"A colorful and inventive adventure tale."--Washington Post
"It's True Grit, New York style."--New York Post
"One of the best mystery novels of the year: wonderful and very entertaining."
--New York Journal of Books
The author of the New York Times bestseller The Girl Who Knew Too Much returns to Victorian London in a novel of deadly obsession...
From the award-winning author of The Bellwether Revivals comes a "gorgeous and harrowing work" (Emily St. John Mandel) set on a mysterious island, where artists strive to recover their lost gifts--and where nothing is quite as it seems.
The Rosalind Thorne Mysteries--inspired by the novels of Jane Austen--continue as the audacious Rosalind strives to aid those in need while navigating the halls of high society...Rosalind Thorne has slowly but assuredly gained a reputation as "a useful woman"--by helping respectable women out of some less-than-respectable predicaments.
One of the Best Books of 2016--NPR, the Washington Post, The Wall Street Journal, the Boston Globe, Elle, Thrillist, Publishers Weekly, Time Out New York, Self and Kirkus
The eleventh installment in the delightful, internationally acclaimed series featuring Chief of Police Bruno.A pair of murders, a romance, and rivals in pursuit of a long-lost vintage car make for another mystery for Bruno, chief of police.
With stories of hidden treasure and secret chambers, past and present collide in Hannah Dennison's A Killer Ball at Honeychurch Hall.
The debut novel that J. Courtney Sullivan calls "addictive, hilarious, and smart. It's "9 to 5 for the student loan generation" and Publishers Weekly describes as "if the characters from HBO's Girls were capable of larceny and blackmail."
"LOTS OF CHARACTERS GET COMPARED TO MY OWN JACK REACHER, BUT PETRIE'S PETER ASH IS THE REAL DEAL."--Lee Child*An Entertainment Weekly Must List Pick