A proud woman, reeling from the loss of the first man she was able to love decades after the abandonment of her husband, is urged to return to her Virginia home to help run an Irish pub, where she clashes with an equally strong-minded chef who shares many of her heartaches. 300,000 first printing.
A debut novel by the Emmy Award-winning creator and writer of Mad Men presents the story of a collision course between a dangerous young man and a privileged couple who compete for their daughter's attention. 150,000 first printing.
A struggling mother tries to start a new life with her daughter by following a charismatic outsider who has founded a small religious cult, until faith and doubt collide in an act of horrible violence and its shattering aftermath changes everything. Original.
A complete volume of the 20th century literary master's short fiction is organized thematically under such headers as "War," "Women" and "Fortune" and includes five previously unpublished stories as well as several that were published only online.
Blaming herself when her 15-year-old son goes missing in the middle of the night, a grieving mother uncovers devastating family secrets months later that reveal that her son is alive and that her friends and family had nothing to do with his disappearance. By the best-selling author of The Lie. Original. 75,000 first printing.
A teenage boy in 1940s Italy becomes part of an underground railroad that helps Jews escape through the Alps but is forced by his parents to enlist as a German soldier for his own protection, where he becomes a spy for the Allies. Original.
An abrupt job relocation that takes them from their well-ordered Manhattan life to San Francisco triggers a collision between the past and present for a successful married couple who during a small earthquake experience visions of their new home's original inhabitants from a century earlier. By the best-selling author of Blue.
Hired by an eccentric film collector to locate Augustin Sekuler's Séance Infernale, the first film ever made, memorabilia dealer Alex Whitman tracks down fragments of the famously lost film while exploring questions about the fate of its maker and how Sekuler's unsung innovations changed history. A first novel.
With a bounty on her head, Holly Chang—after being brutalized by an insane archangel and left with a vampire's bloodlust, the ability to mesmerize her prey and a poison bite—falls under the protection of Venom, who must stop the violent power inside of her from awakening. By the New York Times best-selling author of Archangel's Heart. Original.
A young single mother living with her concerned eccentric aunt in New York makes fateful decisions that have unexpected implications, including her relationship with a Ryker's Island inmate who draws her into a cigarette smuggling scheme. By the award-winning author of Ideas of Heaven.
Describes what happens to Tevye, Golde and their five daughters after the events that took place in the stories originally written by Sholem Aleichem and best known for being turned into the celebrated musical Fiddler on the Roof.
The star of Marvel's Jessica Jones presents a novel of psychological suspense in which a successful environmental lawyer is forced to confront her small-town past while investigating a high-profile corruption case back home.
A whaler's daughter, Flora Mackie first crossed the Arctic Circle at the age of 12 and fell in love with the unforgiving terrain, and, in 1889, despite those who believe that a woman has no place in this harsh world, she heads back to Greenland at the head of a British expedition. By the best-selling author of The Tenderness of Wolves. 35,000 first printing.
Charged with gunning down followers of his nemesis Gary Soneji in cold blood, Alex Cross is wrongly portrayed as a trigger-happy corrupt cop while he struggles to prove to a skeptical jury and dwindling supporters that his actions were in self defense. By the award-winning author of Alex Cross, Run.
Summoned by the head of the world's top investigation agency to join a new office in Delhi, former Private India head Santosh Wagh struggles to set aside his personal demons before tackling a case involving murderously corrupt authorities and human remains found at a government site. Co-written by a #1 best-selling author.
Moving to a senior citizen trailer park with her father and his lifelike sex doll, Hazel, the estranged wife of a monolithic corporate CEO who demanded she install a brain chip so that they could be constantly connected, tries to carve out a new life while her ex uses sophisticated technology to stalk her.
A first entry in a new story arc chronicles the history and disciplined magic system of the island of Recluce as experienced by a mage whose unusual blend of both black and white magical talents forces him to develop his skills while hiding from a power-hungry adversary.
In the aftermath of a secret non-aggression pact that America will cover up evidence of Saudi involvement in the September 11 attacks in exchange for oil, evidence of hostile Saudi activity forces Mitch Rapp to resign from the CIA and assume the guise of a traitor as part of a covert mission to keep the peace.
Facing another holiday season alone eight years after losing her husband and children in a plane crash, an airline heiress bonds with a young singing prodigy from a home where music is forbidden by the girl's grieving widower father. By the best-selling author of the Godmothers series.
A final novel by the late award-winning author of the Kurt Wallander mysteries traces the experiences of an aging man whose quiet, solitary life on an isolated island off the coast of Sweden is turned upside-down when his house catches fire. Original.
The best-selling author of Wicked presents an imaginative tale rooted in early 19th-century German Romanticism that explores parallels between the origin legend of the famous Nutcracker with the life of Drosselmeier, the toymaker who carves him. 175,000 first printing.
When a powerful new drug emerges that lets anyone—even foreigners—utilize the magical properties of jade, the simmering tension between the Kauls and the rival Ayt family erupts into open violence on the island of Kekon.
A collection of 22 unfinished and never-before-released works from the beloved author known as the father of the American Western includes short stories, film treatments, manuscripts and personal notes, along with rare photos and copies of handwritten notes.
Her husband dead and he son in hiding, rogue FBI agent Jane Hawk finds a connection between a schoolteacher's murderous, and ultimately suicidal, rampage; teacher's secret journal; and a cabal of power players bent on controlling America. By the New York Times best-selling author of The Silent Corner.
Father Tim Kavanagh struggles to find meaning in an unexpected new job, while newlyweds Dooley and Lace are stricken by a crisis that overshadows their happiness, and 4-year-old Jack Tyler looks forward to the biggest day of his young life. By the best-selling author of Come Rain or Come Shine.
A follow-up to the award-winning IQ finds Isaiah and his volatile sidekick, Dodson, confronting Chinese gangsters and a formidable loan shark in Vegas, where they follow leads to uncover the truth about Isaiah's brother's death 10 years earlier. 35,000 first printing.
Looking forward to a Christmas family reunion for the first time in years, the Birch family is upended by the news that their physician-activist daughter has been exposed to a foreign virus that forces the entire family into quarantine for a week also shaped by respective anxieties, past glory and a shocking secret. A first novel by the author of Worry With Mother.
A tale inspired by the life of Louisa May Alcott's youngest sister finds young May longing to study art outside of the confines of her Concord home before turning down a marriage proposal and pursuing an identity in contrast to the spoiled and worldly character of Amy in her sister's famed novel. Original. 75,000 first printing.
Preparing for a particularly joyful holiday season after Bart's safe return from Afghanistan, the Quinn family members count their blessings, from Kevin's marriage to Patrick's rehabilitation, only to encounter unexpected challenges. 200,000 first printing.
When his daughter's friend begs for help tracking down his father, Bangkok writer Poke Rafferty discovers that the missing man has been abducted by a pair of killers who kidnap people and drain their accounts before murdering them, a finding that triggers a desperate race against time.
The return of an old friend plunges empathic Flinx and his minidrag Pip into a maelstrom of intrigue and imagination on the planet Largess, where new trade agreements with the human-dominated Commonwealth are placed at risk by the disappearance of a powerful chieftain's daughter. By the best-selling author of Flinx Transcendent.
A half-century love affair between a man in service to Elizabeth I and a woman on the opposing side of England's religious divide is challenged by violent ideological power shifts, torn loyalties and the queen's circle of spies, in a latest entry in the best-selling series that includes The Pillars of the Earth.
A young woman of privilege coming of age in 1916 St. Petersburg finds her life and ambitions violently upended by historical events that find her joining the cause for workers' rights, falling in love with a radical poet and navigating devastating betrayals. By the best-selling author of White Oleander. 100,000 first printing.
When her leading scientist employer gives her an assignment to investigate mysterious rumblings in the desert wasteland outside of the town of Night Vale, Nilanjana Sikdar discovers the existence of a congregation of religious fanatics, including the powerfully attractive Darryl, who are plotting a ritual that threatens the local community. 150,000 first printing.
A latest holiday-themed novel by the best-selling author of The Christmas Box follows the experiences of a man who, in the wake of estrangements and losses, is given a chance to rewrite and rediscover his true past.
A tale set in a world of reversing evolution and a growing police state follows the efforts of a pregnant woman who investigates her biological family while awaiting the birth of a child who may emerge as a member of a primitive human species. 300,000 first printing.
When a young boy dies from a hit-and-run accident, Seattle homicide detective Tracy Crosswhite realizes it is not just a case of the military protecting own of its own who was the lead suspect, but also part of a larger conspiracy related to a spate of heroin overdoses. By the New York Times best-selling author of The Trapped Girl. Original.
"From the author of the highly acclaimed Trieste, a fierce novel about history, memory, and illness. Andreas Ban, a psychologist who does not psychologize anymore and a writer who no longer writes, lives alone in a coastal town in Croatia. He sifts through the remnants of his life--his research, books, photographs--remembering old lovers and friends, the events of WWII, and the breakup of Yugoslavia. Ban's memories of Belgrade, Amsterdam, and Toronto alternate with meditations on the mental faculties of rats, a depressed arctic fox, and the agelessness of lobsters. He tries to push the past away, to "land on a little island of time in which tomorrow does not exist, in which yesterday is buried." Drndic leafs through the horrors of history with a cold unflinching wit. "The past is riddled with holes," she writes. "Souvenirs can't help here."
A prince makes difficult sacrifices and discovers that he has been rendered a pawn as he searches for a powerful repository of sorcerer knowledge in order to reverse the fate of his land, in a debut entry in a trilogy by the best-selling author of Lord Foul's Bane.
When his shaky finances compel him to accept a lucrative job for a 10-day fishing tournament to Cuba, Army combat veteran-turned-charter boat captain Mac learns that one of his clients is seeking to claim millions hidden by her grandfather, who was forced to flee Castro's revolution years earlier. By the best-selling author of Plum Island.
Forced by her mother's illness to return to the Pemberley of her childhood during the Christmas holidays, power-driven professional Darcy Fitzwilliam unexpectedly falls for humble carpenter Luke Bennet, a member of a family of slacker brothers. By the best-selling author of Witches of East End.
Hired to track down a valuable art collection, Juan Cabrillo and the crew of the Oregon sail into a perfect storm involving a Filipino insurgency, a Japanese-developed super-warrior drug and a South African mercenary. Co-written by the best-selling author of Odessa Sea.
When a new President-elect's chief of staff discovers evidence of vote tampering, the validity of the election is brought into question at the same time the agendas of dangerous adversaries are revealed. By the best-selling author of Flight of the Intruder.
An investigation into the murder of a young pharmacist leads Harry Bosch and San Fernando's detective squad into the big-business world of pill mills and prescription drug abuse at the same time an old case from Bosch's days with the LAPD returns to haunt him. 750,000 first printing.
Struggling with the departure of co-host Alex Buckley, television crimesolver Laurie Moran is teamed with a despised Ryan Nichols, who draws her into the cold case of a wealthy widow pushed to her death from the roof of a famous museum.
Spotting a hard-won women's West Point class ring in a pawn shop, Jack Reacher fights a biker gang and a South Dakota gangster to discover the truth about the ring and why its owner sold it. By the best-selling author of Night School.
After being fired for bad ratings, a former television talk show host returns to her childhood summer home to rebuild in this new novel from the New York Times best-selling author of Virgin River. Original. 100,000 first printing.
A newly belligerent Chinese government leaves U.S. President Jack Ryan with only a few desperate options to control a series of attacks designed to sabotage peace negotiations. By the best-selling author of the Jericho Quinn series.
Recovering from a mistaken medical diagnosis and a failed suicide attempt, Jack Taylor takes a job at a night-shift security job that involves an off-the-record search for a first true book of heresy, currently in possession of a rogue priest and involving the multifaceted woman who has intrigued Jack for years.
Harvard symbologist Robert Langdon navigates a dangerous intersection of humanity's two most enduring questions, interweaving codes, science, religion and other disciplines before making a paradigm-shifting discovery. By the best-selling author of The Da Vinci Code.
A latest entry in the Cavendon Hall saga is set in the summer of 1949, when a new generation of the estate is torn by scandal, intrigue and romantic betrayals that force the Inghams and Swanns to protect each other from unimaginable threats. By the best-selling author of Secrets from the Past.
Rhett becomes the leader of a new Rangers outpost and must stop an evil alchemist who is running a horrible venture powered by the blood of magical folk, in the latest addition to the series following Conspiracy of Ravens. 50,000 first printing.
Making daily visits to the grave of his beloved late wife, Arthur forges unexpected relationships with a nosy neighbor and a troubled teen who dubs him "Truluv" before the trio discovers healing and family together. By the best-selling author of Open House.
The prize-winning author of The Sea presents a continuation of the story of Isabel Archer, the heroine of Henry James' The Portrait of a Lady, that finds her receiving an unexpected inheritance and married to a cruel man before finding the courage to return to her home in Italy at the side of an unexpected companion.
Returning home from an overseas mission to discover that his boss has gone missing in remote Colorado, Will Robie and his sometime partner, Jessica Reel, team up in an increasingly violent small town, where their lives are soon in jeopardy. By a #1 New York Times best-selling author. 500,000 first printing.
Refusing to evacuate when Hurricane Katrina approaches the Louisiana Coast, Cora, the fragile eldest daughter of the Boisdorés family, inadvertently triggers a chain of events that strains her parents' marriage and subjects her to a mysterious act of violence. A first novel.
Moving to scenic Bitterroot Valley in Montana, a grieving widow watches her adult son move on with the daughter of an irascible neighbor, a once-respected pillar of the community who has succumbed to bitterness in the wake of his own heartbreak. By the award-winning author of Mulberry Moon.