When a young woman appears to split into four different versions of herself, protagonist and behavioral psychologist Garrett Adams must decide what is vision, what is science, and what is delusion.
Catalog Tag: Kaylie Jones Books
The much-anticipated sequel to Barbara J. Taylor’s best-selling debut novel, Sing in the Morning, Cry at Night.
A foster child must confront a killer in this tale of horror and human depravity.
City Mouse is an irresistible debut that examines what it means to find your place, revealing unspoken truths about motherhood, friendship, and the thorny pursuit to have it all.
A doorman at a posh apartment building gets lost in the mean New York City streets, battling his demons as he searches for life’s higher meaning.
A classic murder mystery set in the 1930s Dust Bowl that portrays the era with great beauty, tenderness, and sorrowful authenticity.
There’s a killer on the loose in Mission County, Pennsylvania . . . whose next victim might be the prosecuting attorney.
A young female pilot brashly defies gender restrictions in the Roaring Twenties.
Fifteen-year-old Quinn faces an impossible decision in this quest of sisterhood and self-sacrifice.
Two Catholic priests fall in love amid deadly conflicts in the Amazon between the Colombian government, insurgent groups, and drug cartels.
In this evocative debut, the accidental murder of an eight-year-old forces a working-class community to face its demons.
An anti–romantic comedy about the misadventures of four women who meet on a singles’ bike trip.
A gripping portrait of a rural Indiana town still reeling from the unsolved 1980s murder of a gay teen.
A stirring story of criminality, drug addiction, recovery, and unlikely fame.
Book II in The Primal Age Chronicles will leave you questioning everything you know about surviving in the modern world.
During the summer of the drought, a boy must decide if his neighbor’s ark is lunacy or a lifeline.
A vibrant and provocative debut novel that dispels myths surrounding transracial adoption.
Fifteen-year-old Ian Daly’s moral universe is turned upside down when, at his father’s funeral, he discovers that his father had two secret families.