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Mulholland Books at New York Comic Con: Join Us for Discounts and Giveaways!

Oct 10, 2014 in Books, Booksellers, Mulholland News

I’m thrilled to be representing Mulholland Books at this year’s New York Comic Con. Find us at the Hachette Book Group booth (#2218). We’re selling a handful of our favorite new books, and all purchases will get you a free Mulholland Books tote bag: Is that all? NO, that is emphatically not all! If you […]

Start Reading one of October’s Scariest Books: Brood by Chase Novak

Oct 07, 2014 in Books, Excerpts, Mulholland Authors

Poor Adam and Alice Twisden. Those twins have been through a lot—the death of their parents, the decimation of their childhood home. Years have passed since the events of Breed, and the twins’ aunt, Cynthia, wants to make things right, starting with the cleanup of the Twisdens’ Manhattan townhouse. Only, as you’ll read in Brood’s […]

Start Reading Confessions by Kanae Minato

Aug 20, 2014 in Books, Excerpts, Mulholland Authors

Between household chores, Kanae Minato wrote a multi-million-copy international bestseller that’s now being hailed as “the Gone Girl of Japan” (Steph Cha, Los Angeles Times) and praised as an “implacable, relentless” and “stunning” read (Tom Nolan, Wall Street Journal). CONFESSIONS is now available in bookstores and from e-tailers everywhere. Once you finish your milk, please put the […]

Don’t Miss “The Gone Girl of Japan”

Aug 19, 2014 in Books, Mulholland Authors

Kanae Minato, a former home economics teacher, wrote her debut novel, Confessions, between household chores. Now the phenomenal international bestseller is finally available in an English translation. “Think of Confessions as the Gone Girl of Japan… The most delightfully evil book you’ll read this year.” —Steph Cha, Los Angeles Times “A nasty little masterpiece . . […]

The New York Times reviews WHISKEY TANGO FOXTROT

Aug 12, 2014 in Books

David Shafer’s debut novel follows three young adults as they attempt to navigate their way through international intrigues, corporate cabals, and, well, life itself. Below please find a review from The New York Times. Maybe There’s a Whole Other Internet ‘Whiskey Tango Foxtrot’ May Be the Novel of the Summer by Dwight Garner Is it […]

Start Reading Whiskey Tango Foxtrot by David Shafer

Aug 05, 2014 in Books, Excerpts, Fiction, Uncategorized

David Shafer’s debut novel follows three young adults as they attempt to navigate their way through international intrigues, corporate cabals, and, well, life itself. Whiskey Tango Foxtrot opens with Leila Majnoun, who is working—or at least trying to work—for a nonprofit in Myanmar. Read on for an excerpt, and pick up a copy of WTF to […]

For Your eReader: Spree by Michael Morley

Jul 28, 2014 in Books, Fiction, Industry News

At Mulholland Books, we’re surrounded by great book publishers. We’ve got our parent imprint, Little Brown and Company (hi, mom/dad!). We’ve got Orbit Books downstairs (hi, Comic Con partners!). And we’ve got Grand Central Publishing down the hall. Today we’re highlighting a new eBook available tomorrow from GCP  that we think readers of Mulholland Books—including fans of […]

Introducing Marnie Logan

Mar 11, 2014 in Books, Fiction, Mulholland Authors, Mulholland News

The wait is finally over! From New York Times bestselling author Michael Robotham comes the newest book in his Joseph O’Loughlin series, Watching You. This suspense novel builds tension and raises the stakes with every page—Booklist notes in their starred review that “Robotham slowly, expertly begins tightening the screws…Revelations increase rather than release tension until the last […]

Robert Galbraith Returns with The Silkworm

Feb 18, 2014 in Books, Mulholland News

Mulholland Books is pleased to announce that The Silkworm by Robert Galbraith will be published on June 24. When novelist Owen Quine goes missing, his wife calls in private detective Cormoran Strike. At first, Mrs. Quine just thinks her husband has gone off by himself for a few days—as he has done before—and she wants […]

William Shaw Introduces She’s Leaving Home

Feb 11, 2014 in Books, Guest Posts, Mulholland Authors, Writing

There is a point on any project when you know it’s going to work. When my agent asked me, in the politest possible way, never to send him another piece of fiction again, I understood. He was trying to be kind. Stop wasting the long months it takes to write a book. To be fair […]