Jazz: America's Gift by Richie  Gerber
Released: May 6, 2015

"A lively, if not thorough, overview of jazz's origins."
A debut book that examines American jazz's early history, focusing mainly on legendary composer George Gershwin. Read full book review >
The Royal Secret by John Bentley
Released: June 15, 2015

"A dense, theory-packed book that will appeal to lovers of historical conspiracies but may leave mystery buffs cold."
Mysteries, conspiracies, hidden identities, and secret codes abound in this debut thriller, which shuttles readers between the modern day and Tudor England. Read full book review >

Exquisite Folly by Jonathan Carriel
Released: May 15, 2015

"An engaging, suspenseful novel that combines an intriguing murder mystery with heaps of historical information."
A riveting mystery set in New York City in 1765 on the eve of the Stamp Act. Read full book review >
The Butcher's Daughter by Mark M. McMillin

"Opens with a gripping scene of murder, then careens through betrayal, piracy, passion, and treasure galore."
In this swashbuckling debut adventure, a young girl witnesses the brutal murder of her father but ultimately grows up to be an influential and beloved 19th-century seafarer. Read full book review >
Awakening to Aging by Myrtle Heery
Released: May 7, 2015

"A meditation on aging for those who see the final years as an opportunity for personal development and joy."
Death isn't the enemy in this carefully curated collection of essays, which paints the aging process as an opportunity for self-discovery, acceptance, and growth. Read full book review >

Closure by David Magee
Released: March 21, 2015

"A slow boil that expertly paints a private detective and the war-torn land where he resides."
In Magee's debut thriller, a British military operative turned private investigator gets caught in a crossfire when a missing person case takes him deep into the Republican heartland of north Belfast. Read full book review >
Those Bones at Goliad by Judith Austin Mills
Released: Sept. 7, 2015

"Texas history on a broad, complex scale."
A sweeping tale of 19th-century Texas. Read full book review >
Justice for Mackenzie by Susan Stoker
Released: Aug. 4, 2015

"More romance than thriller but enough of both to make this breezy read pure entertainment."
A Texas Ranger's newly discovered romance may be threatened by a serial killer who buries women alive in Stoker's (Protecting Jessyka, 2015, etc.) thriller, the first in a series. Read full book review >
The Vivisection Mambo by Lolita Lark
Released: Oct. 1, 2015

"A fine anthology of some of the best contemporary poetry around."
Fresh new writers rub elbows with past masters in this scintillating collection of verse. Read full book review >
Invasion Of The Ortaks by Sveinn Benónýsson
Released: May 10, 2014

"A well-rounded cliffhanger of an opening to a series likely to engage fans of medieval-themed fantasy."
In the first installment of Benónýsson's Invasion of the Ortaks fantasy series, a tale of political intrigue and unlikely camaraderie takes shape on the continent of Esthopia. Read full book review >
Soaring: Living Empowered and Joyful by Matti Dobbs
Released: May 15, 2015

"Timeless staples of spiritual practice enlivened and elevated by a buoyant approach."
Dobbs, a therapist and life coach, offers a road map to a blissful life in her debut self-help book. Read full book review >
I Mean You No Harm; I Seek Your Greatest Good by Jim  Mehan
Released: April 28, 2015

"An engaging, albeit imbalanced, discussion of the psychology and application of trust building."
Author of four previous books, poet and positive psychologist Meehan (Hall Ways to Success and Significance, 2014, etc.) explores the origins and meanings of two promises that have guided his life work as an organizational relationship consultant.Read full book review >
Kirkus Interview
Sara Paretsky
author of BRUSH BACK
July 28, 2015

No one would accuse V. I. Warshawski of backing down from a fight, but there are a few she’d be happy to avoid. High on that list is tangling with Chicago political bosses. Yet that’s precisely what she ends up doing when she responds to Frank Guzzo’s plea for help in Brush Back, the latest thriller from bestselling author Sara Paretsky. For six stormy weeks back in high school, V.I. thought she was in love with Frank. He broke up with her, she went off to college, he started driving trucks for Bagby Haulage. She forgot about him until the day his mother was convicted of bludgeoning his kid sister, Annie, to death. Stella Guzzo was an angry, uncooperative prisoner and did a full 25 years for her daughter’s murder. Newly released from prison, Stella is looking for exoneration, so Frank asks V.I. for help. “Paretsky, who plots more conscientiously than anyone else in the field, digs deep, then deeper, into past and present until all is revealed,” our reviewer writes. View video >