We are happy to share trade reviews for titles across all of our imprints this week. Click "Read more" below to learn more about each title and author.
Shelf Awareness reviewed A Murder Unmentioned by Sulari Gentill
After setting out to study astrophysics, graduating in law and then abandoning her legal career to write books, Sulari Gentill now grows French black truffles on her farm in the foothills of the Snowy Mountains of NSW. Sulari is author of The Rowland Sinclair Mystery series, historical crime fiction novels (eight in total) set in the 1930s. Sulari's A Decline in Prophets (the second book in the series) was the winner of the Davitt Award for Best Adult Crime Fiction 2012. She was also shortlisted for Best First Book (A Few Right Thinking Men) for the Commonwealth Writers' Prize 2011. Paving the New Road was shortlisted for another Davitt in 2013.
Booklist reviewed The Book Woman of Troublesome Creek by Kim Michele Richardson
Kim Michele Richardson was born in Kentucky and resides part-time in Western North Carolina. Her work includes Liar’s Bench, GodPretty in the Tobacco Field and The Sisters of Glass Ferry. The Book Woman of Troublesome Creek is her fourth novel.
Kirkus Reviews reviewed Why a Daughter Needs a Mom by Gregory R. Lang, pictures by Sydney Hanson
GREGORY E. LANG is the New York Times bestselling author of more than 20 books, including Why a Daughter Needs a Dad, Why a Daughter Needs a Mom, Why a Son Needs a Dad, Why a Son Needs a Mom, and Why I Love You. He lives in Georgia.
Kirkus Reviews reviewed Unicorn Day by Diana Murray, illus. by Luke Flowers
Diana Murray writes stories and poems for children. She is the author of Grimelda, The Very Messy Witch, Ned the Knitting Pirate, City Shapes, and other picture books. Her poems have appeared in magazines, including Highlights for Children. She grew up in New York City and still lives nearby with her firefighter husband.
LUKE FLOWERS is an illuminator of the imagination that spends his days (and most nights) in his cozy creative cave illustrating and writing children’s books. He lives in Colorado Springs, Colorado and you can find him online at lukeflowerscreative.com
Shelf Awareness reviewed She/He/They/Me by Robyn Ryle
Dr. Robyn Ryle is an author, speaker, and Professor of Sociology and Gender Studies at Hanover College, IN. She has written for Gawker, Little Fiction/Big Truths, and CALYX Journal.
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