Go as a River, by Shelly Read
A heart-wrenching coming-of-age story and a drama of enthralling power. Combining unforgettable characters and a breathtaking natural setting, it is a sweeping story of survival and becoming, of the deepest mysteries of love, truth and fate. Go as a River, is an international bestseller and is being translated into over 30 languages. Shelley is a fifth generation Coloradoan who lives with her family in the Elk Mountains of the Western Slope.
The Fox Hunt, by Mohammed al samawi
“A gripping account of terror and escape.” — New York Times Book Review. WINNER: 2019 NAUTILUS BOOK AWARDS • A 2019 NATIONAL JEWISH BOOK AWARDS FINALIST - The Fox Hunt tells one young man’s unforgettable story of his harrowing escape from Yemen's brutal civil war with the help of a daring plan engineered on social media by a small group of interfaith activists in the West.
Leopard at the Door, by Jennifer McVeigh
Set in Kenya in the 1950s against the fading backdrop of the British Empire, a story of self-discovery, betrayal, and an impossible love from the author of The Fever Tree.
The Fever Tree, by Jennifer McVeigh
The Fever Tree is a compelling portrait of colonial South Africa, but above all, it is a love story.
The Violin Conspiracy, by Brendan Slocumb
Nominee for Best Mystery & Thriller (2022), Nominee for Best Debut Novel (2022). A mystery about a Black classical musician whose family heirloom violin is stolen on the eve of the most prestigious classical music competition in the world.