THE KHAZAR CODEX by Graham Fulbright
Released: Jan. 28, 2015

"A complex, out-of-the-ordinary thriller loaded with worldly characters."
Fulbright's (The Man with a Charmed Life, 2014) novel details a hostage situation and the mysterious information it uncovers. Read full book review >
Enough to Go Around by Tanya Savko
Released: May 15, 2015

"A touching tale about life, death, family, and forgiveness."
In Savko's (Slip, 2010) emotional novel, an elderly mother and her middle-age children deal with the twists and turns of life in California in the late 1980s. Read full book review >

THE 52ND by Dela
Released: Oct. 27, 2014

"Complex and intense, an exemplar of the genre."
Pushing the boundaries of paranormal romance, this expertly paced debut trades classic horror creatures for Mesoamerican deities. Read full book review >
WHY SHE LEFT US by David Dennis
Released: Nov. 28, 2012

"Brutal romance occasionally marred by melodrama, bringing to life a tormented family of women and their men."
An explosive family of three young sisters and their promiscuous mother descends into suicide and murder in this dark romance told by multiple narrators. Read full book review >
RIDING IN CARS WITH GIRLS by Evangeline Jennings
Released: April 16, 2015

"A smashing, original collection likely to be read again and again."
Disenchanted characters find violence—or dispatch it—behind the wheel in Jennings' (Generic Airport Thriller, 2014, etc.) collection of crime-noir tales. Read full book review >

Perla Garcia and the Mystery of La Llorona, The Weeping Woman by Rodolfo Alvarado
Released: Aug. 1, 2015

"Recommended for children who enjoy ghost stories and spooky mysteries, with Spanish lessons as an educational bonus."
The first installment of Alvarado's mystery series introduces Perla Garcia, a bilingual little girl and aspiring detective who's determined to uncover the truth behind a local legend. Read full book review >
In Your Name, I Hold The Transition by Claire Fukouara
Released: March 5, 2015

"A tremendously esoteric work of philosophical mysticism that may or may not yield fruit for its readers."
Fukouara (In Your Name, I Write, 2014) presents a new volume of mystic philosophy. Read full book review >
Released: Aug. 24, 2014

"Zoological eye candy captured with a keen eye and adventurous spirit."
An impressive coffee-table book brimming with a couple's beautiful photographs of exotic wildlife. Read full book review >
Released: Jan. 2, 2015

"An informative but often plodding tale that's more likely to appeal to history buffs than casual readers."
Kreis' (The Labyrinth, 2014) historical novel explores the dangers and rewards of Colonial North America, as seen through the eyes of a Puritan woman. Read full book review >
TEMPLE SECRETS by Susan Gabriel
Released: Feb. 16, 2015

"Savannah's atmosphere, culture, and history flavor this often-engaging tale of intertwined families."
The secrets and lies of Savannah, Georgia's upper crust come to light in Gabriel's (Circle of the Ancestors, 2014, etc.) Southern Gothic novel. Read full book review >
GOODBYE MY BABY by Christopher
Released: Sept. 27, 2014

"A complex, powerful concept strained by its own length and ambition."
Ware's debut novel spans decades, taking on the abortion debate from the immediate aftermath of Roe v. Wade to the present day. Read full book review >
Released: Sept. 25, 2013

"An easily accessible overview of Christianity's remarkable rise and spread."
Kirk (Life in Poetry, 2014, etc.) offers readers a fast-paced, clearly narrated history of Christianity, beginning with Jewish tradition and moving quickly to recountings of the New Testament, Acts, and Epistles. Read full book review >
Kirkus Interview
Fatima Bhutto
April 14, 2015

Set during the American invasion of Afghanistan, Fatima Bhutto’s debut novel The Shadow of the Crescent Moon begins and ends one rain-swept Friday morning in Mir Ali, a small town in Pakistan’s Tribal Areas close to the Afghan border. Three brothers meet for breakfast. Soon after, the eldest, Aman Erum, recently returned from America, hails a taxi to the local mosque. Sikandar, a doctor, drives to the hospital where he works, but must first stop to collect his troubled wife, who has not joined the family that morning. No one knows where Mina goes these days. But when, later in the morning, the two are taken hostage by members of the Taliban, Mina will prove to be stronger than anyone could have imagined. Our reviewer writes that The Shadow of the Crescent Moon is “a timely, earnest portrait of a family torn apart by the machinations of other people’s war games and desperately trying to survive.” View video >