"A rollicking murder mystery. . . . a wildly entertaining romp. . . . Laugh? I died."--Vogue
The New York Times bestselling author of Bergdorf Blondes takes us back to the decadent 1980s in this comic murder mystery set in the tony world of Oxford University.
THE NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLERAmanda Quick, the bestselling author of 'Til Death Do Us Part, transports readers to 1930s California, where glamour and seduction spawn a multitude of sins...
The new novel from New York Times bestseller Dennis Lehane, author of Mystic River and Shutter Island
"Lehane is the master of complex human characters thrust into suspenseful, page-turning situations." --Gillian Flynn
New York Times Bestselling Author of A Paris Apartment
The international hit that sold half a million copies in France: a chilling work of fiction--but based on a true story--about a friendship gone terrifyingly toxic and the nature of reality.
Winner of Le Prix Renaudot 2015
Winner of Le Prix Goncourt des Lyceens 2015
"Salvalaggio, whose trademarks include intricate plotting and stark but affecting prose, scores another triumph."--Richmond Times-Dispatch
One of Bookbub's "Biggest Historical Fictions Books Coming Out This Summer," from debut historical novelist Jenni L. Walsh--and just in time for the 50th anniversary of the Oscar award-winning film, Bonnie and Clyde--Becoming Bonnie is the untold story of how wholesome Bonnelyn Parker became half of the infamous Bonnie and Clyde duo
With the city unsettled and rife with rumors, Eleanor Clifford's abrupt return to York upon the mysterious death of her husband in Strasbourg is met with suspicion in the city. Her daughter Kate is determined to keep her distance, but it will not be easy--Eleanor has settled next door with the intention of establishing a house of beguines, or poor sisters.
Bobby Comfort and Sammy "the Arab" Nalo were highly skilled jewel thieves who specialized in robbing luxury Manhattan hotels.
The body of a senior official has been found in a filthy sewer, and a note left in his mouth warns the British to quit India, or else.
An only child, Abigail has been raised amid the books and instruments of her father's grim profession, and he in turn indulges her curious and critical mind. Now she must push against the restrictions society places on a girl her age to pursue an increasingly dangerous investigation.