Roberts, Nora

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Roberts’s legions of fans will want to add Caitlyn Sullivan’s story to their lists. [See Prepub Alert, 11/11/19.]


The Rise of Magicks

The final volume of “The Chronicles of the One” (Of Blood and Bone; Year One) is a full fantasy, postapocalyptic version of Roberts’s tried and true storytelling mastery. [See Prepub Alert, 5/5/19.]

Under Currents

Prolific and hugely popular author Roberts (Shelter in Place; Year One), who also writes as J.D. Robb (“In Death” series), combines complex characters with a vivid setting to create a real page-turner. Broken into four sections, each of which packs a punch, this contemporary fiction mixed with a bit of suspense is completely engaging. Expect wide appeal beyond the author’s regular fanbase. [See Prepub Alert, 1/23/19.]

The Welcoming

On an undercover assignment to deal with a criminal gang operating out of an inn on Puget Sound’s Orcas Island, FBI Agent Roman DeWinter is attracted to the inn’s owner, Charity Ford, as his investigation puts them both in danger...


A Touch of Sun

An agent protecting her renowned psychic client and a skeptical producer who wants the psychic to be part of his parapsychology documentary clash from the start in Mind over Matter (1987); a talented soap opera actress lands the lead in a TV film based on the screenwriter's heartless ex-wife and falls for the temperamental author in the process in Dual Image (1985)...

The Name of the Game: A Hollywood Romance

A tough, driven TV game show producer with no time for personal relationships—and definitely none with actors—is caught off guard by her attraction to one of her celebrity guests in a romance first published as a Silhouette Intimate Moments in 1988...

Of Blood and Bone

The follow up to Year One takes a jump into the future, grabbing readers with epic world- and character-building.—Kristi Chadwick, Massachusetts Lib. Syst., Northampton

Shelter in Place

Roberts lets the sharply outlined characters, including an unusual villain, take center stage in another tautly plotted page-turner that suspense and thriller readers will love.

Year One

Roberts's full step into a modern fantasy series is long overdue. Fascinating characters and a well-built dystopia combine with a riveting plot that will attract a whole new group of readers. [See Prepub Alert, 6/26/17.]

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