Librarian spy Irene and her apprentice Kai return for another "tremendously fun, rip-roaring adventure," (A Fantastical Librarian) third in the bibliophilic fantasy series from the author of The Masked City.
Never judge a book by its cover...
The California hills are filled with folly as one of Margaret Millar most beloved characters, Tom Aragon, a Mexican-American lawyer turned private investigator, looks into three very bizarre vanishings.
A taut, erotically charged literary noir set in Houston about a woman caught up in her friend's shocking murder, and the dark truths she uncovers.
A common, garden variety murder...
Set in the glamorous 1920s, A Fine Imitation is an intoxicating debut that sweeps readers into a privileged Manhattan socialite's restless life and the affair with a mysterious painter that upends her world, flashing back to her years at Vassar and the friendship that brought her to the brink of ruin.
A pulse-racing international thriller from the New York Times bestselling author of The Expats and The AccidentIt's 3:00am. Do you know where your husband is?
A "disquieting" (The New York Times) and mesmerizing tale from an award-winning British author about a mysterious group of children who appear to a disfigured recluse and his country doctor--a tale that " stirs] the imagination in the manner of Roald Dahl or C.S. Lewis" (Winnepeg Free Press).
"A rolling bouncy-house of a caper tale, The Everything Box abounds with quick-witted characters, snarky dialogue, and surreal analogies.
From a dazzling new voice in historical fiction, Flight of Dreams is a suspenseful, heart-wrenching novel that brings the fateful voyage of the Hindenburg to life.
From the author of the international best seller An Instance of the Fingerpost, Arcadia is an astonishing work of imagination.
From New York Times bestselling author Thomas Perry comes a whip-smart and lethally paced standalone novel, Forty Thieves.
From the Orange Prize-winning author of A Crime in the Neighborhood, Suzanne Berne's The Dogs of Littlefield is "sublime" (The Chicago Tribune), a suspenseful and hilarious "suburban comedy of manners par excellence" (Kirkus Reviews) that explores the unease behind the manicured lawns of suburban America.