Harlequin for Libraries

Harlequin for Libraries

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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.

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…)

Campaign Widows cover

‘Tis the (election) season! Feeling a bit of political fatigue as we head into the 2018 elections? Book Clubbish has the perfect book club kit remedy for you. The West Wing meets Sex and the City in Aimee Agresti’s Campaign Widows [Graydon House], a wickedly sharp, wildly fun take on the Washington landscape. Follow the misadventures of the “widows,” an inner circle of DC elites who forge unlikely friendships and unbreakable bonds over the (read more…)

Cooper's Charm cover

EW.com featured Lori Foster’s Cooper’s Charm [HQN], a two-romances-in-one story set against the backdrop of a charming camping resort of the same name, in its round-up Hot Stuff: July romance novels tackle tricky tropes. And they threw in this fun comp to a cult film favorite for good measure: “The story is a heart-warming tale of four broken people whose affection and care for one another helps them to heal in myriad ways. (read more…)

Tear Me Apart cover

JT Ellison (Lie to Me) ratchets up the stakes in Tear Me Apart [August 28, MIRA] about a 17-year-old’s race against the clock as she desperately seeks the truth behind her birth–even as doctors are racing to save her life. Says PW in their starred review of Tear Me Apart, “Ellison is at the top of her game.” Tear Me Apart is available for request on Netgalley!   [Tear Me Apart (read more…)

Campaign Widows cover

Sex and the City meets The West Wing in Aimee Agresti’s wickedly sharp Campaign Widows [May 2018, Graydon House]. Says Booklist in their starred review: “Agresti’s smart beach read will ease readers into the 2018 election season.” Don’t miss the party: Campaign Widows is available for request on Netgalley!