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Welcome to the Harlequin Library Hardcover program. Select trade and mass-market paperback authors that your patrons love are now available in hardcover form—just for libraries.

For a regularly updated list of our library hardcover editions (and other seasonal catalogs), visit http://bit.ly/HQcatalogs.

The View from Alameda Island cover

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…)

The Lost Girls of Paris cover

Pam Jenoff fans, we have great news for your book clubs. The discussion kit for her acclaimed New York Times bestselling novel, The Lost Girls of Paris [Park Row Books], is now posted for your (free!) downloading pleasure. Don’t miss the chance to delve deeper into this beautiful novel inspired by the real-life women spies of World War II. Says Kate Quinn, author of the beloved The Alice Network: “Pam Jenoff’s (read more…)

Heather Gudenkauf’s much buzzed-about Before She Was Found [Park Row, April 16] is an epistolary-style thriller about a small town and a Slender Man-type urban legend, the dangerous thin line between reality and fantasy for three 12-year-old girls … and the adults who’ll do anything to protect them. There is plenty for book clubs to find here, and to help, we’ve put together a book club kit for your readers to dive right in.  In the meantime, (read more…)

Bestselling author Heather Gudenkauf’s newest thriller takes online bullying, urban legends, and parental paranoia and wraps it all up in a gripping read. Before She Was Found [Park Row Books, April 2019] tells the story of three 12-year-old girls and one bloody night through text messages, journal entries, therapist’s notes, and police interrogations. Publisher’s Weekly raves in their starred review: “This scintillating psychological thriller … examines the cruelty of children, judgmental adults, and (read more…)

Under My Skin cover

In her research for Under My Skin [Park Row Books], the chilling tale of a photographer haunted–both night and day–by the unsolved murder of her husband, master storyteller Lisa Unger delved into an impressive reading list that included works by Carl Jung, a photography treatise by Susan Sontag, and Freud’s Interpretation of Dreams. The result is a novelization of the complicated lengths our minds go to fill in the blanks after trauma (read more…)

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