STORM IN A TEACUP by Helen Czerski

STORM IN A TEACUP by Helen Czerski

January 20, 2017

“Like having a friendly physicist giving you a personal fireside chat… An ideal gift for any scientifically inquisitive person” writes John Gribbin for the Wall Street Journal in a strong review of STORM IN A TEACUP by Helen Czerski. In addition, the author was interviewed by NPR On Point to discuss Antarctic ice shelves and global dynamics in a far-ranging, fascinating interview. W.W. Norton published the book on January 10, 2017.

FIND ME by JS Monroe

FIND ME by JS Monroe

January 12, 2017

FIND ME received a starred review in Publishers Weekly, which said of the thriller: “Pacing is crisp and the plot is credible, but it’s the cast of expertly crafted, psychologically ambiguous characters that rivets.” Booklist and Kirkus also reviewed the book positively, saying “smart, well written, and tangled in unpredictable twists—a top-notch psychological thriller,” and “fast-paced, satisfying, and, ultimately, life-affirming” respectively. Mira Books publishes the novel on March 21, 2017…

GRACE NOTES by Katey Sagal

GRACE NOTES by Katey Sagal

January 6, 2017

Kirkus gave GRACE NOTES a glowing review, saying, “While this book is sure to please the author’s many fans, its thoughtful, no-regrets honesty will no doubt also appeal to readers of Hollywood memoirs seeking substance that goes beyond gossip and name-dropping. A candid, reflective memoir.” Gallery will publish the book March 21, 2017…

TOUSSAINT LOUVERTURE by Philippe Girard

TOUSSAINT LOUVERTURE by Philippe Girard

January 6, 2017

TOUSSAINT LOUVERTURE was given a full page review in the New York Times, which called the book “Superb… New facts turn up by the spadeful… [a] sophisticated and anti-mythological biography.” Basic Books published the book November 22, 2016…

LITTLE HEAVEN by Nick Cutter

LITTLE HEAVEN by Nick Cutter

December 17, 2016

LITTLE HEAVEN has recently earned several rave reviews. From Shelf Awareness: “Little Heaven is a sprawling horror epic comparable to Stephen King’s It.” Kirkus said, “he story is gripping and the language often poetic… be ready for a few sleepless nights” and Publishers Weekly declared that “horror fans yearning for the days of over-the-top stomach-churning gorefests will be darkly delighted.”

FIND ME by J S Monroe

FIND ME by J S Monroe

December 17, 2016

Kirkus reviewed FIND ME, calling it “exciting read that combines the thrill of a spy novel and the intimacy of a coming-of-age tale. Fast-paced, satisfying, and, ultimately, life-affirming.” Mira Books will publish the novel on March 21, 2017.

THE LOW BIRD by David L. Robbins

THE LOW BIRD by David L. Robbins

November 21, 2016

After reading the latest novel from best-selling Richmond author David L. Robbins, I feel as if I’ve experienced firsthand the G-force of a barrel roll, the impenetrable Southeast Asian humidity, and the gut-churning terror of hearing light footsteps just yards away from my leafy hiding place” reports JEREMY GLOVER of the Richmond Times-Dispatch Thomas and Mercer published the paperback on November 8, 2016.

THE DOLLHOUSE by Fiona Davis

THE DOLLHOUSE by Fiona Davis

November 15, 2016

The audio edition of THE DOLLHOUSE received a starred review from Publisher’s Weekly which called it superb and says “the story’s message about courage and self-reliance is loud and clear.” Penguin Audio published the edition on August 23, 2016…

YOUR HEART IS A MUSCLE THE SIZE OF YOUR FIST by Sunil Yapa

YOUR HEART IS A MUSCLE THE SIZE OF YOUR FIST by Sunil Yapa

October 28, 2016

YOUR HEART IS A MUSCLE THE SIZE OF YOUR FIST was included in Bookreporter and Bookpage’s New in Paperback sections, where Lynn Green called it “searing.” Lee Boudreaux Books published the book on January 1, 2016.

THE MORTIFICATIONS by Derek Palacio

THE MORTIFICATIONS by Derek Palacio

October 28, 2016

In a complementary review for Bookforum, Victoria Baena wrote that Derek Palacio’s “novel doesn’t seem to want to sublimate the ugly, the putrid, or the decayed; it’s aware that describing abject bodily realities, in fiction, can in a sense turn them into objects of beauty…”