header pintrest accessibility home facebook twitter tumblr google+

home 175 books authors editors about videos catalog



new books
THE GAMES


THE GAMES
by James Patterson and Mark Sullivan

Rio has spent years preparing to host the world during the Olympic games--but they didn't prepare for this...


Rio de Janeiro, Brazil--home to beautiful white-sand beaches, gorgeous women, stunning natural beauty, and the world's largest Carnival celebration--knows how to throw a party. So it's a natural choice to host the biggest spectacles in sports--the World Cup and the Olympics. To ensure that the games go off without a hitch, the organizers turn to Jack Morgan, the unflappable head of the renowned international security and consulting firm Private. But when events are this exclusive, someone's bound to get left off the guest list.

all books
rgg



CROSS KILL
CROSS KILL
by James Patterson

Read More read more

ZOO II
ZOO 2
by James Patterson

Read More read more

MAXIMUM RIDE FOREVER
MAXIMUM RIDE FOREVER
by James Patterson

Read More
read more

VILLA AMERICA
VILLA AMERICA
by Liza Klaussmann

Read More
read more

PICNIC IN PROVENCE
PICNIC IN PROVENCE
by Elizabeth Bard

Read More
read more

THE PENTAGON'S BRAIN
THE PENTAGON'S BRAIN
by Annie Jacobsen
Read More
read more

NO BETTER FRIEND
NO BETTER FRIEND
by Robert Weintraub

Read More
read more

ALTRUISM
ALTRUISM
by Matthieu Ricard

Read More
read more

WHEN WE WERE ANIMALS
WHEN WE WERE ANIMALS
by Joshua Gaylord

Read More
read more

THE DYNAMITE ROOM
THE DYNAMITE ROOM
by Jason Hewitt

Read More
read more

THE INFILTRATOR
THE INFILTRATOR
by Robert Mazur

Read More
read more







PAUL McCARTNEY

HERE'S TO US
by Elin Hilderbrand

An emotional, heartwarming story from New York Times bestselling author Elin Hilderbrand about a grieving family that finds solace where they least expect it.


Celebrity chef Deacon Thorpe has always been a force of nature with an insatiable appetite for life. But after that appetite contributes to Deacon's shocking death in his favorite place on earth, a ramshackle Nantucket summer cottage, his (messy, complicated) family is reeling. Now Deacon's three wives, his children, and his best friend gather on the island he loved to say farewell. The three very different women have long been bitter rivals, each wanting to claim the primary place in Deacon's life and his heart. But as they slowly let go of the resentments they've held onto for years and remember the good times, secrets are revealed, confidences are shared, and improbable bonds are formed as this unlikely family says goodbye to the man who brought them all together, for better or worse--and the women he loved find new ways to love again.

BEFORE YOU JUDGE ME


BEFORE YOU JUDGE ME
by Tavis Smiley and David Ritz

A powerful chronicle of the sixteen weeks leading up to King of Pop Michael Jackson's death.


Michael Jackson's final months were like the rest of his short and legendary life: filled with deep lows and soaring highs, a constant hunt for privacy, and the pressure and fame that made him socially fragile and almost--ultimately--unable to live.

A THOUSAND MILES FROM NOWHERE


A THOUSAND MILES FROM NOWHERE
by John Gregory Brown

A tragicomic tour de force about one man's redemption through love and art.

Fleeing New Orleans as Hurricane Katrina approaches, Henry Garrett is haunted by the ruins of his marriage, a squandered inheritance, and the teaching job he inexplicably quit. He pulls into a small Virginia town after three days on the road, hoping to silence the ceaseless clamor in his head. But this quest for peace and quiet as the only guest at a roadside motel is destroyed when Henry finds himself at the center of a bizarre and violent tragedy. As a result, Henry winds up stranded at the ramshackle motel just outside the small town of Marimore, and it's there that he is pulled into the lives of those around him: Latangi, the motel's recently widowed proprietor, who seems to have a plan for Henry; Marge, a local secretary who marshals the collective energy of her women's church group; and the family of an old man, a prisoner, who dies in a desperate effort to provide for his infirm wife.

THE SECOND GIRL


THE SECOND GIRL
by David Swinson

He's a good detective...with a bad habit.


Frank Marr knows crime in Washington, DC. A decorated former police detective, he retired early and now ekes a living as a private eye for a defense attorney. Frank Marr may be the best investigator the city has ever known, but the city doesn't know his dirty secret.

INVINCIBLE SUMMER

INVINCIBLE SUMMER
by Alice Adams

Four friends. Twenty years. One unexpected journey.

Inseparable throughout college, Eva, Benedict, Sylvie, and Lucien graduate in 1997, into an exhilarating world on the brink of a new millennium. Hopelessly in love with playboy Lucien and eager to shrug off the socialist politics of her upbringing, Eva breaks away to work for a big bank. Benedict, a budding scientist who's pined for Eva for years, stays on to complete his PhD in physics, devoting his life to chasing particles as elusive as the object of his affection. Siblings Sylvie and Lucien, never much inclined toward mortgages or monogamy, pursue more bohemian existences-she as an aspiring artist and he as a club promoter and professional partyer.

WHY YOU LOVE MUSIC



WHY YOU LOVE MUSIC
by John Powell

A delightful journey through the psychology and science of music, WHY YOU LOVE MUSIC is the perfect book for anyone who loves a tune.

Music plays a hugely important role in our emotional, intellectual, and even physical lives. It impacts the ways we work, relax, behave, and feel. It can make us smile or cry, it helps us bond with the people around us, and it even has the power to alleviate a range of medical conditions. The songs you love (and hate, and even the ones you feel pretty neutral about) don't just make up the soundtrack to your life--they actually help to shape it.

THE BOOK OF HUMAN EMOTIONS



THE BOOK OF HUMAN EMOTIONS
by Tiffany Watt Smith

A thoughtful, gleeful encyclopedia of emotions, both broad and outrageously specific, from throughout history and around the world.

How do you feel today? Is your heart fluttering in anticipation? Your stomach tight with nerves? Are you falling in love? Feeling a bit miffed? Do you have the heebie-jeebies? Are you antsy with iktsuarpok or filled with nakhes?

BROOKLYN RUSTIC



BROOKLYN RUSTIC
by Bryan Calvert

Recipes that bring Brooklyn's artisanal revolution to the world

Bryan Calvert is a culinary pioneer who helped make Brooklyn the new center of American food. Now, in more than 125 surefire, imaginative recipes that combine rural comforts with urban sophistication, he brings the best of the borough to your table.

STILETTO



STILETTO
by Daniel O'Malley

In this spirited sequel to the acclaimed The Rook, Myfanwy Thomas returns to clinch an alliance between deadly rivals and avert epic -- and slimy -- supernatural war.

When secret organizations are forced to merge after years of enmity and bloodshed, only one person has the fearsome powers---and the bureaucratic finesse---to get the job done. Facing her greatest challenge yet, Rook Myfanwy Thomas must broker a deal between two bitter adversaries.

WE WERE KINGS



WE WERE KINGS
by Thomas O’Malley and Douglas Graham Purdy

In 1950's Boston, the Irish Republican Army is running guns and killing witnesses. Cal and Dante are committed to stopping them.

When a body is discovered at the Charlestown locks--tarred, feathered and shot to death--it appears to be a gangland killing, and is almost immediately dismissed. However, Cal O'Brien's cousin, Boston PD detective Owen Lackey, recognizes the murder style as the typical retribution for IRA informers. Combined with a tip-off about a boat coming into Boston weighed down with stolen guns and ammunition, the body in the locks hints that much more may be at stake than a one-off hit.

Last month's new releasesread more