A teenage prophet comes face-to-inner voice with a murder mystery in Kimberly Pauley’s Ask Me.
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In She Is Not Invisible by Marcus Sedgwick, a pair of siblings fly across the Atlantic to look for their missing father in New York City. What could possibly go wrong?
Who I'm Not by Ted Staunton. A family is missing their son. And a son returns to them. Are we going to split hairs about if it's the same kid?
Steampunk, sci-fi and fantasy blend together for one helluva ride on an intergalactic steam train. Bonus: We have copies for you to win!
Road Rash by Mark Huntley Parsons. A rock n' roll saga that goes to eleven.
In Danielle Paige’s new novel, Dorothy Must Die, Ms. Gale is looking awful green.
Jennifer E. Smith will give you a massive case of wanderlust with her latest novel. Plus, enter to win a copy!
V is back in business in a new novel that feels an awful lot like the dearly departed show. (And that's a good thing!)
Miss Marple finally shows up, y'all! And she's the coolest granny EVER.
The Brontë sisters in Michaela MacColl’s Always Emily aren’t the Charlotte and Emily you think you know.