PAINTED HORSES  by Malcolm Brooks

PAINTED HORSES by Malcolm Brooks

21st July 2014

Shelf Awareness reviews Malcolm Brooks’s forthcoming PAINTED HORSES, describing it as “a paean to the untamed majesty of… Montana, that rings like the neigh of a horse running free in a canyon…. Glowing with spirit, Brooks’s debut will entrance anyone who has ever felt the call of the West.” Along with the review is an interview with Malcolm Brooks where he discusses his childhood in Montana and the inspiration for PAINTED HORSES. Grove Press will publish PAINTED HORSES on August 5, 2014.

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THE LAND OF STEADY HABITS by Ted Thompson

THE LAND OF STEADY HABITS by Ted Thompson

21st July 2014

Ted Thompson’s THE LAND OF STEADY HABITS has been longlisted for 2014 Flaherty-Dunnan First Novel Prize, awarded to the best debut novel of the year by the Center For Fiction. Reagan Arthur Books published the book on March 4, 2015.

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NEW YORK 1, TEL AVIV 0 by Shelly Oria

NEW YORK 1, TEL AVIV 0 by Shelly Oria

21st July 2014

Shelly Oria’s NEW YORK 1, TEL AVIV 0 was reviewed in Publishers Weekly, which called it, “inventive … intriguing … meaningful and genuine.” Farrar, Straus & Giroux publishes the book on November 4, 2014.

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THE KEPT by James Scott

THE KEPT by James Scott

21st July 2014

James Scott’s THE KEPT has been longlisted for 2014 Flaherty-Dunnan First Novel Prize, awarded to the best debut novel of the year by the Center For Fiction. Picador published the book on December 24, 2013.

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EDEN IN WINTER by Richard North Patterson

EDEN IN WINTER by Richard North Patterson

14th July 2014

A review in the June 1, 2014 issue of Kirkus says “Patterson’s a pro” and calls EDEN IN WINTER “an intriguing psychological examination of a damaged family.” Quercus published the book on July 1, 2014.

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Sherri Fink, FIVE DAYS AT MEMORIAL

Sherri Fink, FIVE DAYS AT MEMORIAL

14th July 2014

FIVE DAYS AT MEMORIAL was one of two finalists for the Andrew Carnegie Medal for Excellence in Non-Fiction. Crown published the book on September 10, 2013.

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DIRTY WORK by Gabriel Weston

DIRTY WORK by Gabriel Weston

14th July 2014

Gabriel Weston was recently interviewed by Publisher’s Weekly in advance of the book’s U.S. publication. The book has already been published the UK where it received a rave review in the Guardian, which called it “a bold, brave and utterly gripping read.” Little Brown will publish the book in the U.S. on August 12, 2014.

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YOU’RE NOT MUCH USE TO ANYONE  by David Shapiro

YOU’RE NOT MUCH USE TO ANYONE by David Shapiro

14th July 2014

Adelle Waldman, author of THE LOVE AFFAIRS OF NATHANIEL P. described YOURE NOT MUCH USE TO ANYONE as “deliciously capture[ing] the plight of the early twenty-something liberal arts major set adrift in a world not especially congenial to his or her particular skill set. It’s a very fun and surprisingly poignant read.”

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GHOST MONTH by Ed Lin

GHOST MONTH by Ed Lin

14th July 2014

In a starred review, Library Journal said of GHOST MONTH, “Taiwan’s traditions play a major role in Lin’s category-defying thriller that manages to be both funny and profound. Lin writes with strong literary overtones and delivers a bang-up finale sure to keep readers engaged well past lights out.” Soho Crime will publish the book on July 29, 2014.

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LATITUDE ZERO by Diana Renn

LATITUDE ZERO by Diana Renn

14th July 2014

Publisher’s Weekly describes LATITUDE ZERO as “[A] twisty thriller … it evolves from murder mystery to globe-trotting intrigue, with plenty of false leads and red herrings to keep readers guessing.” Tessa is one of the last people to speak with Juan Carlos, the young Ecuadorian cycling superstar. When he is found dead, of a presumed accident, it’s up to her to uncover the truth. Viking Juvenile published the book on July 3, 2014.

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