". . . a beautifully written novel."
“Hello, my friend. I am a thief, a murderer, a kidnapper. I’ve killed for fun, I’ve killed out of necessity. I have killed for hate.
The Cubs won the 2016 World Series. For any of the millions of faithful who have followed the travails of the Chicago baseball club, their first title in 108 years will live in memory.
“Erotic Stories of Punjabi Widows is a masterpiece.”
Do identical twins share more than the same DNA? Are their temperaments, needs, and desires similar?
“In America, cars were real estate.
“a satirical, thought provoking, and stimulating novella.”
“Nagata is rapidly assuming her place among the greats of military science fiction . . .”
Jill Shalvis can write a pretty good sex scene.
“Mapping the Interior is a darkly meditative tale of innocence, family, and ghosts that only Stephen Graham Jones could tell.”
A Shining in the Shadows is the second installment of The Gabriel Davenport Series by Beverley Lee.
“The stories in the volume are all worthy—some extraordinary.”
“Drayden has knocked it out of the park with this novel. . . . an excellent piece of fiction that is levels above any of the summer reads coming out.”
A thriller that combines almost unbearable suspense, a nightmare figure out of some twisted superhero comic, the worst consequences of technology, and an ordinary man who lives almost as a recluse—
It has been 20 years since the publication of Arundhati Roy’s Booker Prize Winning first novel, The God of Small Things.
Set 18 years after Assassin's Heart, Thief's Cunning is less a sequel and more a separate book in the same world.
What constitutes being a mother? Is it giving birth to a child or loving and caring for one who isn't born to you?
“combines the intrigue of an archaeological event and the joy of an upcoming wedding with the machinations of a political thriller . . .”
Every family member shares some of the same personality traits, as is with the four generations of Whitakers.
“an imaginative story with some creative viewpoints about guilt, punishment, and redemption . . .”
Detective Kat Murphy’s life is hell . . . literally.
“Three Drops of Blood and a Cloud of Cocaine is Quentin Mouron’s English-language debut, and what a debut it is.”
“an engrossing description of evil and the devastating results of its corruption . . .”
Michael Tanner is an ordinary man.
“Another tale by Womack that can’t be put down. Superb storytelling. Rounded characters. Stakes worth killing—or dying—for. This is summer reading for every season.”
The Golden Age of detective novels is almost universally agreed to have occurred between the 1920s and 1930s.