If you saw our awesome cover ad on the May 1st issue of Booklist, thanks for stopping by! (And thank you even if that's NOT how you found us!) Please take a closer look at all the great new mysteries and thrillers which were featured.
And, as always, don't hesitate to email me if you have any questions.
Not only is Paul Doiron's debut thriller The Poacher's Son receiving rave reviews, we got the pleasure of meeting the author at ALA Midwinter! He signed galleys for eager librarians, and was happy to answer all of their questions. Thanks Paul, and congrats on the following reviews!
PW starred review: "This evocative thriller is sure to put Doiron on many 2010 Must-Read lists!"
Booklist starred review: "One hopes this fine novel is the first in a series starring Warden
Library Journal starred review: "Doiron’s well-written debut is also a taut thriller and a thoughtful examination of the complicated relationship between father and son."
Kirkus Reviews starred review: "Both tender and chilling.”
The February issue of Library Journal awarded four of our mysteries with starred reviews! Excerpts from the reviews are below!
Blood Hina: "Edgar Award winner Hirahara has created a most original L.A. sleuth. In his fourth outing (after Snakeskin Shamisen), the Hiroshima survivor is self-deprecating and humble yet takes a sure, straightforward approach to helping those in trouble."
Liars All: "Bannister just gets better with each book."Read more