“A chilling journey through a killer’s mind . . .”
The latest entry in Shannon and Dean Hale’s popular Princess in Black series is sure to charm their legions of young readers.
“Tana French's writing is like a precious heirloom, something you don't want to let go of, a treasured keepsake you hold close . . .
“this is a fun and personal book if you want to experiment with Moroccan flavors and eat some delicious preparations accompanied by wonderful photos of the finished dishes.”
Jane Hawk, one of the brightest former FBI agents, is now a much-sought-after fugitive.
“for Sherlock Holmes fans, it is a perfect edition to sit next to Conan Doyle on the library shelf.”
There have been two excellent, lengthy biographies of director-choreographer Jerome Robbins: Deborah Jowitt’s Jerome Robbins and Amanda Vaill’s Somewhere: A Life of Jerome Robbins
As we approach adulthood, we convince ourselves that the mental scripts that have defined us for nearly our entire lives can be discarded. Or altered. Or at least minimized.
“A fun book, a simple but still captivating story, and attractive design make Evie and The Truth About Witches a good choice for the Halloween season, or for any other time when so
“A Bildungsroman for our troubled times, set in a place where nothing is safe or certain.”
The Lighthouse Keeper’s Daughter by Hazel Gaynor is a journey into the past . . . and then again, further into the past.
Death in Paris is a mashup of some of the most favorite literary tropes.