BELOVED SON by Sage Rainbow
Released: June 20, 2015

"A gentler view of Jesus that receptive readers will find intriguing.

A novel about an imagined life of Jesus Christ from debut author Rainbow. Read full book review >
Pura Vida Mae!: An Original Story for Children by Buffie  Biddle
Released: July 17, 2015

"A gorgeous portrayal of a relaxing life in the wilderness."
This kids' book introduces readers to the colorful, exotic world of the Costa Rican jungle through the eyes of an iguana.Read full book review >

Immortal Medusa by Barbara Louise Ungar
Released: April 1, 2015

"An entrancing book of poetry."
Ungar's (English/Coll. of Saint Rose; The Origin of the Milky Way, 2007, etc.) new collection may not make her immortal, but it surely establishes her as a contemporary poet of the first rank. Read full book review >

"A simple, uniquely intimate gateway resource into the early history of American Samoa as well as the influences of colonialism."
A recovered family photo album showcases the early days of American Samoa under a naval administration from 1907 to 1913. Read full book review >
Fierce Thunder  by Courtney Silberberg
Released: Oct. 29, 2015

"A curvy thriller with a few unexpected turns."
American tourists on a Veracruz biking trip find themselves in the middle of a savage war between the Mexican militia and local contraband-running rebels in the Silberbergs' debut novel. Read full book review >

Wilhelmina and the Willamette Wig Factory by Whitney Dineen
Released: Sept. 15, 2015

"Light fantasy with wholesome messages for tweens."
Dineen (She Sins at Midnight, 2014) incorporates spirit advisers into a feel-good, small-town mystery for middle-grade readers. Read full book review >
Defining Atlas by Stone Michaels
Released: March 15, 2015

"Sturdy, exuberant verse."
Like the demigod from which it takes its name, Defining Atlas is a durable, uplifting volume. Read full book review >
Martial Bliss. by Margaretta Barton Colt
Released: June 17, 2015

"An engrossing, delightful descent into a life of books."
Colt (Defend The Valley, 1994) tells the story of a Manhattan-based mom-and-pop military bookstore in this memoir.Read full book review >
Pursuit by Harry Taylor
Released: Dec. 9, 2014

"An intriguing blend of legal thrills and Mafia matters."
A legal thriller that pits the Mafia against a corrupt British legal system. Read full book review >
The Stephen Hawking Death Row Fan Club by R. C.  Goodwin
Released: March 17, 2015

"A collection of prisoncentric stories that astonishes with its vibrancy and strong characters."
Goodwin's potent debut drama is a series of stories about the U.S. rehabilitation system and how criminal acts affect the lives of inmates and victims alike. Read full book review >
Petey & Wolf by David Craig
Released: April 28, 2015

"A charming tale of adventure and friendship."
Petey, a lovable, hardworking donkey, goes for a wild ride in this illustrateddebut children's book.Read full book review >
Baksheesh (Bribes) by DS Kane
Released: June 25, 2015

"More wild, violent adventures in the world of international espionage."
In the fifth installment of the Spies Lie series, former covert operative Cassandra Sashakovich is finally ready to settle down with her family, though a plot to start World War III threatens to pull her back into danger. 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 >