GREEN ON BLUE by Elliot Ackerman

GREEN ON BLUE by Elliot Ackerman

10th October 2014

Elliot Ackerman’s GREEN ON BLUE was cited in an article by Brian Castner about writing by Afghanistan veterans, which said, “Ackerman accomplishes a rare feat, crafting a novel that manages to be both fresh and true.” Scribner will publish the book in February 2015.

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PARIS MATCH by Stuart Woods

PARIS MATCH by Stuart Woods

3rd October 2014

Publishers Weekly recently featured Stuart Woods in an online article and interview, “Where Stuart Ends, Stone Begins: Stuart Woods.” Now 76 years old, Stuart Woods has written 31 bestselling Stone Barrington mysteries and 27 other books, including a memoir and a travel book. His latest, PARIS MATCH, will be published by Putnam on October 7th.

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NOT MY FATHER’S SON by Alan Cumming

NOT MY FATHER’S SON by Alan Cumming

3rd October 2014

Harper’s Bazaar has reading Alan Cumming’s memoir on the To-Do list and Amazon names it the top book for October in the Bio & Memoir category and Dey Street is giving you a chance to win a copy. Dey St. publishes the hardcover Oct. 7, 2014.

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BOY ON ICE by John Branch

BOY ON ICE by John Branch

3rd October 2014

Jason Diamond of Men’s Journal says BOY ON ICE is “one of the best books on hockey you will ever read.” Norton published the hardcover on October 1st, 2014.

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THE ACCIDENTAL HIGHWAYMAN by Ben Tripp

THE ACCIDENTAL HIGHWAYMAN by Ben Tripp

3rd October 2014

THE ACCIDENTAL HIGHWAYMAN by Ben Tripp has been chosen by Amazon as the Best YA Book of October. The book was also has been chosen for Shelf Awareness’s weekly Kids Maximum Shelf. #1 New York Times bestselling author Brandon Sanderson called it “Delightful and charming. A swashbuckling adventure in the vein of Robert Louis Stevenson.” Tor Teen will publish the book on October, 14, 2014.

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ALL OUR NAMES by Dinaw Mengetsu

ALL OUR NAMES by Dinaw Mengetsu

3rd October 2014

Dinaw Mengesu’s ALL OUR NAMES has been nominated for the inaugural Kirkus Prize in fiction. The winner will receive $50,000 and will be announced at an awards ceremony in Austin, TX on October 23. The New York Times called ALL OUR NAMES “deeply moving” and The New York Times Book Review said “you can’t turn the pages fast enough.” ALL OUR NAMES was published by Knopf on March 4, 2014.

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