THE FIFTH TRIMESTER by Lauren Smith Brody

THE FIFTH TRIMESTER by Lauren Smith Brody

April 7, 2017

Lauren Smith Brody appeared on Good Morning America to discuss her book THE FIFTH TRIMESTER. Doubleday published the book on April 4, 2017.

THE ARGONAUTS by Maggie Nelson

THE ARGONAUTS by Maggie Nelson

April 7, 2017

Maggie Nelson’s book was named on the shortlist for the Rathbones Folio Prize, formerly the Folio Prize, an award given for the best work of literature regardless of form. Melville House UK published the book in the UK on April 7, 2016.

PARTY GIRLS DIE IN PEARLS by Plum Sykes

PARTY GIRLS DIE IN PEARLS by Plum Sykes

April 7, 2017

Publisher’s Weekly writes, “Fortune favors Ursula Flowerbutton, the spunky “fresher” (first-year student) and aspiring reporter who stars in this frothy series launch set at Oxford University in 1985 from bestseller Sykes (Bergdorf Blondes). The orphan from Gloucestershire become instant besties with American gardening tools scion Nancy Feingold—thereby gaining entrée to the most exclusive soirées, as well as borrowing rights to a bottomless stash of Dynasty-worthy regalia…

A DIVIDED SPY by Charles Cumming

A DIVIDED SPY by Charles Cumming

April 7, 2017

The audio edition of A Divided Spy earned a starred review from Publishers Weekly this week: “At the start of Cumming’s third Thomas Kell novel, the disillusioned, disgraced ex-British spy is still mourning the death of his paramour, Rachel Wallinger, when a former associate provides him with a way to avenge her murder. Kell convinces his former boss, MI6 chief Amelia Levene, to assist him in a plan to blackmail Russian SVR officer Alexander Minasian, whom Kell holds personally responsible for Rachel’s death…

SPACEMAN OF BOHEMIA by Jaroslav Kalfar

SPACEMAN OF BOHEMIA by Jaroslav Kalfar

April 7, 2017

Jaroslav Kalfar’s “zany first novel” SPACEMAN OF BOHEMIA receives a full page review in the New York Times Book Review, which writes, “For all the strangeness of outer space, it is the writing about his home village, the place to which he longs to return and perhaps never can, that beats strongest in this wry, melancholy book.”

DEAR CYBORGS by Eugene Lim

DEAR CYBORGS by Eugene Lim

April 7, 2017

In an interview with the Chicago Review of Books, Jonathan Lethem names Eugene Lim’s DEAR CYBORGS as a book he’s looking forward to: “Eugene Lim’s Dear Cyborgs blew me away with its deceptively blithe mixture of cryptic humor, philosophical ingenuity, and genuine political yearning. It made me think of Robert Bolano and Tom McCarthy. I’m hoping to reread it soon for inspiration.” FSG Originals will publish DEAR CYBORGS on June 6, 2017…

DARK AT THE CROSSING by Elliot Ackerman

DARK AT THE CROSSING by Elliot Ackerman

April 7, 2017

Elliot Ackerman published a feature in the new issue of Esquire, “Goodbye, my Brother,” about going back to Fallujah to confront his past there, and a new piece in Foreign Policy, “Turkey Is a Dictatorship Masquerading as a NATO Democracy.” Knopf published DARK AT THE CROSSING, his latest novel, on January 24, 2017…

STEPHEN FLORIDA by Gabe Habash

STEPHEN FLORIDA by Gabe Habash

April 7, 2017

Publishers Weekly lauded Habash’s debut STEPHEN FLORIDA in a starred review as “A striking, original, and coarsely poetic portrayal of a young man’s athletic and emotional quest.” Coffee House Press will publish the book June 6, 2017….

DANGEROUS GAMES by Danielle Steel

DANGEROUS GAMES by Danielle Steel

March 27, 2017

The latest novel from Danielle Steel debuted at number 1 on the New York Times Hardcover Bestseller list & number 3 on the Combined Print & E-book fiction list for the week of March 26th. Delacorte Press published the book on March 7, 2017.

SOUTH AND WEST by Joan Didion

SOUTH AND WEST by Joan Didion

March 27, 2017

The latest acclaimed book by Joan Didion debuted at number 9 on the Hardcover Non-Fiction list for the week of March 26th. Knopf published the book on March 7th 2017.