Harlequin for Libraries

Harlequin for Libraries

Category: Fiction

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Raise a glass of Charleston Light Dragoon Punch to author Deb Spera, whose debut Call Your Daughter Home [June 11, Park Row Books] was voted by librarians across the country as one of their ten favorite books pubbing in June! And if you haven’t read the book yet, good news–it’s still available for request on Netgalley for your previewing pleasure! And not to brag, but look at all the… Praise (read more…)

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It’s no secret that we adore Robyn Carr around here. Who else can use humor and enormous heart to tackle a story about why unhappily married people stay together, and the courage it might take to walk away? So we’re thrilled with her starred review from Library Journal, which says of The View From Alameda Island [MIRA Books]: “Brimming with insight, tender sensuality, sympathetic characters, and family anxiety, this story (read more…)

Best Day Ever author Kaira Rouda does way more than write gripping thrillers (her latest, The Favorite Daughter, is out May 21st with Graydon House Books). She is also a mom, cheese lover, beachgoer, hiker, and picnicking extraordinaire! Here she is in her own words, chatting with us about her May favorites! No Better Place to Brie Than the Beach: There is no better way to end a summer day (read more…)

A Philosophy of Ruin cover

Nicholas Mancusi’s taut, white-knuckle literary debut, A Philosophy of Ruin [June 18, Hanover Square], opens with Oscar Boatwright, a disenchanted young philosophy professor, receiving tragic news from his father: Oscar’s mother has died during the couple’s flight to Hawaii. The news subsequently sends Oscar’s life spiraling out of control when he finds himself wrapped up in the intrigues of one of his students–and subsequently a drug run. In a freshly (read more…)

Ventriloquists cover

If Steven Soderbergh wrote All the Light We Cannot See, you might just have something like The Ventriloquists [Aug. 27, Park Row]. This inspired-by-true-events debut WWII heist novel by E.R. Ramzipoor has already earned a starred review (by Booklist‘s incomparable Bill Ott, no less), calling it “a compelling historical thriller” that is “never less than engrossing.”  And here’s some more early buzz: “Reminds us that so much of what we (read more…)

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