Mary DiNunzio is trying to make partner in her cutthroat Philadelphia law firm. She’s too busy to worry about the crank phone calls that she’s been getting—until they fall into a sinister pattern. Mary can’t shake the sensation that someone is watching her. Following her every move. Then the shadowboxing turns deadly, and she has to fight for something a lot more important than a partnership—her life. (Rosato & Associates Series #1)
A New York Times Notable Book from the National Book Award–winning author of A Wizard of Earthsea: Stuck at the airport, Sita unlocks the ability to visit other planes of existence, making for “vivid stories” with a “wildly inventive array of societies and cultures” (Booklist).
by Robert Swartwood
Fans of taut psychological thrillers like The Silence of the Lambs will be enthralled by this USA Today bestseller: Elizabeth Piccioni is forced to confront the terror of her past — or lose her son forever. A “scary, thrilling, page-turning” read (Blake Crouch).
by Douglas Clegg
From a New York Times bestselling author who “can chill the spine so effectively that the reader should keep paramedics on standby” (Dean Koontz): Disturbing events unfold when a child arrives in the sleepy town of Stonehaven…
Edited by Shane Allison
An achingly hot collection that captures the voyeuristic thrill and startling intimacy of sex in public places. From truck stops to dorm showers, parks to bathhouses, these men find pleasure in spaces both familiar and utterly unexpected.
Erotic Romance / LGBT
Edited by Al Sarrantonio
A “horror utopia” (Booklist): Delve into the darkest depths of the macabre in this “spine-tingling” anthology (People) — including stories from Stephen King, Neil Gaiman, and more! “A new benchmark of excellence” (Publishers Weekly starred review).
by Bill Crider
In his lonely island home, retired investigator Truman has nothing to do but dwell on his failures — until he’s tasked with finding an old friend’s missing daughter. A Shamus Award–nominated novel featuring “a moody, introspective PI in the finest tradition” (Publishers Weekly).