• Every Dog Has His Day

    Every Dog Has His Day

    Jenn McKinlay

    A snowstorm brings out the best in two neighbors, who, it turns out, have more in common than their mutual attraction. 

  • The Gone World

    The Gone World

    Tom Sweterlitsch

    Luminous and unsettling, The Gone World bristles with world-shattering ideas yet remains at its heart an intensely human story.

  • The Policeman's Daughter

    The Policeman's Daughter

    Trudy Nan Boyce

    This is the tale of a woman who solves crimes through a combination of keen observation, grunt work, and pure gut instinct; this is the making of Detective Salt.

  • The Broken Girls

    The Broken Girls

    Simone St. James

    "Clever and wonderfully chilling. It held me hostage in a very modern ghost story until the early hours."-- Fiona Barton, New York Times bestselling author of The Widow



  • Ramses the Damned

    Ramses the Damned

    Anne Rice and Christopher Rice

    Ramses the Great, former pharaoh of Egypt, is reawakened by the elixir of life in Edwardian England and is swept up in a fierce and deadly battle of wills and psyches against the once-great Queen Cleopatra.

  • Beasts Made of Night

    Beasts Made of Night

    Tochi Onyebuchi

    Packed with dark magic and thrilling action, Beasts Made of Night is a gritty Nigerian-influenced fantasy perfect for fans of Paolo Bacigalupi and Nnedi Okorafor.

  • Radio Free Vermont

    Radio Free Vermont

    Bill McKibben

    Witty, biting, and terrifyingly timely, Radio Free Vermont is Bill McKibben's fictional response to the burgeoning resistance movement.

  • Bonfire


    Krysten Ritter

    With tantalizing twists, slow-burning suspense, and a remote, rural town of just five claustrophobic miles, Bonfire is a dark exploration of what happens when your past and present collide.

  • The Friendly Orange Glow

    The Friendly Orange Glow

    Brian Dear

    Fascinating, first hand, and revelatory, The Friendly Orange Glow makes clear that the work of PLATO practitioners has profoundly shaped the computer industry from its inception to our very moment.

  • The French Girl

    The French Girl

    Lexie Elliott

    "A gripping mystery that delves into the past and the darker side of friendships, this book will have you questioning everything you think you know."--Megan Miranda, New York Times bestselling author of All the Missing Girls

  • Death in the Stacks

    Death in the Stacks

    Jenn McKinlay

    "A sparkling setting, lovely characters, books, knitting, and chowder! What more could any reader ask?"--Lorna Barrett, New York Times bestselling author

  • Seventh Decimate

    Seventh Decimate

    Stephen R. Donaldson

    "A new Stephen Donaldson book is always a cause for celebration. Seventh Decimate will whet your appetite for a sequel."--New York Times bestselling author Terry Brooks

  • The Man in the Crooked Hat

    The Man in the Crooked Hat

    Harry Dolan

    Harry Dolan brings a blend of suspense, sly wit, serpentine plotting, and outright fun in The Man in the Crooked Hat.

  • A Darker Sea

    A Darker Sea

    James L. Haley

    With exquisite detail and guns-blazing action, A Darker Sea illuminates an unforgettable period in American history.

  • City of Lies

    City of Lies

    Victoria Thompson

    City of Lies is the first book in a new series from national bestselling author, Victoria Thompson, following a young con woman who assumes a new identity in the early twentieth century.



  • Hoover


    Kenneth Whyte

    Hoover is the definitive biography that captures the full scale of Herbert Hoover's extraordinary life.