Harlequin for Libraries

Harlequin for Libraries

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We’re excited that Reese Witherspoon has selected our haunting mother-daughter saga, Nancy Jooyoun Kim’s THE LAST STORY OF MINA LEE [Park Row Books], as her September 2020 Hello Sunshine Book Club pick! Be sure to join the book club discussion on her social media channels throughout the month. AND, lucky readers, we have a book club discussion kit to enrich your conversations. Download free, here! PS. Reese isn’t the only (read more…)

We’re thrilled that Alison Stine’s Road Out of Winter [Sept. 1, MIRA] has been awarded its second starred review! Raves Booklist of the book about an endless winter and a girl who will travel through Appalachia in search of family and survival: ⭐“An excellent feminist dystopian novel of survival, desperation and, ultimately, hope… Sublimely written.”—Booklist, starred review And to refresh your memory of the first starred review, from Library Journal (it’s another good (read more…)

For all those Goodfellas/gangster movie/pop culture fans…we’ve got the book for  you! It’s been 30 years since the world was introduced to the iconic Goodfellas. To commemorate the anniversary of an extraordinary piece of Hollywood history, join film critic Glenn Kenny as he goes behind the scenes with MADE MEN: THE STORY OF GOODFELLAS [Sept. 15, Hanover Square Press]. Kenny chronicles the making and afterlife of the film that introduced (read more…)

Come On In cover

You might know Adi Alsaid as the beloved author of books like Let’s Get Lost, North of Happy, and We Didn’t Ask for This, but he is donning a new hat as editor of the beautiful anthology COME ON IN: 15 STORIES ABOUT IMMIGRATION AND FINDING HOME [Inkyard Press, October 13]. This is an incredibly timely collection of stories written by YA writer superstars who are immigrants or children of immigrants, and we are (read more…)

Confessions on the 745 cover

To the surprise of no one, really, master storyteller Lisa Unger has already scored two starred reviews for her latest novel, Confessions on the 7:45 [Oct. 6, Park Row]. This psychological thriller opens with a chance encounter on a commuter train that gives new meaning to the adage, “Don’t talk to strangers.” But don’t take our word for it–see what the pros have to say. Raves Publishers Weekly and Booklist: (read more…)