In the style of Margaret Atwood, Cormac McCarthy, and 'The Walking Dead', 'The Amateurs' is a post-apocalyptic examination of nostalgia, loss and the possibility of starting over from National Magazine Award winner Liz Harmer.
'Eleanor Oliphant Is Completely Fine' is a sweet, quirky tale of modern redemption for readers of 'The Rosie Project', 'Major Pettigrew's Last Stand', and 'The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry'.
At once an intimate family saga, a history of an entire region, and a portrait of the moral and political corruption of a whole society, 'Ferocity' is a sweeping, provocative panorama of modern Italy from the winner of the 2015 Strega Prize.
Last book in series: Don't Go Home. In the 26th installment in the 'Death on Demand' series, bookseller Annie Darling learns murder and money go hand in hand as she races alongside her husband to stop a calculating killer before greed takes another life.
Last book in series: The Paris Librarian. When a hidden camera is found in an American novelist's Paris hotel room and a string of murders follows, former FBI profiler Hugo Marston is called in to investigate. But when Hugo uncovers new evidence pointing to a surprising suspect, he finds himself next on the hit list...
Last book in series: Beyond the Truth. When bombs explode at the Islamic Cooperation Council's headquarters in Oslo, detective Hanne Wilhelmsen is on the case in the newest installment of the award-winning 'Hanne Wilhelmsen' series from Norway's bestselling crime writer, Anne Holt.
From the author of the bestselling series 'The Clique' comes Lisi Harrison's debut adult novel about four modern-day strangers who inherit a dirty book club that was started in the 1960s.
From the author of 'The Wolf of Sarajevo' comes a tense, complex, and twisting diplomatic thriller in which one woman, a second generation Foreign Service officer, must choose between morality and compromise. Both decisions could have deadly consequences...
Equal parts transporting love story and gripping historical conspiracy this original debut novel takes readers deep into medieval Italy, where the past and present blur and a twenty-first century woman discovers a plot to destroy Siena.
Featuring a captivating female protagonist, themes of parenthood, memory and mental illness, 'What My Body Remembers' is the chilling story of Ella, a young mother suffering from PTSD-induced panic attacks, who will do whatever it takes to protect her son. But when old scars are ripped open, will the truth of the past help heal or put Ella in even greater danger?
'Until It Fades' is a sexy new romance about a small-town woman who saves the life of a mysterious man and finds herself unexpectedly thrown into a whirlwind love affair. But how long will it be before the sparks fade?
'Target Omega' is a propulsive, high-stakes debut thriller that features an extraordinary operator who holds the key to saving the world from Armageddon. All he needs to do is stay alive...
Last book in series: The Buffalo Job. In the sixth book in the 'Wilson' series, set in Brooklyn and Manhattan, a diamond heist goes horribly wrong when a man on the inside gets killed and Wilson is left to figure out which players are moving against him.
From the author of 'Flight Patterns' comes the story of a woman who, after moving to an affluent Atlanta suburb, becomes involved in the secrets and scandals lurking behind the facades of the seemingly perfect families who live there...
Last book in series: Murder in Morningside Heights. In the latest installment of the 'Gaslight Mystery' series, Sarah Brandt and Frank Malloy are searching for a connection between a murdered newsboy and a high society woman with dangerous habits...
When a 90-year-old man is found dead in his bed, smothered with his own pillow, a newspaper cutting left on his desk about a murder case dating back to the Second World War causes former detective Konrad to start his own unofficial enquiry. A deeply compassionate story of old crimes and their consequences, 'The Man from Manitoba' is the first book in a thrilling new series.
Last book in series: Tall Tail. Rita Mae Brown and her feline co-author Sneaky Pie Brown return with an all-new mystery to solve in the twenty-fifth book in the bestselling 'Mrs. Murphy' series.
Last book in series: Eagle in Exile. From award-winning author Alan Smale comes the inventive conclusion to the 'Clash of Eagles' trilogy, an alternate-history saga about the Roman invasion of North America.
One of Italy’s most acclaimed writers comes to America in this mordant, outrageous, and masterful social novel about money, sex, and the hopeless pursuit of authenticity. 'Class' is a brilliantly literary novel that stylistically channels Virginia Woolf and Kanye West in equal measure.
Last book in series: Up in Smoke. In the eagerly anticipated fourth medical thriller in the award-winning 'Dr. Zol Szabo Medical Mystery' series, epidemic investigator Dr. Zol Szabo sets sail on a relaxing extended cruise on the Indian Ocean. But when a mysterious illness starts spreading, Zol will have to put his vacation on hold before it consumes everyone on board.
From the author of 'The Withdrawal Method', comes a wild, funny, and poignant story of two young men who embark on a Don Quixote-like quest from Canada to Kashmir, India.
From the author of 'California' comes a dark, sexy noir about the intensity of female relationships - whether mother to daughter or friend to friend - that lies behind the hedgerows of beautifully manicured Los Angeles.
In this fast-paced, brilliantly twisted novel of suspense from bestselling author Lisa Jackson, the deadly secrets of a long-ago summer stir to life once more...
'Men Without Women' is the greatly anticipated new short story collection from the beloved Haruki Murakami - his first major new work of fiction since the NYT bestselling 'Colorless Tsukuru Tazaki and His Years of Pilgrimage'.
From bestselling author and Pulitzer Prize winner Stephen Hunter comes the latest episode in his Swagger family saga, replete with Hunter's wicked suspense, vivid gun fights, and historical truths.
Set in the 1930s, from the bestselling author of 'Til Death Do Us Part', comes a story set in Burning Cove, California, an idyllic small town that has become a refuge for Hollywood stars seeking privacy for scandalous trysts and wild parties. But when one of these stars is found dead, Cordelia Carter finds out she's a suspect. Though she's convinced that the killer she's been trailing has struck again...
In the stunning follow-up to 'The Second Life of Nick Mason', the remarkable hero is ever more under the thumb of his kingpin master, who has upped the ante with a formidable new mission…
'Against All Odds', the latest novel from bestselling author Danielle Steel, is a touching, masterful story centered on the relationship challenges and triumphs of a long-widowed mother and her four adult children.
Set at the end of World War II, in a crumbling Bavarian castle that once played host to all of German high society, 'The Women in the Castle' is a powerful and propulsive story from the author of 'The Hazards of Good Breeding', about three widows whose lives and fates become intertwined.
'The Girl on the Train' meets 'Rear Window' in this electrifying psychological thriller debut about a birdwatcher who, while spying on her neighbours, spots something suspicious...
From the author of 'Accidents of Marriage' comes a provocative new novel about the seemingly blind love of a wife for her husband as he conquers Wall Street, and her extraordinary, perhaps foolish, loyalty during his precipitous fall.
Last book in series: Sweet Ruin. 'Wicked Abyss' is the next exciting installment in the 'Immortals After Dark' series.
Last book in series: When Falcons Fly. London, 1813. Sebastian St. Cyr, Viscount Devlin, is no stranger to the dark side of the city, but he's never seen anything like this: a string of missing children. Though powerful forces are moving against him, Sebastian will risk everything to keep more innocents from harm and stop the killer from preying upon the city's most vulnerable.
Fascinating, moving, and darkly humorous, 'Walkaway' is an epic multi-generational thriller about the wrenching changes of the next hundred years, including the end of death, and the human people who will live with the consequences.
Last book in series: A Murder in Time. The next installment in Julie McElwain's time travelling mystery series features former FBI agent Kendra Donovan, whose plan to return to the twenty-first century fails, leaving her stranded in 1815. But the Duke of Aldridge believes he knows the reason why...
Last book in series: No Place to Die. In the third installment in the 'DS Jane Bennett and DI Mike Lockyer' series Bennett and Lockyer are called in to investigate one of South London's most difficult and distressing cases yet - where family and friends come under scrutiny in the hardest of circumstances...
This stand-alone novel reveals the origin of fan-favourite character Grand Admiral Thrawn. In this book, readers will follow Thrawn's rise to power - uncovering the events that created one of the most iconic villains in 'Star Wars' history.
From the author of 'The Secrets of Lake Road' comes a suspenseful novel in which a small-town murder forces two sisters to face the secrets and lies that have torn them apart.
In 1943, Aleksi, a young Russian spy, is chosen to spearhead one of the most desperate and history changing operations of the war - infiltrate the site of the upcoming Tehran conference between Churchill, Roosevelt, and Stalin, and set them up to be assassinated...
Told through alternating voices and set in 19th-century Japan and England, 'Signs for Lost Children' is the story of a marriage in which a husband and wife live thousands of miles apart.
Last book in series: The Storm Sister. Travel through the lush English countryside and explore the magnificent estates of the British aristocracy in the third installment of the spellbinding 'The Seven Sisters' series.
From the bestselling author of 'The Historian' comes a novel that blends history and the present in a suspenseful journey that spans three generations and reveals the dark secrets of a family's history and of the beautiful and haunted country of Bulgaria.
From the author of the 'Inspector Montalbano' series comes the remarkable account, based on a true story, of an exceptional woman who rises to power in 17th century Sicily and brings about sweeping changes that threaten the iron-fisted patriarchy, before being cast out in a coup after only 27 days.
What is the difference between justice and revenge? In this new standalone novel from bestselling author Lisa Unger, two wronged women on very different paths find themselves in the same dark place...
One body. Six victims. A pulse-pounding thriller with a dark sense of humour, 'Ragdoll' follows a volatile detective as he tracks down a murderer before he becomes the next victim...
Last book in series: The Other Side of Silence. The French Riviera, 1956. In the latest 'Bernie Gunther' novel, Gunther - now hiding out on the French Riviera - comes face to face with an old and dangerous enemy. He enters a cat-and-mouse game that, even a decade after Germany’s defeat, continues to shadow his life...
From the bestselling author of 'Tides of Honour' comes an enchanting and poignant story about the unfailing power of love in a world turned upside down by war.
Last book in series: Sunshine Beach. From the bestselling author of 'The House on Mermaid Point' comes the story of four women who are trying to rebuild more than their lives. Embroiled in a battle to regain control of their renovation-turned-reality TV show, 'Do Over', these women find themselves holding tight to the frayed ends of their friendship and relationships.
For readers of Yann Martel and 'The Master of Margarita' comes a love story set in two countries in two radically different moments in time, bringing together a young man, his mother, a boa constrictor, and one capricious cat.
From the award-winning author of 'In the Shadow of the Banyan' comes a novel about a young woman who returns to her homeland after receiving a letter from a mysterious man who claims to have known her father before he disappeared in the Cambodian holocaust.
Last book in series: Murder on the Hour. When a man turns up dead, it's up to Penny Brannigan to prove her friend's innocence.
In the tradition of 'One Day' comes a wryly romantic debut story about two strangers who meet briefly as teens in Florence and whose paths cross again many times over the course of the next sixteen years.
Following her debut, 'The Man on the Washing Machine', comes Susan Cox's next quirky, charming mystery featuring San Francisco shop owner Theo Bogart.
Stories can be powerful, especially if those stories are actually a spellbook of terrifying power. When strange things start to happen, Baird and her team of Librarians suspect that the magic of Mother Goose is once again on the loose and it's up to them to put a stop to it! '
Last book in series: Blood Orange. In this exciting new mystery from bestselling author Susan Wittig Albert, China Bayles fears for her husband's life when an escaped convict makes him his target.
From the author of the international bestseller 'I Let You Go' comes an edge-of-your-seat, psychological thriller about a woman who becomes caught up in a twisted game of cat and mouse.
From the author of 'An Honourable Man' comes a suspenseful tale of Cold War espionage set in 1950s Cuba, as foreign powers compete to influence the outcome of a revolution. A powerful story of ideals, passions, betrayals, and corrupting political rivalries, this book follows former CIA Agent George Mueller who arrives in Havana just months before the fall of Cuban dictator Fulgencio Batista.
'Gone Without a Trace' is a gripping psychological suspense novel with a killer twist about a woman whose boyfriend has disappeared, and her desperate search for both him and answers...
Every garden has a story, waiting to be told... A lush and imaginative novel, 'The Forbidden Garden' takes readers into the heart of a mysterious English country garden whose destiny is entwined with the woman trying to bring it back to life... if only she can unravel its secrets.
A fantastic debut mystery set in the steamy underworld of Florida, 'Flamingo Road' follows undercover Thoroughbred Racing Protective Bureau agent Fia McKee as she tries to find out what is going on behind the scenes of a Gulstream racetrack.
How far would you go to uncover the truth? In this suspenseful, provocative novel of friendship, secrets and deceit, a successful writer returns to her elite Swiss boarding school to get to the bottom of a tragic accident that took place while she was a student twenty years earlier.
From the award-winning author of 'Little Pretty Things' comes a gripping, unforgettable tale of a mother's desperate search for two lost boys - one of whom is her son. But, in order to save them, Anna will have to face her fears, mistakes, and the full consequences of setting everything – and everyone - aside for family.
'The Color of Our Sky' is a sweeping, emotional journey of two childhood friends in Mumbai, India, whose lives converge one fateful night, only to change forever.
From the bestselling author of 'Daemon' comes a futuristic novel set in 2045, where genetic crime is running rampant. When Kenneth Durand wakes up from a coma, he discovers that he's been genetically transformed into a wanted man. Now a fugitive, Durand is determined to restore his original DNA by locating the source of the mysterious - and highly valuable - change agent.
This book is a highly atmospheric and suspenseful historical novel, set in the 1890s, about a Scottish heiress who unexpectedly encounters her childhood friend in northern Ontario, five years after he disappeared from her family's estate on the night of a double murder.
In 'The Berlin Project', bestselling author Gregory Benford creates an alternate history that reimagines what could have happened if the atom bomb was ready in time to stop Hitler from killing millions of people on June 6, 1944. Benford has served as a scientific consultant to the NHK Network and for 'Star Trek: The Next Generation'
When a newly engaged couple climbs Mount Ararat in Turkey, an avalanche forces them to seek shelter inside a massive cave. But when a massive blizzard traps them in, they soon discover they are not alone...
In the highly anticipated sequel to the bestselling 'What We Find', readers will be delighted to return to the world of Sullivan's Crossing, a place that welcomes everyone - whether they're looking for a weekend getaway or a new lease on life.
From the bestselling author of 'The Bear' comes the enthralling story of two women, a Neanderthal and a modern day archaeologist, who, despite being separated by a millennia, are linked by an epic journey that will transform them both. Haunting and suspenseful, this book examines the often taboo corners of women's lives.
From the bestselling author of 'The Rosie Project' and 'The Rosie Effect' comes an unforgettable new novel about lost love and second chances. A novel about growing old and feeling young, about happy times and sad memories, 'The Best of Adam Sharp' is ultimately a story about the power of the songs we sing when we fall in love.
This book is latest suspenseful drama from Lisa Jewell, featuring two decades of secrets, a missing husband, and a man with no memory...
Last book in series: Assegai. The saga of the legendary Courtney family continues in this fourteenth installment in Wilbur Smith’s bestselling series - a thrilling tale of espionage, adventure and danger, set in Africa and spanning from the Great War’s end to the dark days of World War II.
Last book in series: Rock with Wings. In the third book in Anne Hillerman's continuation of her father, Tony Hillerman's beloved series, a deadly bombing takes Navajo Tribal cops Bernadette Manuelito, Jim Chee, and their mentor, the legendary Lieutenant Joe Leaphorn, back into the past to find a vengeful killer.
'One Perfect Lie' is an emotional thriller and a suburban crime story about a struggling single mother who fears she's losing her grip on her son. When a handsome stranger comes to town and infiltrates the high school, it's only a matter of time before a faculty member turns up dead and the mother finds herself engaged in a battle for the future, the soul, and the life of her only child.
When an enemy from her past threatens to return, Margaret Douglas, animal psychic, must go on the run. But danger is in hot pursuit, and Margaret finds herself matching wits with a man who refuses to be stopped...
'My Italian Bulldozer' is a delicious new stand-alone novel from Alexander McCall Smith, the author of the 'No 1. Ladies' Detective Agency' series, about a Scottish writer's misadventures in travel and romance in Italian wine country.
Last book in series: The Patriot Threat. From the backrooms of the Smithsonian to the deepest woods in rural Arkansas, and finally up into the rugged mountains of northern New Mexico, 'The Lost Order', which continues the bestselling history-based 'Cotton Malone' series, is a perilous adventure into America's dark past, and a potentially even darker future.
Set in Toronto, 'Little Sister' follows Rose, a woman in her mid-thirties, living with her mother, who, through a series of unusual storms, keeps finding herself in the body of another woman. Disturbed and entranced, Rose tries to find out what is happening to her, in this impassioned tale of one woman's determination to help someone she has never met.
Last book in series: Extreme Prey. In the thrilling new installment of the 'Prey' series, Lucas Davenport's first case as a U.S. marshal takes him into unexplored territory.
Last book in series: Brush back. In the latest installment of the bestselling 'V.I. Warshawski' series, the legendary investigator is out of her comfort zone and into deadly new territory as she searches for a young film student and a former film star who are on the run.
Last book in series: Blood Vow. In the second novel in J.R. Ward's original spin-off series, set in the world of the Black Dagger Brotherhood, an old enemy returns and a scorching forbidden love threatens to tear the brothers apart.
In 'The Change Room', award-winning writer Karen Connelly creates an instant erotic classic out of what happens when forbidden sex disrupts the life of a crazily busy, happily married, working mother of two.
In the latest mystery from bestselling author Mary Higgins Clark, a glamorous cruise on a luxurious ocean liner turns deadly...
A missing painting. A mysterious woman. Her husband and her lover. From the author of 'The Reader' comes a powerful new novel about obsession, creativity, and love.
From award-winning author and New Yorker contributor Paul La Farge comes a riveting novel about secrets and scandals, psychiatry and pulp fiction, as inspired by the lives of H.P. Lovecraft and his circle.
'Station Eleven' meets 'The Martian' in this brilliantly inventive novel about three astronauts training for the first-ever mission to Mars - an experience that will push the boundary between real and unreal, test their relationships, and leave each of them - and their families - changed forever.
From the acclaimed author of the Sherlockian novel 'Dust and Shadow' and the 'Timothy Wilde' trilogy comes an outstanding collection of fifteen stories featuring Sherlock Holmes.
From the author of 'Where All Light Tends to Go', comes a powerful story about the inescapable weight of the past. Taking place in the mountains of North Carolina, this book follows the meth-fueled journey to nowhere of two combat veterans who have returned home from war, as they either find the grit to overcome the darkness or let themselves be consumed by it.
In the small town of Santa Rita, California, the mutilated body of Martin Torrey is found by two passersby. A registered sex offender, Torrey has been a suspect in a string of recent rapes, and instant suspicion for his murder falls on the relatives and friends of the women attacked. With increasing pressure from the public for answers, Police chief Griffin Kells and detective Robert Ortiz are spinning in circles until a surprising break leads to a completely unexpected conclusion...
Last book in series: Cold Girl. In 'Undertow', a heartbreaking set of murders bring detectives Leith and Dion together in the Lower Mainland. But when the list of victims keeps growing, it's clear something is missing - something that will take both detectives to unravel, if they make it that far...
In the sequel to 'One Good Dog' comes the story of Cody, a troubled fourteen-year-old, who moves to Berkshire to run a dilapidated Bed and Breakfast with her worried mother. When Adam March arrives as the Inn's only guest, he is accompanied by his rescued pit bull, who slowly starts to show Cody how to trust again. But just as this new-found family begins to find happiness, a murderer threatens everything, and everyone...
Last book in series: Fear the Darkness. In the latest installment in the 'Brigid Quinn' series, Ex-FBI agent Brigid Quinn will have to draw on every bit of skill, craft, and grit that she possess if she is able to locate a killer who may be closer to home than she realizes...
A father protects his daughter from the legacy of his past - and the truth about her mother’s death - in this thrilling new novel from the prize-winning author of 'The Good Thief'. Both a coming-of-age novel and a literary thriller, this book explores what it means to be a hero, and the cost we pay to protect the people we love.
There's nothing quite like a mother's love... but how much is too much? Jodi Picoult meets Joy Fielding in this unsettling domestic thriller that digs beneath the serene surface of the idyllic Lake District community and delivers a suspenseful story of motherhood and fallibility.
Last book in series: The Harem Midwife. In the thrilling conclusion to the bestselling historical trilogy, Hannah is forced back to Venice when her adopted son is kidnapped and in danger once more. And this time, so is Hannah...
A thrilling new novel from the bestselling author of 'China Dolls', 'The Tea Girl of Hummingbird Lane' explores the lives of a Chinese mother and her daughter who has been adopted by an American couple. A powerful story, this book paints a portrait of a little known region and its people and celebrates the bond that connects mothers and daughters.
Last book in series: The Mime Order. Following a bloody battle against foes on every side, Paige Mahoney has risen to the dangerous position of Underqueen, ruling over London's criminal population. But, little does Paige know that her reign may be cut short...
Last book in series: Soul of the Fire. From the Edgar Award-winning, author of 'Soul of the Fire' - comes the ninth installment of the 'Inspector Shan' series. 'Skeleton God' weaves a suspenseful mystery into the backdrop of an ancient culture being slowly dismantled, offering readers a portrait of modern Tibet.
She's your best friend and she knows all your secrets... In this chilling debut thriller, a single mother's life is turned upside down when her best friend vanishes.
Last book in series: A Cast of Falcons. The next installment in the Arthur Ellis Award-winning 'Birder Murder Mystery' series finds Chief Inspector Domenic Jejeune in a difficult position - stand by and let a killer escape, or work from the shadows and catch the killer, only to let an old rival reap the rewards.
From the bestselling author of 'The Wrong Man' and 'Eyes on You' comes a harrowing new standalone psychological thriller about a successful self-help author who suddenly finds her life spiraling dangerously out of control.
Last book in series: Recipes for Love and Murder. In 'The Satanic Mechanic', crime-fighting, food-loving heroine Tannie Maria returns to solve another delicious caper: the mystery of her own romantic future.
Last book in series: Saratoga Trifecta. The latest installment in Stephen Dobyns's 'Charlie Bradshaw' mysteries, follows the exploits of Saratoga Springs' most unusual and sardonic detective as he tries to solve the murder of the town pest and rescue an old acquaintance's kidnapped horse.
Last book in series: The Spring at Moss Hill. When Charlotte and Greg find themselves at the Red Clover Inn, their attraction to each other leaves them both asking themselves if they can put love first before it's too late. In the latest installment in the 'Swift River Valley' series, Carla Neggers delivers another irresistible story about love, family, and finding a place to call home.
In the first book in Heather Graham's 'New York Confidential' series, someone is murdering beautiful young women in the New York area and displaying them in mausoleums and in underground tombs. The FBI is handling the case, with Special Agent Craig Frasier as the lead, but when more women are found murdered, it's clear they are dealing with a serial killer...
Last book in series: Devonshire Scream. In the latest 'Tea Shop Mystery', from bestselling author Laura Childs, Theodosia Browning attends a 'Rat Tea,' where the mice will play... at murder.
From the author of 'Everything Matters!' comes the compelling story of a man who takes everything far too literally, and his adventures as the star of a reality TV show.
'One of the Boys' is a riveting and emotionally harrowing debut about two young brothers and their physically and psychologically abusive father.
'The Night Mark' is a sweeping time-slip novel about a woman, caught between the past and present, in a battle with time as she yearns to be reunited with her lost love.
In the tender, heartwarming tradition of Nicholas Sparks, this compelling novel of two strangers in a small coastal town marks a romantic tour de force for internationally bestselling author Davis Bunn.
Last book in series: Love with a Perfect Cowboy. The 'Cupid, Texas' series continues with 'Million Dollar Cowboy', as one cowboy returns home to find true love at the most unexpected time and with the most unexpected woman.
Last book in series: Deep Blue. Doc Ford has been involved in many strange cases, but this one may be one of the strangest. When the ghosts of a 1925 multiple murder begin to stalk him, Doc Ford goes about solving a near-hundred-year-old murder in order to break the curse. But it also means probing the mind of a madman...
'Mad Richard' is a riveting story of talent and the price it exacts, set in a richly imagined Victorian England. Based on the life of painter Richard Dadd, this novel imagines his path intersecting with contemporaries Charlotte Bronte and Charles Dickens, while weaving their divergent lives together with their shared fears and follies, dreams, and crushing illusions.
From bestselling author Karen Kingsbury comes a new book featuring the fan favourite family, the Baxters. Whether you're meeting the Baxter family for the first time or finding them all over again, this book recounts the love story of John and Elizabeth, which is still playing out in the lives of their adult children and grandchildren.
From a previously established YA author comes an adult fiction debut about a woman who vows to discover the fate of her missing cousin - even if it means returning to the family home she had no choice but to run from. Weaving between the past and present, this book explores the secrets families keep and the fierce and terrible love that both binds them together and rips them apart.
An astonishing debut crime thriller, 'Lola' is about an unforgettable woman who combines the genius and ferocity of Lisbeth Salander with the ruthless ambition of Walter White.
The first novel in the all-new 'The Hudson Sisters' series, 'Last Chance Matinee' follows a trio of reluctant sisters as they set out to fulfil their father's dying wish. In the process, they find not only themselves, but the father they only thought they knew.
From Amy Hatvany comes a provocative and compelling novel about two friends whose lives are changed by a drunken kiss. Told in alternating points of view, 'It Happens All the Time' examines the complexity of sexual dynamics between men and women and offers an incisive exploration of gender roles, expectations, and the ever-timely issue of consent.
1502, Italy. With dynamic prose and intimate knowledge of one of the most fascinating periods in Italian history, this book charts the rise of one of history's most fascinating characters, Niccolo Machiavelli, alongside the fall of one of its most spectacular dynasties, the Borgia.
Two sensational unsolved crimes - one in the past, another in the present - are linked by one man’s memory and self-deception in this chilling novel of literary suspense from National Book Award finalist Dan Chaon.
'The Idiot' is a heroic yet self-effacing reckoning with the terror and joy of becoming a person in a world that is as intoxicating as it is disquieting. Featuring emotional and intellectual sensitivity, mordant wit, and pitch-perfect style, this book dramatizes the uncertainty of life on the cusp of adulthood.
From the author of 'The Charm Bracelet' comes a story about an heirloom hope chest and the connection it inspires among three people in need of hope.
From the bestselling author of 'The Dressmaker' and 'A Touch of Stardust' comes a Hollywood coming-of-age novel in which Ingrid Bergman’s affair with Roberto Rossellini forces her biggest fan to reconsider everything she was raised to believe.
In the tradition of a classic Irish trickster tale, complete with a twisting and turning plot, 'Himself' is the story of a small-town rife with secrets and a man trying to uncover the truth about his missing mother. A simmering blend of the supernatural, folklore and mystery, this book also features a healthy dose of quintessentially Irish humour.
The first book in Shelley Shepard Gray's new 'The Amish of Hart County' series begins with a suspenseful tale of Hannah, a young Amish woman who is forced to move to a new town to escape a threatening stalker. But just as Hannah begins settling into her new life, tragedy strikes...
'The Gargoyle Hunters' is a love letter to a vanishing city, and a deeply emotional story of fathers and sons. Hilarious and poignant, this evocative debut novel does for the vividly crumbling New York of the 1970s what E.L. Doctorow's 'Word's Fair' did for the New York of the 1930s.
Last book in series: The Watcher in the Wall. They were the victims no one has ever cared about... until now. Agents Stevens and Windermere return in this blistering new crime novel, as they try to find the killer behind a string of murders. But as they follow a frustratingly light trail of clues, even they will be shocked at where it leads...
Last book in series: Always a Cowboy. In the latest installment in the 'Carsons of Mustang Creek' series, the youngest Carson brother Mace finds himself face to face with Kelly Wright, the woman he rescued ten years earlier. Reluctant to mix business with pleasure, Kelly vows to keep things professional, until her attacker is released from prison and comes for vengeance... against them both.
From the international bestselling author of 'The Ice Twins' comes a chilling psychological thriller about a woman who begins to fear that her stepson's disturbing prediction - that she will be dead by Christmas - may have some truth to it...
Sometimes we choose to see only what we want and sometimes what we see changes the way we look at everything... A sighting of a woman who supposedly died years ago sparks a desperate search for the truth in this breakout suspense thriller.
'A Family Secret' is the newest novel from Sunday Times bestselling author Josephine Cox, featuring all the drama, heartbreak and hope that her readers have come to love.
From the bestselling author of 'How to Eat a Cupcake' comes a mystery, a love story, and a mother daughter tale about two women on a precarious journey to uncover their true selves
Last book in series: Marked in Flesh. Bestselling author Anne Bishop returns to her world of the Others, as humans struggle to survive in the shadow of shapeshifters and vampires far more powerful than themselves…
Last book in series: The Vorrh. Once again blending the real and the imagined, 'The Erstwhile' brings historical figures such as William Blake and places such as the Bedlam Asylum together with ingenious creatures, to create an unforgettable novel that continues the groundbreaking storytelling found in 'The Vorrh'.
Erfurt, Germany, 1944. From the author of 'The Road to Reckoning' comes a brutal and brilliant novel that charts the rise of a young man, held in the grasp of denial, who must awaken to the reality of the genocide he has a hand in.
For readers of 'Luckiest Girl Alive' comes a clever debut novel of suspense about a young woman - presumed dead - who leads her twin sister on a twisted scavenger hunt in order to solve the mystery of her disappearance.
In this stunning psychological debut thriller, a young television producer becomes tangled in a world of corruption and cover-ups when she investigates the disappearance of a beautiful Georgetown lawyer.
From the Hugo Award-winning author of 'Redshirts' and 'Old Man's War' comes the first novel in a space-opera sequence set in an all-new universe where space travel is made possible through an extra-dimensional field named, The Flow. But when humans are threatened to be cut off from this new space travel, three individuals enter a race against time to discover what, if anything, can be salvaged from an interstellar empire on the brink of collapse.
'The Book of Polly' is a laugh-out-loud story about a girl determined to keep up with her aging, crazy-as-a-fox, mother and learn the truth of her mother's long-secret past. Featuring a great blend of humour, sadness, pathos and hilarity, this is a bittersweet novel about the grip of love in a truly quirky family.
Last book in series: Name of the Devil. In the third book in the starred reviewed 'Jessica Blackwood' series, magician-turned-FBI agent Jessica Blackwood investigates a series of seemingly unrelated, but equally bizarre and sinister, crimes that lead her to the Colorado desert and a town that has simply disappeared...
Inventive, warm, playful and full of Weldon's trademark ironic edge, 'Before the War' is a spellbinding tale about a young woman in London between WWI and WWII.
From the author of 'The Big Love', who has been described as a cross between Candace Bushnell and Edith Wharton, comes a hilarious and emotionally charged novel about a couple who embark on an open marriage - what could possibly go wrong?
Told through alternating viewpoints, 'Almost Missed You' is a powerful story of a mother’s love, a husband’s betrayal, connections that maybe should have been missed, secrets that perhaps shouldn’t have been kept, and spaces between what’s meant to be and what might have been.
An adventure tale and an elegy to one of the greatest writers of our language, 'The Adventures of John Carson in Several Quarters of the World' is an inspired take on Robert Louis Stevenson's planned, but-unwritten, picaresque novel and the great Scottish author's early life in 1880s San Francisco.
'The Accusation' is a collection of searing and heart-wrenching stories, by an anonymous North Korean writer, that expose the truth of the North Korean regime. Smuggled out of the country to be published abroad, this is the first piece of dissident fiction to ever come out of the country.
From the author of 'The Blondes', comes an utterly addictive, brilliant novel about rum-running in the 1920s. 'Men Walking on Water' is like 'The Wire' transplanted to Prohibition-era Detroit.
'Say Nothing' is a powerful and moving breakout thriller about a couple who are plunged into unimaginable terror when their children are kidnapped. They will stop at nothing to get their children back, no matter the cost to themselves... or to each other.
Edgar and Lucy' is a masterfully written story of a broken family struggling to stay together.
From the author of 'Still Missing' comes a new thriller about a woman who is convinced her ex-husband, who was just released from jail, is behind a string of attacks, despite claiming he's a different person and doesn't want to do her any harm. But can he really change? Or is the one who wants her dead even closer to home than she thought?
Last book in series: Off the Grid. In the thrilling new novel from bestselling author C.J. Box, the past comes back to haunt game warden Joe Pickett and his family with devastating effect.
Last book in series: Fire Touched. Attacked and abducted in her home territory, Mercy Thompson, mechanic and shapeshifter, finds herself in the clutches of the most powerful vampire in the world. But when Mercy manages to escape in coyote form, she finds herself without money, without clothing, and alone in the heart of Europe…
Last book in series: Treachery at Lancaster Gate. Queen Victoria herself presents the head of England’s top investigative force, Thomas Pitt, with his most high stakes case yet in the thirty-second and final installment of the bestselling 'Charlotte and Thomas Pitt' mystery series.
Last book in series: The Bone Tree. The endgame is at hand for Penn Cage, his family, and the enemies working to destroy them in this exhilarating final volume in the epic 'Natchez Burning' trilogy set in modern Natchez, Mississippi.
Last book in series: Clawback. In the latest Ali Reynolds mystery from bestselling author J.A. Jance, Ali takes to the high seas with her husband in an attempt to prove Roger McGeary's suicide was really a murder...
Last book in series: Journey to Munich. In the latest chapter of Winspear's 'Maisie Dobbs' series, Britain has become engulfed in a second World War. The indomitable Maisie Dobbs is plunged into a treacherous battle of her own when she stumbles onto the deaths of refugees who may have been more than ordinary people seeking sanctuary...
From the internationally bestselling author of 'The Reluctant Fundamentalist' and 'How to Get Filthy Rich in Rising Asia' comes a love story that unfolds in a world being irrevocably transformed by migration.
In this thrilling new drama from bestselling author Danielle Steel, a TV journalist and ex-Navy SEAL delve deep under the surface of political influence and power to uncover the corruption that lies beneath.
Last book in series: Gangster. The year is 1911. Chief Investigator Isaac Bell of the Van Dorn Detective Agency has had many extraordinary cases before. But none quite like this... Isaac Bell may be on the hunt for the greatest monster of all time in the newest action-adventure novel from bestselling author, Clive Cussler.
Filled with impeccable research and captivating prose, 'The Confessions of Young Nero' is the story of a boy’s ruthless ascension to the throne. Detailing his journey from innocent youth to infamous ruler, this book is an epic tale of the lengths to which man will go in the ultimate quest for power and survival.
From the bestselling author of 'The Dog Stars and The Painter' comes a luminous, masterful novel of suspense - the story of Celine, an elegant, aristocratic private eye who specializes in reuniting families in an attempt to make amends for a loss in her own past
From the author of 'Gone to the Forest', comes a mesmerizing, psychologically taut novel about a marriage's end and the secrets we all carry.
With familiar characters – including three of the most important writers in English literature: Daniel Defoe ('Robinson Crusoe'), Jonathan Swift ('Gulliver’s Travels'), and fashionable poet Alexander Pope – and a gripping plot, 'What If the Queen Should Die?' is the thrilling historical tale of Britain’s most tragic queen - Queen Anne.
Last book in series: Where It Hurts. Former Suffolk County cop Gus Murphy returns to prowl the meaner streets of Long Island’s darkest precincts with a Russian mercenary at his back, in the stunning second installment of Reed Farrel Coleman’s critically acclaimed series
Last book in series: After You Die. When a transwoman is found murdered by the river, DI Zigic and DS Ferreira from the Hate Crimes Unit are called in to unravel this complex case where any mistake could turn fatal...
From the author of 'Doing Harm', comes a thriller in which a grieving, vengeful husband stalks the surgeon he blames for his wife's untimely death, bringing her to the brink of madness.
From the dawn of the twentieth century to the devastation of World War II, this exhilarating novel of love, war, art, and family gives voice to two extraordinary women and brings to life the true story behind the creation and near destruction of Gustav Klimt's most remarkable paintings.
Last book in series: Real Tigers. When a bomb goes off in the middle of a busy shopping center and kills forty innocent civilians, River Cartwright and the agents of Slough House will have to figure out who is behind the act of terror before the situation escalates...
In this compelling coming-of-age novel, the Giller-shortlisted author of the classic 'Monkey Beach' blends humour and heartbreak with striking originality and precision. Everyday in this book, teen existence meets indigenous beliefs, crazy family dynamics, and cannibalistic river otters.
In the tradition of 'House of Cards' and Michael Connelly's 'Bosch' series comes a polished and gripping political thriller debut introducing Peter Rena, a fixer hired by the president to vet his nominee for the Supreme Court.
From the author of 'The Gates of Evangeline' comes a thrilling mystery that combines literary suspense and romance and features Charlotte 'Charlie' Cates, an unforgettable heroine whose dark visions bring to light secrets that will heal or destroy those around her...
From the author of 'A Good American' comes a powerful story of two friends and the unintended consequences of friendship, loss, and hope. A poignant coming-of-age novel and a moving family drama, 'Setting Free the Kites' is an exploration of the terrible costs of misplaced hope.
From the author of 'The Sympathizer', winner of the 2016 Pulitzer Prize for Fiction, comes a collection of stories imbued with Nguyen's extraordinary gift for writing that explores questions of home, family, immigration, and the American experience.
In this electrifying debut of desire and obsession, deceit and dark secrets, a young woman who channels the dead for a living crosses a dangerous line when she falls in love with one of her clients whose wife died under mysterious circumstances.
From the Pulitzer Prize-winning author Sam Shepard comes his first work of long fiction - a novel of memory, mystery, death, and life - that follows a man from the landscapes of California to the deserts of Santa Fe, to a film set in Oklahoma, where he encounters the people and moments that shape him as a person.
Last book in series: Out of the Blues. 'Old Bones' is a timely and penetrating mystery about the intersection of policing, racism, and community - set in a city at its boiling point - from an author who’s been in the trenches and seen it all.
Deeply poignant and hugely entertaining, 'Next Year, For Sure' offers an unflinching, sage and mesmerizing portrait of an open relationship. Illustrating a luminous portrait of a relationship from two perspectives, this is a tremendously honest story about a great love pushed to the edge and what lies at the mysterious heart of relationships.
From the critically acclaimed author of 'The Same Sky', comes a deeply personal story about what defines a mother.
Last book in series: Gone Again. In the latest 'Jack Swyteck' novel, which is based on true-life events, a woman is accused of murdering the man who sexually assaulted her, and now it's up to Jack to uncover where the truth lies between innocence, vengeance, and justice.
'Minds of Winter' is the story of Fay Morgan and Nelson Nilsson, two individuals who arrive in Inuvik Canada in search of answers about missing family members, only to realize that their relatives share an extraordinary and historic connection - a secret share in one of the greatest unsolved mysteries of polar expedition.
Last book in series: Marked for Life. 'Marked for Revenge', the second installment in the fast-paced, high-stakes trilogy from Emelie Schepp, involves the international drug trade and child trafficking and features the brilliant, enigmatic prosecutor Jana Berzelius, whose own dark past has, until recently, been hidden even from herself.
Set in an English cathedral city, 'The Lost Book of the Grail' tells the story of obsessive bibliophile and Holy Grail fanatic Arthur Prescott as he works to uncover a long lost secret about a cathedral’s past - and its connections to King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table.
From the author of 'Safe House', comes a standalone thriller about a man who steps in to save a witness-in-hiding, but ends up triggering a chain of events with devastating consequences.
Last book in series: The Sundown Speech. When Amos Walker is hired to track down Carl Fannon's missing partner, whose sudden disappearance has jeopardized their firm's plans, he doesn't expect to find him dead in a basement vault. But when it turns out that Fannon's been buying up real estate on behalf of the international fugitive Madam Sing, things get even more complicated...
'The Impossible Fortress' is a dazzling debut novel - at once a charming romance and a moving coming-of-age story - about what happens when a fourteen-year old boy pretends to seduce a girl to steal a copy of 'Playboy' but then discovers she is his computer-loving soulmate.
The first novel in a sweeping historical trilogy, beginning in rural, pre-WWI England, 'The Horseman' is a return to the world invoked in Pears' first award-winning novel, 'In the Place of Fallen Leaves', and follows the story of Leo, a talented horse rider, as he leaves his family and community and heads to war.
Last book in series: Back Blast. . In 'Gunmetal Gray', Court Gentry is back on the inside of the CIA, but when his first mission includes a pair of Chinese agents trying to take him down, he wants to know why...
When Dahlia Waller goes on a journey to understand her past, she soon learns that in her mother's world of secrets, not all questions are meant to be answered... From the author of 'Remember Mia' comes a psychological suspense novel that asks: 'What if you were the worst thing your mother ever did?'
A compelling and evocative novel with an unsettling question at its heart, 'The Golden Hour' explores the power of art to connect, to heal, and to reveal our most painful and necessary truths.
From the author of 'The Trinity Six' comes a brilliant novel of modern espionage, where MI6's Thomas Kell faces off against a handsome and charismatic Russian double agent. But, as the face off reaches its boiling point and Britain is threatened with a catastrophic terrorist attack, Kell is faced with an impossible choice...
In 'Devil in Spring', bestselling author Lisa Kleypas delivers an unforgettable tale of a strong-willed beauty who encounters her match in one of London's most notorious - yet irresistible - rakes.
'The Dark and Other Love Stories' is a collection of subtle, complex stories - about the love between a man and his pet crow, an alcoholic and his AA sponsor, a mute migrant and a newspaper reporter and more - that show how love ties us to one another and to the world.
Last book in series: Hard Rules. Rules were meant to be broken... 'Wall Street' meets 'Sons of Anarchy' in this explosive second novel in the sexy new 'Dirty Money' series, from the author of the highly acclaimed 'Inside Out' series.
Last book in series: Taking Pity. In the latest installment of the 'Detective Sergeant McAvoy' novels, and the first to be set in the United States, Hull's most enigmatic detective is treading unfamiliar ground in his search for answers.
Last book in series: A Gathering of Shadows. The battle between four magical Londons comes to a head in this stunning finale to the bestselling 'Shades of Magic' trilogy.
From the author of 'Before I Go' comes an unconventional but beautiful love story about a young woman who is allergic to other humans and a man who is trying to get his life together.
From the author of 'The Longing of Wayward Girls' comes a gothic-inflected psychological suspense that unmasks the secret desires of a young woman with a mystical gift.
Last book in series: A Bed of Scorpions. Whip-smart amateur sleuth Samantha Clair returns in the newest novel from the bestselling author of 'A Murder of Magpies'. Armed once again with her biting commentary, her boyfriend Inspector Jake Field, and her stalwart Goth assistant, Sam must track down a murderer and face a pair from 'Thugs 'R' Us'.
From the author of 'Stay Alive', 'The Final Minute' and 'The Witness' comes a gripping thriller about a ruthless crime gang, a rich, dysfunctional family with a terrible past, and a highly ambitious man so cruel and ruthless that he must be brought down at any cost...
'Be My Wolff' is a moving, original love story about a sister and her adopted brother who have a one-of-a-kind connection.
Last book in series: Christmas Caramel Murder. A romantic seven-day cruise is the perfect start to bakery owner Hannah Swensen's marriage. However, with a murder mystery heating up in Lake Eden, Minnesota, it seems the newlywed's homecoming won't be as sweet as she anticipated...
From the 2015 Baileys Prize-winning author of 'How to be Both' comes an unconventional love story that plays across the boundaries of time and history. This book is part of the 'Seasonal' quartet: four stand-alone novels, separate, yet interconnected, that explore the concept of time, how we experience it, and the recurring markers that shape our lives.
Last book in series: The Language of Secrets. 'Among the Ruins' is a novel that explores what it means to be Muslim in the West today, when a murder of a filmmaker in Iran leads Detectives Esa Khattak and Rachel Getty into the heart of Iran's tumultuous politics.
From the author of 'Blackberry Winter' comes the romantic and gripping story of a woman who, while on her way to dinner with her fiance, encounters a ragged homeless man who turns out to be the ex she’s never gotten over.
In prison, accused of murder, Tully Truegood begins to write her life story. A story that takes her from a young girl in the backstreets of 18th century London to her stepmother Queenie's Fairy House where she is trained to become a courtesan. Part historical fiction, part magical realism, this is a haunting and evocative tale of a young woman's journey.
Filled with humour and heart, 'All Our Wrong Todays' follows Tom Barren as he tries to figure out who he really is and what his future is supposed to be.
In Lisa Gardner's newest thriller, following her bestselling 'Find Her', ex-FBI Profiler Pierce Quincy and his wife, former police officer Rainie Conner, consult on a new case that hits far too close to home.
Last book in series: No Shred of Evidence. In the nineteenth installment of the 'Inspector Ian Rutledge Mystery' series, Scotland Yard's Ian Rutledge finds himself caught in a twisted web of vengeance, old grievances, and secrets that lead back to World War I.
From the author of 'Orphan Train' comes a stunning and atmospheric novel of friendship, passion, and art, inspired by Andrew Wyeth's mysterious and iconic painting 'Christina's World'. Told in evocative and lucid prose, this is a story about the burdens and blessings of family history, and how artist and muse can come together to forge a new and timeless legacy.
Neil Gaiman has long been inspired by ancient mythology when creating the fantastical realms of his fiction. Now, in this instant classic, he presents a dazzling version of Great Norse myths.
From the acclaimed Hollywood writer/director and author of 'The Player' comes a panoramic vision - suspenseful, comedic, and prophetic - that is set in a near-future California that has been devastated by NK3, a memory-destroying virus from North Korea.
From bestselling author Sophie Kinsella comes a new novel that is part love story, part workplace comedy, and part witty critique on the judgements we make in a social-media obsessed culture.
Set in Montreal and New York between the wars, 'The Lonely Hearts Hotel' is a spellbinding story about two orphans whose unusual magnetism and talent allow them to imagine a sensational future.
'If Not for You' is a powerful and uplifting opposites-attract story, about a young woman who has just left the clutches of her overbearing parents and the rough-around-the-edges mechanic who’s all wrong for her, but who changes her life in all the right ways.
In 'Humans, Bow Down', the world is run by machines and humans are an endangered species. With nothing left to lose, Six, a feisty, determined young woman whose family was killed with the first shots of the war, is a rebel with a cause. On the run for her life, Six is determined to save humanity before the robots finish what the Great War started and wipe humans off the face of the earth forever.
In the latest thriller from the master of suspense, Alex Delaware and Milo Sturgis investigate the death of Delaware's most mysterious patient to date: a woman who led a long life full of dark secrets...
This chilling new suspense novel from the bestselling author J.D. Robb is the perfect entry point into the compelling 'In Death' police procedural series featuring Lieutenant Eve Dallas.
People disappear to Rockton so no-one can find them, but the trouble is people also disappear from Rockton... In 'A Darkness Absolute', bestselling author Kelley Armstrong returns to Rockton for more page-turning suspense following her national bestseller, 'City of the Lost'.
Last book in series: Born of Betrayal. In the next book in the bestselling 'The League: Nemesis Rising' series, Bastien Cabarro has been targeted by The League after his wife pins the murder of his entire family on him. Major Ember Wyldestarrin must decide whether she brings him in and lets three nations fall, or let her entire family die instead...
In this striking novel, Joyce Carol Oates tells the story of two very different and yet intimately linked American families whose destinies are defined by their warring convictions on abortion. Powerful, resonant and provocative, this novel offers a timely depiction of an issue hotly debated on a national stage.
Last book in series: The Theory of Death. In the latest installment of the 'Decker/Lazarus' series, Rina Lazarus makes a shocking discovery in the woods that leads her husband, police detective Peter Decker, through a series of gruesome, decades old, unsolved murders that point to a diabolical serial killer who is hiding in plain sight...
'This is Where I Leave You' meets 'The Particular Sadness of Lemon Cake' in this wonderful novel about a boy who becomes a girl and the family that loves them both.
From the author of 'Outline', which was shortlisted for the Giller Prize and praised as a novel that 'delivers more human truths than most memories ever could', comes a loosely linked follow-up that is sure to captivate readers yet again.
From the author of 'The Family Fang' comes a warmhearted and moving story about a young woman making a family on her own terms. Featuring compassion and charm, this book illustrates, with grace and humour, that the best families are the ones we make for ourselves.
'Winter Journey' is a moving and thought-provoking story of love, loss and sacrifice, and inspired by a true incident that took place in Poland in 1941. Part mystery and part forensic investigation, this book features a village's terrible secret and the Australian woman who travels to Poland to uncover the truth...
Last book in series: Sunrise Crossing. In the heart of Ransom Canyon, sometimes the right match for a lonely soul is the one you least expect... 'Wild Horse Springs' is the fifth book in the much-loved 'Ransom Canyon' series, which chronicles the passionate lives and loves of five families and a town where community comes first and love thrives in the unlikeliest of places.
Fifteen-year-old Yasmin Doner is a social misfit who yearns to be close to Alice Taylor, a girl at school. When a man starts staring at Alice, Yasmin - convinced the man is going to take her - decides to find out more about him so she will be the one who can save her. But as Yasmin discovers more about him, her affections begin to shift... and then Alice vanishes.
From the bestselling author of the 'Hope River' series comes a new contemporary midwife novel that takes place on Sea Gull Island - a tiny remote Canadian island - and features Clara Perry, a woman desperate to leave her past behind and start over. But when Clara forms a tentative relationship with a local police officer, she learns that no matter how far you run, you can never really hide from your past.
As a young girl, Willow watched her mother leave their home in a literal blaze of glory. But with her mother recently passing, her boyfriend dumping her, and discovering she's pregnant, Willow is forced to return to her childhood home and try to make a go of the legacy her mother left behind. From the author of 'The Firelight Girls' comes a story about discovering that the last thing you want is sometimes the one thing you need.
Last book in series: Spider Game. A mysterious woman with her own agenda rescues a captured GhostWalker soldier held by a secret enemy. Together they uncover a conspiracy that extends beyond the reaches of the US government and proves a deadly threat to national security…
From acclaimed story writer Sana Krasikov comes an epic debut that examines the effect of the Cold War on three generations of one Jewish American family, from the 1930s to present day.
Following in the footsteps of her critically acclaimed novel 'If You Only Knew', bestselling author Kristan Higgins returns with a pitch-perfect look at the affection - and the acrimony - that binds sisters together.
In this whip-smart high-wire stand-alone novel from Edgar Award-winning author Thomas Perry, the toppling of a Middle Eastern government suddenly makes a decades-old case a priority for American military intelligence.
Psychological insight, social commentary, vicious satire, and even surrealist horror are combined in this hilariously dark and unflinching portrait of modern society - the long-awaited sequel to 'The Winshaw Legacy'.
The Whiting Award-winning author of the story collection 'Reasons for and Advantages of Breathing', delivers her enchanting debut novel set in 1916 Tennessee. 'The Midnight Cool' is a rich and rewarding tale of two flawed yet endearing grifters who pursue women, wealth, and a surprisingly valuable commodity for the troops in Europe: mules.
In this enthralling debut novel about fate and family history, a young woman sees the truth about people written on their skin and it may be the key to not only her own happiness, but also of those around her. Pulsing with humanity and breathing life into unexpected fragments of history, 'Indelible' illustrates our need to connect with others and the past.
'I Liked My Life' is an engrossing debut novel about a devoted mother who commits suicide, leaving her husband and teenage daughter to redefine their understanding of family, while she meddles from beyond the grave.
From leading post-modernist novelist Robert Coover comes a continuation of the great American classic, 'Huckleberry Finn'. In this book, on the eve of the Civil War, Huck and his pal Tom Sawyer set out for the Territory to avoid civilization. But in the course of their adventures, both Huck and Tom will come face to face with some hard truths and harder choices.
A BEA Buzz Book Select and one of the most daring literary debuts of the season, 'History of Wolves' is a profound and propulsive novel about a fourteen-year-old girl who just wants to belong and whose choices reverberate through her entire life.
The author of the wildly popular 'The Kind Worth Killing' returns with an electrifying and downright Hitchcockian psychological thriller as tantalizing as the cinema classics 'Rear Window' and 'Wait Until Dark', involving a young woman caught in a vise of voyeurism, betrayal, manipulation, and murder.
From the author of 'The Tears of Dark Water' comes a gripping legal thriller about a garment factory in Bangladesh and the backlash the American clothing chain experiences when a fatal fire occurs and an image of a young dead factory worker goes viral.
From the author of 'Livability', the winner of the Oregon Book Award, and the screenwriter of the acclaimed films 'Meek's Cutoff' and 'Night Moves', comes a brilliant, searching novel about death and politics, revealing how the fates of our families are irrevocably tied to the currents of history.
'The Fire by Night' is a powerful and evocative debut novel about two American military nurses during World War II that illuminates the unsung heroism of women who risked their lives in the fight. A riveting saga of friendship, valour, sacrifice, and survival, this book combines the grit and selflessness of 'Band of Brothers' with the emotional resonance of 'The Nightingale'.
From Liane Moriarty's sister comes an intriguing debut of four women whose lifelong friendship is fractured when a fun vacation game turns destructive, exposing dark secrets, deeply buried grudges, and a shocking betrayal...
'Fever Dream' is a nightmare come to life, a ghost story for the real world, a love story and a cautionary tale. One of the freshest new voices to come out of the Spanish language and translated into English for the first time, Samanta Schweblin's debut is an absorbing, unsettling novel that tells the story of broken souls, toxins, and the power and desperation of family.
Last book in series: False Positive. In the latest thriller starring Alabamian police Detective Cooper Devereaux, a deadly secret is exposed after an arsonist begins targeting local schools. Now it's up to Devereaux to put a stop to the pyromaniac before it's too late.
Last book in series: The Curse of Tenth Grave. Grim Reaper Charley Davidson is back in the eleventh installment of Darynda Jones' bestselling paranormal series, featuring cheating husbands, missing people, demons, evil gods and lots and lots of dead people.
Last book in series: Chasing Shadows. When forensic psychologist Claire Britten started working with lawyer Nick Markwood on his South Shores project, she had no idea it would endanger her life - and the life of her daughter. But when her little girl goes missing, Nick insists his longtime nemesis is to blame and together they frantically follow a trail to the Cayman Islands, desperate to save her daughter before it's too late...
From the author of 'Three Souls' comes a new novel set in early-twentieth-century Shanghai, where, as an ancient imperial dynasty collapses, a new government struggles to life and two girls - one a Eurasian orphan, the other a daughter of privilege - are bound together in a friendship that will be tested by duty, honour and love.
'Difficult Women' is a powerhouse collection of stories from the bestselling author of 'Bad Feminist', that provides a wry, beautiful, haunting vision of modern America.
From the two-time Man Booker shortlisted author Sebastian Barry comes a haunting and spectacular novel, set before and during the American Civil War, that tells the story of two Irish immigrant men and the makeshift family they create with a young Sioux girl, as well as their time spent fighting in the Civil War.
Last book in series: The Plague of Thieves Affair. In the next thrilling installment in the charming historical mystery series from MWA Grand Masters Marcia Muller and Bill Pronzini, professional Detectives Carpenter and Quincannon learn that stopping extortionists is not only grand, but excitingly lucrative...
Last book in series: Run you down. From the author of the Edgar-nominated 'Invisible City' comes a timely thriller about a murder that occurred in Brooklyn after the Crown Heights riots of 1991 and the man who may have been wrongly convicted. Told in part through the eyes of an eyewitness and the massacre’s sole survivor, 'Conviction' examines the power and cost of community, loyalty, and denial.
Last book in series: Coconut Cowboy. In the 20th installment of the 'Serge Storm' series, a storm is brewing for a cabal of bad guys gaming the Florida state lottery and Serge is sure to hit it big. But winning has never been this deadly...
'The Believer' is an intricately plotted and brilliantly conceived stand-alone sequel to the international bestseller 'The Swimmer', turning the hottest political topics of our time into a complex, resonant thriller in the vein of John LeCarre.
David and Adele seem like the perfect pair, until David's new secretary gets closer to them and comes to realize that something is very wrong with their marriage... For fans of 'Luckiest Girl Alive' and Stephen King, this psychological thriller illustrates just how far a person will go to protect a marriage's secret.
In the tradition of Jennifer Weiner's 'Little Earthquakes' comes a hilarious and heartbreaking story about the strength of female friendship and the many forms and shapes of the modern family.
Bestselling author Beatriz Williams recreates the New York City of 'A Certain Age' in this deliciously spicy adventure that mixes past and present and centers on a Jazz Age love triangle involving a rugged Prohibition agent, a saucy redheaded flapper, and a debonair Princetonian from a wealthy family.
From the bestselling author of 'The Guest Room' comes a spine-tingling novel of lies, loss, and buried desire - the mesmerizing story of a wife and mother who vanishes from her bed late one night.
Last book in series: The Wolves. To unmask a CIA mole, John Wells must resume his old undercover identity as an al Qaeda jihadi - and hope he can survive it - in the new cutting-edge novel from bestselling author Alex Berenson.
Last book in series: Orphan X. When the Nowhere Man is reached by the truly desperate, he will do anything to save them... Continuing the electrifying series featuring Evan Smoak, 'The Nowhere Man' is the latest installment in Gregg Hurwitz 'Orphan X' series.
When Detective Harriet Blue of the Sydney Police Department is sent to a desolate Australian outback to investigate the disappearance of a co-worker, she'll have to get to the bottom of an isolated mine's mysteries before she vanishes into the wilds of the never never for good...
In the tradition of 'The Girl on the Train', 'The Silent Wife' and 'Gone Girl' comes an enthralling psychological thriller that spins one woman's seemingly good fortune, and another woman's mysterious fate, through a kaleidoscope of duplicity, death and deception.
From the author of 'The Winter Palace' comes the passionate, sweeping story of Bronia, an extraordinary ballerina who is forever in the shadow of the legendary Nijinsky - Russia’s greatest dancer and her older brother.
From the internationally celebrated author of 'The New York Trilogy', comes a sweeping story of birthright and possibility, of love and the fullness of life itself, in which readers follow the four parallel lives, loves, and obsessions of one remarkable boy during a time of great change in America.
In 'October: The Story of the Russian Revolution', Marxist fantasy author China Mieville plunges readers into the year the world was turned upside down in this re-telling of the events of the Russian Revolution.
'The New Farm' is the inspiring and sometimes hilarious story of a family that quit the rat race and left the city to live out their ideals on an organic farm, and ended up building a model for a new kind of agriculture.
Being vegetarian has never been simpler or more delicious! Filled with cooking tips, preparation techniques and information on a vegetarian pantry, 'Vegetarian Everyday' includes more than 100 vegetarian recipes from the bestselling authors of 'Quinoa 365'.
From acclaimed music critic and author of 'Springsteen: Album by Album' comes the real story behind the legendary beach bum, rock star, and billionaire musician, Jimmy Buffett, who has enchanted audiences of Parrotheads for over four decades with his tropical fantasy world of Margaritaville.
From the author of 'In Harms Way' and 'Horse Soldiers' comes a powerful work of literary military history. Based on hundreds of interviews, dozens of detailed letters, Pentagon after-action reports and more, this book gives a harrowing and redemptive account of an American army platoon fighting for survival during the Vietnam War.
While the majority of people are in tune with their thoughts and emotions, most of us are woefully lacking when it comes to being aware of how others see us. In this book, executive coach Tasha Eurich shows readers how to develop better self-awareness in order to improve work performance, leadership skills, interpersonal relationships, and more.
'Hard Road' tells the story of Bernie Guindon, the founder of Satan's Choice, which was the second-largest biker club in the world in the 1960s (after the Hells Angels, which Bernie would join briefly in the early 2000s). Featuring extensive interviews from his biker friends and family, this book also includes an interview with Guindon's son, Harley, a convict and outlaw biker himself.
From the widely acclaimed biographer of Norman Mailer, Peggy Guggenheim, Henry Miller, and Louise Bryant comes the first full biography of Ernest Hemingway in more than fifteen years. This biography is also the first to draw upon a wide array of never-before-used material.
From the author of 'Hatching Twitter' comes the thrilling inside story of the rise and fall of Ross Ulbricht, aka the Dread Pirate Roberts, the founder of the online black market Silk Road. Silk Road was created in 2011 and was a website where individuals could buy or sell anything anonymously - a feature that encouraged the buying and selling of drugs, spying software, forged passports and more.
From a longtime Wall Street Journal writer comes a bracingly honest yet sympathetic account of living with anxiety - a disorder that afflicts 18% of adult Americans - coupled with deep reportage on the cutting-edge science that is driving research on the condition.
Dennis Prescott - previously a Canadian musician - taught himself to cook by reading Jamie Oliver and went on to amass over 350k followers on Instagram as well as partnerships with Food & Wine and Eater. In his debut cookbook, which is stuffed with full-colour photography, Prescott focuses on his favourite comfort foods from around the globe.
'Where I Live Now' is an intimate and uplifting book about finding renewal and hope through grief and loss. Butala's book, 'The Perfection of the Morning' was a finalist for the Governor General's Award.
Dr. Terry Wahls presents the long-awaited cookbook companion to 'The Wahls Protocol', the groundbreaking guide to reversing autoimmune conditions through diet, featuring more than 125 delicious, nutritionally dense recipes tailored to each level of the Wahls Paleo Diet.
Cookbooks 'Salt, Fat, Acid, Heat' is a visionary new master class in cooking that distills decades of professional experience into just four simple elements. It features 150 illustrations that reveal an atlas to the world of flavour by renowned illustrator Wendy MacNaughton.
From bestselling cookbook author Jessica Seinfeld comes an all-new collection of more than 125 delectable recipes perfect for the reality of the actual human experience: sometimes healthy, sometimes indulgent, but delicious either way.
From the bestselling author of 'You Are a Baddass: How to Stop Doubting Your Greatness' comes a step-by-step guide to helping people overcome their blocks, push past their fears, and start making the kind of money they’ve never made before.
From 'Fortune' writer and bestselling author of 'Inside Apple' comes an expose of Uber, the multibillion dollar Silicon Valley upstart that has disrupted the transportation industry around the world.
In this wide-ranging narrative, seasoned travel and environmental writer Alex Shoumatoff, the author of 'Legends of the American Desert', takes readers on a journey from the woods of rural New York to the rain forests of the Amazon and Borneo, documenting both the abundance of life and the threats to these vanishing Edens.
At 23, Andrew Forsthoefel graduated from Middlebury College and was ready to begin his adult life, but had no idea how. So he decided to walk. 'Walking to Listen' is a memoir of one young man's coming of age on a cross-country trek, that is told through the stories of the people of all ages, races, and inclinations he meets along the highways of America.
In 'There is No F*cking Secret', TV personality and fashion designer Kelly Osbourne reflects on lessons learned from her unconventional life and journey from 'ugly duckling' to 'lavender swan' in her signature shamelessly honest voice. Osbourne is the daughter of Ozzy Osbourne, the lead singer of Black Sabbath.
In 'Solitude', the author of 'The End of Absence', which won the 2014 Governor General's Award, explores the profound emotional and intellectual benefits of solitude, and how we may achieve it in our fast-paced world.
From the bestselling author of 'Manson' comes the comprehensive, authoritative, and tragic story of preacher Jim Jones, who was responsible for the Jonestown Massacre - the largest murder-suicide in American history.
'Rebel Mother' is an adventure tale and intimate true story of a boy on the run with his mother – a housewife turned radical - who kidnapped him from a small Mennonite town in Kansas and fled to South America to find the communist revolution.
From the bestselling author of 'Elizabeth the Queen' comes a revealing new biography of Prince Charles, the man who has waited his whole life to be King. Drawing on extensive access to Charles' inner circle, this unauthorized biography, the first major one in over twenty years, is filled with new insights into his marriages and his family.
'The Post-Widget Society' shows readers how, despite advancements in digital technology, economic growth is largely stagnant. A bold, path-breaking book that illustrates profound implications for the future, this book is necessary reading for anyone concerned about our economic and political future.
From renowned songwriter, singer, and wife of Waylon Jennings comes an intimate, enormously entertaining memoir of American music, of life with Waylon and the 'Outlaws', and of faith lost and found. Featuring a parade of notable country musicians, including Johnny Cash, Willie Nelson, George Jones and more, this is an intimate portrait of one of America's most beloved singer-songwriters.
From the founders of TheMuse.com comes a definitive guide to navigating the changing modern workplace and vast new frontier of career options. Full of practical advice as well as exercises, tips and techniques, this book will help readers figure out their perfect career path.
In 'Nevertheless', Alec Baldwin, one of the most accomplished and outspoken actors today, chronicles the highs and lows of his life. Told with his signature candour, astute observational savvy and devastating wit, this candid memoir reveals an Alec Baldwin audiences have never seen before.
In 'Mirror Touch', a doctor with a rare - seemingly superhuman - neurological trait, the ability to feel others' emotions and physical sensations, takes readers on a compelling tour deep into the human brain in this blend of memoir and scientific exploration that combines the compassionate wisdom of Oliver Sacks and the personal revelations of Jill Bolte Taylor's 'My Stroke of Insight'.
From the author of 'Sarah's Key' comes a vividly compelling portrait and celebration of an intriguing, hugely popular and (at the time) critically underrated writer, Daphne du Maurier. With a rhythm and intimacy to its prose, characteristic of all Tatiana de Rosnay’s works, this non-fiction debut pays homage to the author of 'Rebecca' and the writer who influenced de Rosnay so deeply.
With a rare clarity and fearless honesty, journalist Daemon Fairless tackles the horrors and compulsions of male violence from the perspective of someone who struggles with violent impulses himself, creating a non-fiction masterpiece with the narrative power of novels such as 'Fight Club' and 'A History of Violence'.
In 'Letterman', NYT comedy critic Jason Zinoman delivers the definitive story of the life and artistic legacy of David Letterman, the greatest television talk show host of all time and the signature comedic voice of a generation.
From the bestselling author of 'Citizens of London' and 'Those Angry Days' comes a groundbreaking account of how Britain became the base of operations for the exiled leaders of Europe in their desperate struggle to reclaim their continent from Hitler.
From the New Yorker staff writer and bestselling author of 'The Lost City of Z' comes a twisting, haunting true-life murder mystery about one of the most monstrous crimes in American history - The Osage Murders of the 1920s. A masterpiece of narrative non-fiction, this book also illustrates the searing indictment of the callousness and prejudice toward Indigenous Americans.
In 'How to Be Heard', the bestselling author of 'Bad Feminist' explores the urgent concept of being heard and getting people to listen. Incredibly accessible, this book is filled with brave, practical, and inspiring wisdom for anyone pursuing a creative life and wanting to learn how to be heard when it matters most.
From the creator of Bulletproof Coffee and the author of the bestselling 'The Bulletproof Diet' comes a revolutionary plan to upgrade your brainpower - in two weeks or less. Combining the latest findings in neuroscience and neurobiology, this book offers a program structured around the key areas of brain performance.
From the bestselling author of 'Help, Thanks, Wow and Stitches' comes a clear-eyed and passionate exploration of mercy, its limitless (if sometimes hidden) presence, why we ignore it, and how we can embrace it.
'Goodbye, Things', the bestselling phenomenon from Japan, argues that there is happiness in a minimalist life and shows readers not only how to transform their space, but also how to enrich their lives through minimalism.
'The Gatekeepers' is the first in-depth, behind-the-scenes look at how the American presidency has hinged on the effectiveness of the White House chiefs of staff, and how their decisions have dictated the course of the United States. Through extensive, intimate interviews with all 20 living chiefs of staff and two former presidents, this book pulls back the curtain to expose how the nation's levers of power are operated by these right-hand advisors.
'The Fifth Trimester' is your one-stop shop for the honest tips, to-do lists, and take-charge strategies needed to embrace your new identity as a working parent and set yourself up for success. Based on interviews with 700+ candidly speaking moms in wildly varied fields as well as expert advice, this book tackles every personal and professional detail to help women head back to work.
Told in rich detail, this book recounts, for the first time, the whole story of Father David Bauer - the coach for the 1964 and 1968 Olympic Men's Hockey team and manager for the 1980 Olympics - and his critical importance to Canada's national game of hockey. Through exhaustive research and countless interviews, this book explores this Canadian icon and illustrates the teams he put on the ice.
In 'Degrade and Destroy', Michael R. Gordon, bestselling author and The New York Times' national security correspondent, reveals the debates, diplomacy, and military strategy that have shaped the struggle against the Islamic State. The result is a crucial work of contemporary history that also exposes the vexing choices that confront the next president.
This is the true story of how Lee Mackenzie fell in love with and married a man who, unbeknown to her, was a brilliant sociopathic fraud. In a narrative of almost unbearable, mounting menace, Lee Mackenzie tells her story, and finally unmasks Kenner Jones for the first time.
Daryl Hall and John Oates have over 20 albums together, more than 60 million records sold, and 29 Top 40 hits. They are the most successful pop duo in the world and members of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. And yet John Oates' story has never been told until now. Relying on his many handwritten journals, 'Change of Seasons' shares Oates' highs, lows, triumphs, and failures as he takes readers on a wild ride through all the eras, personalities and music that have shaped who he is.
From the bestselling author of 'The Power of Why' comes a book that draws on cutting-edge neuroscience and provides examples and strategies for readers to learn how to master discomfort in order to become more creative, more innovative and more effective in their work and life.
Cookbooks From the creator of the Saveur award-winning blog, 'The First Mess', comes the eagerly anticipated debut cookbook which features over 125 seasonal, plant-based, and beautifully prepared recipes.
In 'Writer, Sailor, Soldier, Spy', a former CIA officer and curator of the CIA Museum unveils the shocking, untold story of Nobel Prize-winning author Ernest Hemingway’s secret life as a spy for both the Americans and the Soviets before and during World War II.
Cookbooks Gale Gand meets Christina Tosi in this brunch cookbook of 125 recipes and photographs by quirky blogger, Joy Wilson. Featuring everything from juices to coffees, breads to eggs, sandwiches to salads, this cookbook will appeal to millennials, moms and more.
In this beautifully photographed cookbook, NYT food columnist and web star Melissa Clark revolutionizes dinner with 245 never-before-published recipes for quick, flavour-forward dishes
Featuring over 130 recipes and 150 colour photos, 'A New Way to Bake' fully captures the trend of baking with healthful ingredients popular for their great flavours and textures, such as whole grain flour, nut flours, nut milks, coconut oil, oats, cocoa nibs, natural sweeteners, and more.
From Ivanka Trump - wife, mother, real estate developer, and founder of her successful fashion brand - comes a guide for women on how to shed expectations, so they can create a full life without limitations. An empowering book, 'Women Who Work' encourages women to achieve their maximum success in all aspects of life.
In 'Wired to Eat', Robb Wolf, author of the bestselling 'The Paleo Solution', reveals his groundbreaking 30-day program, based on the latest research, to help readers easily rewire their brains to control their appetite, regulate their blood sugar, and lose weight effortlessly, using a paleo-based, whole foods diet.
On the 100th anniversary of Vimy Ridge, Canada's foremost historian and Charles Taylor Prize winner Tim Cook examines this defining battle of the Great War including how it shaped Canada's national identity, and the way the memory of it has evolved over the past 100 years.
In this book, renowned speaker and former U.S. Swimming coach Brian Biro reveals a lifetime of lessons on how to be more energized and passionate about work and life by seizing the 'WOO' – a 'Window of Opportunity' - a moment that can impact, redirect, and even reshape our lives.
For readers of Jon Krakauer and 'The Lost City of Z' comes a remarkable tale of survival and solitude - the true story of a man who lived alone in a tent in the Maine woods, never talking to another person and surviving by stealing supplies from nearby cabins for twenty-seven years.
In 'Solve for Happy', Mo Gawdat, the Vice President of Business Innovation at Google [X], applies his superior skills of logic and problem solving to the issue of happiness. Proposing an equation based on an understanding of how the brain takes in and processes joy and sadness, this book shows readers how humans are designed to be happy.
In this harrowing yet unflinching reflection, Michelle Stevens sheds light on the threat of sexual abuse and the effects on its victims, while also providing methods for healing. A powerful memoir of a shocking and improbable journey from torture to recovery, 'Scared Selfless' will do for Multiple Personality Disorder what 'An Unquiet Mind' did for bipolar depression.
'Radical Candor' offers a simple but revolutionary approach to management. Taken from years of the author’s experience, and giving clear actionable lessons, this book shows managers how to be successful while retaining their humanity, finding meaning in their job, and creating an environment where people both love their work and their colleagues.
If your family carried a mutated gene that foretold a brutal illness and you were offered the chance to find out if you’d inherited it, would you do it? 'Mercies in Disguise' follows a family through a genetic illness and one courageous daughter who decided her fate shall no longer be decided by a genetic flaw.
'Madame President' is the harrowing, but triumphant story of Ellen Johnson Sirleaf - the leader of the Liberian women's movement, winner of the Nobel Peace Prize, and the first democratically elected female president in African history.
In this deeply personal book, humanitarian doctor and activist James Maskalyk, author of the highly acclaimed 'Six Months in Sudan', draws upon his experience treating patients in the world’s emergency rooms. From Toronto to Addis Ababa, this book offers Maskalyk's unique perspective on sickness, health and what it is to be alive.
'Ingenious' is a richly illustrated volume of brilliant Canadian innovations whose widespread adoption has made the world a better place, just in time to celebrate Canada's 150th birthday.
'The Imagineers of War' tells the definitive history of the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency - the most authoritative account we have of the Pentagon agency that has quietly shaped war and technology for nearly sixty years.
'Ice Ghosts' weaves together the epic story of the Franklin Expedition - whose two ships and crew of 129 were lost to the Arctic ice - with the modern tale of the scientists, divers, and local Inuit behind the incredible discovery of the flagship’s wreck in 2014.
From actress, comedian, and YouTube sensation Lilly Singh (aka Superwoman) comes the definitive guide to being a BAWSE - a person who conquers life. Told in her hilarious, bold voice which has inspired over 9 million fans, and using stories from her own life, Singh proves that there are no shortcuts to success.
'How the Hell Did This Happen' is an essential take on the stranger-than-fiction 2016 presidential elections from the quintessential voice on American politics and culture, P.J. O'Rourke.
'The Doomsday Machine' is Ellsberg's hair-raising insider's account of the most dangerous arms buildup in the history of civilization, whose legacy - and renewal under the Obama administration - threatens the very survival of humanity. Written by the legendary whistle-blower who revealed the Pentagon Papers, this eyewitness expose illustrates the horrific dangers of America's hidden fifty year- long nuclear policy.
In a work of narrative reporting in the vein of Rachel Carson and Elizabeth Kolbert, prize-winning reporter Dan Egan delivers an eye-opening portrait of our nation's greatest natural resource – the Great Lakes, which hold 20 percent of the world's freshwater - as it faces ecological calamity.
More than half of Canadians are unhappy at work and that number is rising. But how do you get your mojo back when you're in a passionless relationship with your job? In 'Careergasm', Sarah Verumunt leads the way by empowering wannabe career changers and providing a road map towards meaningful work.
'Clean My Space' is a fresh, modern guide to a cleaner, healthier, happier home from the vlogger behind the wildly popular Clean My Space YouTube videos that have been viewed more than 55 million times.
From the bestselling, prize-winning author of 'Cary Grant', 'Walt Disney' and 'American Titan' comes the first biography of one of the most fascinating, complex, and polarizing legends of cinema's golden age, Charlton Heston. Featuring never-before-seen photos, this honest biography pays tribute to Heston and reveals not only how his famous persona came into being, but why.
From the author of 'Rich Bitch' comes a practical and inspiring guide for any woman who wants to enjoy the freedom and empowerment that comes from being the boss of her own career. Drawing on personal experiences, as well as stories of some of the most powerful females, Lapin breaks down what it means to be a 'boss' in three easy steps.
On a frozen island in the Falklands, with only penguins for company, a young would-be writer struggles to craft a debut novel... and instead writes a funny, clever, moving memoir that heralds the arrival of a fresh new literary talent.
Packed with actionable guidance and personal stories from well-known, uber-successful millennials, this book will help young women recognize their power, learn how to tap into their passion, and create their own version of The Big Life.
In this book, the bestselling author of 'The Hormone Cure' and 'The Hormone Reset Diet' shows women readers how to create a lifestyle that will help you look great, feel energized, and slow down the effects of aging.
In this book, to mark the twentieth anniversary of his historic win at the 1997 Masters, Tiger Woods reflects on his record-setting win both on and off the course. Featuring never-before-heard stories, this book provides keen new insight from one of the game's all-time greats.
From Yale-educated truck driver, Fitness Trucker founder, and fitness guru Siphiwe Baleka comes a revolutionary metabolism-spiking program for anyone who feels they don't have enough time, equipment, or money to get in shape and lose those extra pounds. Combining step-by-step workouts with advice on healthy eating, '4-Minute Fit' is a flexible plan that is proven to work.
Following the tremendous success of 'Sheet Pan Suppers', Molly Gilbert comes to Clarkson Potter to expand her oven-cooking concept into skillets, muffin tins, Dutch ovens, baking dishes, and more, with 135 new recipes and photos in a beautiful, fresh package.
Gardening 'Indoor Edible Garden' is a step-by-step visual guide to decorating homes with indoor gardens using herbs, vegetables, edible flowers and fruit. Helping to create stunning and edible home decor, this book shows off its lush garden projects through beautiful design and full-colour photographs.
From the 'most popular Irish-Canadian writer of all time' (The Globe and Mail) comes the latest in the 'An Irish Country' series. This cookbook features 150 family recipes from soda bread to Irish stew, paired with ten new, charming short stories.
In 'You Are the Universe', bestselling author Deepak Chopra joins forces with leading physicist Menas Kafatos to explore nine of the biggest and most baffling questions about science and the nature of reality. Their answers will present a bold new understanding of who we are and how we can reach our greatest potential.
In 1984, Wilma Derksen's thirteen-year-old daughter was kidnapped and murdered in Winnipeg. In this book, Derksen equips readers with 15 steps to help them maneuver through the difficult and complicated journey to forgiveness. This book includes an introduction by Malcolm Gladwell, who featured Derksen's story in his book 'David and Goliath'. The Canadian Supreme Courts recently overturned the conviction of the man found guilty and a retrial is set to begin in January 2017.
From the author of the explosive Atlantic cover story, 'What ISIS Really Wants', comes the definitive book on the history, psychology, character, and aims of the Islamic State. Based on Wood's unprecedented access to supporters, recruiters, and high-ranking members of the most infamous jihadist group in the world, and reading with the creeping suspense of a John le Carre novel, this book is a riveting exploration into the apocalyptic dogma that informs the group's worldview.
In 'This I Know', Canada's most famous adman spills a career's worth of marketing secrets so anyone can compete with the best in their business - whatever that business might be.
In 'Stealing Fire', the author of the bestselling 'Bold' and 'The Rise of Superman' explores altered states of consciousness and how they can ignite passion, fuel creativity, and accelerate problem solving.
Drawing on her work at a shelter, her experiences living with two rescue dogs of her own, and years of research, bestselling author and Boston Globe columnist Amy Sutherland takes readers on an unforgettable journey into the special world of rescue and shelter dogs and the growing number of dedicated people who are deeply invested in saving these precious lives.
'Passage Across the Mersey' is the remarkable story of Helen Forrester, the author of 'Twopence to Cross the Mersey', and how she turned her life from tragedy to triumph. Written by her son Robert, which gives the reader access to previously unknown details, this is the first biography ever written about Helen Forrester.
'The One-Minute Workout' introduces new strategies for achieving fitness in astonishingly little time. Including eight basic interval workouts and four micro-workouts that are customized for individual needs and preferences - this book solves the number-one reason we don’t exercise: lack of time. But everyone has time for a minute!
From the author of 'Touch the Top of the World', and the only blind person to ever reach the summit of Mount Everest, comes an epic story of his latest adventures, including solo kayaking The Colorado River.
A startling and eye-opening look into America's First Family, 'Never Caught' is the powerful narrative of Ona Judge, George and Martha Washington's runaway slave, who risked it all to escape the nation's capital and reach freedom.
In 'The Miracle Mindset', celebrity health expert and bestselling author JJ Virgin reveals how one life-altering event taught her to tap into an indomitable mindset, trust her instincts, and defy the odds, ultimately saving her son's life and her own. Insightful, personal, and relatable, this book proves that miracles are possible when you show up, remain positive, and do the work.
In this inspirational full-colour playbook - part empowering manifesto, part comprehensive how-to guide - internationally recognized makeup artist and trailblazing entrepreneur, Trish McEvoy reveals her revolutionary, proven system that teaches women everywhere at any age to achieve total beauty security and confidence.
'Let It Go' is the definitive guide to downsizing, reducing stress, and living simply from bestselling author Peter Walsh. In this book, Walsh walks readers through every step of the process and shows them how this new phase can bring unexpected freedoms, opportunities and responsibilities.
Featuring a foreword by Gloria Steinem, 'Drop the Ball' is a bold and inspiring memoir and manifesto from a renowned voice in the women's leadership movement that shows women how to cultivate the single skill they really need in order to thrive: the ability to let go.
From Jen Widerstrom, health and fitness trainer and co-star of NBC’s 'The Biggest Loser', comes a groundbreaking weight-loss program to help readers drop pounds with a customized approach based on eating right for their personality type.
In 'The Choice for Love', bestselling author and transformational teacher Dr. Barbara De Angelis presents an eloquent, illuminating, and moving guide for transforming readers’ relationships to Love itself. Teaching powerful techniques, this book will help liberate readers to embrace, embody, and delight in more love than they ever thought possible.
For readers of 'The Hare with Amber Eyes' and 'The Monuments Men' comes the story of the Nazis’ systematic pillaging of Europe’s libraries, and the heroic efforts of the few librarians now working to return the stolen books to their owners.
From the star of 'The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills' comes an emotional and eye opening behind-the-scenes look at her descent into uncovering the mystery of chronic Lyme disease. Sharing details of the western and holistic treatments Yolanda Hadid has tried, this no-holds-barred memoir shares intimate details of her spiritual growth and the trials and tribulations regarding the stigma surrounding chronic Lyme disease.
From the starred reviewed author of 'The Science of Happily Ever After' comes an illuminating look at what it means to be awkward and how the same traits that make us socially anxious and cause embarrassing faux pas also provide the seeds for extraordinary success.
In 'Anatomy of Innocence', which recalls the great muckrakers of the past, an outraged team of America's bestselling writers unite to confront the disasters of wrongful convictions. Here, each 'exoneree' is paired with a high-profile mystery and thriller writer, including Lee Child, Sara Paretsky, Laurie King, and others, to produce a unique collaboration.
From the author of 'An End to Suffering' and 'From the Ruins of Empire', comes an exploration of the history behind our current global crisis. In 'Age of Anger', Mishra delves into the origins of the great wave of paranoid hatreds that seem inescapable in our close-knit world - from American 'shooters' and ISIS to Trump, as well as racism and misogyny on social media.
Oprah Winfrey has spent her life trying to make peace with food, which has been such a source of pleasure and meaning for her. Now Oprah has found ways to have her favourite meals while also controlling her weight, and in 'Food, Health and Happiness' she shares not only her struggles with food, but also the recipes that have allowed food to be a source of joy for her again.
From distinguished foreign correspondent John Simpson, the BBC's World Affairs Editor, comes a fascinating history of what it is to risk life and limb to bring home news of a troubled world. Bringing readers to pivotal moments in history, including the Crimean War, Tiananmen Square and Sarajevo, 'We Chose to Speak of War and Strife' tells the astonishing tales of the courage it took to report on these events.
From the Pulitzer Prize nominee of 'Mr. Wilson's Cabinet of Wonder' comes a fascinating profile of a film legend and amateur astrophysicist whose investigations could reshape our understanding of the universe. Walter Murch is a three-time Academy Award winning sound editor, who is recognized for his work on 'Apocalypse Now', 'The Godfather' trilogy and 'The English Patient'.
'Victorians Undone' is a groundbreaking account of what it was like to live in a Victorian body from the prize-winning historian and author of 'The Short Life and Long Times of Mrs Beeton' and 'George Eliot: The Last Victorian'.
From the Governor General Award winning author of 'I've Got a Home in Glory Land' comes the dramatic true story of a fifteen-year-old escaped slave named Cecelia Reynolds, who slips away to freedom in Canada while her Kentucky owners holiday at Niagara Falls. For readers of 'The Book of Negroes', 'Bound for Canaan', 'House Girl' and 'The Illegal'.
In this superb work of literary true crime - a spellbinding combination of memoir and psychological suspense - a female journalist chronicles her unusual connection with a convicted serial killer and her search to understand the darkness inside us.
For fans of Cheryl Strayed, Elizabeth Gilbert, and Andie Mitchell comes a must-read memoir that traces one family's rise from battered victims to stronger, better versions of themselves, all through one extraordinary do-it-yourself project.
What are time and space made of? And what exactly is reality? Theoretical physicist Carlo Rovelli, the author of 'Seven Brief Lessons on Physics', has spent his whole life exploring these questions and pushing the boundaries of what we know. In this book he explains just how our image of the world has changed over the last few dozen centuries.
In her bestselling memoir 'North of Normal', Cea Sunrise Person wrote with grace and candour about her unconventional childhood. Now, in 'Nearly Normal' Person chronicles the many stories she left untold while drawing a connection between her early experiences and later life mistakes.
'My Life, My Love, My Legacy' is the life story of Coretta Scott King - wife of Martin Luther King Jr., founder of the King Center for Non-violent Social Change, and singular twentieth-century American civil rights activist - as told fully for the first time, toward the end of her life - to one of her closest friends, the Reverend Barbara Reynolds.
In the tradition of 'In Cold Blood' and 'The Devil in the White City' comes the shocking and amazing true story of the first female U.S. District Attorney and travelling detective who found missing 18-year-old Ruth Cruger in 1917, when the entire NYPD had given up.
'How to Profit from the Next Bull Market' is a complete resource for Canadians seeking to master the stock market and secure their financial futures. Whether you're a seasoned investor or just joining the game, this book will teach readers valuable skills and secrets on how to invest their money successfully.
Emotionally riveting and eye-opening, 'A Hope More Powerful Than the Sea' is the incredible story of a young woman, an international crisis, and the triumph of the human spirit. In this book, Melissa Fleming, who is the Head of Communications and Chief Spokeperson for the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, shares the harrowing journey of Doaa Al Zamel, a young Syrian refugee in search of a better life.
Award-winning author Mark Kurlansky presents an insider's view of Havana: the elegant, tattered city he has come to know over more than thirty years. Part cultural history, part travelogue, with recipes, historic engravings, photographs, and Kurlansky's own pen-and-ink drawings throughout, this book celebrates everything about Havana.
This fully illustrated history traces the Order of Canada from its establishment in 1967 to its place today as a national honour. With 150 illustrations and photos, this book includes details on the design of the insignia, investitures, prominent members of the Order of Canada and more.
From the author of 'Balkan Ghosts' comes a concise and deeply moving portrait of the American landscape, from coast to coast, that rexamines the history of westward expansion in a new light. Laying bare the roots of America, this book offers a detailed and pragmatic framework that illustrates how westward expansion shaped national character and how it should shape foreign policy as well.
A distilled, crystal-like companion to 'H is for Hawk', this memoir celebrates the particular madness of loving and chasing after birds in a big city. A field guide to things small and significant, this book illustrates how Maclear's search for inspiration, beauty, and solace led her to birds, offering a meditation on creativity and life.
In this incisive biography of America’s forty-second president, Michael Tomasky examines Clinton’s eight years in office, a time often described as one of peace and prosperity, but in reality a time of social and political upheaval. Offering a new perspective on what happened, this book illustrates what it all meant, and what aspects continue to define American politics to this day.
Like the British documentary series 'Seven Up!', this travel tale illustrates Lisa Dickey's journey across the whole of Russia three times - in 1995, 2005 and 2015 - where she made friends in eleven different cities and then kept coming back again and again to see how their lives had changed.
'At the End of the World' is the remarkable story of a series of murders that occurred in an extremely remote corner of the Arctic in 1941. An elegiac and unsentimental lamentation for a now-dying way of life on the northern perimeter of our planet, this is a brilliant and original book by one of the boldest writers of our era.