This year is the 100th anniversary of women gaining the right to vote, and to celebrate, we will be featuring some of our favorite fiction and nonfiction females from upcoming and core backlist titles. And what better way to start than with a spotlight on one of literature’s most beloved women, Jane Austen! MISS AUSTEN […]
Horror, crime, and spooky woods + an abduction by Boko Haram + the next part of Bailey the dog’s journey + a young historian with a changed life path = this week’s #pubday party. SUICIDE WOODS: Stories by Benjamin Percy A Kirkus Reviews Most Anticipated Book for Fall 2019 + in Publishers Weekly‘s Fall 2019 […]
For Maddie James and her team of terrorism experts, the biggest threats to stopping an attack are clumsy bureucracy and red tape. When she narrowly fails prevent a terrorist attack, the government tries to blame it on Iran without evidence, forcing Maddie to investigate.
Written with inside knowledge that only a CIA operative of 21 years could demonstrate, Intelligence is a stunning debut that was just awarded a starred review by Publishers Weekly:
"Many will find Hasler's female point-of-view a welcome change from the usual smash-and-bash male offering in the genre."