by B.A. ShapiroOn sale date: 11-03-2015
From the author of the New York Times bestseller The Art Forger… comes a thrilling new novel of art, history, love, and politics that traces the life and mysterious disappearance of a brilliant young artistREAD MORE
Ask a woman about her hair, and she just might tell you the story of her life.
Ask a whole bunch of women about their hair, and you could get a history of the world:…
“Compelling and compassionate human drama. If you want to understand how modern medicine ticks, fasten your seat belt and spend a day in the hospital with Theresa Brown on The Shift.…” —Danielle Ofri, MD,READ MORE
“The Last September… is a wonderful, glowing book populated by characters that become a part of your life long after the last page has been turned. It is the type of novel writers admireREAD MORE
“Jonathan Evison is a ridiculously gifted storyteller: racing, breathless, and vibrant with his prose, hungry for personal truths, and clearly in love with the world around us all. That compassion and those writerly charms are…READ MORE
“When you strike a match, it burns brighter in the first nanosecond than it will ever burn again. That first incandescence. That instantaneous and brilliant flash. The year was 1980, and I was the match,…READ MORE
If life is a journey–with detours, paths from which to choose, and myriad roadblocks to overcome–then Otto Ringling is most certainly on the journey of a lifetime.
The first fifty or so years of Otto’s…
by Heidi Pitlor
She still had time before work. She could go food shopping. She could fold the kids’ laundry and get the car washed and return some library books. Or Hannah could do something else. She could…READ MORE
As the obituary writer in a spectacularly beautiful but often dangerous spit of land in Alaska, Heather Lende knows something about last words and lives well lived. Now she’s distilled what she’s learned about how…READ MORE
by Andrew Roe
The crowds keep coming. More and more every day, drawn by rumor and whisper and desperate wish. They come to Shaker Street to see eight-year-old Anabelle Vincent, who lies in a coma-like state–unable to move…READ MORE