Val McDermid delivers a new psychological thriller filled with mystery, betrayal, and darkness.
There may be stories of interplanetary conflict with better special effects, but they don't come any smarter than this Heinlein classic.
No big surprises here, in a pleasant (if sedate) jaunt through New Testament times with two accomplished novelists.
All the benefits of being a Yates novel: spare yet descriptive, insightful dialogue about seemingly “simple things,” peppered with acute observational skills for human behavior.
A debut author tackles the relevant, deep and yes, the big spiritual questions of childhood in her work.
Kellerman, Cassandra Clare, California Cooper, Mosley, Perry, Robards, Gaitskill, Jedi Wars; Mark Levin on conservatism; Milano and Clemens on baseball, Skateboards run free...
"My novels walk a tightrope between historical accuracy that is carefully researched and mystical speculation that is pure invention."
A sad novel which hints at the uncertainty in all of our posturing.
An unusual mish-mash of modern sci-fi imagery with Christian allegory that is sure to win over young readers.
Alyson Noel delivers a solid novel with a terrific new spin in the teen angst paranormal genre.