The Old Inn at Punta de Sangre by Theresa Donovan Brown
Released: May 8, 2015

"A satisfying crime read with a memorable heroine."
Brown (The Social Sex, 2015, etc.) offers a thrilling crime novel about a real estate agent trying to sell an inn that's surrounded by conflict, intrigue, and murder.Read full book review >

"A meticulous, sometimes-brutal look back at a terrible time."
Grant (Year of the Rat, 2011, etc.) weaves a well-researched, fictionalized account of what it was like being a victim of Hitler's eugenics campaign.Read full book review >

The Amazing C on Science by Robin deBoer
Released: Aug. 29, 2014

"A breezy tale that delivers morality with sparkling wit."
Classroom rivalries and childhood misadventures take center stage in deBoer's charming debut YA. Read full book review >
Destiny by Sonya Wadhera
Released: April 2, 2015

"A delightful foray into magic, Indian culture, and the power of belief."
Wadhera and Wadhera's debut children's book uses Indian folklore to craft a fairy tale about believing in oneself and accomplishing the impossible. Read full book review >
Small Vegetables by Audrey  Ogilvie
Released: Feb. 9, 2015

"Highly charged, melodramatic, and full of summer atmosphere, albeit overstuffed with detail."
In this debut novel, a dangerous familial legacy threatens the summer peace of a Nova Scotian village where townies and rich visitors mingle and sometimes collide. Read full book review >

Shift by Haydn Shaughnessy
Released: Jan. 12, 2015

"Engages some worthwhile themes, often tangled in dense prose."
A scholarly look at how technology has radically transformed the world of commerce, coupled with advice for how to navigate this new landscape. Read full book review >
The Boy and the Bastard by Russell Newell
Released: June 24, 2015

"First-rate thriller in the vein of Joseph Finder."
When his son goes missing, a successful young businessman searches for him as his own life falls apart. Read full book review >
The Red Sheet by Mia Kerick
Released: Feb. 20, 2014

"A well-written YA novel that balances honest storytelling with a strong anti-bullying message."
A would-be heroic high school junior comes to terms with both his sexuality and his behavior toward others. Read full book review >
Bringing Life by Joshua Atkinson
Released: Oct. 14, 2013

"An often engaging, personal account of a complicated subject."
Atkinson's debut memoir recounts the hardships and rewards of working to develop war-torn Afghanistan. Read full book review >
The Lost Girls by Mari Bianca
Released: Aug. 1, 2015

"Detailed spells and robust personalities make this a bolder-than-average YA adventure."
Bianca's (Serenade, 2014) YA fantasy sees a teen witch learning her craft while coping with her dark, strange past. Read full book review >
Shades: The Gehenna Dilemma by Eric Dallaire
Released: April 2, 2015

"A compelling, comic-book-ish action-thriller in which life's new inevitables are death, taxes, and a gruesome post-mortem payment plan."
In a future where reanimated human corpses are an invaluable slave-labor force, government agent/hacker Jonah Adams searches for his kidnapped lover and discovers the ghastly secret of the zombie trade. Read full book review >
Las inspiraciones y motivaciones del Sr. Castillo by Victor Castillo
Released: March 20, 2015

"A charming collection of advice for creating a life that provides self-satisfaction and brings happiness to others."
ASpanish-languagecollection of inspiring meditations guiding the reader through a happy, fulfilled life. Read full book review >
Kirkus Interview
Libba Bray
author of LAIR OF DREAMS
August 25, 2015

In Lair of Dreams, the second installment of Libba Bray’s bestselling young adult Diviners series, after a supernatural showdown with a serial killer, Evie O'Neill has outed herself as a Diviner. Now that the world knows of her ability to "read" objects, and therefore, read the past, she has become a media darling, earning the title "America's Sweetheart Seer." But not everyone is so accepting of the Diviners' abilities....Meanwhile, mysterious deaths have been turning up in the city, victims of an unknown sleeping sickness. Can the Diviners descend into the dreamworld and catch a killer? “Weaving together a chilling mystery with a truly elusive solution, several poignant love stories, agonizing injustice, terrifyingly monstrous dreams, and even a cameo by legendary psychiatrist Carl Jung, this installment wraps enough up to satisfy but clearly sets the stage for more,” our reviewer writes in a rare starred review. “How will readers stand the wait?” View video >