Originally from California, Sarah has been writing and editing professionally since moving to New York after college. You can often find her obsessing over anything old and classic—especially when the cover requires some dusting off. Her favorite books include the entire Harry Potter series, Northanger Abbey by Jane Austen, and A Separate Peace by John Knowles.
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Fractured Truth is the latest installment in the popular Bone Gap Travellers series.
Sarah Meuleman’s debut novel, Find Me Gone, jumps between 1996 and 2014 to paint a devastating portrait of a woman confronted by her past.
Stuart Turton's debut novel puts readers at the center of a murder mystery...with a twist.
From amateur sleuths to small-town sheriffs, these fierce females are on the case.
James Grady’s 1974 novel, Six Days of the Condor, gets a modern twist.
Lawrence Kelter's new book based on the movie adds to the film we know and love.
With the 10th book in the series, The Dark Angel, just released, it's time to catch up with the crime-solving archaeologist who has been captivating audiences for almost a decade.
D.J. Donaldson’s detective mystery Cajun Nights dives into a string of gritty murder-suicides.
Teenager Keith Moore was the last person to see Amy Giordano before she went missing in this Edgar Award-nominated thriller from Thomas H. Cook.
When two Norwegian operatives are murdered in the Soviet wilderness, those closest to them must discover what went wrong.
After muggers attack Paul Benjamin’s wife and daughter, the New York City CPA decides to get even in Brian Garfield's "Death Wish."
Best known for her Albert Campion series, Margery Allingham was a contemporary of Agatha Christie – and is well worth investigating.