E-Originals from Arden, Castillo, Chase, and Lane and Debuter Delacroix | Xpress Reviews

Sports romance novel lovers will truly enjoy this tale of a strong female who dominates in a male sport; the banter between Olivia and Cade is fun and flirty throughout; strong dose of steam and a nonromantic plot; fans of paranormal romance will be intrigued by the unique story line; fans of the series will enjoy this origin story

Reimagining Lizzie Borden & a Civil War Love Story | Debut Novels on Audio Coming Out in August

First novels coming out on audio in August 2017

The Bachelor Girl’s Guide to Murder by Rachel McMillan | LJ Review

Canadian author McMillan makes a terrific debut with this Edwardian mystery, mixing ­Sherlockian deduction with humor and a side order of romance.

Deb Caletti, Lauren Willig, & Dexter’s Last Dance | Audio in Advance July 2015 | Fiction

Brackston, P.J. Once Upon a Crime. (Brothers Grimm Mysteries, Bk. 2). Blackstone. ISBN 9781504609524. Read by Kate Reading. In this prequel to Gretel and the Case of the Missing Frog Prints, Gretel—yes, that Gretel—is now 35, still living with her brother Hans, and working as a private investigator. When the workshop of the local cart maker […]

Librarians, Gowns, Books-to-Film & Caribbean Diasporas | What We’re Reading

Naoko

The School Library Journal/LJ staff gets back to work with a bookshelf’s worth of What We’re Reading

Wait for It | What We’re Reading

Millennial Women

The LJ/SLJ staff finds the wait—for a movie adaptation, the punchline, a recommended galley, a plot twist, the time when women will rule the world, a shark battle’s outcome—is worth it in this week’s “What We’re Reading.”

SF/Fantasy Debut of the Month | December 2012

December’s SF/F debut of the month, R.S. Belcher’s The Six-Gun Tarot.

SF/Fantasy Debut of the Month | October 15, 2012

Review of Christopher Bennett’s Only Superhuman from the Oct. 15 issue.

Mystery Debut of the Month | October 1, 2012

Review of October’s mystery debut of the month, Victoria Jenkins’s An Unattended Death.

Mystery Debut of the Month, September 2012

The review of Mark Fryor’s The Bookseller, September’s debut of the month.