Fiction from Harper, Meltzer & Goldberg, Weir, and Debuter Raymond | Xpress Reviews


Harper’s latest is a bit disjointed, Meltzer and Goldberg have delivered a fast-paced and twisty thriller not to be missed, debuter Raymond’s story and vivid writing will keep readers glued to the pages, readers will enjoy revisiting the familiar Tudor story with Weir as their guide

Iggulden’s Stormbird: Battling Kings and Their Comrades | RA Crossroads

Wars of the Roses

Richly set and vividly realized, Iggulden’s opening account of the long-waged battle for England’s crown is engrossing and deftly achieved.

Biographical Readings | Wyatt’s World


December biographies to enthrall readers

Working with The White Queen | Wyatt’s World


Philippa Gregory’s The White Queen, The Red Queen, and The Kingmaker’s Daughter inspire a new TV series that inspire a new list of read-alikes.

Editors’ Picks Panel | Library Journal’s Day of Dialog


Library Journal’s sold-out 16th annual Day of Dialog, held May 29 at the McGraw-Hill Auditorium, got off to a rousing start with the perennially popular Editors’ Picks panel. Five top editors from leading publishing houses shared their summer, fall, and winter favorites with an enthusiastic and packed audience of librarians eager to identify titles to […]