Released: Oct. 28, 2013

"A dense novel that puts too much emphasis on its message and not enough on its plot."
Suhan's debut novel, based on true events, tells the story of life in communist Romania. Read full book review >
JACKIE by John Tammela
Released: March 25, 2014

"Charming, humorously observed boyhood anecdotes."
In his debut childhood memoir, Tammela recalls his various escapades while growing up in late 1930s and early1940s Niagara Falls, Canada. Read full book review >

Naked Soul by Salil Jha
Released: Jan. 9, 2015

"Erotic poetry that evokes feelings of joy, happiness, and an overall celebration of the arts of physical and romantic love."
Jah's collection of concise, warm, and erotic poetry explores the delights of physical love from (primarily heterosexual) male and female perspectives. Read full book review >
Allah, Jesus, and Yahweh by Gordon Harrison
Released: May 1, 2013

"A gauntlet thrown down in the debate between science and religion that flatters the former and demonizes the latter."
A withering attack on what the author sees as the irrationality of religion, and the societal ills it spreads. Read full book review >
THE WAY WE WERE by George Forss
Released: Sept. 11, 2014

"A superb record of a photographer's love affair with New York."
The many faces of New York City are captured vividly in this stimulating collection of pictures and commentary by an acclaimed photographer. Read full book review >

Musings of Yukiyu' by Rosa C. Scoushe
Released: Jan. 22, 2015

"A slow-paced novel with a beautifully portrayed tropical setting."
In Rosa's (Fractured, 2013, etc.) historical novel, tragedy forces a Puerto Rican teenager to become his family's sole provider as America's influence begins to slowly change his native land. Read full book review >
I, BIPOLAR by D.S. Black
Released: July 15, 2014

"Black shows promising analytical skills for a young writer, but his book would have benefited from more emotionally revealing moments, and fewer objectifying descriptions of women."
In this short debut memoir of his first 30 years, Black candidly recounts his turbulent experiences as a young man learning to live with bipolar disorder. Read full book review >
STRIKE by Joseph J Bakewell
Released: Oct. 1, 2013

"A historical novel that's long on plot but short on character."
Bakewell (Will's War, 2010, etc.) offers a historical novel about a textile strike that's part love story, part crime novel and part period piece.It's January 1912 in Lawrence, Massachusetts, and the city's Italian immigrant textile workers have gone on strike. Read full book review >
LYING FOR THE LORD by Johnny Townsend
Released: Feb. 15, 2015

"Another of Townsend's shrewd, evocative, wryly humorous, occasionally didactic scenes of Mormonism and its discontents."
Countless fibs, evasions, and hypocrisies buttress the verities of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in these slyly subversive stories. Read full book review >
Released: Aug. 1, 2014

"This immersive escapist mystery should put Serafim on the map."
In this auspicious series opener, the chief of police investigates a grisly discovery at a remote archaeological site on the Greek island of Chios. Read full book review >
Released: Jan. 31, 2015

"An overly expository but moving tale of love and marriage."
A young couple tries to make their marriage work under the trying circumstances of the American West during the1880s. Read full book review >
THE OFFERING by Lisa N. Frieden
Released: Dec. 11, 2013

"Repetitive and predictable mind/body battles weigh down what is otherwise a quick and entertaining spy romp."
A CIA operative must fight magic and her own feelings in Frieden's (Dialysis: A Memoir, 2014) tale of romance and suspense. 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 >