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The Dream Peddler

Watson's graceful, lyrically written debut uses a pinch of magic to contemplate the daily mysteries of life: love, loss, and our desire to be happy. The result will appeal to mainstream fiction and magical realism readers as well as fantasy fans, especially those who love Ray Bradbury.

The Invited

The latest from McMahon (Burntown) is like a nesting doll—a thriller inside a murder mystery inside a ghost story—and will chill readers with every sideways glimpse of a passing shadow.

The Hunting Party

Foley moves from historical fiction (The Invitation; The Book of Lost and Found) to suspense in her new novel. Agatha Christie and Ruth Ware fans will shiver as they imagine themselves in snow-covered woods, silence amplifying their fear of not knowing whom to trust or who might be next to die. [See Prepub Alert, 8/10/18.]

The New Iberia Blues

No one paints a picture of life in the sultry Louisiana bayou better than Burke. Readers drawn to the Cajun grit and Robicheaux's charm will love wading with him through the mists and Spanish moss of the swampland, peering into his psyche while hunting a psychopathic killer. [See Prepub Alert, 7/2/18.]

Miss Bingley Requests

With original passages from Pride and Prejudice unusually woven into the story, this charming tale told by Eliza Bennet's rival will allow enthusiasts to peer through the windows of Mr. Darcy's Pemberley estate, wondering who will marry whom.

An Anonymous Girl

For those who relished the creepy stalking in Hendricks and Pekkanen's The Wife Between Us, this unnerving tale will have them rethinking what secrets are safe to share and if morals and ethics really matter when protecting the ones you love. [See Prepub Alert, 7/2/18.]

Manuscriptfor Murder

Both Jessica junkies and those who never knew they were cozy mystery fans will have a blast reading this modernized Fletcher whodunit.

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