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13 September, 2017

THE WANDERER: Edgar Allan Poe and the City by Scott Peeples with photos by Michelle Van Parys

University of Charleston English professor, Scott Peeples, with University of Charleston photography professor Michelle Van Parys offer a reexamination of Poe, who changed addresses on average once a year throughout his adult life, through the lens of the American cities that shaped his life and writing. (Princeton University Press/World Rights/Spring 2019)


6 September, 2017

HUSHED IN DEATH, Stephen P. Kelly

Following LANGUAGE OF THE DEAD and WAGES OF DESIRE, the third Inspector Lamb mystery set in an English village during World War II. (Pegasus/Fall 2018/World Rights)


28 August, 2017

FIND MORE SPACE IN YOUR HOME by Roberta Sandenbergh

Known as “The Small-Space Architect” Sandenbergh’s guide will offer innovative design ideas and planning guides to help readers passionate about doing more with less make the most of the underutilized spaces they already have in their homes. Perfect for those striving to live more simply, people foregoing the suburbs for urban life, and downsizing retirees. (Skyhorse/World Rights/Fall 2018)


14 August, 2017

WHAT’S YOUR HOT DOG STAND? Chris Farrell

The search for money, meaning, identity and community at work in the second half of life. Farrell is host of American Public Media’s Marketplace and a regular contributor to The New York Times and Next Avenue.  He holds a degree from the London School of Economics. The book will argue that older Americans are redefining work and their relationship to it by rewiring rather than retiring.  (Amacom/World Rights/Fall 2018)


7 August, 2017

WILD CHILD by A.S. Green

In this follow-up to SUMMER GIRL, A.S. Green takes us back to Little Bear Island as a former Navy SEAL now private investigator arrives to provide security for a celebrity wedding and comes face-to-face with the most terrifying challenge of his life: a small-town island girl whose sharp tongue and take-no-prisoners attitude is seriously throwing him off his game. (Entangled Embrace, World 2018)


24 July, 2017

FREYJA’S DAUGHTER by Rachel Pudelek

Launching a new fierce-feminist fantasy series, FREYJA’S DAUGHTER introduces us to Faline Fry, a bounty hunter and member of the Washington huldra coterie, who must unite the succubae, harpies, mermaids, and rusalki to rescue her sister and escape the clutches of the Hunters, the mysterious men who have been controlling the wild women for centuries. (City Owl Press, World, 2018).


3 July, 2017

THE DIVORCE HACKER’S GUIDE TO UNTYING THE KNOT, Ann Grant

A divorce litigator and high-conflict divorce survivor offers a supportive step-by-step guide to ending a marriage quickly and efficiently while helping women rebuild their lives and take back their power from a divorce industry that profits on their misery. (New World Library, World Rights, Fall 2018)

 

 

 


14 June, 2017

LIVING WITH A GREEN HEART, Gay Browne

From the founder of Greenopia, a 52-week guide to healing ourselves, our communities and the planet, one small act or lifestyle change at a time. (Kensington Publishing/World Rights excluding China, Taiwan, Japan & Korea/Spring 2018)


30 May, 2017

THE BOY BEHIND THE MASK: The Power of Connections to Build Good Men, Michael C. Reichert, Ph.D.

A leading psychologist builds on the work of Michael Gurian, Michael Thompson & William Pollack, by stressing the positive role that parents, teachers and coaches can play in creating a “safety net” so that boys 10-18 can find their “true north” as they navigate adolescence, and develop healthy social and emotional lives. Reichert is founding director of the Center for the Study of Boys’ and Girls’ Lives at the University of Pennsylvania and a clinical practitioner. (Tarcher Perigee/div of Penguin Random House, Fall 2018, World excluding Mainland China, Taiwan, Japan & Korea)


22 May, 2017

Every Loss is a Love Story: The Father Daughter Reunion, Lisa Romeo

The story of the unlikely, continuing and eventually richly satisfying relationship between a midlife daughter and her father after his death.  Death rituals, new family dynamics, grief and memory allow her to get to know her father once she has lost him in a way that she never did in when he was alive. (University of Nevada Press/World Rights/June 2018)