Fiction

The Accidental Joe: The Top-Secret Life of a Celebrity Chef

Publication Date: 05/14/2024

A maverick celebrity chef reluctantly agrees to let the CIA use his hugely popular international food, culture, and travel TV series as cover for a dangerous espionage mission. When the CIA approaches celebrity chef Sebastian Pike about using his award-winning food and culture travel show as cover for espionage, the…

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Judessey

Publication Date: 05/07/2024

The journey of a Jewish partisan during the Holocaust. The Holocaust is an event greater than the sum of the survivor testimonies and the stories of its six million victims. It is an event beyond the capacity of the human brain to contain. It deserves to be described not only…

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Morning Pages

Publication Date: 05/07/2024

When her professional and family life collide, a playwright starts journaling every morning to push through her writer’s block in this laugh-out-loud and fresh take on family, friendship, and the chaos of midlife. Elise Hellman was once heralded by audiences and critics as a “playwright to watch.” Then they forgot…

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Prayers for Bears: Bailey the Grateful Bear

Publication Date: 04/16/2024

Bailey the Bear loves the outdoors, running and playing, but when those things are taken away, Bailey struggles with being grateful. In this fun, yet insightful book, Taya takes children on a delightful journey, teaching them the importance of gratitude in all seasons of life. With amusing lines, heartfelt expressions…

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Uncaged Summer

Publication Date: 04/09/2024

“Best new book to read.”—New York Post Newly heartbroken, a woman embarks on a glamorized summer of couch surfing to rediscover herself. It’s not until she stops searching that she finds what she wasn’t looking for, and learns that though life may not go according to plan, there is magic…

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Irena’s Vow

Publication Date: 03/25/2024

During the Holocaust, a twenty-one-year-old, blonde-haired, blue-eyed, Polish, Catholic woman rescued twelve Jews by hiding them in the basement of the highest-ranking German officer in town, without his knowledge, and saved them all. When Irena Gut witnessed a Nazi officer murder a baby and its mother in front of her…

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It Could Be Worse

Publication Date: 03/12/2024

“Visceral and moving,” (Andra Watkins, New York Times bestselling author), It Could Be Worse is a tale of acceptance and awakening—but not necessarily forgiveness—that reminds us we can choose how our stories end. Mired in self-doubt and blind loyalty, Allegra Gil suspects her charmed life may be a gilded cage.…

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Little Avalanches: A Memoir

Publication Date: 03/12/2024

A daughter’s quest for truth. A soldier’s fight for survival. Their shared search for understanding. “In a world where few subjects are taboo, the impact of war on veterans and their families, remains largely hidden from public view. Becky Ellis cuts through the darkness with her memoir, Little Avalanches.… This…

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Everything is a Little Broken

Publication Date: 02/27/2024

Aging is hard, but watching those you love get older isn’t much easier. What do you do when the people you love are declining right in front of your eyes? What can you do but rage at all that is cruel, laugh at all that is absurd, and show up…

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Belonging

Publication Date: 01/30/2024

Belonging is a story about the events that transform our lives: the innocence and heartache of your first love, the confusion and sadness of a cherished friendship slipping away, the way we are all shaped by the places we come from, and the fierce desire to make a family when…

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