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Our Editors’ Picks Revealed!

Yesterday during Library Journal's "Editor's Picks" webinar, our very own Jen Enderlin (Vice President and Associate Publisher, St. Martin's Press) and Kelley Ragland (Editorial Director, Minotaur Books) gushed about the following four summer titles that they're incredibly excited to be working on:

THE CARETAKER
A.X. Ahmad
Coming in May!

A disgraced Sikh Indian Army captain becomes ensnared in a U.S. Senator's shadowy world while working as a caretaker on the Senator's estate.

"Weaving together Singh’s Sikh faith with very personal moments, taut action sequences, and events with international significance, Ahmad’s thriller should have broad appeal." -Library Journal (starred review)

"Beyond the masterfully crafted high-adrenaline story, readers will be fascinated by Ranjit's Sikh faith, rarely seen in American fiction." -Booklist (starred review)

Download our Spring 2013 Debut Chapter E-Sampler to starting reading THE CARETAKER now!

ALWAYS WATCHING
Chevy Stevens
Coming in June!

Family secrets and missing memories abound in the latest from the New York Times bestselling author.

"Real psychological thrills from the author of the best-selling STILL MISSING." -Library Journal

The e-galley of ALWAYS WATCHING is available to download from Edelweiss now. Get whitelisted!

LADIES' NIGHT
Mary Kay Andrews
Coming in June!

The perfect beach read about lifestyle blogger Grace Stanton whose life torpedos after she drives her cheating husband's pricey sports car straight into the family swimming pool.

"Bound to be big." -Library Journal

LOST
S.J. Bolton
Coming in June!

A killer is taunting the cops, and London police officer Lacey Flint must pull herself together if she wants to help before it's too late.

"Pay attention to Bolton, a two-time Mary Higgins Clark Award winner and an ITW Thriller Award, CWA Gold Dagger, and Barry Award nominee." -Library Journal

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Read Bolton's article on Goodreads called "Why We Need Our Libraries." 

We'll post a link to the archived webinar as soon as it becomes available.

UPDATE: You can now watch the full webinar here! (Macmillan titles begin at the 18 minute point.) Thanks for listening!

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