The Kronos Interference by Edward  Miller
THRILLERS
Released: June 30, 2012

"An impressively original take on alternative history."
In this time-travel thriller, debut authors Miller and Manas spin a clever, original variation on a classic alternative history premise: What if it were possible to travel back in time and kill Adolf Hitler? Read full book review >
MATERIAL WITNESS by L.A. Mondello
MYSTERY & CRIME
Released: June 6, 2012

"Terrific escapist entertainment, as good as anything in Janet Evanovich's oeuvre."
Mondello's latest, a pulse-pounding, pitch-perfect addition to the romantic-suspense genre. Read full book review >

THE IGUANA SPEAKS MY NAME by Roberto Moulun
ESSAYS & ANTHOLOGIES
Released: Sept. 1, 2012

"Imaginative storytelling with real literary depth."
Lush landscapes, enchanted happenings, tangled roots and violence suffuse this beguiling collection of stories set in the highlands of Guatemala. Read full book review >
THE TEN by Leland Myrick
SCIENCE FICTION & FANTASY
Released: Feb. 12, 2012

"An exemplar of storytelling and character-driven adventure."
Graphic novelist turned fantasy author Myrick (Feynman, 2011, etc.) releases the first installment of a promising trilogy that trails an elite warrior as he adventures through foreign lands, weaves magic and vanquishes his enemies. Read full book review >
RUTTING SEASON by Roy Ness
NATURE & TRAVEL
Released: June 26, 2012

"An uplifting read that informs, enlightens and satisfies."
In addressing both man against nature and the nature of man, Ness's novel raises challenging questions about the balance between hunting for sport and hunting for survival. Read full book review >

KINGDOM by Anderson O'Donnell
SCIENCE FICTION & FANTASY
Released: May 10, 2012

"For fans of noir-laden science fiction in the vein of Philip K. Dick that is in equal measures suspenseful, gripping, darkly funny and philosophically challenging."
Against a backdrop of dystopian urban sprawl and human suffering, a morally questionable scientific corporation hunts for the gene responsible for the soul in O'Donnell's debut novel, the first in a planned sci-fi trilogy. Read full book review >
THE CHESTERFIELD HOURS by Gwyn Parry
FICTION & LITERATURE

"The only unsatisfying feature of Parry's debut is that it ends."
This lighthearted, sparkling novel presents the adventures, romantic and otherwise, of a man, his dog, his mother's ghost and other assorted characters. Read full book review >
SLICK! by David Perlstein
THRILLERS
Released: Nov. 1, 2011

"What else is there to say? It's slick."
As a deadlocked election grips the fictional sultanate of Moq'tar, no issue is safe from Perlstein's (God's Others, 2010, etc.) wit as he lampoons politics in the Gulf. Read full book review >