A new, pulse-pounding thriller from the bestselling author of the 'Jason Bourne' series, 'The Fallen' is the sequel to the internationally bestselling 'The Testament', which is part of a new trilogy that explores religion, politics, and civilization. Exploring the depths of morality, this series asks readers to consider what it really means to be human...
When a mummified body is found in the local rubbish dump, the top-brass assume pranksters have stolen it from a museum. But as DC Callum MacGregor and his colleagues investigate, it starts to look less like student high-jinks and more like the work of a terrifying serial killer... 'A Dark so Deadly' is a gripping standalone thriller from the author of the 'Logan McRae' series.
From 1920's Nova Scotia to the London riots of 2011, from Oscar Wilde's grave to the Brighton Pavilion, the evocative, sensual and tender stories collected in 'All the Beloved Ghosts' capture the small tragedies and profound truths of human existence.
From the author of 'The Cake Shop in the Garden' comes the story of Christie Chapman, a single working mother whose life is turned upside down. While Christie knows that something has to give, what price is she willing to pay for doing the right thing? And will she ever find her happy ending?
A stand-alone psychological thriller from the author of the 'Alex Morrow' series, 'The Long Drop' is an explosive novel about guilt and innocence and the power of a good story to hide the difference.
The latest novel from CWA Dagger winner Steve Mosby is a page turning psychological thriller and a dark police procedural that blurs the lines between fact and fiction.
From the author of 'The Manny' comes a deliciously entertaining upstairs/downstairs story about the millionaires who summer in the Hamptons - and the everyday people hired to fulfill their every desire.
Last book in series: Serpents Rising. When ex-cop turned private detective Mike Cobb is hired as the personal bodyguard of radio celebrity Buckley-Rand Larmer, who has been receiving a string of threats, he once again recruits crime journalist Adam Cullen. But it soon becomes evident that Cullen and Cobb have more to contend with than threats...
In 'Forever On', a group of young Silicon Valley engineers builds a new global social network... that becomes a sentient AI with the personality of a Buzzfeed-crazed teen girl.
In the latest thrilling novel from the author of 'The Great Zoo of China', Jack West, Jr. and his family are living happily on their remote farm when Jack is brutally kidnapped, wakes up in an underground cell, and discovers that he's been chosen to compete in a series of deadly challenges designed to fulfil an ancient ritual. With the fate of the Earth at stake...
'The Heirs' is the new novel from the critically-acclaimed author of 'The Divorce Papers', about a wealthy, pedigreed Manhattan family that comes undone after the death of their patriarch.
Last book in series: The Service of the Dead. As the fourteenth century comes to a close, York seethes on the brink of civil war and young widow Kate Clifford, struggling to keep her business afloat, realizes that her mother is harbouring a dangerous secret...
Last book in series: Sidney Chambers and the Dangers of Temptation. The sixth book in the James Runcie's much-loved 'Granchester Mystery' series sees full-time priest, part-time detective Sidney Chambers plunged back into sleuthing when he discovers a body in a bluebell wood
Last book in series: Walleye Junction. When a writing professor and his wife are found dead after a house fire, Montana state detective Macy Greeley is brought in to investigate. But it doesn't take Macy long to realize that there are multiple people who felt betrayed by the professor - turning what looked like a straightforward investigation into a case that could expose some of the town's darkest secrets...
'Me Before You' meets 'One Day' in this devastatingly romantic debut novel about the enduring power of first love with a shocking, unforgettable ending. 'The Light We Lost' is a 'Love Story' for a new generation.
The master of military historical fiction turns his discerning eye to the Korean War in this riveting new novel, which tells the dramatic story of the Americans and the Chinese who squared off in one of the deadliest campaigns in the annals of combat: the Battle of Chosin Reservoir, also known as Frozen Chosin.
In the first installment in an exciting new series from the author of 'The Silence of the Sea', a ten year old girl is the only witness to her mother's shocking murder and must work together with detective Huldar in order to catch the killer.
Based on a true story, 'Beneath a Scarlet Sky' is the epic tale of one young man's incredible courage and resilience during one of history's darkest hours.
Frank Marr, a retired D.C. police detective, is back and has a serious problem. After his home is burglarized and his cocaine dealer is found stabbed to death, Frank is determined to find out the truth, even if it kills him...
The first book in an irresistible new series from the author of 'Bergdorf Blondes', this book takes readers back to the decadent 1980s in a comic murder mystery set in the tony world of Oxford University.
'Fake Plastic Love' is a witty, whimsical, dazzling debut novel, inspired by 'The Great Gatsby', about millennial bankers and bloggers grappling with success, authenticity, and reality in the digital age. .
The international sensation from France, 'Based on a True Story' is a chilling work of true-crime literature about a friendship gone terrifyingly toxic and the very nature of reality.
'The Garden of Small Beginnings' is a compelling debut novel about a young widow, who, after starting a gardening class at the Los Angeles Botanical Garden, soon discovers - with the help of a patient instructor and a quirky group of gardeners - that into every life a little sun must shine.
Last book in series: Mission Hill. In Pamela Wechsler's latest novel featuring the upper crust Boston DA, Abby Endicott becomes personally embroiled in a serial killer case whose victims are all young women.
A British author makes her American debut with this rapturously acclaimed historical novel, set in late nineteenth-century England, about an intellectually minded young widow, a pious vicar and a rumoured mythical serpent, that explores questions about science and religion, skepticism, and faith, independence and love.
From the author of 'The God of Small Things' comes a shattering story about a father who writes to his five-year-old daughter about the number of people that attended her funeral.
'Fly Me' is a debut novel about a nation on the verge of a new era in 1972, and a girl caught between her past and the ever-expanding present. With razor-sharp precision and startling psychological insight, 'Fly Me' features an indelible portrait of a character, a place, and an era on the brink.
'Our Little Racket' is a captivating debut about wealth, envy, and secrets: the story of five women whose lives are dramatically changed by the downfall of a financial titan.
From the author of 'The Memory Painter' comes a sweeping and suspenseful tale of fate and fortune about a prophetic manuscript written during the time of Cleopatra, and the antiquities appraiser who is mysteriously tied to it.
When a bookshop patron commits suicide, his favourite store clerk must unravel the puzzle he left behind in this fiendishly clever debut novel from an award-winning short story writer.
In this masterfully written, fast-paced thriller from the author of 'Forsaken', Detective Sam Porter becomes caught up in the mind of a psychopath as he tries to unravel a twisted history in hopes of finding the Four Monkey Killer's last victim.
A heartfelt comedy of manners, Diksha Basu’s debut novel unfolds the story of a family discovering what it means to be nouveau riche in modern India. Hilarious and wise, 'The Windfall' illuminates the precariousness of social status, the fragility of pride and, above all, the human drive to build and share a home.
When a workman discovers a tiny skeleton while demolishing an old house in a gentrifying section of London, journalist Kate Waters feels it's a story that deserves attention. But Kate's investigation soon unearths a dark mystery as she finds herself the keeper of unexpected secrets that erupt in the lives of three women, in this novel of twisting psychological suspense from the author of 'The Widow'.
From Haylen Beck comes a gripping, wonderfully tense suspense thriller about a mother's desperate fight to recover her stolen children from corrupt authorities.
Last book in series: First Strike. In the latest installment of this series, only one man stands between a powerful cabal planning an invisible coup of the U.S. government and their brutal goals - Dewey Andreas.
Last book in series: The Promise. It seemed like a simple case - before the bodies starting piling up... Investigator Elvis Cole and his partner Joe Pike take on the deadliest case of their lives, in this new masterpiece of suspense from Robert Crais.
Last book in series: Curious Minds. Riley Moon is a financial analyst and Emerson Knight is an eccentric billionaire’s son. Together, this perfectly mismatched crime-fighting duo are looking to take down big league crime in the second novel in the 'Knight and Moon' series.
When Michael Tanner accidentally picks up the wrong MacBook in the TSA security line at LAX, he soon discovers that the true owner is a US senator and that the laptop contains top secret files. Suddenly Tanner is a hunted man on the run, who's terrified for the safety of his family and in desperate need of a plan, but unable to trust anyone...
Never before published together, this collection of seven short stories set in the Outlander universe also includes two original stories.
From the author of 'The Little Paris Bookshop' comes an extraordinary new novel about self-discovery, second chances, and finding true love.
From Jane Green, the author of 'Jemimah J' and 'Falling', comes the story of a mother who calls her estranged daughters home to help her end her life.
From author Elin Hilderbrand comes a summertime Nantucket story about identical twins who couldn't be any less alike. A story of new loves, old battles, and a threat that gives a whole new meaning to the term sibling rivalry, 'The Identicals' is a touching depiction of a set of twins who slowly come to realize that the bond that they share is more important than what's been driving them apart.
From the bestselling author of 'Leaving Berlin' and 'The Good German' comes a fast-paced and richly imagined novel about an American spy, the Cold War’s most notorious defector, who gave up his country for the safety - and prison - of Moscow, but never lost his gift for betrayal.
Dean Koontz returns to his blockbuster thriller roots with a new series that follows FBI agent Jane Hawk, mother of a young son and grieving widow of a decorated Marine, as she uncovers a monstrous conspiracy behind the death of her husband, - and thousands of others - becoming the country's #1 fugitive in her search for those responsible.
From the author of 'The Good Girl' comes an exhilarating thriller, told in alternating perspectives, about a widow's pursuit of the truth and the dark recesses of a mind plagued by grief.
Jack Ryan Jr. is going out on an ordinary audit when David Kraft, a back office employee, comes along for the ride. But all isn’t what it seems in this electrifying new thriller, because Kraft has a secret past, and it's one that has put both men in terrible danger...
'The Map That Leads to You' is a romantic and vivid novel about two young people who fall in love while backpacking through Europe. But in the same way that forces are bringing them together, life, duty and a secret that will change absolutely everything, begin to push them apart.
In the next chilling novel from the author of the bestselling 'Behind Closed Doors', a woman struggles to move on with her life after seeing a woman sitting inside a car - a woman who was killed - on her drive home. Wracked with guilt, the woman begins to forget little things, but she can't forget the nagging guilt, the silent calls she's receiving, or the feeling that someone's watching her...
The next hand he deals you... may be your last. In the latest thriller from James Patterson and Howard Roughan, a serial killer known as The Dealer is loose on the streets of Manhattan, leaving a single playing card behind with each of his victims. It's up to Elizabeth Needham and Dylan Reinhart to stop him before he runs through his entire deck...
'The Ultimatum' is the first book in a brand-new suspense series about a femme fatale Robin Hood who is known as the Guardian and her personal assistant - a former thief - who's become increasingly hard to resist...
A novel of suspense, family ties, and twisted passions, 'Come Sundown' is the latest novel from Nora Roberts.
Set in nineteenth-century England, 'The Duchess' is an engrossing new novel from Danielle Steel about a young heroine who rises from ruin to become the toast of Paris, by way of the chic bordello she establishes for the most powerful men in France.
Last book in series: Foreign Agent. Packed with pulse-pounding action, fascinating characters and electrifying intrigue, 'Use of Force' features Navy SEAL turned covert counterterrorism operative Scot Harvath as he provides the deniability the United States needs in a race against time, while breaking every rule along the way...
From authors Neal Stephenson and Nicole Galland comes a captivating and complex near-future thriller that combines history, science, magic, mystery, intrigue and adventure, and questions the very foundations of the modern world.
The author of 'The Cartel' has written a cinematic epic that's explosive, powerful, and unforgettable.
Last book in series: Fast and Loose. Stone Barrington is back and better than ever in this hot new thriller from Stuart Woods.
'The Accomplished Guest' is a magnificent new collection from award-winning author Ann Beattie. Surprising and revealing, and set along the East Coast from Maine to Key West, these stories explore unconventional friendships, frustrated loves, mortality, and aging.
In this sophisticated, intricately plotted psychological thriller, and the follow-up to Samuel Bjork's 'I'm Travelling Alone', Munch, Kruger and the team must hunt down a killer before he can strike again...
Last book in series: Murder on the Quai. In the latest installment in the 'Aimee Leduc Investigation' series, no-nonsense computer hacker turned private criminal investigator Aimee Leduc is on the hunt for answers after her friend claims she is being stalked by a ghost - a previous Serbian warlord with a blood vendetta.
Just before dawn in the hills near the Scottish border, a man murders a young woman. At the same time, a hot-air balloon crashes out of the sky. There’s just one survivor and she’s seen the killer’s face – but he’s also seen hers. And he won’t rest until he’s eliminated the only witness to his crime...
A fast-paced and atmospheric work of crime fiction, 'Suburra' is set in Ostia, a depressed coastal settlement twenty miles from the powerful and corrupt city of Rome. Here, a mighty local crime family, the Mafia and corrupt politicians battle each other for a billion-dollar payoff.
The triumphant and epic conclusion to the 'Shannara' series draws near in this first of four final novels, from one of the acknowledged masters of the fantasy genre.
In 'Blackmail', a bold military and political strike by the Russian government leaves the U.S. reeling, crippled and vulnerable, with only a desperate long shot chance to avoid a devastating world war.
In Holly Chamberlin's poignant new novel, a mother and daughter escape to a beautiful coastal town in Maine to find healing in the wake of heartbreaking loss.
In this incredible follow-up to 'FaceOff', twenty-two of the world's most popular thriller writers come together for an unforgettable anthology, where the best female and male writers are paired off together. Edited by Lee Child, 'MatchUp' features writing by Diana Gabaldon, Sandra Brown, Charlaine Harris, C.J. Box, John Sandford, Val McDermid, Peter James, Andrew Gross, Karin Slaughter and more.
From the author of 'The Bookshop on the Corner' comes a delightful summer time romp that puts a modern twist on the classic 'Seven Brides for Seven Brothers' story.
A radiant talent on the brink of making it big in Nashville must confront her small-town past and an old love she’s never forgotten in this engaging novel - a soulful ballad filled with romance, heartbreak, secrets and scandal, from the author of 'Season of the Dragonflies'.
From the author of 'Eight Hundred Grapes' comes a new novel about the secrets we keep... even from ourselves. A compelling, enticing novel that explores the devastating effect of secrets, 'Hello, Sunshine' is a fresh, provocative look at a woman teetering between a scrupulously assembled life and the redemptive power of revealing the truth.
In this new edge-of-your seat thriller from the author of 'The Precipice', Maine game warden Mike Bowditch delves into a long buried investigation to uncover a dangerous secret.
'Blackout' is a terrifyingly plausible debut about an international blackout perpetrated by a hacker attack and the desperate race to turn the lights back on.
In this compulsively readable debut, set between London and Sicily over one blood-drenched week in the dead of summer, an identical twin reveals the crazy lies and twists she’ll go through to not only steal her sister’s perfect life, but to keep on living it.
'Unsub' is a riveting psychological thriller inspired by the never-caught Zodiac Killer, about a young detective determined to apprehend the serial murderer who destroyed her family and terrorized a city twenty years earlier.
A bitingly funny, hugely entertaining novel in which a fractured family from the Chicago suburbs must gather in London for their eldest daughter's marriage to an upper-crust Englishman. As this estranged clan gathers together, Ginder brings to vivid, hilarious life the power of family, and the complicated ways we hate the ones we love the most.
The unusual bond between a world-famous children’s author and his assistant sets the stage for this richly plotted novel about friendship and love, artistic ambition and the power of an unexpected legacy.
From Gail Godwin comes a haunting tale of a desolate cottage, a tragic accident, and the hair-thin junction between this life and the next. But more than just a ghost story, 'Grief Cottage' is also an investigation of grief, remorse, and the memories that haunt us.
Last book in series: Fisherman's Bend. Linda Greenlaw brings back sleuth Jane Bunker in this fantastic new mystery set in the fishing village of Green Haven, Maine.
In 'Pendulum', John Wallace awakes to find he's been bound and blindfolded by a masked man who is preparing to hang him - until he's able to make a lucky escape. But when no one believes him, Wallace realizes he will have to figure out who is hunting him and stop him on his own...
When an author is found dead and the missing final chapter of his latest book holds the key, it's up to amateur detective and book editor Susan Ryeland to uncover the truth, in this wonderfully intriguing whodunnit.
Last book in series: Stealing the Countess. In the latest installment in the starred reviewed 'McKenzie' series, unlicensed investigator Rushmore McKenzie is looking into an unsolved murder as a favour when he uncovers either the strangest set of coincidences or the site of a very real, very deadly conspiracy...
Last book in series: Love You Dead. When a married man discovers his mistress, dead in their rented love nest, he begins to question if he killed her in a fit of rage or if someone else did it while he was out. When Detective Superintendent Roy Grace of the Sussex Police is assigned to the case, he soon discovers that there is more than one person who had a reason to kill her, but only one man had the most to lose...
Last book in series: Private Investigations. In the twenty-seventh installment in the gripping 'Bob Skinner' mystery series, Edinburgh sleuth Bob Skinner is plunged into a gripping new case. But in this game, where no one can be trusted, there are murkier deeds to uncover before the final whistle blows...
A lively, sexy, and thought-provoking East-Meets-West story about community, friendship and women’s lives at all ages.
Master storyteller Neil Jordan creates his most commercial novel in years in this crackling, filmic fantasy - which is also a parable of adolescence, how children become changelings, and how they find their own way.
In this psychological suspense novel from the author of 'The Poison Tree', a couple forced into hiding discovers, on the eve of a solar eclipse, that they can no longer run from their past. A gripping tale of the lies we tell to save ourselves, 'He Said/She Said' illustrates how far we will go to make others believe our side of the story.
From the author of the 'Mary Russell' mysteries comes a ripped-from-the-headlines novel of rich psychological suspense about a classroom held hostage by someone with a thirst for revenge.
Last book in series: Pacific Burn. In this exciting international thriller featuring Japanese antiques art dealer and P.I. Jim Brodie, a double-murder at the Kennedy Center forces Brodie into a dangerous game of espionage - putting him in the crosshairs of the Chinese, North Korean, and American governments.
All's fair in love and work. The first standalone romance from the bestselling author of 'Beautiful Bastard', 'Dating You/Hating You' is a sexy, compulsively readable romantic comedy that dives headlong into the thrill and doubt of modern love.
In this finely crafted page-turner, a middle-school science teacher innocently befriends one of his students, but when the student turns up dead, tensions begin to build, and the reader gains an intimate understanding of the power of secrets, illusions, and memories.
From the author of the international bestseller 'In Falling Snow' comes a beautifully written, heartwarming novel about a young woman swimmer in 1925, who competes to become the first woman to swim the English Channel.
Two homeless men are found dead on a park bench with containers of poisoned takeout food nearby. But who killed them, and why? And who was the intended victim...
From author Sharyn McCrumb comes a finely wrought novel set in nineteenth-century West Virginia, based on the true story of one of the strangest murder trials in American history - the case of the Greenbrier Ghost. Using a century of genealogical material and other historical documents, McCrumb reveals new information about the story and brings the personalities in the trial to life.
For the lovely Billy Harper, Butternut Lake is the place she feels most at home, even though lately she feels the only one listening to her is Murphy... her faithful Labrador Retriever. But Billy is about to learn that anything is possible during the heady days of summer and that happiness doesn’t always mean perfection.
Mary Alice Monroe returns to her beloved 'Beach House' series with this highly anticipated follow-up to 'Beach House Memories' and 'The Beach House'!
'DIS MEM BER', the latest collection from Joyce Carol Oates, features seven stories that focus on the inner lives of vulnerable girls and women - some victimized, others provoked by deep emotional unrest - who commit violence against others.
From the author of 'Magnified World' comes a suspenseful, poignant and provocative tale about violence, sibling love, friendship and heroism - all told through the lens of a young woman trapped in a hijacked bus.
The Nameless Detective has taken many cases over the years... but this is one for the books. Or rather, two cases that will test his agency's resources. A classic Nameless tale, 'Endgame' features one of mystery's best loved detectives.
In an enthralling new historical novel from author Kate Quinn, two women - a female spy recruited to the real-life Alice Network in France during World War I and an unconventional American socialite searching for her cousin in 1947 - are brought together in a mesmerizing story of courage and redemption.
In this riveting new novel by the bestselling author of the 'Chet and Bernie' mystery series, a deeply damaged female soldier home from the war in Afghanistan becomes obsessed with finding a missing girl, gains an unlikely ally in a stray dog, and encounters new perils beyond the combat zone.
From Jessica Raya comes a sharply comic novel that follows the tumultuous coming of age of both a mother and daughter, at a time when womanhood itself was coming of age. The novel is set against the shadow of the Vietnam War and the changing social mores of 1970s America.
From the author of 'One True Love' comes an unforgettable and sweeping novel about one classic film actress' relentless rise to the top - the risks she took, the loves she lost, and the long-held secrets the public could never imagine.
A smart, insightful read, 'The End of Men' is the story of four New York City women who push the boundaries of convention to live life according to their own rules.
When Quinn O'Meara discovers a crying baby amid a fiery crime scene, she unintentionally positions herself in the crosshairs of a deadly child-trafficking ring. Crossing paths with homicide detective Nick Saldano, who Quinn shared a foster home with, Nick soon realizes that the bond they once shared has turned into desire. But what kind of future can they have when Quinn might not live to see tomorrow?
From author Jill Shalvis comes her first women's fiction novel: an unforgettable story of friendship, love, family and sisterhood.
After murdering a man, the last thing Police Sergeant William South wants to do is get involved in a murder investigation... 'The Birdwatcher' is William Shaw's first standalone novel featuring a meticulously constructed mystery and a primal story of fear, loyalty and vengeance.
'Saints for All Occasions' is a sweeping, unforgettable novel from the bestselling author of 'Maine', about the hope, sacrifice, and love between two sisters and the secret that drives them apart.
Last book in series: Grace Consequences. Charlie Henry, Iraq war veteran and co-owner of a pawnshop, has, for the most part, settled into his somewhat quieter life in Albuquerque. That is, until a dangerous madman starts targeting military veterans and it's up to Charlie and his sidekick Gordon to find the evil man before it's too late...
'The Lunar Cats' is a nail-biting tale of good versus evil involving one man, his dog and a group of 18th-century amateur scientific pioneers who just happen to be cats.
From the author of 'Season of Salt and Honey' comes a delicious novel about six college friends reuniting on the coast of Brittany to celebrate one of their own’s fortieth birthday. With sumptuous food and plenty of wine, the table is set for tricky romantic entanglements, fiery outbursts, and a range of secrets in this novel.
A riveting novel that describes a woman investigating her family’s tragic, scandalous past, 'Before We Were Yours' is inspired by one of America's most notorious real-life scandals - in which Georgia Tann, director of a Memphis-based adoption organization, kidnapped and sold poor children to wealthy families all over the country.
Last book in series: Cold Silence. James Abel unleashes a new 'Joe Rush' bio-thriller where the Amazon rainforest spawns a new kind of terror that may bring the world to its knees, at least until ex-marine doctor and bio-terror expert Joe Rush can stop it...
The next glamorous, suspenseful beach read from author Elizabeth Adler follows two 38-year-old twin sisters who travel the world as professional grifters, conning rich men who inevitably fall for their charms. But when their next mark is found murdered, an agent from Interpol starts his hunt for answers...
Last book in series: The Innocents. A classic Southern tale of backroom deals, tainted honour, dysfunctional family, high-stakes greed, and everyday heroism, 'The Fallen' is the latest novel from Ace Atkins, starring Mississippi sheriff and ex-Army Ranger Quinn Colson.
'The Story of Arthur Truluv' is a powerful, life-affirming novel about three improbable friends who each lose the one they love most, only to discover a second chance at happiness.
Detective Valerie Hart returns in this latest thriller, this time hunted by a killer as evil as she is brilliant and beautiful. But this time Valerie isn't so sure which one of them is going to survive...
From the author of 'Orient', comes an explosive tale of wealth, deceit, and murder - reminiscent of Patricia Highsmith's 'The Talented Mr. Ripley' and Noah Hawley's 'Before the Fall' - set on an idyllic Greek island that is home to the international jet set.
For three years, Investigator Cassie Dewell has been on a hunt for a serial killer known as The Lizard King. She almost caught him... once. Now, with no allies, no support, and only her own wits to rely on, Cassie must take down a killer who is as ruthless as he is cunning. But can she do it alone, without losing her own humanity or her own life?
'The Lying Game' is the latest edge-of-your seat thriller from Ruth Ware, the author of 'In a Dark, Dark Wood' and 'The Woman in Cabin 10'.
The long-awaited first novel from the acclaimed author of 'Sam the Cat' is a provocative and hilarious satire of love, sex, money, and politics in our new gilded age.
Last book in series: Time of Death. D.I. Tom Thorne and D.I. Nicola Tanner investigate a series of brutal killings in London in the most daring work yet, from bestselling author Mark Bilingham.
Last book in series: Among the Wicked. In this electrifying new thriller, a convicted murderer is on the run and Chief of Police Kate Burkholder must catch him before he strikes again.
Last book in series: Killer Look. Hunting a killer within New York’s urban jungle becomes the biggest case of Alexandra Cooper’s career in Linda Fairstein’s latest unputdownable thriller.
An unfathomable loss or an unthinkable crime? Detectives Nick Fourcade and Annie Broussard return for another chilling case in their sleepy Louisiana town, where a panic-stricken mother's seven-year-old son is murdered and all evidence points to her. Tami Hoag keeps readers guessing in her most harrowing thriller yet.
From the author of 'A Grown-Up Kind of Pretty' comes a powerful, emotionally resonant novel of the South that confronts the truth about privilege, family, and the distinctions between perception and reality, including the stories we tell ourselves about our origins and who we really are.
Last book in series: Night Watch. A serial killer is on the loose in San Diego with an unusual M.O.: With each kill, he leaves behind objects with unclear meanings. Now hired gun for both the CIA and FBI, Kendra Michaels must risk everything to defeat a psychopath whose terrifying plan is years in the making.
From the gloomy rain-soaked streets of Vancouver, to the icy white mountains of the Canadian interior, this dark psychological suspense debut, the first in a new series, features the brilliant, fearless, chaotic, and deeply flawed Nora Watts - a character heartbreakingly troubled, emotionally complex, and irresistibly compelling.
From author Johanna Lindsey comes the tempestuous story of Jacqueline Malory, whose furious desire for revenge leads to a confrontation with the handsome pirate who abducted her - and sparks a much steamier kind of desire.
Susan Mallery, author of the enchanting 'Blackberry Island' and 'Fool's Gold' series, delivers a captivating new novel about the enduring bond between sisters, the problem with secrets, navigating those tricky second chances at love... and being careful what you wish for.
Last book in series: A River in the Sky. In this long-awaited, eagerly anticipated final installment in the beloved 'Amelia Peabody' mystery series, Amelia and her dashing archeologist husband are once again in danger as they search for a priceless, stolen bust of legendary Queen Nefertiti and Amelia finds herself the target of assassins.
Last book in series: The Novel Habits of Happiness. In the latest installment in this ever-delightful series, amateur sleuth and philosopher Isabel Dalhousie is called upon to help when a matchmaker begins to question her latest match.
From the author of 'The Black Snow' comes a sweeping Dickensian story of a young girl and her brother on a great journey across nineteenth-century Ireland on the eve of the Great Famine. A meditation on love, life and destiny, 'Grace' is an epic coming-of-age novel and a poetic evocation of the Irish famine as it has never been written before.
The author of 'A Certain Age' transports readers to sunny Florida in this lush and enthralling historical novel - an enchanting blend of love, suspense, betrayal, and redemption - that is set among the rum runners and scoundrels of Prohibition-era Cocoa Beach.
From the author of 'All We Ever Wanted Was Everything' comes a keenly observed novel about a Berkeley mom with a radical past who vanishes while hiking, leaving her family to piece together her secrets.
Illinois, 1881: Whitsitt College sophomore Beth Carrington has two goals to fulfill by the time she graduates: obtain a medical degree and establish a women’s fraternity, Beta Xi Beta. From the author of 'The Fifth Avenue Artists Society' comes an unforgettable historical novel based on the founding of the country's first sororities.
Last book in series: After the Fire. In the next gripping novel from Jane Casey, beloved London Police detective Maeve Kerrigan is on the hunt for the truth after a teenage girl's mother disappears from her West London home, leaving a trail of blood in her wake.
From the author of 'Black Rabbit Hall' comes an evocative novel, where the thrill of first love clashes with the bonds of sisterhood. But all will be tested by the dark secret at the heart of Applecote Manor...
Last book in series: A Time of Torment. Bestselling author John Connolly returns with another superb fusion of noir and the supernatural in the latest installment in his gripping 'Charlie Parker' series.
From the author of 'The Commodore', comes a dramatic spy thriller about the deadly secret battle between the CIA and China's own powerful intelligence agency.
Gifted troubleshooter John Smith, introduced in the acclaimed thriller 'Killfile', must take down a shadowy figure who has weaponized the internet by using social media to put a price on the heads of his targets, in this intense thriller.
Nicci French delivers a fascinating story of old sins and fresh blood in this riveting thriller.
From the author of 'Twice in a Lifetime' comes another unforgettable novel about finding the person - and the place - to call home.
A gritty, fast-paced thriller by the author of 'All Involved', 'Safe' propels readers towards a shocking conclusion while pondering the question: How far would you go to protect the ones you love?
A series of bizarre assaults is mystifying Boston police - an unknown attacker is viciously beating random strangers and leaving a note quoting an old warning about witchcraft. But when a professor goes missing, Special Agent Griffin Pryce and the FBI's elite Krewe of Hunters follow a trail that takes them deep into the wilderness, where an ancient evil is waking
Last book in series: Her Secret. In the second installment in the 'Amish of Hart County' series, Mark Fisher, an Amish man wrongly accused of assault, will risk everything to protect the woman he loves from a dangerous man who is attacking women in the community. But will Mark be able to find the true culprit before it's too late?
From the bestselling author of 'The Confessions of Max Tivoli' comes the story of Arthur Less, who in an attempt to run away from his problems and his approaching 50th birthday, takes a trip around the world. Along the way, he finds love, despair, adventure and plenty of misadventure, and is forced to come to terms with his fleeting youth and the realities of life - in often quite hilarious ways.
'Moskva' is a brilliantly written, chilling and sophisticated debut serial killer thriller, set in Cold War Moscow in 1985.
'The Secret Diary of Hendrik Groen' is a funny, tender-hearted tale about friendship, love, and an old man who is young at heart.
Last book in series: Cold Hard Winter. A favour for a dying ex-con turns into a violent battle against a mysterious enemy for Van Shaw in this emotionally powerful and gritty thriller.
In the next hilarious and heartwarming novel from bestselling author Beth Harbison, Jane Holcomb returns to the beach house of her recently deceased, unfaithful ex-husband, only to find he's haunting the place. Trying to contend with her ghost of an ex-husband, who's trying to atone for his sins, Jane will have to find the strength and independence within herself, as well as the forgiveness that will help her move on with her life.
From the acclaimed author of 'The Railwayman's Wife' comes a magical and gorgeously wrought tale of an astonishing event that connects three people across three hundred years. A luminous and unforgettable novel, 'A Body in the Clouds' illustrates the power of a story and its ability to define the world around us.
Last book in series: The Fall of Moscow Station. In 'The Last Man in Tehran', Decorated CIA analyst Mark Henshaw continues his authentic, compelling, and revealing 'Red Cell' series that follows agent Kyra Stryker as she works with retired analyst Jonathan Burke to save the CIA from being torn apart by a conspiracy of moles.
In this riveting psychological thriller and ferocious sequel to 'Maestra', femme fatale Judith Rashleigh once again leads readers into the mesmerizing and dangerous underworld of Europe’s glamorous elite.
When Sebastian Bergman is brought in to solve a brutal murder case, with no credible suspects, he finds himself at a dead end. That is, until he discovers that there was a witness to the crime - a young girl who saw it all happen. Now Bergman has to track the girl down before it's too late...
'The Goddesses' is a captivating novel about a woman who moves her family to Hawaii, only to find herself wrapped up in a dangerous friendship.
'Tornado Weather' is the story of a five-year old girl who goes missing in a small town, a place where everyone knows something different about her disappearance and about each other... By turns unsettling, dark and wry, this book paints an affecting portrait of a complex and flawed cast of characters striving to find some measure of fulfilment in their lives.
From the author of 'This Wicked World' comes the story of Rowan Petty, a conman down on his luck who hears a rumour about a crew of American soldiers who smuggled two million dollars out of Afghanistan and stashed it in an apartment in Los Angeles. Naturally, Petty decides to drive down to L.A. to investigate...
A darkly clever take on Agatha Christie's 'And Then There Were None' and other classics of the genre, 'Ten Dead Comedians' is a debut novel about nine comedians who are marooned on an island and find themselves being murdered one by one. But who is doing the killing, and why?
Last book in series: Buffalo Jump Blues. In the sixth novel in the acclaimed 'Sean Stranahan' mystery series, Sheriff Martha Ettinger reunites with once-again lover and sometimes private detective Sean Stranahan to investigate the death of a woman who was stranded in a spring snowstorm.
Alternating between the past and present and set in the rarified world of money and society, 'The Necklace' is an elegant and compelling story of a star-crossed romance, long-simmering family resentments, and a young woman whose inheritance is much more than a legendary necklace.
Last book in series: A Rising Man. India, 1920. Captain Wyndham and Sergeant Banerjee of the Calcutta Police Force investigate the dramatic assassination of a Maharajah’s son. But as they desperately try to unravel the mystery behind the assassination, they become entangled in a dangerous world where those in power live by their own rules and those who cross their paths pay with their lives...
Sometimes starting over means finding everything you've been missing… When a reckless one-night stand leads to a positive pregnancy test, professional football player Hudson King will do anything to stay involved in his child's life. Urging Ellie to move to Silver Springs so they can co-parent, Hudson knows he has a lot of love to give, certainly enough for his child, and perhaps for Ellie, too.
From Alissa Nutting comes a poignant, riotously funny story of how far some will go for love and how far some will go to escape it. Perceptive and compulsively readable, 'Made for Love' is at once an absurd, raunchy comedy and a dazzling, profound meditation on marriage, monogamy, and family.
In 'Beautiful Animals', Osborne returns to the themes that made 'The Forgiven' his critically acclaimed breakout novel: the class tensions between wealthy white Europeans and the natives and immigrants who serve them, and the way a violent incident can cause reverberations both psychic and cultural that lay bare our own hypocrisies.
Travelling from the terrorizing tribunals of the Reign of Terror, to the blood-soaked alleyways of Paris, and featuring cameos by such legendary figures as Robespierre and Dumas, 'Where the Light Falls' is a sweeping novel of courage, duty, sacrifice and love during the French Revolution.
What would you do to protect the ones you love? This electrifying literary thriller introduces an unforgettable mother and son, whose simple trip to the zoo one afternoon is transformed into three hours of terror and survival after gunshots ring out.
In this relentlessly paced novel of psychological suspense, author Michelle Richmond crafts an intense and shocking tale that asks: How far would you go to protect your marriage?
'Conversations with Friends' is a sharply intelligent novel about two college students and the strange, unexpected connection they forge with a married couple
In this riveting and richly drawn novel from the author of 'The Witch of Painted Sorrow', a talented young artist flees New York for Paris after one of her scandalous drawings reveals a dark secret - and triggers a terrible tragedy.
Last book in the series: Who Let the Dog Out?. 'Collared' is the latest novel in David Rosenfelt's witty, heartfelt mystery series, featuring lawyer Andy Carpenter and his faithful golden retriever, in their quest to find a missing child. But what they uncover is far more complicated and dangerous than they ever expected...
An intense and imaginative horror story, 'Final Girls' follows the lone survivor of a massacre, who must reclaim the memories she locked away when she encounters another threat ten years later.
In this powerful standalone novel from Theresa Schwegel, a Chicago police officer struggles to do her job while secretly suffering from multiple sclerosis.
'After Anatevka' is a sweeping historical novel in the grand tradition of Russian literature that imagines what happens to the characters of 'Fiddler on the Roof' after the curtain falls.
Wesley Snipes makes his fiction debut with this enthralling urban fantasy in which a holy warrior must convince a doctor with no faith to help stop a powerful demon and his minions from succeeding in creating hell on earth.
From the bestselling authors of 'The Knockoff' comes an outrageously funny novel about one woman's attempt - through clay diets, naked yoga, green juice, and cultish workout classes - to win back her career, save her best friend, and lose thirty pounds.
In this book, Solomon Creed - the enigmatic hero introduced in 'The Searcher' - must stop a killer tied to a conspiracy stretching back over generations to the dying days of World War II.
Busy mum of twins, Liv is looking forward to summer at the Beach Hut in Devon, even if she feels that she and Matt left things on a strange note. She’s sure it’s just that he’s too busy at work to join them on holiday, and not that he wants time alone... But as summer tensions rise, the holiday at The Beach Hut begins to take an unexpected turn.
Discover the real-life mystery centered on the queen of crime herself: Agatha Christie. In this gripping new novel, Andrew Wilson ingeniously explores Agatha Christie's odd ten-day disappearance in 1926 and weaves an utterly compelling and convincing story - around this still unsolved mystery - as Christie herself is pulled into a case of blackmail and murder.
Combining exquisite characters, breathtaking technology, and unmatched action, this epic, ingenious new thriller from the bestselling author of 'Robopocalypse' weaves a riveting path through history and tells the story of a race of human-like machines that have been hiding among us for untold centuries.
Last book in series: Die Like an Eagle. Meg is spending the summer at the Biscuit Mountain Craft Center, helping her grandmother run the studios. But when someone starts vandalizing the centre, Meg's quest to track down the vandal soon collides with a dead body in one of the studio's classrooms. Will Meg be able to identify the vandal and the murderer in time to save the centre's name?
'Someone You Love Is Gone' is a beautifully rendered, multi-generational story of secrets and ghosts that haunt a family.
Last book in series: Omens. In the fifth and final book of the exciting 'Cainsville' series, Armstrong delivers a scary and surprising knock-out twist. It turns out a third supernatural force has been at work all along, a dark and malevolent entity that has had its eye on Olivia since she was a baby and wants to win at any cost...
Sure to keep readers on the edge of their seats, this suspenseful, sexy thriller features Sandra Brown's signature combination of steamy romance and jaw-dropping plot twists.
Newly minted chief resident at Boston Memorial Hospital, Noah Rothauser is swamped in his new position, especially when a routine procedure results in the death of an otherwise healthy man. When more deaths start to occur, Noah must uncover which doctor is at fault and who he can believe before any more lives are lost...
The bestselling author of 'The Girl from The Savoy' turns the clock back one hundred years to a time when two young girls from Cottingley, Yorkshire convinced the world that they had done the impossible and photographed fairies in their garden. Now, in her newest novel, Hazel Gaynor reimagines their story.
Last book in series: Die Again. In the twelfth gripping novel featuring Jane Rizzoli and Maura Isles, the crime-solving duo are faced with the gruesome, staged murder of a horror film director.
Last book in series: X. 'Y is For...' is the latest installment in Sue Grafton's 'Kinsey Millhone' series.
In this powerful standalone novel from one of America’s most beloved authors, a woman, forced to start her life anew, embarks on the most courageous journey of all - to a place where she learns what love and trust really mean.
From T. Jefferson Parker comes a stirring new thriller about a private investigator tasked with hunting down a returned soldier broken and made dangerous by his experiences at war.
The store doesn't just want your money - it wants your soul... In the latest thriller from James Patterson and Richard DiLallo, New York writers Jacob and Meg Brandeis are going undercover to dig up the secrets of The Store - a powerful retailer that can deliver anything to your door. But nothing escapes The Store's watchful eye, and soon Jacob is harbouring a secret that could get him killed.
'Mrs. Fletcher' is a penetrating and hilarious new novel about sex, love, and identity on the frontlines of America's culture wars.
Last book in series: Damaged. 'Exposed' is the much-anticipated fifth novel in the 'Rosato & DiNunzio' thriller series by Lisa Scottoline.
Susan Wiggs returns with a deeply emotional and atmospheric story of love and family, war and secrets that moves back and forth across time, from the present day to World War II France.
Under the tutelage of Stone Barrington, Herbie Fisher has transformed from a bumbling sad sack into a capable man and the youngest partner at the white shoe law firm Woodman & Weld. Now all of his training will be put to the test as he finds himself embroiled in his most daring adventure to date...
In this crossover novel from bestselling Allison Brennan, investigative reporter Max Revere teams up with FBI agent Lucy Kincaid to exonerate a woman accused of murdering her son.
Last book in series: A Voice in the Night. In the latest installment of the bestselling 'Inspector Montalbano' mystery series, Montalbano investigates the death of wealthy accountant Cosimo Barletta in a case involving a string of mistresses and family secrets.
From the author of 'Trust No One' and 'Joe Victim' comes a new thriller about a blind teenager who receives a corneal donation and begins to see and feel memories from their previous owner - a homicide detective who was also his father.
Last book in series: Night of the Cobra. In the latest installment in this action-packed series, a former top-level Russian sniper who worked for the CIA goes rogue, and Kyle Swanson must stop him before undercover operations are exposed.
Last book in series: Texas Tall. Similar to Janet Dailey's iconic 'Calder' novels, the 'Tylers of Texas' series brings readers the lives and loves of a powerful ranching family. 'Texas Fierce' is the fourth installment in this series.
When literary reprobate Foster James wakes up in a strange country house, he assumes he’s been consigned to rehab (yet again) by his dwindling band of friends and growing collection of ex-wives. But he soon realizes there’s something a bit different about this place after he gets punched in the face by Ernest Hemingway...
From a breathtaking new voice in Canadian fiction comes a debut novel set against the seductive world of 1960s Rio de Janeiro. 'All is Beauty Now' is an intimate family portrait, a mystery and a romance.
From the author of 'The Palace of Curiosities' and 'Vixen' comes a dazzling and provocative new novel of adventure, mystery and belonging. 'The Night Brother' shifts tantalizingly between day and night, exploring questions of identity, sexual equality and how well we know ourselves.
A brutal crime. The ultimate cover-up. How do you solve a murder with no useable evidence? Set in Minnesota, 'Gone to Dust' is a debut private eye murder mystery.
Last book in series: Land of Shadows. When seventy-three-year-old Eugene Washington is found dead in his home, LAPD Homicide Detective Elouise 'Lou' Norton is called in to investigate. But in order to bring the truth to light, Lou will have to confront her own demons before it's too late...
Last book in series: The Man who Loved Women to Death. David Handler returns with the first book in the 'Hoagy & Lulu' series in two decades: a madcap mystery about an eccentric family of influential artists, and how Hollywood's obsession with the spotlight can sometimes turn deadly.
'The Driver' is a remarkable debut thriller about an Army special forces sergeant turned limo driver, his team of eccentric veterans, and the good deed that lands him in a quagmire of trouble.
From the author of 'The Charm Bracelet' comes a breakout novel that explores the 'to vaccinate or not' debate and the tragic consequences of one mother's decision.
Last book in series: Damage Control. Would you bleed for the one you love? To save his family empire from the grip of the drug cartel, Shane is pushed to the edge of darkness, forced to make choices he thought he'd never make.
Fifteen years after three dead bodies are found in a small farming community, the death count continues to rise. With the Cumbrian community no closer to finding the killer, it's Emilia Hellier's turn to figure out who has cast such a shadow over their lives...
Last book in series: Last Ragged Breath. In the next powerful mystery from Julia Keller, a murder investigation leads West Virginia prosecuting attorney Bell Elkins to the shattering truth about her own past.
There is nothing in the universe that the cursed dragon Falcyn hates more than humanity... except Greek humans. In a war he wanted no part of, they destroyed everything he'd ever cared for. When Apollo makes a strategic move that backfires, he forces Falcyn back into play and Medea searches for a way to control the dragon before it's too late. But how can anyone control a demonic dragon whose sole birthright is world annihilation?
'Girl in Snow' is an addictive debut thriller about the mysterious death of a small-town golden girl and the secret lives of three people connected to her: the social misfit who loved her from afar, the rebellious girl who despised her, and the policeman investigating her death.
In this international bestseller, a poet struggles to decide if he should put his family's needs first, in a heartwarming tale that weaves history with lore and poetry, painting a century-long, multigenerational portrait of a family wrestling with the conflicting pulls of legacy and desire.
'The History of Bees' is a dazzling and ambitious literary debut that follows three generations of beekeepers from the past, present, and future, weaving a spellbinding story of their relationship to the bees, their children and one another, all against the backdrop of an urgent, global crisis.
Last book in series: Art in the Blood. December 1889. Fresh from debunking a 'ghostly' hound in Dartmoor, Sherlock Holmes has returned to London, only to find himself the target of a deadly vendetta.
Last book in series: The Queen's Accomplice. American-born spy and code-breaker extraordinaire Maggie Hope Infiltrates Nazi Paris on behalf of the British government during the darkest days of World War II in the latest novel in this fascinating bestselling series.
The first title in Susan Mallery's highly-anticipated brand-new series, 'Happily Inc', 'You Say It First' is a captivating romance - with a splash of humour - that is set in a charming town that has its own cast of quirky characters.
Last book in series: Shadow of War. In the second installment in this military action thriller series, Tom Locke must track a missing Saudi prince deep inside ISIS territory. But in order to keep his men safe, Locke must use every skill he has to defeat a fanatical enemy on the ground - while a duplicitous adversary much closer to home waits for his chance to strike...
Last book in series: Someone Always Knows. Private investigator Sharon McCone returns in the newest installment in this bestselling series, when her father is viciously attacked and left in a coma. Sharon is determined to find the attackers and bring them to justice, but when she starts receiving hate-filled, racist threats, it's clear that her father's attackers aren't planning to come quietly...
Last book in series: Cat Shout for Joy. In the twentieth installment of this enchanting cat mystery series, the stakes are higher and more personal than ever for feline investigator Joe Grey when death comes to his beloved coastal California town.
What if you could get away with murder? From Hollie Overton comes a twisted thriller that explores domestic violence, the morality of murder, and how far one woman will go to protect her family.
This unique collection features original stories by the genre's most distinguished authors, including: Ken Bruen, Reed Farrel Coleman, Nelson DeMille, Anne Perry, Jeffery Deaver, C.J. Box, Laura Lippman and more.
Sometimes loss brings people together... and sometimes it taints everyone it touches. 'We All Love the Beautiful Girls' follows the lives of Mia and Michael Slate, who discover that a business partner and best friend has cheated them out of their wealth on the same night that their love-stricken son Finn passes out in the snow at a party - a mistake that cost him more than he realized was even possible.
From the author of 'The Watchmaker of Filigree Street' comes a gripping story, set in nineteenth-century Peru, about a profound friendship, a magical landscape and an impossible quest.
A mysterious disorder threatens to destroy the world in this high-concept thriller from Matt Richtel, which combines medical science, cutting-edge technology, and breathtaking suspense.
Part literary detective novel, part coming-of-age story and part art conspiracy thriller, 'The Readymade Thief' is an arresting debut that introduces an unforgettable young heroine plunged into the twisted world of a secret society occupying the derelict buildings of Philadelphia.
In this riveting debut novel, Sarah Schmidt recasts one of the most fascinating murder cases of all time - the infamous true story of Lizzie Borden, who was tried and acquitted for the murders of her father and stepmother - into an intimate story of a volatile household and a family devoid of love.
From the author of 'The Darkest Hour' comes an enthralling historical thriller set in post-World War II, wherein detective John Henry Rossett must stop a murderous ex-SS officer as the German occupation of England begins to falter.
Elegantly written and emotionally immediate, the stories in this book provide an intimate and profound assessment of human relationships - between mothers and sons, sons and lovers, and husband and wives - plunging readers into the unpredictable workings of the human heart.
From the author of 'Justice for Sara' comes a chilling new thriller about a ritualistic murder of a college professor that sends a small town cop back into the trauma she thought she'd put behind her.
A blistering thriller from the Edgar-nominated author of 'Shovel Ready', 'The Blinds' is a speculative modern Western that is wickedly funny, razor-sharp, and totally engrossing.
Last book in series: Nothing Short of Dying. In the next installment in this fast paced series, Clyde Barr teams up with besieged members of a Native American reservation to thwart outlaw bikers who are putting hundreds of thousands of lives at risk.
Last book in series: Infamy. In the twenty-ninth novel in the bestselling 'Karp-Ciampi' series, featuring the best fictional prosecuting attorney in literature, Butch Karp and his wife Marlene Ciampi must stop a radical organization of armed militants bent on the cold-blooded murder of uniformed on-duty police officers.
Last book in series: The Sixth Idea. In the next installment in this electrifying mystery series, the Monkeewrench crew returns to face the city of Minneapolis' worst nightmare - a rampant serial killer on the loose.
Last book in series: Fraying at the Edge The third and final book in the 'Amish of Summer Grove' series connects an Old Order Amish young woman and an Englischer woman who were switched at birth, as they decide where their futures will lie.
How do you find a killer when your memory is constantly reset?, 'Yesterday' is a smart, utterly unique, psychological suspense debut, set in a world where classes are divided by memory.
Told from four alternating points of view, 'The Blackbird Season' is a haunting, psychologically nuanced suspense, filled with Kate Moretti’s signature twists and turns, about a scandal-torn Pennsylvania town and the aftermath of a troubled girl gone missing.
Set in Atlanta in the 1950s, 'Lightning Men' is the gripping follow-up to 'Darktown' - a vivid and smart crime saga that explores the timely issues of race, law enforcement, and the uneven scales of justice.
'George and Lizzie' is an emotionally riveting debut novel about an unlikely marriage at a crossroads. With pitch-perfect prose, compassion and humour to spare, 'George and Lizzie' is an intimate story of new and past loves, the scars of childhood and an imperfect marriage at its defining moments.
Last book in series: Zero. In the second installment of William Shatner's 'Zero-G' series, Director Samuel Lord must identify a mole sabotaging the top-secret NASA project aboard the US space station Empyrean, while also fighting a fast-replicating virus that threatens humanity.
Tension arises in the love affair of a young artist for whom nothing is permanent and his girlfriend, a teacher who believes that things are meant to last.
From the author of 'Salvage the Bones' comes a searing and profound Southern odyssey that grapples with the ugly truths at the heart of the American story and the power, and limitations, of the bonds of family.
Last book in series: Manitou Canyon. In William Kent Krueger's latest pulse-pounding thriller, Cork O'Connor's search for a missing man in the Arizona desert puts him at the center of a violent power struggle along the Mexican border, a struggle that might cost Cork everything and everyone he holds most dear.
'The Facts of Life and Death' is a creepy, edge-of-your-seat thriller about a serial killer who terrorizes vulnerable women, while their families are forced to bear witness.
What to do about the Solomons is a transporting debut, a hilarious multigenerational family saga set in Israel, New York, and Los Angeles that explores the secrets and gossip-filled lives of a kibbutz community near Jerusalem.
From the author of 'the Shoemaker's Wife' comes a captivating, multilayered novel about the power of family secrets, the triumph of true love over grief, and the courage to risk everything for the American dream, Italian style.
What is the nature of space and time? How do we fit within the universe? In this book, acclaimed astrophysicist and author, Neil deGrasse Tyson answers these questions and more in clear digestible chapters consumable anytime and anywhere. From the Big Bang to black holes, this book reveals just what readers need to be fluent and ready for in the next cosmic headlines.
Celebrity baker Mich Turner, cake decorator to the Queen, cooks up a smarter take on sweet treats - so you can eat your cake and enjoy it, too! Her yummy recipes, which include cakes, cookies, and cupcakes, offer healthier choices with substitutions for refined sugar and the addition of superfoods.
Buckle up for the next installment of Lonely Planet's Epic series: 'Epic Drives of the World'. This beautifully illustrated hardcover features 50 classic road trips across the world, with 150 additional suggestions for both long and short drives. Each trip includes a first-hand description, map, practical details, and gorgeous, full-colour photography.
'Glorious Shade' is an information-rich, hardworking guide packed with everything a home gardener needs to know to successfully garden in the shadiest corners of their yard. An inspiring guide that will be wildly embraced by home gardeners everywhere, this book features a task calendar, a plant directory and more.
Based on years of travel as well as an intrinsic interest in the foods of other cultures, Randy and Darcy Shore's 'Home and Away' illustrates how readers can make complicated dishes a little easier, while still respecting centuries-old food traditions. Inspired by how food from around the world connects us, this cookbook also features interviews with chefs Mario Batali, Vikram Vij and more.
For years, millions of readers have turned to 'Mother Earth News' for trusted advice on growing vegetables and fruits. Now, readers can look to 'The Mother Earth News Guide to Vegetable Gardening', which harnesses decades of wisdom, and brings together all the indispensable techniques, complete growing guides, helpful tips, useful photographs and inspiring illustrations for which 'Mother Earth News' is known.
'Spymaster' is the fascinating life story of Maurice Oldfield, the most highly decorated British spymaster of the Cold War. Written by his nephew Martin Pearce, who remembers asking his uncle what he did for a job, this book illustrates Oldfield's background and how he found himself accidentally plunged into the world of espionage by the outbreak of the Second World War.
In 'Whoa Baby!', first-time mom Kelly Rowland and her ob-gyn team up to cover everything a new mom needs to know: the gross physical stuff, the hormonal and emotional stuff, and the just plain weird stuff. Hilarious and always honest, this book takes a no-holds-barred look at life after childbirth.
In '20 Ways to Make Every Day Better', Joyce Meyer shares biblical illustrations, actionable advice, uplifting stories and the encouragement we need to start enjoying the life she believes God created for us.
'The American Spirit' is the latest work from David McCullough, the author of 'The Wright Brothers'.
In this definitive biography, veteran sportswriter Tom Callahan shines a spotlight on one of the greatest golfers ever to play the game: Arnold Palmer. Filled with great stories from the key people in Palmer’s life, 'Arnie' offers an illuminating portrait of a remarkable man and his extraordinary legacy.
From the author of 'Escape from the Land of Snows' and 'Empire of Blue Water' comes the gripping true story of the origins of the mafia in America - and the brilliant Italian-born detective who gave his life to stop it.
From the author of 'SHRED' comes the ultimate guide to eating well - and frequently - while dieting or making a lifestyle change after a diagnosis of diabetes or pre-diabetes. Including more than two dozen food swap ideas - flavoured water instead of soda - and more than 50 easy-to follow recipes that are both nutritious and have low-to-no sugar, this book also includes exercise routines and motivation to get bodies back on a healthy track.
An astonishing, revelatory, and redemptive memoir from two women who escaped the international drug trade, 'Cartel Wives' features never-before-revealed details about El Chapo, the Sinaloa Cartel, and the dangerous world of illicit drugs.
In 'Climate of Hope', Bloomberg and Pope lay out a powerfully persuasive argument about how cities can play an outsize role in fighting and reversing the dangerous effects of a warming planet.
In 'The Cut', actor Morris Chestnut and celebrity fitness expert Obi Obadike reveal their program for getting cut and camera sexy - in just 12 weeks! Designed to help readers drop pounds quickly, this book features dozens of success stories and will help readers reclaim their health and get the lean and toned body they've always wanted.
Two decorated American war heroes survive combat in Afghanistan only to find themselves on an unfamiliar battlefield - the courtroom - in this true story about a group of American soldiers who were betrayed by their high command and the Captain who felt forced to take action. Combining the action of 'Band of Brothers' with the courtroom drama of 'A Few Good Men', this book will leave readers impassioned, inspired, and forever changed.
From the renowned historian John Julius Norwich, the author of 'Byzantium' and 'Absolute Monarchs', comes a brilliant portrait of four dynamic rulers - all born between 1491 and 1500 - who collectively shaped modern Europe and the Middle East.
'Into the Fire' is the dramatic story of one of the biggest natural disasters in Canadian history, the Fort McMurray wildfire of 2016, told by three of the firefighters who fought to save the city. With more than 120 stunning colour photographs, 'Into the Fire' is a testament to the courage, pride, and extraordinary efforts of the citizens of Fort McMurray, Alberta.
'Just Cool It' is a post-Paris Agreement clarion call that presents a range of practical solutions to the climate crisis - and above all, offers hope. In this book, internationally renowned geneticist and environmentalist David Suzuki and Ian Hanington outline practical, forward-thinking solutions to resolving the climate crisis and implore readers to take those next steps to create real, lasting change for the world.
At the one-year anniversary of his death, legendary musician Prince's first wife shares a uniquely intimate, candid, and revelatory look inside the personal and professional life of one of the world's most beloved icons.
A stinging polemic that traces the destructive monopolization of the Internet by Google, Facebook and Amazon, 'Move Fast and Break Things' proposes a new future for musicians, journalists, authors and filmmakers in the digital age.
From the author of 'The Rise of the Creative Class', and one of the world's leading urbanologists, comes an original work of research and analysis that confronts the dark side of the back-to-the-city movement. Offering a compelling diagnosis of our economic ills, 'The New Urban crisis' illustrates a bold prescription for more inclusive cities capable of ensuring growth and prosperity for all.
From Facebook’s Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg and Wharton’s top-rated professor Adam Grant, the bestselling authors of 'Lean In' and 'Originals', comes a powerful, inspiring, and practical book about building resilience and moving forward after life’s inevitable setbacks.
In this memoir - written during her pivotal first years of rebirth - Caitlyn Jenner reflects on her life, including her childhood as Bruce Jenner and rise to fame as a gold-medal-winning Olympic decathlete, her marriages and her relationships with her children, her transition, and her experience as the world's most famous transgender woman.
From actress, entrepreneur and mom, Sarah Michelle Gellar, and former 'Martha Stewart Living' contributor Gia Russo, comes more than 100 fun food-crafting ideas that will engage, delight, and amaze kids. Organized by month, the book offers projects for every occasion and theme.
'The Sweet Potato Diet' helps readers lose up to 10 pounds in 2 weeks using the author's simplified carb-cycling method that uses one amazing carbohydrate: the sweet potato. Featuring 45 easy recipes, this program sets readers up for sustainable results and lasting success.
In 'Universal', scientists Brian Cox and Jeff Forshaw take readers on an inspirational journey of scientific exploration to help them better understand the most fundamental questions of the cosmos.
'The Whole Foods Diet' is the definitive guide to the healthiest diet on earth, from the founder of Whole Foods Market and the doctors of 'Forks Over Knives'.
In 'The 3 Choices', the bestselling author of 'The Belly Fat Cure' and '8 Minutes in the Morning' offers elegantly simple guidance to help readers work from the inside out to change how they feel, think, and live.
From the co-author of 'Apollo 13' comes the untold story of the historic voyage to the moon that closed out one of the darkest years with a nearly unimaginable triumph. Written with all the colour and verve of the best narrative non-fiction, 'Apollo 8' takes readers from Mission Control to the astronaut's homes, from the test labs to the launch pad, in this tale of a mission that was both a calculated risk and a wild crapshoot.
The author of the 'The Badass Body Diet' is back with a day-byday guide designed to encourage habit change through fun, dynamic daily tasks that challenge your mind, body and spirit.
With 24 step-by-step makeup tutorials from makeup artist Boris Entrup, 'Beauty 40+' is the perfect guide to beauty for women over 40, covering makeup, skincare, nails, and maintaining beauty from the inside out.
In this memoir, C.S. 96 recounts the harrowing life he's lead as the most successful confidential informant in the history of U.S. law enforcement. 'C.S. 96' is an epic saga of one man's quest to redeem himself in the eyes of his family and a thrilling, intimate look at the law enforcement battle that rages on beneath our noses.
From the author of 'Forks Over Knives' and the 'China Study Quick & Easy' comes 100 easy, flavourful recipes that will help those who have committed to a plant-based diet convince their families to do the same. Featuring stories from plant-based advocates, tips for getting kids involved in the kitchen and resources to make plant-based eating easier, 'The China Study Family Cookbook' is the ultimate guide to helping your family transition to the joys and benefits of plant-based eating.
From the author of 'The Generals' comes a dual biography of Winston Churchill and George Orwell, with a focus on the pivotal years from the mid-1930s through the 1940s, illustrating how their farsighted vision and inspired action, in the face of the threat of fascism and communism, helped preserve democracy for the world.
For cat-crazy crafters, these 35 unique projects are absolutely purr-fect! Sweet and trendy, creative and fun to make, the crafts are divided into four sections - accessories, apparel, home, and party. Each project includes easy-to-follow step-by-step photography as well as an overview of the tools and materials used in the book and all necessary templates.
Before he runs out of time, Irish bon vivant Malachy McCrout shares his views on death - sometimes hilarious and often poignant - and on what will or won't happen after his last breath is drawn.
From former Secretary of State and bestselling author Condoleezza Rice comes a sweeping, definitive look at the birth, life and struggle of global democracy. At a time when people around the world are wondering whether democracy is in decline, Rice shares insights from her experiences as a policymaker, scholar and citizen, in order to put democracy's challenges into perspective.
Taking inspiration from the success of pop-up restaurants and featuring recipes from MasterChef winners from around the world, this cookbook will be split into chapters celebrating the best of each nation and continent.
Featuring communist bunkers, burning gas craters and at least one sponge-rock fluorescent grotto built by Polish monks, this book reveals weird and wonderful sights that the crowds don't reach, from beautiful artworks and galleries to natural wonders and curious historical attractions.
This inspiring memoir chronicles the remarkable cross-country journey of 90-year-old Miss Norma, who, in the face of terminal illness, chose to hit the road in an RV with her son, daughter-in-law, and 73-pound poodle Ringo, and say 'yes' to all that life has to offer.
A full-colour companion cookbook to Joel Fuhrman’s wildly popular 'Eat to Live', this cookbook is filled with the fast, delicious, and nutrient-rich recipes that readers have been asking for.
'Eating Promiscuously' seeks to overturn our most basic assumptions about food, health, and ethics, and to generate hope for a more tasteful future that could save both ourselves and our planet. Throughout this book, readers meet with such culinary curious characters as insect flour manufacturers, seaweed harvesters, road kill foragers, plant biologists, and a morbidly obese family who decides to go healthy - creating a book that is both narrative and informative.
'Everybody Lies' provides fascinating, illuminating, and sometimes laugh-out loud insights into what the vast amounts of information, now instantly available to us, reveal about ourselves and our world.
From the authors of 'The Siege: 68 Hours Inside the Taj Hotel' comes the untold story of Osama bin Laden and Al Qaeda in the years since 9/11. 'The Exile' is a stunning journey inside the world's foremost terrorist organization and illustrates how bin Laden lost control of what will later become ISIS, and much more.
A young law student, an unspeakable crime, and a past that refuses to stay buried... In the thrilling tradition of 'In Cold Blood', comes a ground-breaking, heart-stopping investigation - ten years in the making - that shows how the story of one crime was constructed and how the truth is more complicated and powerful than we could ever imagine.
'The Flight' provides a gripping and unique 'in-the-cockpit' account of Charles Lindbergh’s extraordinary first transatlantic flight from New York to Paris.
A probing and insightful work of reportage, 'Fractured Lands' illustrates the catastrophic story of how the Arab world has descended into chaos since the 2003 invasion of Iraq.
'We Crossed a Bridge and it Trembled' is an astonishing collection of intimate wartime testimonies and poetic fragments from a cross-section of Syrians whose lives have been transformed by revolution, war, and flight. A testament to the power of storytelling, this book illustrates the strength of those who face darkness with hope, courage, and moral conviction.
How do we prepare children for a future we can't even imagine? This timely, important book examines the unique new challenges facing the Canadian education system and provides a vision of what schooling can and should look like in our rapidly changing world.
Featuring menu plans, leftover make-overs and more, this collection of nourishing and delicious recipes is kind to readers' bodies, wallets and time.
In 'Honest to Goodness', Christine Tizzard showcases her years of culinary experience by sharing over 100 nutritious, stress-free and flavourful recipes.
Upending the portrait of the Victorian age as a time of stuffy morals and manners, 'How Different It Was' reveals the chaotic years of early Canada and examines the ideas, habits, customs, fears, hopes, and institutions of Canadians in the age of Confederation.
Why do giraffes have long necks? Why are zebras striped? Deploying the latest scientific research and his own extensive observations in Africa, Leo Grasset offers answers to these questions and many more in a book of post-Darwinian. Prepare to be fascinated, shocked, and delighted in this book of serious science at its entertaining best.
'The Artist’s Way' meets 'What Color Is Your Parachute?' in this practical, prescriptive guide based on a popular TEDx talk by Emilie Wapnick, about creating a unique career path from many different interests and passions.
'The ISIS Hostage' details freelance photographer Daniel Rye's 13-month ordeal at the hands of the Islamic State after he was captured in Syria. Written with Rye's full cooperation and based on interviews with former fellow prisoners, jihadists and key figures who worked behind the scenes to secure his release, and fellow hostage James Foley, this book tells a moving and terrifying story of friendship, torture and survival.
In his debut cookbook, John Tesar reveals the secrets to cooking the most delicious steak readers have ever tasted. Infused with the flavour of Texas and Tesar's culinary genius, this book illustrates Tesar's 'back to the pan' method and provides a comprehensive guide to cuts and breeds.
A tale of passion, professional rivalries, tortuous long-distance relationships, marital strife, forgiveness, parenthood, and happiness, 'Love, Africa' explores the power of finding yourself in the most unexpected of places.
This book provides a history of the Mariposa Folk Festival, from its humble roots in Orillia in 1961 to international acclaim and legendary status as a premier folk-music gathering. Featuring artists such as Leonard Cohen, Joni Mitchell, Gordon Lightfoot, Jann Arden and more, this festival strives to promote and preserve folk art in Canada through song, story, dance, and craft.
An indelible portrait of one of the most famous and beloved authors in the canon of American literature, 'Mockingbird Songs' features a collection of letters between Harper Lee and one of her closest friends that reveal the famously private writer as never before, in her own words.
In this wise, warm, and inspiring memoir, one of the most outspoken voices gracing the runway today encourages women to be their most confident selves, recognize their personal beauty, and reach for their highest dreams.
In this landmark work, internationally beloved teacher of meditation and mindfulness, Jack Kornfield reveals how readers can become happy by providing the keys to inner freedom. Showing how to shift perspective and gain clarity, this book illustrates to readers how to change course, take action, and when to just relax.
In gripping prose, one of the world's leading cardiac surgeons reflects on over 11,000 surgeries and lays bare both the wonder and the horror of a life spent in constant confrontation with death.
This book provides true accounts about people who triumphed over seemingly impossible medical diagnoses using untraditional, inventive therapies and perseverance.
In this book, physics professor and dynamic storyteller James Kakalios reveals the mind-bending science behind the seemingly basic things that keep our daily lives running, from our smart phones and digital 'clouds' to x-ray machines and hybrid vehicles.
A suspenseful narrative of Mafia intrigue, police corruption, and personal betrayal - which concludes with a poignant love affair - 'The Pierre Hotel Affair' is the true story of the most famous hotel robbery in American history.
For readers of 'Alone on the Wall' comes a dramatic, inspiring memoir by legendary rock climber Tommy Caldwell, the first person to free climb the Dawn Wall of Yosemite's El Capitan. Taking readers through his evolution as a climber, this book illustrates how Caldwell was held hostage by militants in the mountains of Kyrgystan, lost his left index finger in an accident, and was left by his wife - all of which spurred him to set his sights on The Dawn Wall, an epic assault which took him over seven years.
Written by a previous Ordinary Seaman with the Canadian Navy, 'Refuge in the Black Deck' exposes the sexual harassment Nicola Peffers experienced during her time on board the HMCS Winnipeg in 2009. A story about physical and emotional strength, this book also chronicles the failures of the justice system in the face of sexual harassment, and the harmful effects of trauma that continue even after the experience.
'Rising Star' is the definitive account of Barack Obama’s life before he became the 44th president of the United States. It details the formative years, confluence of forces, and influential figures who helped shape an extraordinary leader and his rise.
The ultimate survival story, 'Ruthless River' tells the true and thrilling adventure of a young married couple who survive a plane crash only to later raft hundreds of miles across Peru and Bolivia. When they end up in a channel to nowhere, with a raft comprised a mere four logs, they soon realize that there is no way out but to swim...
In 'So Good', Blais shares 100 all-new homestyle recipes and personal stories, inviting readers behind the scenes and into his own kitchen for the first time.
A multi-person account of an unlikely survival and a remarkable rescue, 'A Speck in the Sea' details fisherman John Aldridge's thirteen hours lost at sea, and the heroic efforts of the Montauk fishing community and U.S. Coast Guard to find him.
'Surviving Canada' is a collection of elegant, thoughtful, and powerful reflections about Indigenous Peoples' complicated, and often frustrating, relationship with Canada, and how - even 150 years after Confederation - the fight for recognition of their treaty and Aboriginal rights continues.
In ‘This Is Just My Face’, the Oscar-nominated ‘Precious’ star and ‘Empire’ actress delivers a much-awaited memoir that is wise, complex, smart and funny and offers a version of the American experience that is different from anything readers have seen before.
Is there a secret to happiness? Beloved comedian Paula Poundstone conducts a series of 'thoroughly scientific' experiments to find out, offering herself up as a guinea pig and recording her data for the benefit of all humankind. This is a hilarious story of jumping into new experiences with the end result being laugh-out-loud funny and pointedly relevant.
At the age of 28, Jessica Lee - a Canadian born to Chinese and British parents - finds herself in Berlin. Alone and lonely, she decides that, in order to win back her confidence and independence, she will swim fifty-two lakes in a single year, no matter the weather or season. Through summer to winter, Lee traces her journey in 'Turning', sharing how she swam through her fear and heartbreak to find her place in the world.
In this book, Rob Bell delves into the Bible to show how it is more revelatory, revolutionary, and relevant than we ever imagined, offering a cogent argument for why we should look at it in a fresh, new way.
In this handy guide to Canada, the tireless experts at @stats_canada reveal all the must-know quirks from coast to coast to frigid coast. With crucial updates about Canada on its big birthday, and all the stats, charts, and graphs to back them up, '150 Years of Stats Canada!' is the perfect way to celebrate everything we love about this hilarious country.
In 'The Art of Living', one of the most revered spiritual leaders in the world today teaches readers how to find nirvana and how to live most deeply and peacefully every day. Based on the last full talks Thich Nhat Hanh gave before his sudden hospitalization, this thought-provoking book is filled with simple meditations and practices that focus on recognizing our interconnectedness with those around us, as well as with nonliving beings and the entire cosmos.
One of the biggest scores in Mafia history, and the crime that inspired the movie 'Goodfellas', the Lufthansa Airlines heist of 1978 has become the stuff of Mafia legend - and a decades-long investigation that continues to this day. Featuring never-before-told stories, late-breaking news and bombshell revelations, 'The Big Heist', sheds new light on this legendary unsolved case.
Featuring stories about winter snow and summer cottages, hockey and national spirit, wilderness and wildlife, the cultural mosaic and more, 'Chicken Soup for the Soul: The Spirit of Canada' features stories that illustrate everything that makes Canada unique.
Not since the atomic bomb has a technology so alarmed its inventors that they warned the world against its use. 'A Crack in Creation' is an insider’s account of the biggest scientific discovery of our era: a cheap, easy way of rewriting genetic code, with nearly limitless promise and peril.
In the long-awaited conclusion to the international bestselling 'Peaceful Warrior' saga, Dan Millman takes readers on an epic spiritual quest across the world - where they'll meet remarkable characters and experience brushes with mortality - as he searches for the link between everyday life and transcendent possibility.
Concerned that the American people are willfully deluded by the misinformation about climate that dominates media and politics, David Goodrich rode his bike 4,200 miles to Oregon to talk with a diverse array of people on the ultimate road trip. Beautifully simple, direct, and honest, 'A Hole in the Wind' is a fresh, refreshing ride through a difficult and controversial topic.
In 'I Was Told to Come Alone', the journalist who broke the 'Jihadi John' story draws on her personal experience to bridge the gap between the Muslim world and the West in order to explain the rise of Islamic radicalism.
From iconic actor and bestselling author Alan Alda comes an indispensable guide to communicating better - based on his experience with acting, improv, science, and storytelling.
In this cookbook, the founder of 'Impatient Foodie' shows readers how sustainable, conscious eating can be made simple, fun and delicious. Bridging the gap between the ideals of the organic slow food movement and the realities of a busy life, this book is loaded with shortcuts, pantry lists, and more than one hundred handy and delicious recipes.
In this book, which is reminiscent of works by Oliver Sacks and Atul Gawande, a world-renowned neuroscientist reveals his controversial, ground-breaking work with patients whose brains were previously thought vegetative or non-responsive but turn out - in up to 20 percent of cases - to be vibrantly alive, existing in the 'Gray Zone.'
'Machine, Platform, Crowd' is a leader's guide to success in a rapidly changing economy, from the authors of the bestselling 'The Second Machine Age'. For startups and established businesses, or for anyone interested in what the future holds, this book offers both a penetrating analysis of a new world and a toolkit for thriving in it.
In this brand-new, official tie-in to Mary Berry’s much anticipated series, the nation’s best-loved home cook will show readers how to inject a little Mary magic into their everyday cooking with over 120 delicious recipes.
'Modern Homesteading' is an accessible guide for the aspiring modern homesteader from the craftsmen at 'Living the Country Life' magazine. With this book, readers can learn how to grow their own crops, raise backyard animals, and preserve their bounty for the winter months and beyond.
Featuring a foreword by David Attenborough, and with over 250 breathtaking photographs and stills from the BBC Natural History Unit’s spectacular footage, this is an extraordinary new look at the complex life of some of the most amazing places on Planet Earth.
Joni Mitchell is a cultural touchstone for generations of Canadians. In this intimate biography, composed of dozens of in-person interviews with Mitchell, David Yaffe reveals the backstory behind the famous songs from her youth on the Canadian prairie and shows readers why Mitchell has so enthralled her listeners, her lovers, and her friends.
In the great depths surrounding the Lofoten islands in Norway lives the infamous Greenland shark - a twenty-six foot beast whose meat contains a toxin that, when consumed, has been known to make people drunk and hallucinatory. 'Shark Drunk' is the true story of two friends who embark on a wild pursuit of this famed creature - from a tiny rubber boat.
The perfect cookbook companion for Newlyweds, empty nesters or small households, 'Taste of Home Cooking for Two' features 375 dishes that are just right for one or two diners. Featuring a complete set of nutrition facts, prep-and-cook timelines and step-by-step directions, this cookbook is the perfect guide for creating quick-and-easy dishes for two.
In '150 Best Interior Design Ideas', readers will find the most attractive, functional, and cost-effective design solutions for every room in the house. Featuring an in-depth review of the latest trends in residential interior designs from internationally renowned architects and designers, this book showcases 150 full-colour profiles and 500 pages of colour photos.
'The Curse of Oak Island' is a fascinating account of the strange, rich history of Oak Island in Nova Scotia, and the intrepid treasure hunters who have driven themselves to financial ruin, psychotic breakdowns, even death, in pursuit of the buried treasure rumours that have circulated since 1795.
For the first time, investigative journalist M. William Phelps reveals the identity of 'Raven,' the serial killer who co-starred with him on 'Dark Minds' - and tells the story of his intriguing bond with one of America’s most disturbing killers.
Bill Nye has been the public face of science for more than twenty years and now, in 'Everything All At Once', he issues a call to arms meant to rouse everyone to become the change they want to see in the world. With his signature humour and storytelling, Nye shows readers the key tools behind his everything-all-at-once approach and how, by learning to solve problems through exploration, trial and error, and sheer creativity, anyone can unleash the power of change.
A follow-up to 'The Reason I Jump', this book opens an extraordinary, rare window into the mind and world of an autistic, non-verbal person - now coping with life as a twenty-four year old. Introduced by award-winning author David Mitchell, this book is part memoir, part critique of a world that sees disabilities ahead of the individual and part self-portrait-in-progress of a young man who happens to have autism and wants to help us understand his world better.
Lisa and Francesca are back with another collection of warm and witty stories that will strike a chord with every woman.
From John D. Day, a renowned Johns Hopkins and Stanford educated cardiologist at Intermountain Medical Center comes the story of his time living in the Longevity Village in China, and the seven lessons he learned there that lead to a happy, healthy, long life
'Making Contact' is a brilliant examination of the science behind the search for extraterrestrial intelligence and its pioneer, Jill Tarter, the inspiration for Carl Sagan's 'Contact'. Diving into the science, philosophy, and politics of searching for extraterrestrial intelligence, this book reveals the fascinating figure at the center of the final frontier of scientific investigation for the first time.
From the authors of the bestselling cookbook 'How to Feed a Family' and the bloggers behind 'The Sweet Potato Chronicles' comes the cookbook that will help parents navigate the perils of the busy school year, one meal (and snack) at a time.
From the author of 'Rescue at Los Banos' comes the little-known saga of young German Jews, dubbed 'The Ritchie Boys', who fled Nazi Germany in the 1930s, came of age in America, and returned to Europe at enormous personal risk as members of the U.S. Army to play a key role in the Allied victory.
From the author of 'You Had Me at Woof' comes a lively and engaging exploration of celebrity. This book uncovers the truths about fame as it explains why it's such an important part of life today.
'Taking Charge of Cancer' is a critical resource for anyone with a cancer diagnosis. A different type of book for cancer patients, this book offers an insider's guide to understanding and receiving the best treatment options, choosing the right medical team, and approaching this difficult time with knowledge and hope.
From the winner of the 2015 Nobel Prize in Literature comes a collection of stories of women’s experiences in World War II, both on the front lines, on the home front, and in occupied territories across Europe and Russia. Bringing together dozens of voices, 'The Unwomanly Face of War' creates a powerful alternative history and provides a kaleidoscopic portrait of the human side of war.
'The Woman Who Smashed Codes' is the incredible true story of the greatest code-breaking duo that ever lived: an American woman and her husband who invented the modern science of cryptology together and used it to confront the evils of their time, solving puzzles that unmasked Nazi spies and helped win World War II.
Can we right the wrongs of our ancestors who hunted the woolly mammoth to extinction - and at what cost? Science fiction becomes reality in this 'Jurassic Park'-like story of the genetic resurrection of an extinct species - the woolly mammoth.
'Are We Screwed?' is a declaration of independence, and a call for systemic change, from the generation that will be most impacted by climate change. Examining what millennial responses to climate change look like and how they are shaping the future, this book provides an essential perspective on how climate change is intensifying generational tensions and shifts in society.
Liliane Bettencourt - heir to the 36 billion dollar L'Oreal fortune - is the world's richest woman, and the tenth wealthiest in the entire world. But at 93, she's embroiled in an incredible controversy that asks the question if she was a victim of a con man or if her own family were the real villains. This book is part courtroom drama, part business narrative of a glamorous global company with a Nazi past, and part character-driven story of a complex, fascinating family.
In 2015, Volkswagen proudly reached its goal of surpassing Toyota as the world's largest automaker. Two months later, the EPA disclosed that Volkswagen had installed software that deceived emissions-testing mechanisms in 11 million cars. In 'Faster, Higher, Farther', Jack Ewing, the New York Times reporter who covered the scandal, shares his shocking expose on Volkswagen's fraud
'In the Name of Humanity' tells the dramatic, untold, true story of the secret negotiations - by the most unlikely people - that ended the Holocaust. In this book, Max Wallace - a veteran interviewer for Steven Spielberg's Shoah Foundation - draws on an explosive cache of recently declassified documents and an account from the only living eyewitness, to unravel the mystery that will help rewrite the history of the Holocaust and WWII.
From the author of 'High Crimes' comes a brilliant exploration of the rising phenomenon of megafires - forest fires of alarming scale, intensity, and devastation - that captures the danger and heroism of those who fight them.
Putin's Russia will collapse just as Imperial Russia did in 1917 and as Soviet Russia did in 1991. The only questions are when, and how violently, and with how much peril for the world. This is an electrifying book that explores Putin's thinking and his future plans.
Full of colourfully written and gorgeously photographed step-bystep recipes, presented in a cheeky cartoon format, this cookbook features kitchen hacks, Paleo ingredient guides, meal plans, shopping lists and over 150 recipes.
In 'Why Buddhism is True' Robert Wright, one of America's greatest minds, leads readers on a journey through psychology, philosophy, and a great many silent retreats to show how and why meditation can serve as the foundation for a spiritual life, and enduring happiness, in a secular age.
Improve your life through your diet with a friendly, non-punishing approach to harnessing the healing power of food from Dr. Mehmet Oz, America's #1 authority on health and well-being. Drawing on responses from thousands of readers, 'Food Can Fix It' is the ultimate field guide to eating for health and the ticket to living your best life.
From the author of 'The Girls of Atomic City' comes the fascinating true story behind the magnificent Gilded Age mansion Biltmore - the largest, grandest residence ever built in the United States.
In 'Way of the Wolf', Jordan Belfort reveals the step-by-step sales and persuasion system proven to turn anyone into a sales-closing, money-earning rock star.
A start-to-finish narrative history of our major psychotropic drugs, 'Blue Dreams' is an explosive account, not just of the science, but of the people - inventors, adherents, detractors, and consumers - behind our licensed narcotics.