Harlem, 1926. Young black girls like Louise Lloyd are ending up dead. Louise Lloyd is doing everything she can to maintain a normal life. She's succeeding, too. She spends her days working at Maggie's Cafe and her nights at the Zodiac, Manhattan's hottest speakeasy.
The Paris Library meets The Flight Girls in this captivating historical novel about the sacrifice and courage necessary to live a life of honor, inspired by the first female volunteer librarians during World War I and the first women accepted into the U.S. Naval Academy.
In Victorian-era London, amateur sleuth and cook Kat Holloway must solve a murder to claim an inheritance she didn’t know she had in a riveting new historical mystery from the New York Times bestselling author of Death at the Crystal Palace
Puffin Plated: a brand-new classics concept bringing together two favourite pastimes - reading and eating! Deluxe, full colour, illustrated editions of classic novels accompanied by a selection of recipes by high-profile chefs.
Reveals the ten principles that guided the author's leadership. This title shows that if you think of your staff as people (not labour costs) they may achieve amazing results. It discusses the importance of building trust, telling hard truths, thinking independently, and more.
When a student disappears and is presumed dead, her professor passes off her manuscript as his own - only to find out it implicates him in an unsolved murder in this new thriller from the USA Today best-selling author of The Request.