Geopolitical expert and futurist novelist Jamie Metzl’s HOMO SAPIENS 2.0: GENETIC ENHANCEMENT AND THE FUTURE OF HUMANITY explores the opportunities, challenges, and mind-boggling implications of the genetics revolution that will fundamentally alter our healthcare and offspring, stir societal and moral conflict, and ultimately rewire our evolutionary trajectory as a species.
Anthony M. DeStefano’s Gotti’s Boys: The Mafia Crew That Killed For John Gotti, the story of how Gotti’s group of ruthless mobsters rose from lowly street thugs in East New York through the mob as killers and pulled off the most astonishing Mafia coup d’etat in decades: the December 1985 killing of crime boss Paul Castellano outside Spark’s Steak House in Manhattan.
USA Today bestselling Stephanie London’s untitled, the beginning of a new series, in which Snow White meets Beauty and the Beast when a language-loving PHD student finally escapes the small town where her seven older brothers have kept her sheltered, to seduce a sexy stranger in the Greek Islands, in a 2-book deal.
Gary Dudney’s More Tao of Running: Finding Your Inner Strengths offers new ways for runners to tap into the resources deep within their minds to conquer their running goals, discover the joy of running, connect running to their spiritual and emotional lives, and cope with the hardest parts of running using funny and illuminating stories to engage runners of all stripes: beginners, road runners, marathoners, trail runners and those just thinking about running for the first time.
Jessica Lourey’s Mercy’s Chase, the sequel to Salem’s Cipher, in which newly-hired FBI cryptanalyst Salem Wiley is sent to Europe to observe the Hermitage Foundation, where she discovers that their anti-female political and religious deception traces all the way back to the Malleus Malificarum, and that Mercy, a mysterious child with the power to rewrite history, is the key to uncovering the ultimate truth.
Paula Matter’s debut mystery in which VFW bartender Maggie Lewis is suspected of killing her least favorite customer and must produce enough evidence to clear her name, get her job back, and find the real killer–or she’ll end up behind the wrong bars, in a 3-book deal.
Clinical professional counselor and journalist Phyllis Fagell’s MIDDLE SCHOOL MATTERS, arguing that middle school is not just a tough phase to endure but rather a critical stage that parents can’t afford to ignore, and providing a road map for parents to help their kids through these trying years and emerge confident, compassionate, unique, and ready for a changing world.
USA Today bestselling author Amanda Bouchet’s new trilogy ENDEAVOR, in which after stealing a top-secret batch of cure-all vaccines for the orphanage she grew up in, Captain Tess Bailey finds herself pursued by the galaxy’s most terrifying Dark Watch general and his ruthless military and turning to a stranger for help could mean losing her freedom – or her heart.
Clinical psychologist Jonas Horwitz Stop Feeling So Damn Depressed: A Guide For Men, an in-your-face guide for men struggling with severe depression which presents skills rooted in CBT and gives readers actionable solutions for identifying, naming and overcoming the depression that is ruining their lives.