Fiction from Clark, Montana Noir, Witt & Z, plus Debuts | Xpress Reviews

In her debut novel, Burns slowly uncovers an unsettling and grim world; Clark nimbly handles the warp and weft of her interwoven characters; reimagining Little Women; fans of noir and regional fiction will be intrigued; a beautiful, angst-filled, and heart-wrenching debut; Witt and Z pack suspense, action, and family ties into this series installment

Audiobooks from Box, Clark, Spindler, and Trenow | Xpress Reviews

Joe Pickett is on the case in a new Box title; listeners fond of psychological thrillers will revel in Spindler’s cast of suspects, trail of clues, twists, and turns; Trenow’s historical fiction is hauntingly beautiful—a not-to-be-missed audiobook

Tons of Fiction: Burrowes, Campion, Clark, Harkaway, Mackin, Miller, Verdon, & Vollmann | Xpress Reviews

Romance from Braden and Burrowes, mysteries from Campion and Clark, short pieces from Dybek, cynicism from Harkaway, Abduction from Holt, historical fiction from Mackin, magical storytelling from Miller, a thriller from Verdon, and more

Xpress Reviews: Audiobooks | First Look at New Books, December 27, 2013

A colorful Southern tale from Atkins, more of Rachel Knight from Clark, a revised World War II tale from Hart, a new dystopian series from Mead, an intimate novel of life and death from Moyes, serious fiction from White

Publisher's Perspective: Mulholland Books Is a Thrilling New Launch

Publisher's Perspective: Mulholland Books Is a Thrilling New Launch