Harlequin for Libraries

Harlequin for Libraries

Tag: fiction

Hello, librarians! How are we talking about November releases already?! Below you will find a list of titles eligible for the November LibraryReads list. Download our picks for LibraryReads and remember to vote by October 1st! From USA Today-bestselling Jillian Cantor, THE FICTION WRITER follows a mid-list writer hired by a handsome billionaire to write about his family history with Daphne du Maurier and finds herself drawn into a tangled web of (read more…)

Annie Ward photo

Annie Ward sat down with the Harlequin team to discuss her inspiration behind her twisted thriller, Beautiful Bad [March 5, Park Row Books]…and has the photos to back it up! Based heavily on her time working in the Balkans, as well as real people in her life, Annie talks about her experience in the unstable region, as well as her aim to “challenge people’s assumptions about villains and what makes a monster.” Love (read more…)

When the Lights Go Off cover

Mary Kubica’s newest psychological thriller, When the Lights Go Out [September 2018, Park Row Books] has been selected by public library staff across the nation as the #9 pick for the September LibraryReads list! LibraryReads is a list of the top ten books published this month that librarians across the United States love. In Kubica’s fifth nail-biting read, meet Jessie, whose is insomnia-plagued life complicated enough before she is plunged into a bizarre case of stolen identity (read more…)

Ever wish you could disappear? In Charlton Pettus’s Exit Strategy [May 2018, Hanover Square Press] anything can be bought… even a new life. Publishers Weekly raves in their starred review that it is “Cerebral and visceral, this is a top-notch thriller.”  Sometimes you need to escape. Here is your chance – just don’t look back.

A Few of My Favorite Things (all of them books)   “What’s your favorite book?” This is one of the most stressful questions someone can ask me. Not because I don’t like to talk about books, on the contrary, because I love to read and talk about books, and would have a really hard time picking just one. After all, different books play different roles in our lives: some change (read more…)