SYNAPSE by STEVEN JAMES: “I try to write good stories that ask big questions,” says national bestselling author Steven James. And he’s certainly done that with his newest thriller, SYNAPSE. Find out more here.
IMAGINARY FRIEND by STEPHEN CHBOSKY: Two decades have passed since Stephen Chbosky’s coming-of-age YA book, The Perks of Being a Wallflower earned international acclaim—now he’s back with a literary horror that is as robust in page count as Perks was thin. Read more at The Big Thrill.
TROUBLE MOST FAIRE by JADEN TERRELL: TROUBLE MOST FAIRE is the 11th novel in the Cat Detective Familiar Legacy mystery series—but it’s the first one Jaden Terrell has written. The series shares an unusual structure in that while each book stands alone and is written by a single author, it’s a multi-author series. Find out more here.
SINS OF THE FATHERS by J. A. JANCE: Even after 40 years together, New York Times bestselling author J. A. Jance says that the first character she ever created—J. P. Beaumont—continues to surprise her. Beaumont is back in SINS OF THE FATHERS. Visit The Big Thrill for more.
BLUES IN THE DARK by RAYMOND BENSON: Writer’s ideas can come from anywhere—and in the case of Raymond Benson’s latest novel, BLUES IN THE DARK, the spark of this page-turner came from a newspaper clipping. Read more here.