COVER OF SNOW:
On a wintry morning, in a remote Adirondack village, Nora Hamilton wakesto learn her rock-solid policeman hus-band has committed suicide. But, thepieces don’t add up. As Nora tries touncover what happened, this mountaintown is determined to keep its deadlysecrets buried.
978-0-345-53421-7 | $26.00/$31.00C | 15,000Ballantine Books | HC | January
CD: 978-0-385-36622-9 |
Scribd Excerpt, Author Website: JennyMilchman.com
For ans o Gillian Flynn and Lisa Unger
When a casino robbery in Atlantic Citygoes horribly awry the man who orches-trated it is obliged to call in a avor rom“Jack.” Only thirty or so people are surethis man exists. But as he struggles toclean up the mess, he nds himsel increasingly more visible as he’s pursuedsimultaneously by the FBI and otherinterested, i mysteriously elusive, parties.
978-0-307-95996-6 | $24.95/$28.95C | 150,000Knopf | HC | February
AD: 978-0-385-36177-4 |
For readers o Lee Child and Robert Crais
The author lives in Portland, OR
A haunting, luminous debut novel set ina small New Hampshire town: the storyo the crisscrossing o lives, within andwithout amily, and o one woman, givenup or adoption as a baby, searching orthe truth about her lie.
978-0-307-96165-5 | $24.95/$28.95C | 25,000Knopf | HC | February
Reading Group Guide (available at www.aaknop.com)
For readers o Elizabeth Strout and Lorrie Moore
Luis Negron;Translated by Suzanne Jill Levine
Nine short stories set in the mostly queer,working class community o Santurce,Puerto Rico.
eatures pow-erul, unny, voice-driven storytelling romdebut Puerto Rican author.
978-1-60980-418-3 |$13.95/ $13.95C | 10,000Seven Stories Press | TR | February
Set in Puerto Rico
CHILD OF VENGEANCE:
A bold and vivid historical epic o eudalJapan, based on the real-lie exploits o the legendary samurai Musashi Miyamoto. YA crossover appeal.
978-0-385-53663-9 | $25.95 | 40,000Doubleday | HC | March978-0-385-67821-6 | $24.95C | Doubleday Canada | TR
A manga-style short comic book or online promotion
Gates o Fire
The author lives in England
Two young Mormons are on a mission inBrazil, which will oer validation o theiraith and test them in ways they didn’texpect. From
The Book o Mormon
onBroadway to Mitt Romney on the campaigntrail, there is an endless ascination withthis aith. The centerpiece here is thecharacters and their relationship to theiraith—not hot-button issues like polygamy.
978-0-307-95569-2 | $26.00/$31.00C | 30,000 | Hogarth | HC | March
For readers o
The 19th Wie
The Ministry of Special Cases
Edward Kelsey Moore
THE SUPREMES AT EARL’S ALL-YOU-CAN-EAT
When Odette, Clarice, and Barbara Jeanmeet as teenagers in the mid-sixties, thecivil rights movement is moving alongand their regular gathering place is Earl’s All-You-Can-Eat diner, the rst black-owned business in Plainview, Indiana.Dubbed the Supremes by their riends,the inseparable trio is watched over bybig-hearted Earl during their high school days, and beyond.
978-0-307-95992-8 | $25.95/$30.00C | 100,000 | Knopf | HC | March
CD: 978-0-385-36289-4 |
Author Video & Book Trailer, Scribd Excerpt, Reading GroupGuide
For readers o
Steel Magnolias, Waiting to Exhale,
Fried Green Tomatoes
THE ANDALUCIAN FRIEND:
An explosive thriller about a womanwho becomes the pawn o two warringinternational crime syndicates. Imagine i Quentin Tarantino created Don Corleone;i John le Carre invented Tony Soprano;or i Jason Bourne was a single motherinstead o a spy.
978-0-7704-3605-6 | $26.00 | 100,000Crown | HC | March
CD: 978-0-385-36090-6 |
First in a trilogy, inevitable movie adaptation!
Author lives in SwedenFind us online: