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Someone's Listening cover

Escape into a thriller with a fresh premise, by an author with an enviably authory name: Someone’s Listening [Graydon House, July 28] by Seraphina Nova Glass. The novel’s hero, Dr. Faith Finley, is what they call “the whole package”: she’s a young, beautiful renowned psychologist, host of the wildly popular “Someone’s Listening with Dr. Faith Finley,” and a soon-to-be bestselling author. And of course she’s married to the perfect man, (read more…)

MS-13 cover

It is mindboggling that a relatively harmless social network in L.A. called the Mara Salvatrucha Stoners–bound by rock ‘n’ roll and born simply out of a survival instinct by El Salvadorean immigrants who fled violence in their native country–would become the street gang known as MS-13. But this definitive account is not a mere historical rundown of the gang’s roots–it is also the story of a former MS-13 member and (read more…)

Beloved YA author Adi Alsaid is back with WE DIDN’T ASK FOR THIS [Inkyard Press, April 7], a timely novel for the earth-lovers in all of us. Meet the students of the elite Central International School (Go sea cucumbers!): every year, they wait with great anticipation for the school’s legendary annual lock-in. But little do they know, any plans of glory are about to be disrupted by a small group (read more…)

We have a trio of titles to satisfy a variety of reading tastes. Their common thread? ALL THREE have been selected as LibraryReads Picks for the month of December 2019–and they’re still available to request on Netgalley! For readers of gothic thrillers:  Request on Netgalley here. For readers of sweet, savvy romances: Request on Netgalley here. For fans of “WTH JUST HAPPENED” books: Request on Netgalley here. Thanks for voting, (read more…)

Cat Tale

We are delighted that environmental journalist Craig Pittman’s Cat Tale [Hanover Square Press, 1/21/20]–an in-house favorite, and an absolute heartwarmer–has earned its first star! Don’t miss the wild, weird, and wonderful true story of the resurrection of the Florida panther, set against the beloved, wacky Sunshine State. Not a nonfiction fan? No worries, we still recommend it, and so does Booklist: “ [A] delightful blend of scientific writing and good (read more…)