Everything You Want Me To Be by Mindy Mejia

 

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“Fans of Gillian Flynn's Gone Girl will devour this fast-paced story.”  —InStyle

“Readers drawn to this compelling psychological thriller because of its shared elements with Gillian Flynn’s Gone Girl (2012) will be pleasantly surprised to discover that Mejia’s confident storytelling pulls those themes into an altogether different exploration of manipulation and identity.” —Booklist (starred review)

2017’s Best Fiction —Bustle

"Buckle up for this killer mystery in which identity, truth, and self-discovery take some fatal turns." —Bustle

12 Books Gone Girl Fans Should Have on Their Wish List —BookBub

"Engaging . . . Readers will look forward to further work from this talented author." —Publishers Weekly

"Ms. Mejia displays the enviable ability and assurance of such contemporaries as Megan Abbott and Laura Lippman in convincingly charting inter-generational passion and angst." —The Wall Street Journal

"A fast read with a bright, clean style. The ending should launch some ferocious debates." —New York Journal of Books

"Twisty . . . a page-turner, and compelling." —Minneapolis Star-Tribune

Hidden Bodies by Caroline Kepnes

 

“There’s something deeply insidious about the storytelling of Caroline Kepnes. As satire of a self-absorbed society, Kepnes hits the mark, cuts deep, and twists the knife.” —Entertainment Weekly

“Obsessed.”  —Jessica Knoll, New York Times bestselling author of Luckiest Girl Alive

“Delicious and insane...The plot may be twisty and scintillating, but its Kepnes' wit and style that keep you coming back.” —Lena Dunham

You by Caroline Kepnes

 

“Hypnotic and scary...never read anything quite like it.”  —Stephen King

“Chilling...[Kepnes' You] will have readers looking over their shoulders.”  —Publishers Weekly

 

“A deeply dark yet mesmerizing first novel of two people caught in a romantic tangle with an ever-tightening knot.” —Booklist

“You think you know the story: girl meets boy, boy turns out to be a murderous stalker. US journalist Kepnes' debut is a fantastically creepy thriller...the kind of book you put your life on hold for.”  —Glamour

“Compelling.”  —Entertainment Weekly

Overwatch by Matthew Betley

 

“A gripping, fast-paced, and frighteningly real tale told with bravado and expertise by someone who was there! Wall to wall action from start to finish. You will not put this book down!" —Christopher Reich, #1 New York Times bestselling author

"As a former Marine, Betley really knows his stuff. Fans of nonstop, nail-biting action will love this one!"

—Kyle Mills, #1 New York Times bestselling author

“Matthew Betley has proven he’s an accomplished writer. Overwatch is a brilliantly conceived thriller that surges from the first chapter through mounting deception to a powerful conclusion."

—Clive Cussler, #1 New York Times bestselling author

“Rousing…Betley writes a good fight scene and knows how to plot.” —Publishers Weekly

Mystic Summer by Hannah McKinnon

 

“When two roads diverge. . . take the one that leads to the beach! Hannah McKinnon delivers a charming gem of a novel in Mystic Summer. I adored this book.”

—Elin Hilderbrand, #1 New York Times bestselling author of The Rumor

“Hannah McKinnon’s Mystic Summer is a heartwarming story of lost love and the against-all-odds chance of finding it again. . .Mystic Summer is a lovely summer beach read that will keep readers turning the page until the very end!” —Nan Rossiter

“Mystic, Connecticut provides an enchanting backdrop for this delectable summer read, in which the pull of home exerts its power on a delightful cast of characters... Hannah McKinnon masterfully shows that you can go home again— it's what you do when you get there that counts.” —Meg Mitchell Moore, author of The Admissions

“Sometimes sweet, sometimes tart, Mystic Summer is a refreshing story about the choices we make and the choices sometimes made for us.” —Shelly Noble, New York Times Bestselling author of Whisper Beach

An Honorable Man by Paul Vidich

 

“Paul Vidich’s immensely assured debut, a requiem to a time, is intensely alive, dark, silken with facts, replete with promise.”  —Jayne Anne Phillips, New York Times bestselling author of Quiet Dell and Machine Dreams

“A cool, knowing, and quietly devastating thriller that vaults Paul Vidich into the ranks of such thinking-man's spy novelists as Joseph Kanon and Alan Furst.”

—Stephen Schiff, writer and co-executive producer of the hit FX series, THE AMERICANS

An Honorable Man is an unputdownable mole hunt written in terse, noirish prose, driving us inexorably forward.”

—Olen Steinhauer, New York Times bestselling author of All The Old Knives

“Cold War spy fiction in the grand tradition--neatly plotted betrayals in that shadow world where no one can be trusted and agents are haunted by their own moral compromises.”  —Joseph Kanon, New York Times bestselling author of Istanbul Passage and The Good German

An Honorable Man is that rare beast: a good, old fashioned spy novel. But like the best of its kind, it understands that the genre is about something more: betrayal, paranoia, unease, and sacrifice. For a book about the Cold War, it left me with a warm, satisfied glow.” —John Connolly, #1 Internationally Bestselling Author of A Song of Shadows

The Hatching by Ezekiel Boone

 

"The Hatching is a full-throttle pulse-pounder that will keep you up all night feverishly flipping its pages--and make you check for webs spun under your bed before you reluctantly turn off the lights.”

—Nick Cutter, author of The Troop and The Deep

The Hatching is old school global plague horror of the freakiest sort. A deft and nasty thriller.”  —Andrew Pyper, author of The Damned and The Demonologist

“This novel should come with a warning label: The Hatching is scary as hell. And addictively fun.”

—Benjamin Percy, critically acclaimed author of The Dead Lands, Red Moon, and The Wilding

The Hatching is a hair-raising thriller that reads like the lovechild of Independence Day and World War Z, but is creepier than both....Every once in a while something comes along that everyone will be talking about. This will be one of those books!’ —The Rappologist

“An apocalyptic extravaganza of doom and heroism…addictive.”  —Publishers Weekly

“It's been too long since someone reminded us that spiders are not just to be feared, but also may well spell doom for mankind. Fortunately, Ezekiel Boone has upped the ante on arachnophobia. This is a fresh take on classic horror, thoroughly enjoyable and guaranteed to leave your skin crawling.”

—Michael Koryta, New York Times bestselling author of Those Who Wish Me Dead

Small Admissions by Amy Poeppel

 

“Poeppel delivers a perfect balance between the totally believable…and the truly absurd.” —USA Today

“If you love Modern Family, read Small Admissions by Amy Poeppel.” —Redbook

“Trenchant, funny, and observant...as a prose artist Ms. Poeppel leaves nothing to be desired, except this desire: that she write more and more, and as well as she does in this, her assured debut.”

—Hilton Als, staff writer for The New Yorker and author of White Girls and The Women

Small Admissions is quick-witted and razor-sharp. With a chorus of varied and absurd voices, you'll laugh at everyone involved while secretly fearing that you see yourself in the mix. Amy Poeppel manages to tell a story both poignant and hilarious, hinting that this wry and absorbing debut is the beginning of an exciting career.”

—Taylor Jenkins Reid, Author of Maybe in Another Life

Small Admissions is a hilarious romp through absurdities of Manhattan prep school life. It's characters are larger than life, it's point of view delightfully farcical. You'll read it in a snap and then wish for more."

—Jennifer Miller the author of The Year Of The Gadfly

“Funny and incisive… Amy Poeppel's rollicking debut skewers the crazy world of Manhattan private schools, the extreme sport of contemporary parenting, and the ridiculous seriousness with which we embark on our adult lives. There's more here too: a thoughtful excavation of how we deal with rejections, big and small. I loved reading this book.”

—Amy Shearn, author of The Mermaid of Brooklyn and How Far Is The Ocean From Here

“A rare book that actually makes you laugh out loud. Small Admissions offers a peek into the world of New York City private school admissions, but the deadly insights hardly stop there. Family, friendships, meetings(!)—Poeppel tells gleaming, hilarious truths about them all.”

—Charity Shumway, author of Ten Girls to Watch

Order to Kill by Kyle Mills

 

“Just as compelling as when Flynn was doing the writing....Satisfied fans will hope that Mills will fulfill their continuing Mitch Rapp needs far into the future.”  —Publishers Weekly (starred review)

“This series continues to be the best of the best in the high-adventure, action-heavy thriller field....Flynn's name, Flynn's characters, and Mills' skill will take this one to the top of the charts, territory already familiar to Mitch Rapp.”

—Booklist (starred review)

“Flynn is a master--maybe the master--of thrillers in which the pages seem to turn themselves.” —Book Reporter

“What thriller readers live for: tense and dramatic with a nice twist.”  —Kirkus Reviews

A Time of Torment by John Connolly

 

“Connolly again displays his mastery at combining the hard-boiled with the supernatural.”

—Publishers Weekly (starred and boxed review)

“There are a few authors whose novels are my own personal equivalent to comfort food. Stephen King is one; John Connolly is another."  —Michael Patrick Hicks Reviews

“It doesn't get any better than this. Seriously... [A Time of Torment] shines and depresses, overjoys and frightens, from page to page, paragraph to paragraph, sentence to sentence...you will want to go back to the beginning and read every word of this series, in sequential order, upon completion of this latest installment.” —Bookreporter.com

“John Connolly is one of the best writers working today... A Time of Torment may be his best work to date. And that is no small feat.”  —Umney’s Alley

“The Charlie Parker series is my favorite series of all time. In any genre. Perhaps because it doesn't fit neatly into any one genre. It's gritty crime novels with supernatural elements and a mystery that spans across the entire series.”  —Cynthia's On Pens and Needles

“John Connolly takes the reader kicking and screaming to places they probably didn't know existed.... If you love thriller mysteries with an air of the mystical, then you need to read A Time of Torment!”  —Literarily Illumined

“John Connolly writes with his always superb, poetic prose, and its beauty is in wonderful contrast to the subtle, and sometimes not so subtle (one bad guy has dentures made of razor blades), horrors he describes.”

—Criminal Element

“This eerie thriller has made a forever-fan of me.... You may write, and I may write, but nobody else will ever, ever be able to write like Connolly.”   —Seattle Book Mama

“Suspense fans won't want to miss Connolly's A Time of Torment.” —Night Owl Reviews

Foreign Agent by Brad Thor

 

“The best thriller of the year...an exciting and entertaining read.”  —The Washington Times

“A top-notch thriller!" —Bill O'Reilly

“Rocks from page one...I didn’t put it down until the last page. If you are a fan of Brad Thor, this book is one not to miss.” —The Real Book Spy

“An adrenaline ride through labyrinthine worlds of espionage and international intrigue.”   —Townhall

“One of those books you end up staying awake until 2 AM reading.”  —Brit + Co

Foreign Agent is Thor’s best yet.”   —Hugh Hewitt, host of The Hugh Hewitt Show

“Thor keeps Foreign Agent brimming with intrigue and high-level espionage games.” —Bookreporter.com

“Make sure you clear your calendar before you start… it’s impossible to put down.”  —The Daily Caller

“Thor’s most complex and ambitious entry in the series yet, ushering him onto the hallowed ground of literary thriller master John le Carré... A classical hybrid that combines the traditions of both Alistair MacLean and Frederick Forsyth.”  —Providence Journal

The Regulars by Georgia Clark

 

“Charming.”  —People

The Regulars is a saucy, sexy story that's one part cautionary tale, one part social commentary, and one part screamingly hilarious comedy. Deceptively simple, it's one of the most original books I've read in years. You'll eat this one up!"  —Sara Shepard, #1 New York Times bestselling author of Pretty Little Liars and The Heiresses

The Regulars is the ultimate modern take on the old adage ‘be careful what you wish for.’ Best of all, in Georgia Clark’s sexy fable, this message comes to us by way of a gaggle of hilarious, relatable friends....How far would you go to become the person you’ve always dreamed of being? Would you transform yourself completely, with no sense of the long-term cost? Georgia Clark asks these questions of her ambitious girl squad,and their answers lead us on a wild ride of self-discovery and friendship.”  —Elisabeth Egan, author of A Window Opens

“A feisty, feminist fairy tale...Atmospheric and confident, it's 13 Going on 30 with sharp, polished veneers.”

—Caroline Kepnes, author of Hidden Bodies and You

“Smart, funny,fabulous. A thoroughly modern and fresh look at relationships, friendships, career, sex, art, fame, and—most of all—beauty.”   —Amy Poeppel, author of Small Admissions

“Twisted, modern-day take on Cinderella.”   —InStyle

“Imagine a magic elixir that makes you crazy good-looking. Would you use it? BFFs Evie, Krista, and Willow do, so surely the dates, promotions, and perfect lives will come rolling in. Right?”  —Cosmopolitan

“Compulsively delicious.”  —Redbook

“[A] raunchy and very funny tale...with a distinctly hip, modern feel.” —Providence Journal

“A winning recipe…with wit and unapologetic candidness, The Regulars explores the dangers and inevitable sacrifice of thirsting for beauty.”  —Brit + Co.

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