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The Unexpected from John Grisham: Gray Mountain

Those who think they know what to expect from the latest Grisham may be in for a little bit of a surprise with Gray Mountain.

October 20, 2014

The Storm Intensifies: Bill Roorbach on Setting and Character

Everyday Ebook asked Bill Roorbach about his latest novel, Kirkus Prize finalist The Remedy for Love, why his chosen setting – a fierce and harrowing storm – appealed to him, and how that setting evolved into a character all its own.

October 18, 2014

'Perfect' New Romance Series from Cecy Robson: Once Perfect

Cecy Robson’s new novel, Once Perfect, is the first in a series called Shattered Past that features the Tres Santos family, brother Mateo and his sisters, Lety and Sofia.

October 16, 2014

Howard Jacobson's New Novel J: An Excerpt

Check out an excerpt from Howard Jacobson's stunning new novel, J.

October 14, 2014

New From Jodi Picoult: Mother Missing, Daughter Determined

Jodi Picoult is the author of twenty-two novels. If you’ve not yet experienced her unique, enthralling style of storytelling, there’s no better time to start now than with her latest book, Leaving Time.

October 13, 2014

A Striking Debut Novel: Celeste Ng's Everything I Never Told You

Debuts can be tricky for a reader as they’re an investment of time and money in the unknown. Celeste Ng's debut novel is worth that investment and more.

October 11, 2014

New Thrills from 2 Great Writers: Lee Child and Andrew Grant

Here at Everyday eBook, we're all for autumnal binge reading sessions, so when we have two great book recommendations instead of one to deliver your way in the same day, we don't hold back.

October 9, 2014

Writ Large: Jessie Burton's Debut Novel, The Miniaturist

In this thrilling debut, Jessie Burton has crafted an immersive, engaging world.

October 7, 2014

A New Trilogy from Jane Smiley

Some Luck begins a brand-new trilogy – The Last Hundred Years – from beloved author Jane Smiley. Here’s why we think you’ll fall in love with it.

October 6, 2014

Shirley Jackson Reimagined

In her second novel, Shirley, writing professor and MFA Susan Scarf Merrell fictionalizes the life of the acclaimed author Shirley Jackson.

October 4, 2014

Wine Country at Its Hottest: Once Tasted by Laura Moore

Welcome to Laura Moore’s California via her latest novel, Once Tasted.

October 2, 2014

A Family Unraveled: Road Ends, by Mary Lawson

Mary Lawson’s third novel, Road Ends, is a quietly disturbing, elegantly constructed anatomy of a dysfunctional family with more than its share of secrets and obsessions.

September 30, 2014

Martin Amis's Latest: A Provocative Holocaust Telling

'Who are you. You don’t know. Then you come to the Zone of Interest, and it tells you who you are.' –Paul Doll

September 29, 2014

A Thriller Unlike Any Other: I Am Pilgrim by Terry Hayes

'I was a perfect candidate for the secret world, Hayes’s narrator, codenamed Pilgrim, begins. I was smart. I had always been a loner, and I was damaged deep in my soul.'

September 28, 2014

Carl Hiaasen Goes YA with Skink, Gators, Wi-fi, and a Missing Eye.

In Hiaasen’s first foray into YA literature, a slightly wacky homeless guy with only one eye turns out to be the supposedly dead Governor of Florida. Shenanigans of a Hiaasen-esque nature ensue.