance between an accused killer who swears she is innocent and a grieving journalist who would rebuild her shattered life leads to a dangerous game of cat-and-mouse. By the award-winning author of Say No More
A conclusion to the best-selling series finds enigmatic Alicia Gris, supported by the Sempere family, uncovering one of the most shocking conspiracies in Spanish history. By the award-winning author of The Angel's Game. 50,000 first printing
When an airline executive is blackmailed into a suicide bombing in his Wall Street office, lieutenant Eve Dallas investigates strange inconsistencies in the case while trying to uncover the blackmailers' true agenda. By a #1 New York Times best-selling author
In a novel set in the near-future, a rural's life is disrupted when the man is called for a distant mission, and his wife receives an unconventional replacement so he won't be missed. By the internationally best-selling author of I'm Thinking of Ending Things
Chronicles the journey of a married couple, one of them a world-class cyclist, and the other a successful geneticist, as they grapple with the challenges of new parenthood while descending into a dark world of illegal drug smuggling.
An award-winning naturalist pens a novel that follows Mary Glanville, a woman shrouded in mystery, as she searches for the all-black Magdalena alpine butterfly along with a young graduate student and a monk in the wilderness of Magdalena Mountain. Original.
A devoted single parent hides the truth about her daughter's absent father and asks her best friend for help when challenges from her past threaten her teenage daughter. By the New York Times best-selling author of Behind Her Eyes. 150,000 first printing
Unexpectedly released from jail, Michael Hudson confronts profound changes in his Washington, D.C. home while struggling between loyalties to the person responsible for his freedom and the prison librarian who helped him develop a love of reading. By the author of The Cut. 50,000 first printing
Tapped by a relentless prosecutor who would exploit her inexperience to secure a swift conviction, a recent law graduate finds herself navigating two tricky cases, class divides and an increasingly suspicious jury. Co-written by a #1 best-selling author. 500,000 first printing.
An intelligence operative draws on the elite skills he learned as a Special Forces soldier when an adversary from his past steals a nuclear weapon. A first novel by the author of the best-selling Outlaw Platoon. 200,000 first printing
Resolving to abandon his post when he is ordered to kill innocent civilians, Nigerian army officer Chike Ameobi becomes the leader of a band of runaway rebels, each of whom imparts the difficult and remarkable experiences that drove them to seek better lives.
On the eve of an election, unknown enemies are attacking Information's network infrastructure while their best agents question the data monopoly they've been serving their whole lives. By the author of Null States
A young man reinvents himself as a professor to share his late father's wisdom at an unorthodox university, only to encounter fellow intellectuals who have insights into his father's hidden past. By the award-winning author of the Easy Rawlins mysteries.
Leaving America for Dublin, Martha falls impossibly in love with a man from her birth mother's community; while Bridie struggles with her new husband's wandering eye, and Kitty reevaluates a past love. Hardcover Library Edition. By the New York Times best-selling author of Daughters of Ireland. 25,000 first printing
Maya Stark, a language therapist at a psychiatric facility, is challenged when a boy missing for 10 years refuses to speak about his father, the ransacked campsite they both disappeared from, or what has transpired over the last decade. By the author of Everything You Want Me to Be
When her mother, Amandine, demands help, October Daye has no choice, especially when Amandine takes hostages and puts Jazz and Tybalt’s lives in danger. By a New York Times best-selling author. Original. Hugo Award finalist for Best Series
The daughter of 1930s Mennonite missionaries navigates unsupported ambitions and a suffocating marriage while reflecting on her mother's early death and her own struggles with end-of-life challenges that are overseen by her estranged daughter.
An aimless writer immerses himself in his notion of Yeats' "foul rag and bone shop of the heart" while pursuing an intimate affair with a sexually adventurous woman who evinces the talent and nerve he craves. A first novel.
After witnessing a terrible crime at her friend's house when she was 17, Ellen is frightened when Sasha goes missing 13 years later and must dredge up the events of that night in order to find her. 25,000 first printing
A working family that has built a busy life running a beloved Maryland Chinese restaurant is forced by youthful recklessness and a tragedy to confront interpersonal conflicts and the limits of what parents are willing to sacrifice for their children.
An evocative retelling of the Anastasia survival myth follows the appearance of a traumatized, badly scarred young woman who claims to be the youngest Romanov daughter, launching a half-century of questions, accusations and changing perspectives on identity as conveyed by her supporters and detractors. By the author of Flight of Dreams.
"Most men can't handle Hazel. With the energy of a toddler and the mouth of a sailor, they're often too timid to recognize her heart of gold. New York Times and #1 international bestselling author Christina Lauren (Roomies, Beautiful Bastard) tells the story of two people who are definitely not dating, no matter how often they end up in bed together
Facing starvation and worse when she is orphaned on her family's 1885 homestead, a 17-year-old sharpshooter cuts off her hair and disguises herself as a boy to journey across the mountains in search of her outlaw brother.
Weathering a storm that has cut them off from the outside world, the guests at a Catskills skiing lodge panic as an unknown assailant starts killing them off one by one. By the New York Times best-selling author of The Couple Next Door
Rushing to the deathbed of his grandmother, Nicholas Young encounters a massive clan eager to claim a share of the family fortune, destroy each other's reputations and outmaneuver professional rivals. By a best-selling author. Reprint. K. PW.
Rogue FBI agent and high-profile fugitive Jane Hawk confronts her worst nightmares when her enemies strike unsettlingly close to home, threatening the life of her beloved 5-year-old son. By the best-selling author of The Silent Corner
Traces the story of an Urian, who questions his predatory role and travels to the depths of Hades to save the woman he loves at the risk of multiple worlds. By the #1 New York Times best-selling author of Styxx
Police Lieutenant Lene Jensen and private detective Michael Sander investigate a terrorist attack on Denmark's Tivoli Gardens amusement park that killed 1,200 people after no group claims responsibility, in the second novel of the Danish series following Trophy
An iron-willed young woman comes of age while traveling through London, Dublin and New York to secure her dysfunctional family's future after the departure of her career-oriented father. A first novel by the award-winning author of Gathering Evidence
Ragnvald navigates increasingly treacherous political and military uprisings on behalf of King Harald, while his adventure-craving sister, Svanhild, longs for a more stable home for her son. By the author of The Half-drowned King. 25,000 first printing
On the Caribbean islands of Grenada and Martinique in 1763, two enslaved brothers—Emile and Lucien—are sent on an impossible mission by their masters, a band of vagrant French monks, in a dramatic novel inspired by a true story, which is a testament to the tenacity of the human spirit under the crush of unspeakable cruelty.
A Revolutionary War-era doctor seizes a chance to become a vampire, only to find the ancient traditions governing his new life clashing with the deeply held beliefs of his former one. By the #1 New York Times best-selling author of the All Souls Trilogy
A collection of stories spanning centuries of time in mercurial Florida examines the decisions and connections behind life-changing events in characters ranging from two abandoned sisters to a conflicted family woman. By the award-winning author of Delicate Edible Birds
When a vicious murderer she once helped prosecute resurfaces and launches a killing spree to avenge himself against those who put him behind bars, a successful defense attorney is forced to investigate a disturbing case from her past
When one of his trading vessels returns to 18th-century London with the remarkable body of a mermaid, Jonah gains entry into high society and falls in love with a highly accomplished courtesan, with unexpected consequences. 100,000 first printing.
Unable to forget the daughter she was forced to give up 17 years earlier, Maggie Hughes, now married to a businessman eager to start a family, is reunited with a man from her past who helps her realize that she must take what she wants from life and go in search of her long-lost daughter. Original. 150,000 first printing.
A best-selling novel from France depicts the haphazard efforts of a 38-year-old woman to achieve happiness as well as success before breaking free from stagnant routines to find true fulfillment. Original. A first novel.
A British boy begins to suspect in the aftermath of his mother's urgent visit to America that she has actually been murdered by the housekeeper who cares for him on his family's isolated country estate. A first adult novel. 80,000 first printing.
In 1952, as a heat wave sweeps across America, the seemingly perfect Grossmans move from Washington, D.C., to Long Island, where they wonder if they were meant for something more and whether their marriage—and family—is worth fighting for.
Twenty-five years after a passionate affair with a model, a successful writer is on the brink of suicide, until he receives an anonymous message that draws him back to the life, and possibly the love, he abandoned years prior. By the #1 New York Times best-selling author of A Million Little Pieces
Her new private Australian girls’ school's social hierarchy causes 15-year-old Ziggy Klein to join her grade’s most radical feminists, and she soon sets off on a journey of self-discovery—from the Sydney drag scene to the underbelly of the Internet. 40,000 first printing.
When a life-threatening illness reveals that she is not related to her parents, a competitive skier uncovers the sinister impact of lies and desperation on two families. Hardcover Library Edition. By a New York Times best-selling author. 10,000 first printing
A collection of stories features characters that are either swimming or drowning in a disintegrating environment, including some Hollywood actors and an entitled young man who falls in love with a human rights worker on a mysterious quest. 50,000 first printing.
Unexpectedly chosen to be a family manservant, an 11-year-old Barbados sugar-plantation slave is initiated into a world of technology and dignity before a devastating betrayal propels him throughout the world in search of his true self.
The discovery of two bodies in a quiet Florida community exposes old secrets and deadly grudges, prompting a group of improbable friends to try to uncover the truth. By the New York Times best-selling author of Moonlight. 150,000 first printing
When the governess he has hired to turn a pair of wild orphans into proper young ladies tries to reform him, self-respecting libertine Chase Reynaud decides to teach her a lesson in pleasure. By a USA Today best-selling author. Original. 150,000 first printing
The protagonist of Nervous Conditions struggles to make a life for herself in Harare, Zimbabwe, eventually taking an ecotourism job that forces her to return to her parents' impoverished homestead, leading to an unforgivable betrayal. Original
When the descendants of a legendary band of imperial secret-keepers threaten humanity, Juan Cabrillo and his team aboard the Oregon race to protect the world from a plot to eliminate all technology. Co-written by a #1 New York Times best-selling author
Enrolling in a prestigious New Hampshire boarding school, rival twins Rose and Bel navigate the dark activities of their privileged, uninhibited classmates, while the wife of a ruthlessly ambitious teacher wonders about her husband's true nature.
Based on a true story, describes the Sacco brothers and their effort to fight an extortion letter given to their father by the local Mafia that has a stranglehold on their Italian province of Agrigento in 1920s. Original.
Working undercover for the U.S. government in World War I Paris, reporter Kit Cobb tests the limits of his skills and principles to investigate a string of dynamite bombings possibly linked to a German operative. By a Pulitzer Prize-winning author.
A young Latina detective in the NYPD tracks a serial killer who has been operating for 40 years and who may have been enabled by the chief of police himself. By the New York Times best-selling author of Proving Ground
"The New York Times bestselling author of No Time for Goodbye returns with a haunting psychological thriller that blends the twists and turns of Gillian Flynn with the driving suspense of Harlan Coben, in which a man is troubled by odd sounds for which there is no rational explanation"
Best-selling author Stephen King presents an anthology about all the things that can go horribly wrong during air travel, with story contributions from Richard Matheson, Ray Bradbury, Roald Dahl, Dan Simmons and King himself.