WISE MEN by Stuart Nadler

WISE MEN by Stuart Nadler

March 15, 2013

Stuart Nadler’s WISE MEN was positively reviewed in Oprah Magazine, Bloomberg, Winnipeg Free Press, Dallas Morning News, The Last Magazine, and L Magazine, which called the book “stunning…honest, open, achingly tender and, above all, compulsively readable.” Oprah Magazine calls the novel “complex and honest” and “emotionally searing.” The Last Magazine raves that “Wise Men is a delicate and incisive portrait…Nadler writes with plainspoken clarity that feels instantly timeless.”

THE MINIATURE WIFE AND OTHER STORIES by Manuel Gonzales

THE MINIATURE WIFE AND OTHER STORIES by Manuel Gonzales

March 15, 2013

Manuel Gonzales’ THE MINIATURE WIFE AND OTHER STORIES received a rave review in Vol.1 Brooklyn and was mentioned in a New York Times article praising the “unusually rich crop of short-story collections” this year. Vol.1 Brooklyn said, “Gonzales excels in writing about the absurd in a straightlaced manner…the vast majority of these works elicit both wonder and dread.” Riverhead published the book January 10, 2013.

BLOODFIRE QUEST by Terry Brooks

BLOODFIRE QUEST by Terry Brooks

March 15, 2013

BLOODFIRE QUEST: THE DARK LEGACY OF SHANNARA by Terry Brooks received a positive review from the Associated Press, which raves that “Brooks doesn’t waste a word in this intense and exhilarating fantasy.” Del Rey published the book March 12, 2013.

FRANCES AND BERNARD by Carlene Bauer

FRANCES AND BERNARD by Carlene Bauer

March 15, 2013

Carlene Bauer’s FRANCES AND BERNARD received rave reviews in both People Magazine and The Boston Globe. People called it a “moving tale” and gave it 3 out of 4 stars. The Boston Globe, praised Bauer’s “sharp, witty, and elegant prose” and said that “after finishing this sweet and somber novel, we…marvel at the subtlety of what Bauer has wrought out of history and a generous imagination.”

FAME by Tilly Bagshawe

FAME by Tilly Bagshawe

March 1, 2013

On the USA Today blog, Happy Ever After, Tilly Bagshawe published a post about the real life inspirations for her new novel, FAME. Montlake Romance published FAME on February 26, 2013.

HARVARD SQUARE by Andre Aciman

HARVARD SQUARE by Andre Aciman

March 1, 2013

HARVARD SQUARE by Andre Aciman received a starred review in Publishers Weekly: “In his latest novel (after EIGHT WHITE NIGHTS), another autobiographical hero, this one unnamed, dreams of the past but desires it only as it is conjured in his memory. He looks back at himself as a navel-gazing Egyptian-Jewish Harvard grad student stuck in Cambridge during the lonely and hot, but game-changing, summer of 1977.” In addition to the publication of HARVARD SQUARE, Aciman’s short story, “Abingdon Square” will be featured in the Spring 2013 issue of Granta. Norton will publish HARVARD SQUARE April 8, 2013.

MISTRESS OF MY FATE by Hallie Rubenhold

MISTRESS OF MY FATE by Hallie Rubenhold

February 15, 2013

Hallie Rubenhold’s MISTRESS OF MY FATE was featured in the February 13th issue of USA Today. The newspaper recommended the novel under the headline “Romance Languages: Trust Your Heart to Four Tales of Love.” Grand Central published the book January 8, 2013.

IKE & DICK by Jeffrey Frank

IKE & DICK by Jeffrey Frank

February 15, 2013

In his article on Richard Nixon in the February 4, 2013 issue of The New Yorker, Thomas Mallon gave a positive review to IKE & DICK by Jeffrey Frank, calling it “one of the best books ever written about Nixon.” Simon and Schuster published the book February 5, 2013.

PIGEON IN A CROSSWALK by Jack Gray

PIGEON IN A CROSSWALK by Jack Gray

February 15, 2013

Jack Gray’s PIGEON IN A CROSSWALK received a positive review in Entertainment Weekly, which called it “addictive”and noted that Gray’s “snarky, self-effacing humor make him someone you’d want at any dinner party.” Simon & Schuster will publish the book February 19, 2013.

WISE MEN by Stuart Nadler

WISE MEN by Stuart Nadler

February 15, 2013

Stuart Nadler’s WISE MEN was given rave reviews by the Daily Beast, Entertainment Weekly, Grantland, and bestselling author Jon Katz on his Bedlam Farm blog. Grantland hailed Nadler as “the second coming of John Cheever, with hints of Philip Roth,” and Entertainment Weekly proclaimed, “Nadler is a gifted storyteller.” The Daily Beast praised the “subtly subversive first novel” with its “meticulously conceived structure.” Author Jon Katz raved, “It is one of the best books I’ve read in years.” Reagan Arthur Books published the book February 5, 2013.