‘#gods’ by Matthew Gallaway

Gallaway’s #gods is an ambitious, finely wrought novel that uses a variety of voices and innovative styles to explore issues of faith, religion, and connection in the modern world… read more

'Listening to the Dead' by George Seaton

“Despite the quasi-mystical premise of the novel, in many ways Listening to the Dead speaks more truthfully about policework and men’s relationships than some crime and romance novels that purport to do just that.”… read more

'The Book of Joan' by Lidia Yuknavitch

Imagine a sci-fi blockbuster scripted by a critical theorist and then novelized by a slam poet, and you might come close to anticipating The Book of Joan, a darkly inventive new work from Lidia Yuknavitch…. read more

'Erased' by Robbi McCoy

Erased opens with the quintessential cop car chase. Lights flashing and sirens blaring, San Francisco police officer Dani Barsetti is racing to stop a bomb from detonating at a company responsible for the banking of rare seeds. She also hopes to catch the criminal responsible for endangering the inhabitants of the city. She’s assisting FBI… read more

‘Blind Side of the Moon’ by Blayne Cooper

Dreams haunt Samantha Blackwell. At seventeen, she carries a heavy emotional load. She has a deadbeat father who only shows up when he wants something and no memory of the mother who died when Samantha was a toddler. At least she’s had her loving grandparents, Leola and Thomas Christos, to care for her, but their… read more

‘Walk-in’ by T.L. Hart

If you like your mysteries filled with red herrings, twists, and turns, you’ll be thoroughly entertained by this book… read more