What does it feel like to be accused of a crime you’re sure you didn’t commit, but which you can’t remember? That’s what Maud has to deal with in this emotionally charged novel about the aftermath of the Second World War.
The Lines We Leave Behind is a... Read more
— Victoria Pepe, Editor
I’m from Tennessee and have always had a soft spot for gothic fiction—Flannery O’Connor, William Faulkner, Cormac McCarthy, Ron Rash. I simply love authors who explore the darker side of human nature. And as soon as I began reading Wendy Webb’s Daughters of the Lake...
— Alicia Clancy, Editor
What if the people you believed had always been looking out for you, were actually just protecting themselves?
When Becca Kingsley returns to her hometown to take care of her ailing father, she discovers she never really knew those closest to her. For... Read more
— Megha Parekh, Editor
When Swedish crime reporter and bestselling author Joakim Palmkvist stumbled onto the Lundblad case, he knew right away that this was a book begging to be written. For here, set on a timber farm in the remote forests of rural Sweden—an area known as “the dark heart...
— Liza Darnton, Editor
In the time-honored tradition of children everywhere, the boy in this book wants to stay up late. So one night he slips downstairs to see what he’s missing…and finds his parents and toy duck partying like rock stars with cows, dogs, and monkeys. The fun keeps building...
— Kelsey Skea, Editor
No need to mince words: I adore Rebekah Crane’s novels. So does my teenage daughter and her friends. Rebekah just has a knack for bringing together diverse casts of relatable, contemporary teens whose dynamic friendships are heartbreaking, often hilarious, and...
— Jason Kirk, Editor