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Into the Fire

Another exceptional installment in the “Orphan X” series, full of action, excitement, and adventure. A must-read for thriller fans. [See Prepub Alert, 7/8/19.]

Mercy Road

Creel (The Whiskey Sea) brings the story of the World War I–era American Women’s Hospital to vivid life through Arlene’s eyes. Readers who enjoy World War I fiction will appreciate both the combination of wartime action and personal drama and Arlene’s inspiring courage in the face of danger.

The Escape Room

Goldin’s debut features the twists, turns, and misdirection psychological suspense fans crave, set against a backdrop of corporate greed and excess. Bad people get their comeuppance, good people get revenge, and readers get immersed in the tangled web of vengeance and deceit. [See Prepub Alert, 2/11/19.]

Ayesha at Last

There’s an overabundance of Pride and Prejudice retellings, but few are as thoughtful and creative as this stellar debut from an author to watch. Jalaluddin takes a familiar plot and transforms it into a contemporary #ownvoices romance that is fresh, insightful, and thoroughly modern. The story of Ayesha and Khalid will leave readers swooning, but it will also get them thinking.


The Orphan’s Song

Kate, best known for her YA fantasy novels, brings the romance of 18th-century Venice to life in this light historical. While some of the twists are predictable, it’s an engaging read with likable characters and an emotionally potent plot. [See Prepub Alert, 12/17/18.]

Bloody Sunday

Readers of military and political thrillers will have a tough time putting this one down. [See Prepub Alert, 12/11/17.]

Reaper: Ghost Target

This thrilling series starter will appeal to fans of assassin-on-the-run tales, such as Mark Greaney's "Grey Man" series.

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