THE ADVENTURIST by J. Bradford Hipps
Released: April 5, 2016

"The arrival of a top-notch talent."
A brilliant, introspective, socially awkward software engineer navigates corporate and personal challenges. Read full book review >
THE WIDOWER'S WIFE by Cate Holahan
Released: Aug. 9, 2016

"The result is one of those rare thrillers that really will keep you reading all night, especially if you pack it to take on your next Caribbean cruise."
A dogged insurance investigator suspects that a perfect wife's accidental death was anything but. He doesn't know the half of it. Read full book review >

MR. SPLITFOOT by Samantha Hunt
Released: Jan. 5, 2016

"A truly fantastic novel in which the blurring of natural and supernatural creates a stirring, visceral conclusion."
Foster children, abandoned houses, and craters left by meteorites weave together a strange and frightening ghost story. Read full book review >
THE OBELISK GATE  by N.K.  Jemisin
Released: Aug. 16, 2016

"Stunning, again."
In the second of a trilogy (The Fifth Season, 2015) by the science-fiction columnist for the New York Times Book Review, the latest in a series of apocalypses marches on. Read full book review >
FORBIDDEN by Beverly Jenkins
Released: Jan. 26, 2016

"For readers who enjoy love stories with steamy interludes against historical backdrops, Jenkins' latest is not to be missed."
A biracial saloon owner hides his heritage after the Civil War but can't bring himself to marry a spoiled white woman instead of the strong African-American woman who's taken his fancy. Read full book review >

NEWS OF THE WORLD by Paulette Jiles
Released: Oct. 4, 2016

"Lyrical and affecting, the novel succeeds in skirting clichés through its empathy and through the depth of its major characters."
In post-Civil War Texas, a 10-year-old girl makes an odyssey back to her aunt and uncle's home after living with the Kiowa warriors who had killed her parents four years earlier. Read full book review >
Released: Oct. 18, 2016

"With sometimes-battering extremes of emotion and pain that ranges from personal injury to corrosive political nastiness, Kennedy's urban odyssey offers an unusual and often powerful love story."
Two people try desperately to make a connection in this angry, sad story of damaged lives and the personal and national politics that abet the problems. Read full book review >
Released: May 31, 2016

"Kleypas is a masterful writer, and her latest offering will be welcomed by fans old and new."
A Welsh grocer's son has built a retail empire in London, but an infatuation with the daughter of an earl threatens his self-control. Read full book review >