Released: Feb. 16, 2012

"Readers will be drawn into Rencher's story, invited to imagine the Book of Revelation materialized and to ponder with the characters whether they are ready to die.

A family struggles to survive the week after a giant asteroid crashes into the sea off the coast of New Jersey. Read full book review >
Released: Aug. 16, 2011

"A dishy tale of grief and growth set in the flashiest city in the world."
A vigorous but strained story of midlife angst. Read full book review >

Released: Feb. 12, 2012

"Although the book might struggle to find its appropriate targeted audience, the reader should find it helpful for not only presenting and outlining thoughts on various topics, but seeing where they fit into the larger structure of knowledge."
An encyclopedia-dictionary hybrid that teaches readers about the world and their own existence. Read full book review >
Released: Oct. 3, 2011

"A well-crafted balance of instruction and inspiration, penned by a dedicated businessman still fighting for his dream."
Rising entrepreneur shares his principles for propelling any business to new heights. Read full book review >
THE DIARIES by Chuck Driskell
Released: Jan. 31, 2012

"Uninventive and fairly exploitative, but still an engaging, enjoyable thriller."
During a routine mission, a troubled spy stumbles upon a cache of diaries—the lost accounts of a Jewish house servant brutalized by Adolf Hitler—in Driskell's thriller. Read full book review >

Released: Oct. 6, 2011

"Andrew's intentions are beyond reproach, but his tendency to preach his lessons learned without allowing readers to experience the learning alongside him makes the memoir less effective and memorable than if he were to detail in more depth the recovery he helped advance."
Andrew's memoir of time spent as an independent aid worker in earthquake-stricken Haiti details the red tape faced by large aid organizations. Read full book review >
Released: Jan. 10, 2012

"Older readers could poke holes in the plot, but the younger set is sure to enjoy this fantastical tale of friendship, baseball and what it means to grow up."
In 1950s America, the answer to any problem lies at the bottom of a malted from the Atomic Shake, until a wild adventure tests the unbreakable friendship between four teenagers in Province's debut novel. Read full book review >
DEEP IN THE CUT by Jonathan Worlde
Released: Aug. 13, 2011

"Bonifante's goofy charm, keen self-perception and wily ambition make for quite the escapade."
A bored but bright lawyer gets caught up in murder in Worlde's thriller. Read full book review >
Released: June 28, 2011

"A story about family, infidelity and isolation that falls short in some places, but is worth a read for its authentic emotions."
Miscolta's debut novel explores familial boundaries and the isolation that can persist in the search for a lasting connection. Read full book review >
Released: June 5, 2011

"A badly needed tonic for free-market zealotry and a major accomplishment in the field of business history."
In this comprehensive survey of historical scholarship, a business executive explores the ancient roots of business and finds lessons for public policy today. Read full book review >
FINAL ADAGIO by Giselle Stancic
Released: Dec. 28, 2011

"A well-played mystery for music lovers. Bravo!"
On a weekend in 1993, the performance of Gustav Mahler's brooding Ninth Symphony by a fictive Chicago Philharmonic frames this cleverly constructed murder mystery. Read full book review >
PROGRAMMED by James Carter
Released: Aug. 26, 2011

"Though uneven in character and plot development, the novel's vivid look at the potential future of humankind might even change the way readers see the world."
In the guise of a traditional sci-fi novel, Carter puts forth a treatise on consumerism, the environment and the future of the planet. 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 >