SIDNEY SHELDON’S THE TIDES OF MEMORY by Tilly Bagshawe

SIDNEY SHELDON’S THE TIDES OF MEMORY by Tilly Bagshawe

April 2, 2013

Bookreporter.com positively reviewed Sidney Sheldon’s, THE TIDES OF MEMORY by Tilly Bagshawe raving that “Bagshawe upholds Sheldon’s legacy with a blistering story of revenge, passion, and betrayal in a book that is quintessential Sheldon.” William Morrow will publish the hardcover April 9, 2013

MONTARO CAINE by Sidney Poitier

MONTARO CAINE by Sidney Poitier

April 2, 2013

Publisher’s Weekly says, “For an octogenarian first-time novelist, Poitier has delivered a surprisingly intricate, if idiosyncratic, tale sure to please his many fans.” Spiegel & Grau will publish the book May 7, 2013.

MIDDLE C by William Gass

MIDDLE C by William Gass

April 2, 2013

MIDDLE C by William Gass received a 4-star review in Time Out New York: “Gass orchestrates his fiction with thematic elements as a composer might a symphony, reworking the events of Joey’s life to more thoroughly explore the idea that all individuals share in a universal guilt… Typical of Gass’s subversive fiction, Middle C forgoes easy moralizing in favor of a more ambivalent relativism. In the case of Joey Skizzen, it’s mendacity, not truth, that will set you free.” Knopf published the book March 12, 2013.

MY EDUCATION by Susan Choi

MY EDUCATION by Susan Choi

April 2, 2013

MY EDUCATION by Susan Choi was reviewed in Publishers Weekly: “The throes of an obsessive relationship allow a young graduate student to avoid growing up for a little while in Choi’s dark and stormy fourth novel.” Viking will publish the book July 3, 2013.

THE GREAT CONVERGENCE by Kishore Mahbubani

THE GREAT CONVERGENCE by Kishore Mahbubani

April 2, 2013

The March 20, 2013 issue of The Wall Street Journal contained a review of Kishore Mahbubani’s THE GREAT CONVERGENCE. “Anyone feeling the weight of the world’s woes will be grateful for Kishore Mahbubani’s ‘The Great Convergence,’ a sweeping survey that proves to be, in large measure, a counterweight to global gloom and doom.” Public Affairs published the book on February 5, 2013.

MIDDLE MEN by Jim Gavin

MIDDLE MEN by Jim Gavin

April 2, 2013

Jim Gavin’s debut collection MIDDLE MEN was called “gorgeous, unexpected” in full-page, review in the recent “Fresh Voices” issue of New York Times Book Review. Reviewer Marisa Silver raved: “A generous humanity and a fond wit animate Jim Gavin’s wonderful first collection, Middle Men…Gavin’s stories have loose-limbed, unforced structures that at first seem casually episodic but that turn out to reveal moving juxtapositions.” Simon & Schuster published the book February 19, 2013.

I REPRESENT SEAN ROSEN by Jeff Baron

I REPRESENT SEAN ROSEN by Jeff Baron

April 2, 2013

Jeff Baron’s I REPRESENT SEAN ROSEN was reviewed in Booklist this month, which says that “Sean recounts his improbable success story in such a glib mix of moves and countermoves that readers will be swept along in the giddy rush.” Greenwillow Books published the book March 19, 2013.

THE MINIATURE WIFE AND OTHER STORIES by Manuel Gonzales

THE MINIATURE WIFE AND OTHER STORIES by Manuel Gonzales

April 2, 2013

Manuel Gonzales’ debut collection was given a full-page, review in the recent “Fresh Voices” issue of New York Times Book Review. Reviewer Aimee Bender raved: “Gonzales’s concerns are as real as can be, but his comfort in different lexicons, and weirdnesses, all as ways to shape very human dilemmas, is strong…When the bedlam of the moment is allowed to spill into the incredible sureness of the prose, these stories ring and resound.” Riverhead published the book January 10, 2013.

KIND OF KIN by Rilla Askew

KIND OF KIN by Rilla Askew

April 2, 2013

Rilla Askew’s KIND OF KIN was reviewed in Parade, which called the novel “compelling” and said, “Askew has a gift for creating fully formed characters who, just like your own family, will keep you up late in a roil of frustration, worry, and hope.” Ecco published the book January 8, 2013.

ELDERS by Ryan McIlvain

ELDERS by Ryan McIlvain

April 2, 2013

Ryan McIlvain’s ELDERS received glowing reviews in the New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, Los Angeles Magazine, the Daily Beast, Publishers Weekly, and the Boston Globe, which said, “McIlvain’s first novel glows with the love and anger of a former believer…Finely paced, keenly observed, and ruefully honest.” The New York Times said, “Mr. McIlvain zeros in on the inner struggle, exploring the appeal of faith and the sorrow that comes with losing it.”