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Laura Griffin, author of Desperate Girls, picks 10 sexy thrillers.
Former clients of Danielle Smith, an agent specializing in children’s and YA authors, describe a pattern of deceptive behavior to PW.
A roundup of last month’s best-reviewed BookLife titles highlights three thrillers—about a haunted house, a reluctant homicide detective, and a weapon of mass manipulation—plus an audiobook and a romance.
In notable recent acquisitions, an L.A. yogi struck a six-figure deal, and Jill Soloway nabbed the first two books for her new Amazon imprint.
In Captive, Catherine Oxenberg recounts the events leading up to her daughter India’s indoctrination into the Nxivm cult and the ensuing struggle to free her.
As students across the country get ready to head back to school, PW senior writer Andrew Albanese discusses the cost of course materials and how one publisher has landed in court by trying to change the way students get their texts.
Kate Fitzsimons and Heidi MacDonald talk about the bestselling Adventure Zone graphic novel, look at DC’s Walmart exclusives, and examine the return of Sandman.
In this interview from the archives, Italian MP and activist Mario Marazziti explains the reasoning behind his book, 13 Ways of Looking at the Death Penalty.