Mitch Rapp is back again in the latest edition of Vince Flynn's famous thriller/suspense series, now written by Kyle Mills. Mitch, Claudia, and Anna have found peace in their lives despite the President of the United States holding a personal grudge against Mitch. They've settled into Claudia's house in South Africa in the wake of... Continue Reading →
The Latecomer by Jean Hanff Korelitz
Sally, Harrison, and Lewyn are triplets conceived in a test tube. Despite sharing a womb, they've never had an interest in sharing each other's lives. Their parents were madly in love, yet a past trauma kept them at arm's length their whole lives. The birth of the triplets was meant to heal wounds and bring... Continue Reading →
The Plot by Jean Hanff Korelitz
Jacob 'Finch' Bonner is a failing writer. His first book did ok. His second book, not so much. And the third and fourth never even got published. So what's a writer to do? Well, as the saying goes... if you can't do, teach. At a small live-in writing program, Jake is teaching a class of... Continue Reading →
Piranesi by Susanna Clarke
Piranesi is a man living in the House. It is his entire world made of a never-ending labyrinth of grand halls filled with statues big and small. It is a wondrous universe where the sea floods the lower level halls and the clouds dominate the upper halls. The middle halls are the land of men and birds and statues. His friend is the Other: the only other living person in the world. Of course, there were others before his time, but they are only bones now.
The Hawthorne School by Sylvie Perry
Suspense. Cult. Murder. School. Claudia is a single mom of her young son Henry. Henry is a bit unique and has been getting bad reports from his teachers at school. Desperate to build a life for her and Henry, Claudia moves to a new town and tries to find where they fit in. The Hawthorne... Continue Reading →
Under a Graveyard Sky by John Ringo
Zombie apocalypse. Do I need to say more? A killer virus has been intentionally spread across the world. The best hope for survival? The ocean.
Eight Perfect Murders by Peter Swanson
Bibliophiles will delight to read this murder mystery book written about murder mystery books. Malcolm Kershaw is a quiet, solitary thirty-something bookseller living in Boston. He runs a mystery genre bookstore alongside friend/writer Brian Murray and has a team of two that work there part-time. The action begins when a young blonde FBI agent, Gwen... Continue Reading →