We’ve got two of Library Journal’s Fall 2018 Editors’ Picks! “Twenty-five years after her groundbreaking RECLAIMING OPHELIA, which examined the lives of adolescent girls, psychologist Mary Pipher addresses the concerns of their older sisters in WOMEN ROWING NORTH: Navigating Life’s Currents and Flourishing as We Age (Bloomsbury USA, Jan. 2019) as they transition into late […]
We can’t wait to see you in New York City next month during Library Journal & School Library Journal’s Days of Dialog, at BookExpo (Macmillan booth #2444-2445), and at these MANY fantastic events: Wednesday, May 30 Library Journal‘s Day of Dialog 9:00am-6:00pm John Jay College of Criminal Justice 524 W 59th Street, New York, NY […]
The Mystery Writers of America just announced the 2018 Edgar Award nominees, including 5 Macmillan titles! Best First Novel TORNADO WEATHER by Deborah E. Kennedy (Flatiron Books) Best Fact Crime MRS. SHERLOCK HOLMES: The True Story of New York City’s Greatest Female Detective and the 1917 Missing Girl Case that Captivated a Nation by Brad […]
It’s the last day of BookExpo! Come to today’s fantastic events and stop by the Macmillan booth (#3008-3009) for more great galleys: AAP’s Annual Librarians Book Buzz, Part II 9:30-10:45am Javits Convention Center | Room 1E16 Join Talia Sherer as she highlights her favorite forthcoming Macmillan titles at this very popular annual Publishers Book Buzz! The 9th […]
Library Journal‘s recent genre spotlight included five Macmillan mysteries: From the pen of Emmy Award–winning Matt Goldman, whose credits include Seinfeld, comes GONE TO DUST (Forge, Aug.), a twisty and entertaining Minneapolis-set mystery that features a Jewish private investigator. Other crime-solving protagonists of color returning this season include African American female homicide detective Lou Norton […]
LibraryReads turns THREE this month! We’re so grateful for your support of the program that we’re giving away 3 super prize packs of Macmillan’s 2016 LibraryReads picks to date! September 2016 #5 DAISY IN CHAINS by Sharon Bolton (Minotaur) #10 THE SECRETS OF WISHTIDE by Kate Saunders (Bloomsbury) August 2016 #1 A GREAT RECKONING by […]
According to Library Journal‘s recent genre spotlight, mysteries still rule! Make sure you’ve got all the Macmillan titles mentioned for your growing collection: Escaping the Ordinary DAISY IN CHAINS by Sharon Bolton On sale: Sept. 20, 2016 A criminal defense attorney with a reputation for getting the wrongly convicted exonerated is drawn into the machinations […]
TGIF! Today’s #FridayReads picks are three Minotaur mysteries that have received several starred reviews: SHANGHAI REDEMPTION by Qiu Xiaolong “Chinese exile Qiu once again movingly and convincingly portrays the plight of an honest cop in a police state, in his ninth novel featuring Insp. Chen Cao. The suspense is palpable, and Qiu gives readers a […]
Happy #ThrillerThursday, friends! Malice Domestic recently announced the nominees for the 2014 Agatha Awards and our beastie friends at Minotaur are leading the pack! Best Contemporary Novel: THE GOOD, THE BAD, AND THE EMUS by Donna Andrews (Minotaur Books) A DEMON SUMMER by G.M. Malliet (Minotaur Books) TRUTH BE TOLD by Hank Phillippi Ryan (Forge […]
TGIF friends! We're in Minotaur #FridayReads heaven with these three mysteries that have multiple starred pre-publication reviews!
THE WOLVERINE BROS. FREIGHT & STORAGE by Steve Ulfelder
As Conway Sax vows to avenge fellow AA member Eudora Spoon's murder, he gets increasingly caught up with family drama between her two sons.
“Action stoked, this complicated thriller-both for the character study and the murder plot-satisfies on many levels. The intense culture of AA and recovery is particularly well done. Pair with Robert Crais or Archer Mayor.”
— Library Journal, starred review
“Stellar... Sax, a Spenser-like paladin more plausible than Robert B. Parker’s original Spenser, makes mistakes that are front and center and whose consequences resonate from book to book. Fans will be interested to see what effect this entry’s hard knocks on Sax’s soul have down the line.”
— Publishers Weekly, starred review
THE DEVIL MAY CARE by David Housewright
The search for a suddenly missing man entangles unlicensed P.I. Rushmore McKenzie with one of the most powerful—and ruthless—local families.
“Exceptional... Wry humor helps balance the tension in this tale of misguided love and obsession.” — Publishers Weekly, starred review
“Housewright not only delivers steadily growing suspense, but also provides a canny tour of the high and low life in and around the Twin Cities, including an unforgettable tour of the posh Lake Minnetonka. Housewright may be the best Minnesota Noir writer going.” — Booklist, starred review
THE LATE SCHOLAR by Jill Paton Walsh
Lord Peter Wimsey and his detective novelist wife, Harriet Vane, return to uncover a disappearance related to a valuable manuscript at Oxford in Walsh's brilliant new continuation of Dorothy L. Sayers's classic mysteries.
“Walsh’s pitch-perfect re-creation of the charismatic leads is a delight. Sayers fans can only hope for more.” — Publishers Weekly, starred review
“Delicious.” — Booklist, starred review
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