National Classical music radio host Lauren Rico’s FAMILIA, an #OwnVoices story in which a magazine fact-checker is drawn to Puerto Rico in search of the truth behind an ancestry DNA test and the woman claiming to be the long-lost sister who has been searching for her ever since she was snatched from her stroller twenty-five years earlier.
Candace Haven writing as Lucy Connelly’s AN AMERICAN IN SCOTLAND, about an American ER doc who runs away to a small Scottish village and becomes a crime-solving coroner.
Clinical psychologist, professor at Northwestern University, author of Loving Bravely and Taking Sexy Back, and host of the Reimagining Love podcast Alexandra H. Solomon’s A YEAR OF RELATIONAL HEALING, offering daily doses of insight to help readers reflect and deepen their Relational Self-Awareness, whether they are single, dating, partnered, or single again, with each daily page featuring an inspiring quotation, a reflection, a journal prompt, or a practice designed to help you create new possibilities in your most important relationships, including your relationship with yourself.
Edgar Award finalist Gigi Pandian’s UNTITLED 3RD AND 4TH SECRET STAIRCASE MYSTERIES, AFTER UNDER LOCK & SKELETON KEY AND THE RAVEN THIEF, continuing the locked-room mystery series in which illusionist Tempest Raj builds magical architectural details into people’s homes while solving impossible crimes.
Professor of Classics at the University of Georgia Mario Erasmo’s THE SPECTACULAR DEAD, exploring the staging and viewing of corpses from Classical antiquity to contemporary funerary practices and museum displays, to Alice Wright at Bloomsbury, by Jill Marsal at Marsal Lyon Literary Agency.
Daphne & Agatha Award Finalist Mollie Cox’s THE LACE WIDOW, in which witnesses to the Hamilton-Burr duel are being murdered, and as Eliza Hamilton pieces together why, she unearths a heartbreaking secret and a dangerous lie, prompting her to conclude another murder will happen—unless she can prevent it to Terri Bischoff at Crooked Lane Books by Jill Marsal.
A.D. Rhine’s historical epic HORSES OF FIRE, in which Troy is a historical place where real people schemed and defended, loved and lost; not a playground of gods and goddesses, but a political and physical battleground where ordinary people and strong, yet misunderstood women take center stage: Andromache, Helen, Cassandra, and Rhea, a refugee and horse whisperer, and an unlikely hero amidst the chaos of the famous war, to Cassidy Sachs at Dutton.
Veteran growth strategists, entrepreneurs, and fintech disruptors Scarlett Sieber and Sophie Guibaud’s EMBEDDED FINANCE: WHEN PAYMENTS BECOME AN EXPERIENCE, offering an indispensable and eye-opening exploration of one of the most exciting and influential technologies in development today and detailing a revolution in financial services, banking, and technology that has already begun.
Professor of Political Science at the University of Toronto Ryan Balot’s Tragedy, Philosophy, and Political Education in Plato’s Laws, offering a daring new interpretation of Plato’s political masterpiece and uncovering the inescapably tragic dimensions of philosophy, civic relations, and political education.
Terrorism expert Dr. Jeffrey D. Simon’s’s THE BULLDOG DETECTIVE: WILLIAM J. FLYNN AND AMERICA’S FIRST WAR AGAINST THE MAFIA, SPIES, AND TERRORISTS, tells the unknown fascinating story of William Flynn, nicknamed “the Bulldog” who, acclaimed by his peers as one of America’s greatest early twentieth century detectives, brought down the Mafia and a sophisticated German spy ring, while launching the first war on terrorism that still resonates today.