David Goodwillie’s fiction debut.

AMERICAN SUBVERSIVE is a literary thriller about a journalist-turned-blogger and a young radical whose lives become intertwined in the wake of botched terrorist bombing of a private equity firm in New York, to Paul Whitlatch at Scribner.

MARLEY & ME is a box-office blockbuster!

The major motion picture based on John Grogan’s best-selling MARLEY & ME opened on Christmas Day to become the #1 movie in America and hit the $100-million mark after just its second weekend in theaters.

Great early buzz for BEHIND THE YELLOW TAPE

Jarrett Hallcox and Amy Welch’s follow-up to BODIES WE’VE BURIED comes out from Berkley Books in January and received a great early review in Publishers Weekly: “With as much suspense as any hour-long TV mystery, this should appeal to fans of CSI, its imitators, and the old-fashioned true-crime books that paved their way.”


Kyria Abrahams’ debut book from Touchstone is a memoir about growing up a Jehovah’s Witness, and it hits bookstores in March. Kirkus raves, “Undoubtedly the cleverest lapsed Jehovah’s Witness yet, Abrahams offers a graphic, mordant, wickedly distaff take on the first two decades of her current life. It’s a confessional talking cure, melancholy as well as funny as it chronicles unharmonious family life, a short miserable marriage, foul boyfriends, booze and pervasive naïveté. As oddly engrossing as repeated slow-motion viewings of an accident in an amusement park.”