Released: March 25, 2015

"An enjoyable, informative self-help book."
Actress and animal activist Rowland explores the nuances of unlocking one's charisma in order to have a richer, happier, and more fulfilled life. Read full book review >
Seven Weeks to Forever by Jennifer Farwell
Released: Jan. 8, 2015

"Appealing characters and a warm, sparkly love story tinged with wish fulfillment."
In this YA paranormal romance, a teenage girl has just a few weeks to live—and now a handsome stranger needs her help or he'll die too. Read full book review >

Make Yourselves at Home by Katherine Elberfeld
Released: May 5, 2015

"This delightful collection of short fiction sketches Southern life of the past."
Writer and Episcopal priest Elberfeld offers this short but charming collection of quintessential Southern short stories (The Lady of the House, 2013). Read full book review >
Never Kill Twice by R. K. Diwan
Released: March 6, 2015

"A good mixture of mysticism, mystery, and action."
An American CIA agent is sent to the Far East to retrieve an ancient artifact and must dodge the Chinese military, a monk who shoots energy bolts, and other mercenaries in Díwan's debut thriller. Read full book review >
Glimpsing Into the Kingdom by Paul Harrington
Released: Oct. 21, 2013

"A book with challenging, uplifting messages that may spark valuable discussions about the community of faith."
Harrington, in his debut, interprets a collection of parables for readers seeking the kingdom of God in everyday life. Read full book review >

Letters from Galveston by Karen Paysse Rowe
Released: April 14, 2015

"Epistolary testimony to affection and the power of communication."
A charming collection of heartfelt love letters from the early 1940s. Read full book review >
Longer Than Forevermore by Martha Sears West
written and illustrated by Martha Sears West
Released: Dec. 1, 2013

"This book's straightforward rhythm and appealing illustrations will likely make it a favorite of parents and young children.
A children's picture book that presents a story within a story about the enduring nature of love. Read full book review >
The Phoenix Rising by Phenice Arielle
Released: Dec. 26, 2013

"A smart, thrilling story of a dangerous and mystical adventure."
In Arielle's debut YA novel, a New York University journalism student discovers the truth about her mysterious past while visiting Africa. Read full book review >
Released: March 15, 2015

"A fascinating historical document for readers interested in the Balkan wars."
A new translation of Radovan Karadžić's 2010 defense before the International Criminal Tribunal, coupled with an alternative history of the Balkan wars. Read full book review >
The Wicked Game by R.M. Smith
Released: July 15, 2014

"Fast, incisive, and audaciously entertaining. Readers may have seen it before, but they'll likely enjoy it this time around."
In Smith's (Alive! Not Dead, 2014) thriller, a man is caught in an adult version of hide-and-seek, complete with rifle-toting players who'll kill to stay alive.Read full book review >
Rhiannon's Tale by Barbara Elder
Released: June 8, 2015

"A solid debut layered with flashbacks, eroticism, and emotionally dynamic characters."
In this romantic fantasy debut, a young woman who can see peoples' auras learns that she's part of a larger clan, one a militant cult wants destroyed. Read full book review >
How I beat Satan...and the I.R.S. by Mark Emery
Released: June 2, 2015

"A short series of daredevil tricks and stunts to fight the IRS; use at your own risk."
Emery (One Freeman's War, 2015) explains his struggles with—and victories against—the Internal Revenue Service.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 >