HELL AND GOOD COMPANY by Richard Rhodes

HELL AND GOOD COMPANY by Richard Rhodes

December 12, 2014

Richard Rhodes’ HELL AND GOOD COMPANY: THE SPANISH CIVIL WAR AND THE WORLD IT MADE received a starred review in Booklist, which praised the book for “so graphically allowing contemporary readers to appreciate all the nuances of what transpired in Spain in those dark years” through the eyes of reporters, writers, artists, doctors, and nurses who witnessed it. Simon & Schuster will publish the book on February 3, 2015.

PAINTED HORSES by Malcolm Brooks

PAINTED HORSES by Malcolm Brooks

December 12, 2014

The Daily Beast said of Malcolm Brooks’s “beautifully written narrative,” that it “fulfills fiction’s workaday imperatives: human drama, character development, a suspenseful plot fueled by clashing world views, each granted articulate advocates by a fair, but not impartial author” which are “expertly embedded” with deeper themes. Grove Atlantic published the novel on August 5, 2014.

THE DEEP by Nick Cutter

THE DEEP by Nick Cutter

December 12, 2014

Booklist said of Nick Cutter’s latest thriller, “between the descriptive hallucinations and the very real threats, readers may find themselves begging for a
respite—or cheering for more of the same.” Gallery will publish the book on January 13, 2015.

THE ACCIDENTAL HIGHWAYMAN by Ben Tripp

THE ACCIDENTAL HIGHWAYMAN by Ben Tripp

December 12, 2014

Christian Science Monitor said of THE ACCIDENTAL HIGHWAYMAN, “[Ben Tripp’s] finesse turns an audacious idea into a balanced, delightful tale that I can’t recommend highly enough.” Tor Teen published the book on October 14th, 2014.

NEW YORK 1, TEL AVIV 0 by Shelly Oria

NEW YORK 1, TEL AVIV 0 by Shelly Oria

December 5, 2014

Shelly Oria’s NEW YORK 1, TEL AVIV 0 was reviewed in Flavorwire, Bustle, and is Time Out New York Editor’s Pick as well as Recommended Reading in Electric Literature. Time Out called it “one of the year’s phenomenal debut books,” while Sarah Seltzer, Flavorwire’s Editor-at-Large called it “the most engaging collection of short stories I’ve read in a long time. It sings from the first page.” The author was also recently interviewed on the Daily, the blog of THE PARIS REVIEW. FSG published the book on November 4, 2014.

THE HEART DOES NOT GROW BACK by Fred Venturini

THE HEART DOES NOT GROW BACK by Fred Venturini

November 6, 2014

BookRiot says of The Heart Does Not Grow Back, “I love dark and weird, and this book doesn’t get much darker or weirder. A+++.”
Tor has announced a sweepstakes for the book. Please comment at the link for a chance to win: http://www.tor.com/blogs/2014/11/the-heart-does-not-grow-back-sweepstakes The sweepstakes ends November 8th at 12:00 PM ET. Picador published the book on November 4, 2014.

THE HEART DOES NOT GROW BACK by Fred Venturini

THE HEART DOES NOT GROW BACK by Fred Venturini

November 3, 2014

The New York Times Sunday Book Review called THE HEART DOES NOT GROW BACK “an exciting, thoroughly enjoyable ride, hitting the perfect spot of strange and bittersweet.” THE HEART DOES NOT GROW BACK tells the macabre and captivating story of Dale Sampson who discovers he can regenerate parts of his body. Picador will publish the book on November 4, 2014.

THE HIGH DIVIDE by Lin Enger

THE HIGH DIVIDE by Lin Enger

November 3, 2014

Lin Enger’s THE HIGH DIVIDE was reviewed in the Wall Street Journal, which called it “appealingly hopeful.” Algonquin published the book on September 23, 2014.

GHOST MONTH by Ed Lin

GHOST MONTH by Ed Lin

November 3, 2014

Ed Lin’s GHOST MONTH has been chosen as one of Library Journal’s Best Books of the Year for Mystery. GHOST MONTH tells the story of Jing-nan, a young man who runs a food stand in a bustling Taipei night market. He is shocked to the core when he learns his ex-girlfriend from high school has been murdered. Soho Crime published the book on July 29, 2014.

THE ACCIDENTAL HIGHWAYMAN by Ben Tripp

THE ACCIDENTAL HIGHWAYMAN by Ben Tripp

November 3, 2014

NPR Books calls THE ACCIDENTAL HIGHWAYMAN “delightfully fun. …Warm, funny and entertaining, The Accidental Highwayman is an enjoyable 18th century pantomime I’d be pleased to revisit.” Tor Teen published the book on October 14, 2014.