VOICES by R.E. Rowe
Released: Feb. 27, 2015

"A well-written, if somewhat overambitious, YA tale."
Rowe's (Creatures of the Lake, 2011, etc.) genre-spanning YA novel features a romance between an ex-track star with a heart problem and a brilliant street artist who hears voices. Read full book review >
ONCE IN A BLUE YEAR by Michael D. Durkota

"A bold debut, filled with unforgettable moments and characters."
In this lyrical debut novel, the lives of two U.S. Navy men take dramatic turns after they're cut from a submarine mission during the Gulf War. Read full book review >

LONG AGO AND FAR AWAY by Robert Joseph
Released: Jan. 31, 2015

"An entertaining, often poignant tale of a teen's unforgettable summer."
A teenage boy learns valuable lessons in life and love while spending the summer with his aunt at a Pennsylvania opera company in Joseph's debut YA novel. Read full book review >
LINKERS by David M Schuster

"An intriguing premise, with vivid melding of science and myth."
In this science-fiction novel, a group of rebels defies the Guild, a monopoly that controls nanotechnology-based health care. Read full book review >
Released: Dec. 15, 2014

"An engaging memoir full of cogent adages distilled from a lifetime of compassionate observation.
A brief divorce memoir built on a foundation of sensible advice. Read full book review >

Released: Dec. 31, 2014

"A wide-ranging, comprehensive study of the meta-history of human civilization."
A learned historian offers a challenging road map for humanity's future. Read full book review >
A spiritual guide for you and your horse by Jennifer McCann
Released: Jan. 25, 2015

"Like-minded readers may find this spiritual approach useful."
In this guidebook, a spiritual healer offers advice for helping owners and horses live better lives. Read full book review >
OUT OF SILENCE by Martin Beck Matustik
Released: Jan. 28, 2015

"An important examination of what it means to discover one's self, and to reclaim one's sense of belonging."
A philosophically charged memoir of a man connecting with a Jewish heritage that he only discovered later in life. Read full book review >
The Curse of the Baskervilles by Daniel Bergmann
Released: Jan. 16, 2015

"A stylistic, spine-tingling homage to a classic."
Bergmann's (The Vampire Dingbat, 2014, etc.) picture book reinterprets the legend of the infamous Hound of the Baskervilles in rhyme. Read full book review >
Cat Saves the World by Melody Lane Walsh
Released: Jan. 22, 2015

"An upbeat tone and positive message in a short book that's engaging and appealing."
A simple picture book in which a girl named Cat imagines different ways she'll save the world when she grows up. Read full book review >
Sam's Secret Notebook No 1 by E. H. Jons
Released: Jan. 17, 2015

"Opens as a thriller, ends as a fantasy, but it's unquestionably innovative and entertaining from start to finish."
A young boy and his two friends discover an entirely new and fantastic world when exploring an old house in the neighborhood in Jons' debut young-adult adventure. Read full book review >
Apocalypses Orphan by Timothy Allen
Released: June 3, 2013

"Adventurous sci-fi fans should find this kitschy read—the first of a planned series—ironically appealing."
In Allen's debut novel, an astronaut encounters the primitive inhabitants of a post-apocalyptic future Earth. Read full book review >
Kirkus Interview
Bill Browder
author of RED NOTICE
March 24, 2015

Bill Browder’s Red Notice is a nonfiction political thriller about an American financier in the Wild East of Russia, the murder of his principled young tax attorney, and his mission to expose the Kremlin’s corruption. In 2007, a group of Russian law enforcement officers raided Browder’s offices in Moscow and stole $230 million of taxes that his fund’s companies had paid to the Russian government. Browder’s attorney Sergei Magnitsky investigated the incident and uncovered a sprawling criminal enterprise. A month after Sergei testified against the officials involved, he was arrested and thrown into pre-trial detention, where he was tortured for a year. On November 16, 2009, he was led to an isolation chamber, handcuffed to a bedrail, and beaten to death by eight guards in full riot gear. “It may be that ‘Russian stories never have happy endings,’ ” our reviewer writes about Red Notice, “but Browder’s account more than compensates by ferociously unmasking Putin’s thugocracy.” View video >