Tokyo Traffic by Michael Pronko

Enter to win a free copy of Tokyo Traffic, a novel Kirkus Reviews called, “A dark and striking thriller with an indelible cast and setting." The third in the Detective Hiroshi series goes deeper into the criminal underbelly and global economy that makes Tokyo one of the most intriguing cities in the world.

The Secret Jesus by Sue Stephenson

In this mainstream page-turner, Christ’s DNA is discovered in an ancient relic—and used to create a clone. This is the story of Jesus’ human twin, and his quest for identity in Twenty-first Century America. Who will this young man be exactly?

This thought-provoking novel has been a great selection for book club discussions all over the country.

All's Well by John Lefebvre

“...never before have I come across a book that explores consciousness, goodness and freedom.”--Goodreads 5-star review
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This rollicking treatise blends philosophy, metaphysics and ethics into an original, lyrical meditation on our place in the Universe, both the distance we have come and the much longer way before us. All's Well offers the keys to perfecting our purpose: establishing Freedom for All.

The Last Piece by Imogen Clark

A sudden departure. A story decades in the making.

The chaotic but happy equilibrium of the Nightingale family is thrown into disarray when Cecily—whose children can’t remember her ever being remotely spontaneous—disappears to a Greek island with no warning or explanation.

Her reasons for doing something so out of character are a total mystery to her three daughters, high-powered executive Felicity, unfulfilled GP Julia and organised mother-of-five Lily. What connection could she possibly have with Kefalonia?

But Cecily has gone to continue a story she thought ended decades ago—one that could have a huge impact on her family. And when she returns, she’ll have to tell them the truth.

Will Cecily be able to hold her family together once she reveals her big secret? And might she discover that she’s not the only one with a story to tell?

Millicent Glenn's Last Wish by Tori Whitaker

ADVANCE PRAISE:
NYT Bestselling author Karen White:
"A heartwarming and affecting novel centered around the love between mothers and daughters."

Bestselling author Susan Meissner:
"A moving and emotionally charged debut by a writer to watch."

NYT and USA Today Bestselling author Joshilyn Jackson:
"Tori Whitaker moves deftly forward and back in time in a lyrical exploration of motherhood and longing ... with great insight into both history and the female heart."

NYT Bestselling author Tara Conklin:
"...a book that explores how one long-held secret can shape a family. Tori Whitaker's characters sparkle with warmth and humanity."

NYT Bestselling author Jenna Blum:
"A novel about the legacies women pass to their daughters--and the price of the secrets they keep ... You'll miss Millicent long after the book's cover is closed."

Acclaimed author Colleen Oakley:
"With rich settings and fully realized characters that you'll root for, this book broke my heart--and then stitched it back together again."

Nationally Bestselling author Lynda Cohen Loigman:
"...a deeply satisfying story that hooked me from the first page."

NYT Bestselling author Sarah McCoy:
"I dare you to read without shedding a tear."

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Behemoth by H.P. Newquist

Enter to win one of 10 signed copies of BEHEMOTH . . . One of the best reviewed horror novels of the year!

Here is some of the praise reviewers have given to BEHEMOTH:

The Horror Review says "BEHEMOTH is old-school gothic horror and historical horror mixed with modern-world superstitions and prejudices and that makes things that much more chilling. Newquist has created a fine horror novel that dares to be called literary/historical fiction and entertains the reader from start to finish."

"I'm not a fan of the frequently overused phrase "unputdownable" but there really is no other way to describe this book. This was easily a 5 star read . . . on my top reads of the year list."
KENDALL REVIEWS

"Newquist is an accomplished writer and it shows on each page of BEHEMOTH. A wild ride that doesn’t ease up on tension, BEHEMOTH is a must-read for any horror junkie."
FANBASE PRESS

"One of the best books I've read in a very long time. Sent chills up my spine to where I thought I might need a priest . . ."
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Beyond Valor by Jon Erwin

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Beyond Valor is an extraordinary tale of unspeakable bravery, heroism, a courageous teenage bride unfailing love, and the faith, and devotion that secured them all.

Anywhere But Home by Daniel Speck

The English-language debut of the acclaimed international bestseller—Anywhere but Home crosses continents, cultures, and generations to tell a sweeping story of self-discovery, finding your own place in a new world, and the revelatory mysteries of being a family.

Milan, 2014. Julia, a young and brilliant German designer, is about to launch the fashion show that could bring the breakthrough success she has sacrificed so much to achieve. All her dreams for the future are on the brink of reality—until an unknown past comes to find her. A grandfather she never knew existed approaches her with an astonishing claim. Julia’s father, believed dead for decades, is still alive. As a great lie is revealed, Julia embarks on a journey to uncover the lost pieces of her past. It takes her on a tour through Italy—from Milan to Naples to Sicily, back three generations to an immigrant heritage that struggled to build new roots in Germany after the war, and to secrets that have remained hidden for sixty years.

Milan, 1954. Vincent, a handsome German engineer for BMW, arrives with the task of testing the Isetta, a revolutionary Italian car. His interpreter is the talented and enigmatic Giulietta, and the two soon fall passionately in love. Giulietta is full of life and dreams—she loves to design and sew clothes—but is held back by her family, who emigrated from Sicily, and by a promise that already binds her to another man. She will find herself forced to choose between love and duty, freedom