Harlequin for Libraries

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JT Ellison‘s thriller star continues its meteoric rise with her latest, the locked-room thriller HER DARK LIES [MIRA Books, March 9]. Set on a remote, gorgeous private island off the coast of Italy, join the guests of the glamorous Hunter/Compton wedding as they prepare for the celebration of the century, as the US’s most eligible bachelor is taken off the market. But the groom and bride’s skeletons may be too much (read more…)

We are thrilled to have two books on the last LibraryReads list of 2020! Don’t miss Tarryn Fisher’s twisted, inspired-by-true-events story, THE WRONG FAMILY [Dec. 29, Graydon House] and T.A. Willberg’s if-Nancy-Drew-joined-an-underground-steampunk-agency-in-London mystery, MARION LANE AND THE MIDNIGHT MURDER [Dec. 29, Park Row]. They’re both still available on Netgalley and Edelweiss for you to take a sneak peek before they go on sale! THE WRONG FAMILY (also available in Library (read more…)

Ever wonder how Jane Austen’s Sense and Sensibility would look if it were set in modern times–say, in Washington DC’s social scene? Author Lauren Edmonson decided to revisit Austen’s classic about the constraints of the patriarchy and the unbreakable bond of sisterhood in her “original” retelling, Ladies of the House [Feb. 9, Graydon House Books]. Booklist has fallen in love with the Richardson sisters, giving them and their story of (read more…)

Get Out meets The Hate U Give in ONE OF THE GOOD ONES [Inkyard Press, Jan. 5], by sister-author duo Maika Moulite and Maritza Moulite (Dear Haiti, Love Alaine). Here is a multi-POV story and poignant exploration of prejudice–in the unexpected form of a road trip narrative. In its starred review, Kirkus says of the book: ⭐“This novel … is an explosive look behind the hashtags at race and history, (read more…)

Toshikazu Kawaguchi’s beloved Before for the Coffee Gets Cold [Nov. 17, Hanover Sq. Press] has been a runaway bestseller in Japan and the UK … and its success is poised to cross the pond, if all the librarian love is any indication. (Let’s be real, isn’t it always?) This charming, wonderfully strange, little November LibraryReads pick (just four chapters long!) asks the intriguing question: If you could travel back in (read more…)