New England Book Alert

NEIBA_Book_AlertBuyers and Booksellers Get Your Advanced Reading Here. All you have to do is click on the contact for each publisher and tell them you would like to receive an advance reading copy.

 

 

 

CHILDREN’S

ALL RIGHTS RESERVED

By Gregory Scott Katsoulis (Cambridge, MA)

In a world where every word and gesture is copyrighted, patented or trademarked, one girl elects to stay silent. Her defiance threatens the fabric of society itself. Thrilling YA fiction—and a captivating examination of free speech, the cycle of poverty and the power of silent protest—from Cambridge-based debut author Gregory Scott Katsoulis.

Harlequin TEEN

9780373212446    Hardcover             $18.99

Publication Date: August 29, 2017

Contact: Siena Koncsol, Siena.Koncsol@harpercollins.com

 

FICTION

COPYCAT

By Alex Lake (Brunswick, ME)

Set over the course of a summer in the coastal town of Alden, Maine, Lisa Duffy’s heartbreaking yet hopeful debut novel traces the lives of a young family trying to move on in the aftermath of tragedy. Told in alternating perspectives and illuminating the intersections of love, grief, and hope, The Salt House is an unforgettable novel that ultimately proves the resilience of the human spirit.

Touchstone/Simon & Schuster

9781501156557          Trade paperback                  $16.00

Publication Date: June 13, 2107

Contact: sydney.morris@simonandschuster.com

 

THE NAMES OF DEAD GIRLS


By Eric Rickstad
 (VT)

In the highly anticipated sequel to The Silent Girls, bestselling author Eric Rickstad delivers a bone-chilling, nightmare-inducing thriller as detectives Frank Wrath and Sonja Test track a depraved serial killer through the eerie landscape of rural Vermont. Every murder tells a story … but some stories never end.

HarperCollins Publishers/William Morrow

9780062672803
      Trade Paperback Original   
   $13.99

On-Sale Date: September 12, 2017

Contact Name: Shawn Nicholls, Shawn.Nicholls@harpercollins.com

 

SEE WHAT I HAVE DONE

By Sarah Schmidt

In this riveting debut novel Sarah Schmidt recasts one of the most fascinating murder cases of all time, the brutal ax-murder of Andrew and Abby Borden in their home in Fall River, Massachusetts, into an intimate story of a volatile household and a family devoid of love.

Grove Atlantic, Atlantic Monthly Press

9780802126597             Hardcover          $26.00

Publication Date: August 1, 2017

Contact: Becca Putman, bputman@groveatlantic.com

 

 

MYSTERY

BURGUNDY: Twisted Roots

By Janet Hubbard (VT)

“Burgundy, Twisted Roots is an intriguing and multi-layered novel about love, wine and intrigue, steeped in a deep knowledge of the seductive French lifestyle, from wild boar hunts to wine harvest feasts, with side servings of skullduggery and inheritance laws.” – Martin Walker.

Poisoned Pen Press

9781464205590    Paperback    $15.95

Publication Date: September 5, 2017

Contact: Suzan Baroni, Poisoned Pen Press, suzan@poisonedpenpress.com

 

 

NON – FICTION

ENDING AGEISM, OR HOW NOT TO SHOOT OLD PEOPLE

By Margaret Morganroth Gullette (Newton MA)

An award-winning writer and cultural critic raises urgent legal, economic, educational, esthetic, and ethical issues to show why anti-ageism should be the next social movement of our time.   
“Stirring new book… pioneering writer.” –The Guardian  
“Gullette exhorts us to reclaim public space and defiantly shows us how. Wonderful!” –Anne Karpf, author, How to Age


Rutgers University Press

9780813589282             Paperback             $24.95

Publication Date: August 2017

Contact: Jeremy Grainger, jeremy.grainger@rutgers.edu