A new piece of foodie fiction that nurses a broken heart and fills an empty stomach at the same time.
A book that begs the question: While even true love comes with a risk, who are two dreamers to argue with destiny?
I Let You Go is an intense thriller following a mother trying to escape the memory of the death of her child and the police trying to get to the bottom of the crime.
John Corey Whaley
A hilarious and heartwarming coming-of-age perfect for readers of Me and Earl and the Dying Girl and All The Bright Places.
The Assistants speaks directly to a new generation of women who feel stuck and unable to get ahead playing by the rules.
A Fine Imitation explores what happens when we realize that the life we've always led is not the life we want to have.
By turns a gripping adventure story and a journey of tremendous inner transformation, The Yoga of Max's Discontent is a contemporary take on man's classic quest for transcendence.
Braving It is an ode to America’s disappearing wilderness and a profound meditation on what it means for a child to grow up—and a parent to finally, fully let go.
A page-turner that shifts deftly between the past and present and reexamines legacies, their definition of family, and what it truly means to love someone, steadfastly, across the ages.
In Food and the City, Ina Yalof takes us on an insider’s journey into New York’s pulsating food scene alongside the men and women who call it home.
From New York Times bestselling, two-time Edgar-award-winning author Steve Hamilton comes an unforgettable new hero, a man who will walk out of prison and into a harrowing double life that is anything but free.
The first in a new military science fiction series that has been praised as both riveting and action packed.
From New York Times bestsellling author Jude Deveraux, a new series set against the backdrop of Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice.
Following the New York Times bestselling Hard Country and its sequel Backlands, The Last Ranch enthralls with the deeply rich, sometimes heartbreaking Kerney family saga.
She Poured Out Her Heart is a finely wrought, haunting story of female friendship and deception, and the distance in between.
In Dave Hill Doesn’t Live Here Anymore, Hill’s voice is sharp, carefree, laced with just the right amount of profanity, and he is—seemingly despite himself—deeply empathetic.
This gorgeous puzzle of a novel touches the head and the heart, and the effect is nothing short of electrifying.
Part coming-of-age memoir, part travelogue, sprinkled throughout with regional maps and wine recommendations, Champagne Baby imparts the critical lessons that pair with both wine and life.
The story of a woman coming home to embrace her own life -- mistakes and all -- and finding the courage to confront the ghosts of her past and the secrets she was forced to keep.
We reunite with a disjointed Murder Squad that is once again is confronted with a case that seems impossible to solve.
A tale of 21st century China, Street of Eternal Happiness profiles China’s distinct generations through multifaceted characters who illuminate an enlightening, humorous, and at times heartrending journey.
A fresh, honest, and ruefully funny story about love, sex, marriage, grief, friendship and parenthood, This Too Shall Pass is an irresistible novel that is fast becoming an international phenomenon.
A blend of travel writing, history, and comic memoir, The Wonder Trail will inspire, inform, and delight.
By turns an involving historical thriller and a novel with parallels to our own time, The Devils of Cardona is an unexpected and compelling read.
With time running out, and America demanding vengeance, Pike Logan and Jennifer Cahill race to unravel a mystery before a point of no return is reached.
The After Party unfurls a story of friendship as obsessive, euphoric, consuming, and complicated as any romance.
New York Times-bestselling author and acclaimed cultural critic Chuck Klosterman explores the possibility that our currently held beliefs and assumptions about the world will eventually be proven wrong.
Jessica Winter’s ferociously intelligent debut novel is a wry satire of celebrity do-goodism as well as an exploration of the difficulty of navigating friendships.
Sons and Daughters of Ease and Plenty is a story of American wealth, class, family, and mobility, approached by award-winner Ramona Ausubel.
Alternately ribald and emotionally resonant, How to Ruin Everything announces a versatile writer with a promising career ahead.
From an Oscar-nominated screenwriter, a laugh-out-loud Waugh-like satiric novel about a band of British dilettantes who try to halt the Bosnian war by performing "peace plays" from the back of their van in Sarajevo.
Shot through with humor and wisdom, This Must Be the Place is a powerful rumination on the nature of identity, and the complexities of loyalty and devotion
A glorious send-up of young D.C. and a blazingly honest portrait of a marriage, this is the finest work yet by one of our most beloved writers.