Book List:15 titles
  • From the winner of an Ian Fleming Steel Dagger Award, a spy who came in from the cold for today’s wars. British by birth, foreign by descent, and agnostic by conviction, Edward Henry Malik is an MI6 handler -- an agent runner. For four years he ...


  • Philadelphia 1793. Hercules, President George Washington’s chef, is a fixture on the Philadelphia scene. He is famous for both his culinary prowess and for ruling his kitchen like a commanding general. He has his run of the city and earns twice the...


  • "The illegals climbed into the truck, and, after a journey of two hundred miles, they boarded ships and were lost in the night." Gaza lives on the shores of the Aegean Sea. At the age of nine he becomes a human trafficker, like his father. Togeth...


  • The Accident on the A35 returns to the scene of Burnet’s accomplished first novel, The Disappearance of Adèle Bedeau--the small French town of Saint-Louis. Detective Gorski is called away from his night of solitary drinking to the site of a car ac...


  • A few dead bodies are a small price to pay in the quest for immortality. In 2025 America, it’s hardly news when a renowned octogenarian scientist dying of cancer disappears from a local hospice, but when Kansas City Star reporter Rich Azadian b...


  • MISERY meets THE VEGETARIAN in this bestseller from Korea, a psychological thriller about loneliness and the dark truths we try to bury. In this tense, gripping novel by a star of Korean literature, Oghi has woken from a coma after causing a devas...


  • Why is finding a friend to play with so hard? That’s what Someone wants to know! All the other kids in his class have playmates, but not Someone. Without a friend, all Someone can do is watch the fun from the sidelines. Will he ever find Somebody t...


  • When Jackie Dunbar's father dies, she takes a leave from medical school and goes back to the family cattle ranch in Colorado to set affairs in order. But what she finds derails her: the Dunbar ranch is bankrupt, her sister is having a nervous breakdo...


  • A moving African-American family drama of love, devotion, and Alzheimer’s disease. Diane Tate never expected to slowly lose her talented husband to the debilitating effects of early-onset Alzheimer’s disease. As a respected family court judge,...






  • Available again from the Bergman centenary comes an elegant novel structured as a series of five “conversations” that reveal Bergman’s mastery of dialogue and gift for setting. Revisiting the autobiographical themes he first explored in his ...


  • A tale of love, loss, identity, and belonging, NO PLACE TO CALL HOME tells the story of a family who fled to the United Kingdom from their native Congo to escape political violence under the dictator, Le Maréchal. Their young son Jean starts at a ne...


  • Growing up in the mid 1960s, in a town straight out of Garrison Keillor's imaginary Lake Woebegone, full of Norwegian Lutherans devout in their belief in the healing powers of comfort food and suspicious of anything emotional, Swedish, or Catholic, R...


  • In a near future where climate change has severely affected weather and agriculture, the North End of an unnamed city has long been abandoned in favor of the neighboring South End. Aside from the scavengers steadily stripping the empty city to its bo...


  • Set in 1765 on the Caribbean islands of Grenada and Martinique, SUGAR MONEY opens as two enslaved brothers - Emile and Lucien - are sent on an impossible mission forced upon them by their masters, a band of mendicant French monks. The monks run ho...


  • A Thriller of Russian Cyber Warfare, Fake News, and Modern Espionage The CIA has learned that the Kremlin is about to launch a sophisticated propaganda operation aimed at discrediting and disrupting the United States and ultimately restoring Russi...