Discovering a body at the ruins of a psychiatric hospital that burned down decades earlier, Bell and her partners confront private torments as well as the site's dark history. By the Pulitzer Prize-winning author of A Killing in the Hills
Fleeing the Depression-era school for Native American children who have been taken from their parents, four orphans share a summer marked by struggling farmers, faith healers and lost souls. By the Edgar Award-winning author of Ordinary Grace. 150,000 first printing. Tour.
A debut novel by the award-winning author of Spectacle follows a group of teens during a seaside summer and the efforts of a guilt-driven girl to piece together the events that led to a drowning. Original.
The former Governor of Virginia shares insights into the violent "Unite the Right" rally in Charlottesville, discussing the events that led to the tragedy, his astonishment at Trump's response and the actions McAuliffe believes are necessary to prevent hate crimes.
An activist nun known for campaigning to end the death penalty describes her spiritual journey from a person who prayed for God to solve the problems of the world to someone who works to transform social injustices herself.