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But Is It a True Story: Supernotes by Agent Kasper and Luigi Carletti

Calling Supernotes a thriller is a reflection of the confusing world in which the intelligence community operates. It begs one major question: What can we believe?

February 4, 2016

For Trainspotting Fans: New Fiction from Irvine Welsh

Fans of Irvine Welsh will relish his latest novel, A Decent Ride.

February 1, 2016

An Untold Story from WWII: The Dressmaker's War

Mary Chamberlain illustrates the hardships a young woman faces on returning to London after facing the harsh realities of war in her new novel, The Dressmaker's War.

January 30, 2016

Playing Ball: New Romance from Katie Rose

Katie Rose’s newest novel in her Bad Boys of Baseball series, The Heat Is On, is wonderful, to put it simply. This story will make you laugh a lot, shed some tears, and long for the games of summertime.

January 28, 2016

From Poetry to Crime: 3 Questions for Reed Farrel Coleman

Reed Farrel Coleman’s latest thriller has just landed – and we caught up with him to talk writing crime fiction versus poetry and more.

January 26, 2016

Truman Capote and the High Life: The Swans of Fifth Avenue by Melanie Benjamin

Melanie Benjamin delves into the world of mid-century, high-society New York revealing a gratifying story about Truman Capote and his friendships.

January 25, 2016

Sloane Crosley Is No Good at Poetry: A Short Interview

We caught up with Sloane Crosley, who recently made the jump from nonfiction to novel with The Clasp.

January 23, 2016

The Darkest Places: A Q&A with Monica Murphy

Monica Murphy’s latest novel, Never Tear Us Apart, isn’t for the faint of heart. We chatted with her about tackling difficult subject matter and more.

January 21, 2016

All Their Own: Carla Buckley on the Secrets of Children

Carla Buckley’s new novel, The Good Goodbye, was inspired by a moment of realization in her own life.

January 19, 2016

The Magic and the Mundane: The Portable Veblen by Elizabeth McKenzie

Elizabeth McKenzie's latest novel delves into the issues of family life and relationships creating a delightful satire that combines the magical and the mundane.

January 18, 2016

Americans Abroad: A New Novel from Janice Y. K. Lee

Janice Y. K. Lee's latest novel creates an intimate portrait of the experiences of American women living in Hong Kong.

January 16, 2016

Happy Is Boring: A Short Q&A with Tami Hoag

Tami Hoag has just published her latest book, The Bitter Season, and chatted all about it with us.

January 15, 2016

Absurdity Rules the Roost in American Housewife

Helen Ellis’s hilarious collection of stories, American Housewife, will have you cringing and laughing all at once.

January 14, 2016

Rooted in History: The Longest Night by Andria Williams

Andria Williams's debut novel follows the challenges a married couple face during the only nuclear accident to ever take place on American soil.

January 12, 2016

New Fiction from Olive Kitteridge Author Elizabeth Strout

Elizabeth Strout's latest work brilliantly describes the life and memories of Lucy Barton as she reconnects with her mother during her stay in a hospital.