Level Grind is a compilation of the first four short novels of the Twenty-Sided Sorceress series, an urban fantasy collection about Native American sorceress-in-hiding Jade Crow and her mo
There’s a certain poetry of loneliness at work in Martin Hyatt’s new novel Beautiful Gravity.
“a fable about ideological extremism under an avant-garde skin.”
In today’s Internet connected global culture literature is written by authors who do not necessarily reside in the countries of their birth and read by readers worldwide.
As the rare “lady doctor” at a small town clinic in Communist Hungary in 1960 and an ardent partisan who helped her father smuggle anti-Nazi pamphlets during World War Two, when she was a student,
Martin Cruz Smith opens his latest thriller The Girl from Venice on a moonless night as an Italian fisherman named Cenzo is standing barefoot in the mud, plucking cuttlefish out of the wat
As the American nation watches the often ugly coverage of the elections of 2016 on their television screens, as we hear of #BlackLivesMatter on a daily basis, a book about race relations seems to b
Set in Brighton at Christmas time, Smoke and Mirrors by Elly Griffiths spins a tale of murder, theatrical magic tricks, and some very grim fairy tales.
First came The Unnoticeables; now author Robert Brockway has delivered The Empty Ones, book two in the Vicious Circuit series, a raunchy ride of a story drenched with hilarious on
“Winston Groom blends history with a strong sense of place to create a compelling story featuring both fictional and historic characters.”
“More chilling than outright terrifying, The Graveyard Apartment is a traditional ghost story gone cinematic. . . . a very, very good horror novel.”
Just in time for winter! Cartoonist Chris Britt has created a wonderful, wintery, warm-hearted tale ready for the ranks of Rudolph and Frosty.
What can cure can kill, but can it also impart immortality?
Before even opening the book Ship of Dreams by Dean Morrissey, the cover illustration is enchanting, luring, and curiosity piquing, beckoning one to a realm of dreamy fantasy and nostalgia
Julia Padden, a salesclerk in the men's department at Seattle's Macy's, is upbeat and vivacious.
Jon Klassen returns with the third installation of the Hat trilogy.
Originally published in 1966, with the first translation into English published in 1969, this latest edition of Silence has a foreword by Martin Scorsese who is soon to make “a major motio
Humans have long had a love affair with cuddly bears. Think Winnie the Pooh, Baloo from The Jungle Book, and everyone’s wise-cracking favorite, Yogi!
“I want to buy a copy.” “It’s beautiful.” “I love it.” These are direct quotes from book club members who saw an advanced copy of Melissa Sweet’s latest biography for young readers, Some Writer
It’s a fact that everyone knows: America is a country of immigrants. The Irish, the Germans, the Arabs, even the founding fathers and the first colonists, were all immigrants.
The fairest and deadliest of the Texas Rangers returns alongside her usual rough-riding entourage in a new thriller that upholds the Jon Land’s high bar for action and storytelling.
Released in 1968, Music from Big Pink by The Band changed the musical landscape.
The Bear Who Wasn’t There is the product of a collaboration between multitalented musician, playwright, director, and author, Owen Lavie, and Wolf Erlbruch, one of Germany’s most renowned
Tens of millions of Americans live in suburbs, so it’s not surprising to see so many readers gravitating toward stories that happen there. The literary crowd loved the way John Cheever wrote them.
It is 1969 and 16-year-old Lucy Gold has never been a motivated student.