CE Tobisman, Proof

CE Tobisman is back with Proof, the compelling sequel to her legal thriller Doubt. In this second book of her legal series, Caroline Auden returns to solve another case that will send her through the dangerous streets of underground Los Angeles while she struggles to keep her sanity.

Kendare Blake, One Dark Throne 

Welcome back Kendare Blake! One Dark Throne, the sequel to Kendare’s New York Times bestselling Three Dark Crowns, will be released in September. Find out how these three queen sisters battle it out for sole ownership of the crown.

Phyllis Piano, Love Reconsidered

Author of Hostile Takeover: A Love Story, Phyllis Piano returns with Love Reconsidered, her newest novel about grief, guilt and all other emotions leading to forgiveness. Grab your beach towel and slather on the sunblock, you’ll want to take this one on vacay with you.

Mindy Tarquini, The Infinite Now

Author of breakout novel Hindsight, Mindy Tarquini is back with her new novel The Infinite Now. This book is set in Philadelphia during the 1918 influenza epidemic. A newly-orphaned sixteen-year-old with old world magic stops time from moving forward in order to avoid losing the last person who cares for her.

John Connolly, A Game of Ghosts

We’d like to welcome international bestseller John Connolly to our lineup. This summer he is back with a new Charlie Parker thriller and we’re… well… thrilled! Not only is he a member of our Summer Reading Challenge, but his new book, A Game of Ghosts, also makes for a great Father’s Day gift.

Hazel Gaynor, The Cottingley Secret

New York Times bestselling author of The Girl Who Came Home, Hazel Gaynor is hitting shelves in August with her newest novel, The Cottingley Secret. Going back 100 years, this novel explores the story of two young girls who claim to have photographic proof of fairies.

Danielle Paige, Stealing Snow

We can’t wait for the next big fairytale retelling coming this summer. New York Times bestseller of the Dorothy Must Die series, Danielle Paige, is becoming a Spark and you won’t want to miss her version of The Snow Queen. If you’d like to cool off with another captivating tale Stealing Snow is your new obsession!

Lori Foster, Worth the Wait

If you’re looking to heat things up this summer, look no further. Lori Foster and her book Worth the Wait are sure to spark your summer romance fire! Welcome to the crew Lori!

Danielle Wong, Swearing off Stars

Realizing her love for exploration of new and exciting countries, author Danielle Wong created Swearing off Stars. This romance novel follows Brooklyn native, Amelia Cole, as she travels to Oxford University to study abroad and soon falls for aspiring actress and dedicated activist Scarlett Daniels.

Dori Yang, The Forbidden Temptation of Baseball

We’re very excited to welcome Dori Yang, author of The Forbidden Temptation of Baseball, to Booksparks. The story follows a young boy who struggles to stay loyal to his home country while attempting to assimilate into the culture of his new home.

LB Gschwandtner, The Other New Girl

We extend an excited welcome to LB Gschwandtner! We can’t wait to escape into her novel, The Other New Girl. Set in a coed Quaker prep school, the students find themselves caught between loyalty to each other and the dean’s authority and possibly God himself.

Christine Volker, Venetian Blood

Intrigued by foreign cultures at a young age, Christine Volker brings together her time in Italy with her passion in the humanities to create Venetian Blood. Set in the seductive city of Venice this is a tale of one woman’s fight to clear her name of a murder she didn’t commit.

Susan Bishop Crispel, Dreaming in Chocolate

Author of The Secret Ingredient of Wishes, Susan Bishop Crispell, brings us a delicious, new novel, Dreaming in Chocolate. This heartwarming tale will leave you wanting more of her sweet characters and craving hot chocolate.

Patricia (Trish) Williams, While They’re Still Here

Welcome Patricia Williams to BookSparks! Patricia’s memoir While They’re Still Here explores life as her parents’ caregiver and neighbor as well as the difficulties of navigating long-buried issues that have divided her family over the years. With a good sense of humor and a whole lot of honesty, this memoir will lend you empathy for your own family’s history.

Deb Brandon, But My Brain Had Other Ideas: A Memoir of Recovery from Brain Injury

We offer a warm welcome to Deb Brandon and her memoir But My Brain Had Other Ideas. Her straightforward account of her brain injury and the countless surgeries ultimately leading to recovery will leave you inspired.

Kes Trester, A Dangerous Year

We’re so excited to welcome Kes Trester, author of A Dangerous Year, to our Spark team! Her book tells the story of seventeen-year-old Riley Collins as she fights for the security of the nation while attending one of the most elite boarding schools in Connecticut. Kes’s debut novel is set to release in September.

Grant Ginder, The People We Hate at the Wedding
We are thrilled to welcome Grant Ginder to the Spark family. His latest release, The People We Hate at the Wedding has us all hoping for a long, international flight to read this humorous take on family.

May 2, 2017

Eden by Jeanne Blasberg

A Work of Art by Micayla Lally

A Story That Matters by Gina Carroll

The Best of Adam Sharp by Graeme Simison

Arboria Park by Kate Tyler Wall

Goodnight From London by Jennifer Robson

May 16, 2017

Half-Life of Remorse by Grant Jarrett

Light Radiance Splendor by Leah Chyten

It’s Always the Husband by Michele Campbell

May 23, 2017

Last Seen by J.L. Doucette

May 30, 2017

In This Moment by Karma Brown