Kisses can come with a lot of baggage.
If you thought it was impossible to tell a torturous tale about torture with grace, depth, insight, and compassion, then you must read In The Company of Angels by Thomas E. Kennedy.
This reviewer had such high hopes for this novel, a “love story” by Pete Nelson.
Long before professional spy E.
Halo is a young adult novel written by a young adult, eighteen to be exact, and by the looks of things, she has quite a career ahead of her.
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The Film Noir Encyclopedia is a joy for noir enthusiasts—a must-have for scholars, students, filmmakers, and fans.
Near the end of this third suspense novel by the Irish writer Tana French, her rough-edged undercover cop Frank Mackey observes, “Nobody in the world can make you crazy like your family can.”
Emily the Strange made her first appearance in a graphic novel, and the franchise now includes novels, artwork, toys, clothing, and “accessories” ranging from jewelry to footwear to a Zippo lighter
Attorney Andy Carpenter is once again dragged into a criminal defense case that threatens to derail his laid back lifestyle.
Most Charlaine Harris fans will agree that the only thing better than a big ole glass of real Southern sweet tea is a new Sookie Stackhouse novel. Everyone has been patiently waiting, and the wai
How does a successful author follow up mega-wattage success? That question has plagued best-selling writers since they started keeping track of book sales.
Cat the Cat, Who is THAT? Is a simply written story that teaches friendship to children up to five years of age.
Blue-Eyed Devil is the fourth novel in Robert Parker’s Cole/Hitch series. Virgil Cole and his sidekick Everett Hitch have returned to the small, dusty town of Appaloosa.
Beyond Those Distant Stars is science fiction that plays well to a female audience. The heroine, Stella McMasters, is a cyborg.
On page 66 of this slim novel, a character called Bolaño is quoted as saying: “Tell that stupid Arnold Bennet that all his rules about plot only apply to novels that are copies of other novels.” Pe
Dara Horn has written a novel set in the Civil War. We are given a view of the Jewish community of that time through well-developed characters who are pulled and pushed by the conflict.
A Murder on London Bridge is the fifth of Susanna Gregory’s Thomas Chaloner series. These stories portray post-Restoration England in all its confusion and contradiction.
What do you find when you place a curious girl in a house full of secrets?
“Kill Creek is the perfect novel to read on Halloween.”
“Wilde in Love has everything readers of romance could wish, as well as a delightful twist of an ending.”
In his newest novel, Crimes of the Father, Booker Prize-winner Thomas Keneally succeeds in the seemingly impossible task of burrowing deeply into the mindset of a pedophilic Catholic pries