Adrian Todd Zuniga at Brookline Booksmith, MA

It would be easier for Thomas Mullen to move on from what he’d seen if Sarah stopped calling. It would be even better if she

Jacqueline Suskin at Northtown Books, Arcata, CA

The Edge of the Continent is a book about California. Specifically, this first volume is about Northern California, the wet part of the state, the green

Lucy Jane Bledsoe with Karen Joy Fowler at Kepler’s Books, Menlo Park, CA

“She’d told herself, and her husband Tom, that she was coming to rescue Vicky. And she was. She would. She’d been rescuing her sister her

Lucy Jane Bledsoe at Powell’s Books, Portland, OR

“She’d told herself, and her husband Tom, that she was coming to rescue Vicky. And she was. She would. She’d been rescuing her sister her

Stephen Robert Stein at Mystery to Me, Madison, WI

The Oath tracks the intertwined lives of Dr. Katz and SS Doktor Bloch, who both survive Auschwitz and the war to practice medicine in the United

Lucy Jane Bledsoe with Christopher Bram at The Bureau of General Services–Queer Division, New York

“She’d told herself, and her husband Tom, that she was coming to rescue Vicky. And she was. She would. She’d been rescuing her sister her

Julayne Lee at Moon Palace Books, Minneapolis

A provocative and furious book about race, culture, identity and what it means to be an inter-country adoptee in America Julayne Lee was born in South

Lucy Jane Bledsoe at Books Inc., Berkeley

“She’d told herself, and her husband Tom, that she was coming to rescue Vicky. And she was. She would. She’d been rescuing her sister her

Audrey Berger Welz at Gallery Bookshop Mendocino, CA

From Imperial Russia to Savannah, Georgia and beyond, a circus family, a once aspiring ballerina, and a scorned lover set the stage and then draw

Lucy Jane Bledsoe at BookBar, Denver

“She’d told herself, and her husband Tom, that she was coming to rescue Vicky. And she was. She would. She’d been rescuing her sister her

Chas Smith at Warwick’s, La Jolla, CA

From the author of Welcome to Paradise, Now Go To Hell, a finalist for the PEN Center USA Award for Nonfiction It is likely not terribly

Lucy Jane Bledsoe at Village Books, Bellingham, WA

“She’d told herself, and her husband Tom, that she was coming to rescue Vicky. And she was. She would. She’d been rescuing her sister her

Lucy Jane Bledsoe at East City Bookshop, DC

“She’d told herself, and her husband Tom, that she was coming to rescue Vicky. And she was. She would. She’d been rescuing her sister her

Kevin Smokler at Louisville Public Library Breakfast Club Screening

From the fictional towns of Hill Valley, CA, and Shermer, IL, to the beautiful landscapes of the “Goondocks” in Astoria and the “time of your

Lucy Jane Bledsoe at Why There Are Words, Sausalito, CA

“She’d told herself, and her husband Tom, that she was coming to rescue Vicky. And she was. She would. She’d been rescuing her sister her

Gretchen Bonaduce at Volumes Bookcafe, Chicago

Hello world! Gretchen Bonaduce came onto the scene in the mid-00s, starring in Breaking Bonaduce, a VH1 reality show with her former Partridge Family star husband

Chas Smith at Book Soup, Los Angeles

From the author of Welcome to Paradise, Now Go To Hell, a finalist for the PEN Center USA Award for Nonfiction It is likely not terribly

M.J. Mouton at Printers Row Lit Fest, Chicago

Blast off with Carl as he embarks on a curious journey. An adventure to find the answer to a question that no one seems to

Chas Smith at Powell’s, Portland, OR

From the author of Welcome to Paradise, Now Go To Hell, a finalist for the PEN Center USA Award for Nonfiction It is likely not terribly