The award-winning author of What We Talk About When We Talk About Anne Frank presents a streamlined comic novel about an atheist son's creative refusal to say the requisite Jewish prayer for the dead for his late orthodox father
An internationally renowned, curmudgeon economist and divorced father of three survives an accident before whimsically trading in his high-stress Nobel Prize ambitions to pursue elusive happiness. By the award-winning author of In Beautiful Disguises
Three generations of a cursed family traverse from India and Italy to England and ultimately a fantastical Zambia of the near future, where an interstitial Greek chorus of mosquitoes traces their vibrant human experiences as children, parents and grandparents.
A sequel to the New York Times best-selling novel The Take finds international spy Simon Riske connecting a series of crimes in Monte Carlo's most lavish casinos to a brutal plot by an organization of criminal gamblers. 75,000 first printing
A follow-up to The Heart follows the coming-of-age of a self-taught chef who endures setbacks in his career, relationships and mental stability before rediscovering his passions, a journey witnessed by a nameless narrator who might be in love with him
In the face of devastating existential crisis stemming from a collapsing marriage and a health scare, a Midwestern professor decides to tour the world's most beautiful architectural sites and becomes sidetracked with a jilted bride in Rome.
A seemingly typical suburban husband discloses the secret ways that his wife of 15 years and he keep their marriage alive and chase away domestic boredom by orchestrating creative ways to get away with murder. A first novel.
Struggling with amnesia after surviving a shooting, Doug Brock reinvestigates a cold case involving the DNA of a man he eliminated as a suspect, but can no longer remember. By the national best-selling author of Blackout
Immersing herself in her job as assistant to a congressman after the death of her only family member, Carol Ann "CJ" Jansen uncovers possible evidence of her boss' corrupt activities before his sudden disappearance. By a #1 New York Times best-selling author
A key witness' revelation about a sexual assault at the hands of a prominent official is complicated by rumors about a colleague's abusive conduct and another associate's violent, mysterious collapse. By the New York Times best-selling author of Deadfall
Stone Barrington's peaceful country retreat with his latest paramour is interrupted by an unknown, ruthlessly vengeful adversary who orchestrates multiple plots targeting Manhattan, Barrington and his associates. By the Edgar Award-winning author of Chiefs
When an eccentric treasure hunter finances a private space agency and augments its first satellite with a nuclear device, special agents Drummond and Caine race to prevent a corrupt scientist's apocalyptic plot. 200,000 first printing.
This historical fiction novel tells the story of young Michelangelo being lured by the Sultan of Constantinople to design a bridge, with the promise of riches, glory and immortality, but soon finds himself ensnared in palace intrigue.
The suspicious death of a Moroccan immigrant impacts the lives of a diverse cast of characters including his jazz-composer daughter, an undocumented witness and an Iraqi War veteran. By the award-winning author of The Moor's Account
Growing up dependent on each other for everything, two orphaned sisters and their aunt reevaluate their choices at a crossroads in life. By the New York Times best-selling author of The Cottages on Silver Beach. 100,000 first printing
Enduring a hand-to-mouth existence after emigrating from Ukraine to Florida, trouble-prone Oksana romanticizes memories of her early life in Russia before a visit to her grandmother helps her discover how to love life without doing harm.
Kidnapped by a mysterious adversary from her grandfather's past, violin prodigy Cara Delaney struggles to escape and protect her loved ones from becoming casualties of dark forces from her tragic childhood. By a #1 New York Times best-selling author
Diandra Casey and Gregory York are childhood rivals and longtime adversaries, both vying for the same powerful position at one of the country's most elite department stores. By a New York Times best-selling author
In Titanshade, a metropolis on the edge of disaster, homicide cop Carter is led into a conflict with the city’s elite while investigating the brutal murder of a Squib diplomat and must solve the case quickly to protect those closest to him.
Moving from chilly Tasmania to subtropical Murwillumbah in New South Wales, the Brennan family is placed under suspicion in the wake of a devastating tragedy that shatters their senses of normalcy. By the award-winning author of Chasing the Light
Living on an island subject to the whims of malicious ocean spirits, a fearless oyster diver, Mayara, is imprisoned by the queen because of her power to control the spirits. By the author of The Queen of Blood. 35,000 first printing
Fast-talking bike messenger Zesty Meyers is haunted by his father’s illegal dealings when a rock-and-roll legend suspected of murdering his girlfriend reappears after 30 years on the run, forcing him to once again navigate Boston’s underworld to find the truth.
An intelligence officer must use lethal tactics in open defiance of Army Command when a mysterious adversary kidnaps her family and gives her 48 hours to commit an unspeakable crime. Co-written by a #1 best-selling author. 500,000 first printing.
A dangerous accident prompts a family's relocation to a gothic seaside house, the site of an infamous murder 15 years earlier, where a wife and mother struggling with depression investigates rumors about the killer's parole. 25,000 first printing.
Constantly compared to her white middle-class peers, a young Jamaican-British woman in London makes a series of questionable decisions in the aftermath of a messy breakup before challenging herself to figure out who she wants to be. 100,000 first printing.
Struggling with his professional detachment after the death of his wife and son, once-promising detective P. T. Marsh is implicated in the death of an abusive man who is subsequently linked to a hate killing. A first novel.
An author rediscovers a decades-old notebook from her first year in New York that reflects how her literary perceptions were shaped by her obsession with a mysterious neighbor. By the best-selling author of The Blazing World. 50,000 first printing. Illustrations
From the DSC award-winning author of Home Boy comes a rollicking ride through the heart of Pakistan alongside a man named Abdullah, a gloriously unaccomplished individual who, on his 70th birthday, is rejuvenated by an unexpected invitation that changes everything. Original
Reluctantly running for City Council when a flashy developer announces plans to build a hotel beside a graveyard, Mma Ramotswe, aided by the loyal Mma Potokwane, taps her humor and generosity of spirit to outmaneuver a corrupt rival.
A fanciful reinterpretation of 19th-century Chicago traces its rise from a frontier settlement to an industrial colossus through the stories of a bombastic speculator, a pioneering woman reporter and the city's unheralded founder. A first novel.
Unlikely partners Hap and Leonard save a woman from a mob hit, only to find themselves confronted by an adversary who challenges their friendship. By the Edgar Award-winning author of Jackrabbit Smile. 35,000 first printing
When the father of a kidnapped girl launches a plan to kill those he holds responsible, Ted Conkaffey races to identify the real abductor; while private detective Amanda Pharrel and Pip Sweeney conduct the latter's first homicide investigation.
Operating a private-investigator business from an office above her bookstore, bibliophile and part-time vigilante Nikki Griffin becomes the target of dangerous adversaries when she breaks cover to save a woman's life. A first novel.
Offered her freedom in exchange for a dangerous undercover assignment, master manipulator Bianca St. Ives poses as an elite hacker to feed strategic misinformation to North Korea's tyrannical regime. By the best-selling author of The Moscow Deception. 100,000 first printing
Viewed with suspicion in the aftermath of a tragedy, a beautiful hermit who has survived for years in a marsh becomes targeted by unthinkable forces. A first novel by the New York Times best-selling author of Cry of the Kalahari
Discovering their drug-addicted daughter playing guitar in Central Park, a desperate narrator follows the young woman into a dark and dangerous world of unspeakable evil. By the award-winning author of the Myron Bolitar series. 750,000 first printing.
Soulkeeper Devin Eveson must accept his new role as the slayer of monsters and protector of the human race after a mysterious black water washes over the world, flooding the land with ancient magic and reawakening creatures that hate humankind. Original. 75,000 first printing.
Sent to oversee the completion of a highway that symbolizes an important armistice between two halves of a war-torn state, two foreign contractors are forced to confront the absurdities and dire consequences of their roles in forging peace.
In a world where the United States has permanently surrendered to gun violence, John McDean runs a reality game show where shooters are introduced itno the game environment, but soon learns that someone is tracking him
When Mel receives an unexpected email from her oldest friend, Abi, who is looking for a place to stay for a few days, it brings back memories she thought she had buried forever. By a Sunday Times best-selling author
A young, orphaned Montana ranch hand takes in the mute, emotionally damaged 7-year-old son of an incarcerated cousin and learns to love him as old grievances involving land and family come back to haunt them. 25,000 first printing.
To help his friend who was arrested for murder, Van Shaw travels to Oregon and uncovers a plot involving drug smuggling, mercenaries and family secrets in the latest novel in the series following Every Day Above Ground. 100,000 first printing
Four neighbors in a quiet Oregon mountain community find their lives upended when they begin to experience disturbing visions of an alternate reality, before a natural disaster reveals an astonishing town secret. A first novel.
Accepting a lucrative six-month job from the FBI, a struggling stage actor impersonates a felon to get close to the fearsome head of one of Mexico's deadliest cartels. By the award-winning author of Say Nothing
Isolated in a remote beach-town cabin by a man who is either a captor or benefactor, a 17-year-old girl struggles with her fragmented memory to uncover why she is accused of committing an unspeakable act. A first novel.
A bookshop owner in pre-World War II Germany launches a secret effort to save his wife, a Jewish concert violinist who awakens in 1946 Berlin with no memory of the past decade or her husband's fate. 20,000 first printing.
When the First Lady disappears after her husband’s affair goes public, top secret agent Sally Grissom is charged with finding her and is faced with a twisted case after the White House receives a ransom note along with the First Lady’s finger. Hardcover library edition.
Driven to desperation by divorce, boredom, infidelity and loss, four women turn to online dating for companionship, only to find themselves in the crosshairs of a tech-savvy killer. By the New York Times best-selling author of The Bad Daughter
A wealthy poacher he has been ordered to ignore and the murderous acts of a local cartel complicate both the professional and personal lives of a newly reinstated Joe Pickett. By the Edgar Award-winning author of The Disappeared
Recruited into an elite classified unit answerable only to the Israeli prime minister, a former Mossad agent becomes targeted by the militant Red Army Faction and a radical Islam splinter group. By the best-selling author of Traitor. 60,000 first printing
When a raging hurricane threatens their coastal apartment complex, a woman hiding under the radar from a complicated past makes a noble choice to rescue two at-risk neighbor kids, with unexpected consequences. By the author of The Good Goodbye
A concubine in the royal court of Granada at the height of the Spanish Inquisition and her mapmaker friend risk their lives to escape when the latter is accused of sorcery. By the award-winning author of Alif the Unseen
Vowing revenge against her sheriff husband's killers in 1924 Ohio, Lily offers help to a fellow widow and uncovers dangerous evidence revealing her husband's corrupt secret life and the complexities that triggered his death. A first novel.
A middle-aged man battling mental illness engages in increasingly combative therapy while desperately striving to anchor himself to the places and people that once shaped his sense of identity. By the award-winning author of Legend of a Suicide
A simple assignment for MI6 during a literary festival lands a successful novelist on the trail of a revolutionary leader who is being targeted by the world's competing intelligence services. By the best-selling author of The Trinity Six
The abandonment of a child at an international airport is tied to the Vietnam War experiences of a restless recruit into a clandestine branch of the U.S. government. By the National Book Award finalist author of The End
Describes the story of two Basque families, who were friends for generations, but who became bitter enemies after the father of one is killed by ETA militants during the violent insurgency that plagued the region from the 1980s to 2011.
A Boston artist with bipolar disorder, while she is in a new neighbor's home, spots an item that once belonged to the victim of an unsolved murder. By the award-winning author of The Kind Worth Killing. 75,000 first printing
A Wisconsin family grapples with the power and limitations of faith when an adult daughter falls under the influence of a radical church that threatens a grandchild's safety. By the best-selling author of Shotgun Lovesongs. 50,000 first printing
A retired reporter, a disgraced policewoman and a young hacktivist team up to uncover the truth when a gunman threatens to kill hostages in an unknown Chicago location unless the police admit to faking the death of the legendary Kingfisher.
The award-winning author of Boy, Snow, Bird draws on the classic fairy-tale element of gingerbread in the story of a British family whose surprising legacy and secret past are tied to a favorite recipe
Years after their daughter went missing, the Lane family, fearing that she is gone forever, are plunged into a world of buried secrets and lies when a stunning twist in the case sends shockwaves through their tight-knit community. Original. 150,000 first printing.
Raised on an isolated island where they are ritualistically taught to fear men, three sisters engage in a psychologically and sexually charged game of cat-and-mouse with three strangers who wash ashore during a blistering summer week. A first novel.
After a yoga participant ironically dies in the corpse pose, his classmates embark on a physical and spiritual pilgrimage through a forever-changing landscape, in a dreamlike narrative from the author of Duplex
An 84-year-old loner, sitting at a grand hotel bar in Ireland, toasts the five people who have meant the most to him while recalling unspoken losses and joys, a tragic secret and a fierce love. A first novel.
When a real-estate magnate leaves the remnants of his fortune to an adopted son on the run after a misguided attempt at political activism, his sisters' efforts to find him are complicated by personal struggles and a love affair.
Starting a therapeutic journal in the aftermath of a scarring accident, a former travel writer is forced to reckon with her husband's PTSD, her son's safety and her family's complicated history with a best friend. 250,000 first printing.
A brilliant young psychologist in 1935 Czechoslovakia begins his job at an asylum housing the country's six most depraved murderers, while a detective tries to identify the mindset of a brutal serial killer in Prague.
A U.S. release of an award-winning first novel finds a disabled ex-soldier and a lawyer with tuberculosis combing the underworld of 18th-century Stockholm to unmask a ruthless murderer before a young workhouse laborer becomes a next victim. 100,000 first printing.
The best friends and flourishing entrepreneurs behind a popular fashion and design website describe how the power and qualities of female friendship can fuel successful businesses and feature interviews with other productive, progressive, empowering and prosperous female business partners.
Two rape cases at the same bar are complicated by a prominent athlete's threats, baffling DNA evidence, suspicious attacks on case lawyers and a D.A.'s resolve to prosecute a killing in self-defense. By the best-selling author of Violent Crimes
Two rising 70s rock-and-roll artists are catapulted into stardom when a producer puts them together, a decision that is complicated by a pregnancy and the seductions of fame. By the author of The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo
When a world-altering spell gives women the ability to control their own fertility, a disinherited princess and a powerless queen trigger changes in their patriarchal kingdoms before a caravan of exiles stumbles on a new source of women's magic.
When the island nation of an Earth-like world builds a concrete barrier around its entire coastline, a Defender charged with protecting his section of the Wall from the desperate Others trapped outside begins questioning the political divides of his insular existence.
The ostracized daughter of a Japanese collaborator and the daughter of their Korean village's head female diver share nearly a century of friendship that is tested by their island's torn position between two warring empires. 200,000 first printing.
His father's terminal illness, his family's struggling newspaper and a politically charged murder trial force a Washington journalist to return to his small Mississippi hometown. By the #1 New York Times best-selling author of Mississippi Blood. 400,000 first printing
Two college students on a wilderness canoe trip find their survival skills and longtime best friendship tested by a wildfire, white-water hazards and two mysterious strangers. By the best-selling author of The Dog Stars
Former Justice Department operative Cotton Malone races to Italy to secure a history-changing document with ties to a 900-year-old organization that would manipulate the selection of the next pope. By the best-selling author of The Lost Order
A psychiatrist gives up her uncomplicated life when she becomes the guardian of her niece, a child star-turned-emotionally traumatized patient in the aftermath of a devastating tragedy. By the best-selling author of The Mistress
An English grad student struggling with her dissertation about the intellectual history of inspiration desperately searches for a perfect case study to anchor her thesis, only to find it in the unlikeliest of places. A first novel. 20,000 first printing.
A life-changing encounter among Tennessee Williams, his lover Frank Merlo and a taciturn Swedish beauty at a 1953 Truman Capote party culminates in deathbed revelations about Williams's final play a decade later. By the author of A Kiss from Maddalena
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