Daisy Goodnight can speak to the dead. It’s not the result
of a head injury or some near-death experience. She was just
born that way. And she’s really good at it. Good enough to
help the police solve the occasional homicide.
But helping the local authorities clear cold cases is one
thing. Being whisked out of chemistry class by the FBI and
flown to the scene of a murder/kidnapping in Minnesota Read More »
When seventeen-year-old Paige dies in a freak fall from the
roof during Physics class, her spirit is bound to the
grounds of her high school. At least she has company: her
fellow ghosts Evan and Brooke, who also died there. But when
Paige hears the rumor that her death wasn't an accident—that
she supposedly jumped on purpose—she can't bear it.
Paige discovers something amazing. She can possess living Read More »
A golden age of glam . . .
Every week they arrive in Los Angeles--beautiful and
talented young hopefuls who dream of becoming stars. It's
all Margaret Frobisher has ever wanted—and when she's
discovered by a powerful agent, she can barely believe her
luck. She's more than ready to escape her snobby private
school and conservative Pasadena family for a chance to
light up the silver screen.
The competition is fierce at Olympus Read More »
Would you rather know a truth that makes you feel hopeless,
or keep believing the lies?
Beloved and bestselling author Colleen Hoover returns with
the spellbinding story of two young people with devastating
pasts who embark on a passionate, intriguing journey to
discover the lessons of life, love, trust—and above all, the
healing power that only truth can bring.
Sky, a senior in high school, meets Dean Holder, a guy with
a promiscuous reputation Read More »
Part adventure story, part cultural history the
author of Paris, Paris: Journey into the City of Light
explores the phenomenon of pilgrimage along the age-old Way
of Saint James in France
Driven by curiosity,
wanderlust, and health crises David Downie and his wife set
out from Paris to walk across France to the Pyrenees.
Starting on the Rue Saint-Jacques then trekking 750 miles
south to Roncesvalles, Spain, their eccentric route Read More »
From the award-winning author of Half of a Yellow
Sun, a dazzling new novel: a story of love and race
centered around a young man and woman from Nigeria who face
difficult choices and challenges in the countries they come
to call home.
As teenagers in a Lagos secondary school, Ifemelu and Obinze
fall in love. Their Nigeria is under military dictatorship,
and people are leaving the country if they can.
Ifemelu Read More »
During his storied career as head coach of the Chicago Bulls
and Los Angeles Lakers, Phil Jackson won more championships
than any coach in the history of professional sports. Even
more important, he succeeded in never wavering from coaching
his way, from a place of deep values. Jackson was tagged as
the “Zen master” half in jest by sportswriters, but the
nickname speaks to an important truth: this is a coach who
inspired, not goaded Read More »
Only four men survived the plane crash. The pilot. A
politician. A cop... and the criminal he was shackled to.
On an icy night in October 1984, a commuter plane carrying
nine passengers crashed in the remote wilderness of northern
Alberta, killing six people. Four survived: the rookie
pilot, a prominent politician, a cop, and the criminal he
was escorting to face charges. Despite the poor weather,
Erik Vogel, the 24-year-old pilot, was Read More »
The bestselling author of Why Men Are the Way They
Are sheds new light on the state of men in today's
society, arguing that male power is a myth with startling
and eye-opening facts. Farrell brilliantly illusrtrates how
the male-as-oppressor image has fueled hatred between the
sexes: making women feel angry and victimized and men
unloved and unappreciated Read More »
Edna O'Brien's family encouraged her to attend pharmacy
school, but she left before finishing to marry an older
writer, give birth to two sons, and publish, in 1960, her
first novel. The Country Girls so scandalized the O'Briens'
local parish that the book was burned by the priest, her
family disgraced. COUNTRY GIRL comes twenty-one books later,
a rich and heady accounting of the events, people, emotions,
and landscape that imprint Read More »
An outspoken centrist, Senator Snowe stunned Washington in
February 2012 when she announced she would not seek a fourth
term and offered a sharp rebuke to the Senate, citing the
dispiriting gridlock and polarization. After serving in the
legislative branch at the state and federal levels for 40
years, including 18 years in the U.S. Senate, she explained
that Washington wasn’t solving the big problems anymore.
In this timely call to action, she Read More »
In Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives: The Funky Finds in
Flavortown, Guy Fieri, one of Food Network’s biggest
stars, keeps his motto front and center: “If it’s funky,
I’ll find it.”
Continuing the series of New York
Times bestselling books, Diners, Drive-ins and
Dives includes profiles of great American restaurants,
delicious recipes, tons of photos, hilarious stories from
Guy, his Krew, and the Read More »