One moonlit night, thirteen-year-old Miles O'Malley sneaks out of his house and goes exploring on the tidal flats of Puget Sound. When he discovers a rare giant squid, he instantly becomes a local phenomenon shadowed by people curious as to whether Miles is just an observant boy or an unlikely prophet. But Miles is really just a kid on the verge of growing up, infatuated with the girl next door, worried that his bickering parents will divorce, and fearful that everything, even the bay he loves, is shifting away from him. A tender and elegant gem of a story.
Four very different women embark on a transformational journey that follows the migrating monarchs across the United States to Mexico. While taking her grandmother's ashes home to Mexico, Luz attracts a collection of lost women, each seeking change in their lives.
For the first time in Spellman history, Isabel Spellman, P.I., might be the most normal member of her family. Yet as a number of cases pile, Izzy won't stop hunting for the answers--even when they threaten to shatter both the business and the family. Lisa Lutz will appear at the Thurber House Evening with Authors on Tuesday, March 20th.
Modest tale of high school basketball coach Sam Pickett and his losing basketball team (five years and ninety-three losses in a row). A Cinderella basketball story with plenty of play by play action and lots of heart centered in Willow Creek, Montana.
Richly atmospheric, stunning in its complexity, and utterly convincing and surprising to the end, this debut mystery introduces Dublin detectives Rob Ryan and Cassie Maddox. A twelve year old has been found dead in the woods and the case eerily echoes an incident from Rob's childhood.
The women of Jacobsville are enamored with handsome and aloof FBI agent Jon Blackhawk. Luckily, Jon has the best gatekeeper: his efficient and reliable assistant, Joceline Perry. But the more he comes to rely on her, the more he notices how invaluable she really is to him.
A multiple award winning biography about the last queen of Egypt. A dazzling and readable portrait by a master storyteller boldly separates fact from fiction to rescue Cleopatra from misconceptions and legend.