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Thriller

  • Younger
  • by Suzanne Munshower
  • 4.0 out of 5 stars   (498)

  • Release Date: April 1, 2015
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We all make choices over time that define us. If we choose carelessly or selfishly, one day we’ll stop and wonder how we ever wound up here—like Anna, on the run in London with a suitcase full of disposable cell phones and no one to trust. This fast-paced thriller... Read more
— Kjersti Egerdahl, Editor

Historical Fiction

  • Release Date: April 1, 2015
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I hate to admit it, but I know next to nothing about Greek mythology. So when the Helen of Sparta manuscript landed on my desk, I cast a wary eye on it. Yet the title intrigued me. Helen of Sparta? Even I knew it should be Helen of Troy. So I cautiously... Read more
— Jodi Warshaw, Editor

Romance

  • Release Date: April 1, 2015
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It Had to Be Him is full of delicious secrets. Meg Anderson has secrets. Her gorgeous ex, Josh Granger, has secrets in spades. And the town of Anderson Butte—well, you can imagine how hush-hush a small community can be. Anderson Butte is just that kind of place... Read more
— Maria Gomez, Editor

Science-Fiction Thriller

  • Release Date: April 1, 2015
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From its first sentence—“The extermination of the human race began in a salvage yard”—The Gemini Effect blazes out of the gate and never slows down. Based loosely on genetics research conducted during World War II, the story races through a complex and... Read more
— Jason Kirk, Editor