When Harleen Quinzel scores an internship in a psych lab at Gotham University, she's more than ecstatic; she's desperate to make a Big Scientific Discovery that will land her a full-ride college scholarship and get her away from her abusive father. But...
The Guardian’s “The Best Science Fiction and Fantasy of the Year”
SyFy Wire’s “10 Best Sci-Fi & Fantasy Books of the Year”
Victorian missionaries travel into the heart of the newly discovered lands of the Fae, in a stunningly original fantasy that mixes Crimson Peak with Jonathan Strange...
Scandal rocks Depression Era New York while a Mayor's aide pursues her dark past in a mystery full of "colorful characters and rich historical flavor" (Publishers Weekly).
November, 1936. Lane Sanders breaks away from her busy job at City Hall to confront childhood nightmares still lingering in Rochester, Michigan. An unknown assailant left Lane with scattered memories after viciously murdering her parents. But
A young Mayor's assistant gets caught between Tammany Hall gangsters and her childhood nightmares in this mystery set in Depression Era New York.
New York City, 1936.It's been six months since Lane Sanders was appointed Mayor Fiorello "Fio" La Guardia's new personal aide, and the twenty-three-year-old is sprinting in her Mary Janes to keep up. Managing endless revitalization efforts while combating the Tammany Hall
Lane Sanders and her fiery boss, Mayor Fiorello "Fio" La Guardia have managed to contain the explosive underground conspiracies of New York's most sinister schemers. But after a seemingly harmless pinball racket claims the life of a trusted ally, a new ringleader signals the rebirth...
And a K-9 and determined detective on the case.
In a hurricane's aftermath, Detective Erin Jeffries is stunned when she and her search-and-rescue K-9, Alcee, uncover a collapsed building's only survivor—her long-ago ex, Cody Elbourne. And it's quickly clear that the disaster was no accident. Now only Cody can identify the man who set the explosives that killed his grandfather...and...