Books by Lisa Carter

THE HOUSE OF IMPOSSIBLE LOVES by Cristina López  Barrio
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: June 4, 2013

"A gorgeously spun and deftly told tale."
The Laguna family is cursed. Generation after generation of women fall hopelessly in love and bear only daughters, who, in time, suffer their own hopeless loves.  Read full book review >
VOLTAIRE’S CALLIGRAPHER by Pablo De Santis
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Oct. 15, 2010

"While the prose is richly reminiscent of Umberto Eco, the headlong pace of this dark fantasy—combining elements of mystery, historical fiction, horror and the splinter genre clockpunk—will let readers swallow the entrancing story in a single gulp."
The crumbling medieval world casts long shadows over emerging modernity in De Santis's second mystery to be translated into English (The Paris Enigma, 2008). Read full book review >
TURING’S DELIRIUM by Edmundo Paz Soldán
THRILLERS
Released: July 1, 2006

"The clean, uncomplicated prose and intricately mapped minds of its many players should satisfy readers of the low and high alike. An adventure with realpolitiks at its center."
From Bolivian author Paz Soldán (The Matter of Desire, 2004, etc.), a dark political thriller with a technological edginess that admirably merges complex literary characters and a fast-paced, interwoven plot. Read full book review >