When a man is found on a British beach, drifting in and out of consciousness, with no identification and unable to speak, interest in him is sparked immediately. Neuropsychiatrist Dr. Emma Lewis is asked to assess the patient in a small town deep in the English countryside. Emma left this same town fourteen years ago and has taken great pains to cover all traces of her past since then. The more time she spends with her patient, the more alarmed she becomes that he knows the one thing about her that nobody is supposed to know.
Leaving her home after the mysterious disappearance of her beloved nanny, an embittered woman is forced to return decades later when the discovery of human remains forces her to question everything she thought she knew.
Wanting to grant the selfless Christmas wishes of a child in need, lawyer Andy Carpenter and his wife track down the boy’s father, who has been arrested for a murder that his family swears he did not commit.
The actress reflects on her Hollywood career, her relationship with her mother, her marriages, and the struggles with addiction, body image problems, and childhood trauma that plagued her even as she achieved professional success.
Investigating a murder that was staged to look like a suicide, Chief of Police Kate Burkholder follows scanty clues to a long-ago tragedy, a case that is complicated by a second suspicious suicide and the acquittal of the man responsible for killing agent John Tomasetti's family. By the best-selling author of Last Breath.
A novel based on a true story follows a Russian woman who is forced by a concentration-camp commandant to become his lover and is subsquently sent to Siberia after being found guilty of collaborating with the enemy. By the #1 best-selling author of The Tattooist of Auschwitz.
Surviving a horrific multiple homicide, a girl from the wrong side of the tracks is unexpectedly offered a full scholarship to Yale, where her mysterious benefactors task her with monitoring the university’s secret societies.
On a dark midwinter's night in an ancient inn on the river Thames, the regulars are telling stories when a wounded stranger enters carrying the lifeless body of a small child. Hours later, the girl stirs, takes a breath and returns to life. Many secrets must be revealed before the girl's identity can be known. From the best-selling author of The Thirteenth Tale.
As Melody celebrates a coming of age ceremony at her grandparents’ house in 2001 Brooklyn, her family remembers 1985, when Melody’s own mother prepared for a similar party that never took place in this novel about different social classes.
Returning to Australia to attend her grandfather's deathbed, a heartbroken woman learns the remarkable story of her grandmother, a Jewish refugee who forged a fateful friendship with a local in World War II Shanghai.
From award-winning author Lois Murphy comes a gripping literary horror novel. As a near-deserted town in the middle of nowhere, Nebulah’s days of prosperity are gone. When a mysterious mist arrives, the inhabitants learn not to venture out after dark. Gradually the town is abandoned, until only six remain. For fans of Richard Matheson.
An award-winning journalist discusses his life-changing friendship with the late children's TV programming host, describing how Rogers welcomed the author into his personal life and church, helping him to mend a long-standing dysfunctional relationship with his own father.
A daughter tries to piece together her estranged, deceased mother's life in search of her true self through a suitcase full of clothes, letters and photographs that combine to depict a reckless but fascinating history.
The Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and author of the best-selling The Big Year traces how a World War II soldier's discoveries in a Japanese surgeon's diary helped change a war-torn America's perceptions of Japan.
Living near neighbors who fill their yards with junk, Claire dreams of a future beyond her rural New Hampshire town before bonding with her neighbors' dog and befriending the boy next door. By the award-winning author of Baby.
Aspiring knight Max teams up with a band of brave adventurers, the Midknights, on a madcap quest to save a kidnapped relative from a cruel king who is driving all the happiness out of the realm of Byjovia. By the best-selling creator of the Big Nate series.
A picture book portrait of Little Free Library founder Todd Bol explains how he helped bring international communities together by creating a literacy organization spanning more than 75,000 mini-libraries throughout the world.
The creator of Do You Believe in Unicorns? presents a colorful, rhyming celebration of how kids choose favorite things, revealing how favorites change over time and how they reflect the person who likes them.
An uplifting story about how to confront big emotions finds a youngster navigating the worst bad mood of his life when it spreads like dark clouds over his whole community. By the award-winning author of The Night Box.
Growing up in the same Chinese-American suburb, perfectionist Christine and artistic, confident, impulsive Moon become unlikely best friends, whose friendship is tested by jealousy, social expectations, and illness.
Waking up to discover that the woods have been transformed by a snowfall, a little fawn takes his first faltering steps into an exciting, snow-covered world and explores wintry surprises before returning to the warmth of his home and family.
Feeling like he does not belong to anyone when the other dogs in his rescue shelter find homes with just the right humans, Mr. Scruff considers a life with a little boy who is his match in less-obvious ways. By the award-winning creator of Leon and Bob.
Complemented by light-charcoal illustrations, a collaborative tale by two former Irish Children’s Laureates follows the experiences of a lonely boy and a voiceless dog who find companionship and healing together.
The creators of the Eisner Award-winning Babymouse graphic novels present a series debut featuring two young rivals who confront the truth about their respective reputations as a mischief-making princess and a chivalrous do-gooder.
A high-energy celebration of the fun times shared between grandparents and their grandchildren introduces super-cool Grandude, who whisks his four grandkids away on whirlwind adventures around the globe. Written by the superstar former member of The Beatles.
Twelve-year-old best friends Frankie and Walter pack their bags and convince their parents they're sleeping at each other's houses, only to spend an unforgettable night exploring IKEA. A fresh take on the award winning "From the Mixed-up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler."