- Fall 2020 Announcements: Mysteries & Thrillers
Jonathan Stride’s best friend, Steve Garske, confesses on his deathbed that he protected Stride by covering up a murder.
- Fall 2020 Announcements: Cooking & Food
This A–Z compendium of more than 100 cocktails covers the classics and key techniques.
At a rundown cabin in Ammerland, Germany, the body of Lukas Ohlburg is found covered in moss, as is the interior of the lodge.
- Jeff Hobbs Brings You Back to School
“Talking to someone that no one has heard of, that isn’t famous, and somehow helping their story become part of a reader’s story—that’s pretty neat,” Hobbs says.Elaine Szewczyk’s writing has appeared in McSweeney’s and other publications.
- The Great Secret: The Classified World War II Disaster That Launched the War on Cancer
Stewart Alexander saw through a “concerted Allied effort to cover up the presence of poison gas in the harbor” and diagnosed mustard gas poisoning.
- Fall 2020 Announcements: Business & Economics
Money: The True Story of a Made-Up Thing Jacob Goldstein.
- Fall 2020 Announcements: History
Top 10The Daughters of Yalta: The Churchills, Roosevelts, and Harrimans: A Story of Love and WarCatherine Grace Katz.
- Fall 2020 Announcements: Comics & Graphic Novels
Redbone: The True Story of a Native American Rock Band by Christian Staebler, Sonia Paoloni, and Thibault Balahy (Sept. 22, $19.99 trade paper, ISBN 978-1-68405-714-6).
- Fallout: The Hiroshima Cover-Up and the Reporter Who Revealed It to the World
Blume balances her narrative between Hersey’s journalistic process and Shawn’s editorial decision-making, which culminated in convincing New Yorker founder Harold Ross to devote the entire Aug. 29, 1946, issue to the story.
- Serial Killers of the 70s: Stories Behind a Notorious Decade of Death
True crime buffs will look forward to Fritsch’s sequel covering the 1980s.
- Fall 2020 Announcements: Essays & Literary Criticism
A Swim in a Pond in the Rain: What Reading the Nineteenth-Century Russians Can Teach Us About Stories, Truth, and Transformation George Saunders.
- You Had Me at Hola
A sense of Latinx culture and pride exudes from every page, elevating an already entertaining story.
- In Conversation: Aminah Mae Safi and April Poole
- Coalition of Individuals, Literary Organizations Issues Demands to Tattered Cover
PW was unable to obtain comment from Tattered Cover representatives by press time.Bummi Ishola's professional credentials and connection to Denver's literary community were added to this story.
- Debut Book Launch Celebrates 'Some Book News'
The video’s participants judge Sellet’s book by the cover and show pet reactions to the book.