Author Spotlight: Tatiana de Rosnay (2/23/21)

Tatiana de Rosnay’s bestselling novels have touched millions, and now she brings us to a near future Paris where a struggling writer living in a modern artist residency has the feeling that she is being watched. FLOWERS OF DARKNESS “In near-future Paris, novelist Clarissa Katsef takes up residence in a new artists’ commune located in […]

Read More…

Author Spotlight: Gregg Hurwitz (1/28/21)

Gregg Hurwitz is the New York Times bestselling author of more than a dozen novels, including his thrilling and addicting Orphan X series. In its latest installment, former-assassin Evan Smoak is urged out of retirement after receiving an urgent request from the most unexpected caller. PRODIGAL SON “The Nowhere Man, the former government assassin otherwise […]

Read More…

Thriller Thursday: Crime Spotlight (1/21/21)

A riveting Western adventure + a rural noir about small-town secrets and the aftershock of crime + an up-and-coming L.A. detective and a murder case = this #thrillerThursday. OUTLAWED by Anna North A LibraryReads pick and an Indie Next pick! “North’s knockout latest (after THE LIFE AND DEATH OF SOPHIE STARK) chronicles the travails of […]

Read More…

Nonfiction Round-Up (11/11/20)

This nonfiction round-up features something for everyone, including a look into royal fashion, a personal account of misogyny in the music industry, an essential primer on race, and more! HRH: So Many Thoughts on Royal Style by Elizabeth Holmes 2 starred reviews! “This is a sweeping, retrospective survey of the fashions brought to us by […]

Read More…

Spotlight on America (10/28/20)

This spotlight on America features a collection of short stories inspired by the day thousands of women demanded the right to vote, controversial essays on politics in the West, and the politics behind the post-Civil War Amendments. STORIES FROM SUFFRAGETTE CITY Edited by M. J. Rose and Fiona Davis; introduction by Kristin Hannah “A landmark […]

Read More…

Author Spotlight: David Leavitt (10/27/20)

In today’s Author Spotlight, the witty and elegant David Leavitt returns with a modern comedy about our current times. SHELTER IN PLACE takes us back to the Saturday after the 2016 election to meet a group of New Yorkers in their Connecticut weekend home for a comic portrait of the months following the election that […]

Read More…

Publishers Weekly Best Books of 2020

Publishers Weekly‘s Best Books of 2020 are here, and 24 Macmillan titles made the list! Top 10 THE ADDRESS BOOK: A Hidden History of Identity, Race, Wealth, and Power by Deirdre MaskTHE DRAGONS, THE GIANT, THE WOMEN: A Memoir by Wayétu MooreTHE LAST GREAT ROAD BUM by Héctor TobarA SAINT FROM TEXAS by Edmund White […]

Read More…

Thriller Thursday: Crime (10/22/20)

This Thriller Thursday spotlights crime with the true story of a turning point in Mob history and a crime fiction debut about a family of money launderers. A BROTHERHOOD BETRAYED: The Man Behind the Rise and Fall of Murder, Inc. by Michael Cannell “Cannell dials in the right level of detail in this grim story […]

Read More…

Furry Friends (10/20/20)

For everyone with a furry friend at home, or dreams of having one, today’s animal spotlight features an international veterinarian traveler and several four-legged mystery-solving sidekicks. WORLD WILD VET: Encounters in the Animal Kingdom by Evan Antin “With the full-speed-ahead enthusiasm familiar to viewers of his Evan Goes Wild Instagram feed and Animal Planet show, […]

Read More…

Thriller Thursday (10/15/20)

Get ready for some chills! This thriller Thursday we’re spotlighting Romy Hausmann’s English-language debut, DEAR CHILD. This dark and twisty thriller forms a web of tiny clues leading to an unpredictably disturbing ending to keep you guessing all night long. DEAR CHILD by Romy Hausmann 3 starred reviews and an Indie Next pick! “Hausmann’s English-language […]

Read More…

css.php