The New York Times bestselling author of The Secret Life of Violet Grant returns with the story of another Schuyler sister, a young woman embroiled in politics, passion, and dangerous secrets....
A Finalist for the Edgar Award for Best First Novel"Remarkable . . . This isn't your ordinary coming-of-age novel, but with his bone-cutting insights into these men and the region that bred them, Joy makes it an extraordinarily intimate experience."--Marilyn Stasio, The New York Times Book Review
"A thoughtful twist on the recovery memoir" (O, The Oprah Magazine) that explains the different ways bestselling author Martha Grimes and her son, Ken Grimes, recognized and overcame their addictions, now with two new chapters--one from each author.
Raymond Chandler meets Nick Hornby in this clever noir romp through hipster Brooklyn as a mysterious mix tape puts a young amateur sleuth on the hunt for a killer—and for the truths hidden within her own heart.
To listen to someone else's mix tapes is a huge breach of trust.
But KitKat was dead…and curiosity got the better of me.
A brilliantly conceived, deeply unsettling psychological thriller— already an international sensation—about a woman haunted by secrets, the consuming desire for revenge, and the terrible price we pay when we try to hide the truth.
OPTIONED FOR FILM BY LEGENDARY PICTURES (Interstellar, the Dark Knight films, Godzilla)"The Damned underlines Pyper's growing reputation as one of the most talented successors to the inimitable Stephen King." --Daily Mail (UK) Most people who have a near-death experience come back alone...but not Danny Orchard.
In this first book of the Rising Dragon series, "explore a side of Hong Kong tourists rarely experience" (Kirkus Reviews) as an expat journalist tries to crack a murder case in the "darkly beautiful, heart-wrenching" (Booklist, starred review) thriller set in China from the internationally bestselling author of The Art of Hearing Heartbeats.
Andrew Marr's first novel is a darkly comic tale of deception and skullduggery at Downing Street and Whitehall. Making full use of his unrivalled inside knowledge of the British political scene, Marr has created a sparkling entertainment, a wholly original depiction of Westminster and its denizens, and a fascinating, irreverent glimpse behind the parliamentary curtain.
The acclaimed and unforgettable true story of offbeat intellect and pioneering paranormal investigator Charles Fort--in paperback for the first time.
Two-Headed Mary, the philanthropic panhandler who dresses like a society matron when she approaches theatergoers for donations to nonexistent charities, is missing. So is sidelined hoofer Billie Trask, who disappeared from the cashier's office of K. Jeffrey Welton's hit show Lucky Lady with the weekend take.