Books to Discover (page 2)

Released: July 26, 2014

"An exhilarating thriller that will have readers demanding another sequel."
In Cooper's (Riders of the Tides, 2013) second thriller featuring tribal forester Earl Armstrong, a wealthy man resorts to murder and kidnapping to find an ancient mask on an island off the Washington coast. Read full book review >
Released: May 3, 2013

"Eat, Pray, Love for tweens."
The matchless true-life travelogue of a 9-year-old's trip to Borneo, co-authored by a mother-daughter writing team. Read full book review >

Released: April 11, 2014

"Reveals one fascinating aspect of the legal system, informing the reader while demonstrating the value of artistic interpretation."
A new approach to understanding the criminal justice system through the eyes of courtroom artists. Read full book review >

"Asher has a great voice for crime fiction; hopefully he'll use it frequently."
Asher (Olivia Jane Doe, 2013) proves he has what it takes to make an entertaining book about noble lowlifes and con games. Read full book review >
Released: Jan. 19, 2014

"An underdog tale replete with legal battles, gruesome surgeries and a few too many superlatives."
A maimed cop fights to regain his life in this inspiring true story. Read full book review >

Released: April 21, 2014

"An Arabian Nights–style conclusion to an intriguing cross-cultural love story."
A love affair between an atheist and a Muslim takes some bizarre turns in this sequel to A Silent Prayer (2014). Read full book review >
Released: Jan. 1, 2014

"An intriguing, intensely readable combination of Game of Thrones and the New Testament."
A dark fantasy about an alliance between the Queen of Hell and the Son of God. Read full book review >
EPOCH DAWNING by C.H.E. Sadaphal
Released: July 11, 2013

"An involving, well-constructed sci-fi tale of survival."
A sci-fi variation on the story of Adam and Eve. Read full book review >
Released: Nov. 26, 2012

"A gripping, fast-moving and emotionally charged drama centered on well-drawn characters with genuine motives."
Brenham's fast-paced police drama juggles a number of narrative lines and disparate characters. Read full book review >
Released: June 17, 2014

"Morbidly fascinating, even in its deadpan style; likely to become a staple in zombie collections."
Leppanen's sci-fi debut is a collection of scientific reports on how best to control and manage the worldwide spread of Zooanthroponotic Occult MetaBiomimetic Infectious Encephalitis—zombies! Read full book review >

Banished by his superpowered kin, a resourceful young man aims to transcend space and time to save at least three civilizations in Reiter's debut novel.Long ago, the gray-and-blue-skinned Malgovi race, fighting a losing interstellar battle with the savage BroSohnti, suddenly developed the "iro-form"—the astounding ability to manipulate energy and light, giving rise to talents ranging from telepathy to death rays. Read full book review >
Released: July 3, 2013

"An engrossing read that's a solid addition to the fantasy genre."
Evil forces empowered by the Dark Writings threaten to destroy the Realm in Schmutz's debut fantasy novel. Read full book review >
Kirkus Interview
Fatima Bhutto
April 14, 2015

Set during the American invasion of Afghanistan, Fatima Bhutto’s debut novel The Shadow of the Crescent Moon begins and ends one rain-swept Friday morning in Mir Ali, a small town in Pakistan’s Tribal Areas close to the Afghan border. Three brothers meet for breakfast. Soon after, the eldest, Aman Erum, recently returned from America, hails a taxi to the local mosque. Sikandar, a doctor, drives to the hospital where he works, but must first stop to collect his troubled wife, who has not joined the family that morning. No one knows where Mina goes these days. But when, later in the morning, the two are taken hostage by members of the Taliban, Mina will prove to be stronger than anyone could have imagined. Our reviewer writes that The Shadow of the Crescent Moon is “a timely, earnest portrait of a family torn apart by the machinations of other people’s war games and desperately trying to survive.” View video >