G.P. Putnam's Sons

The Two Mrs. Carlyles

By Suzanne Rindell - Published 2020



In the wake of the infamous San Francisco earthquake, Violet, an orphan, and her best friends are trying to find a way for ...Read Review

A Tender Thing

By Emily Neuberger - Published 2020


In small-town Wisconsin, Eleanor O’Hanlon eats, sleeps and breathes musicals, so when she sees an advertisement for an open call in New ...Read Review

The Deep

By Alma Katsu - Published 2020


Historical FantasyThriller

In Alma Katsu’s follow-up to The Hunger (2018), history and the supernatural collide when a young stewardess steps aboard the Titanic only to ...Read Review

Lost Autumn / The True Story of Maddie Bright

By Mary-Rose MacColl - Published 2020-03-03


In 1920, following WWI, Edward, Prince of Wales, tours Australia. Maddie, Rupert, and Helen are part of his personal staff. Seventeen-year-old Maddie Bright is ...Read Review

The Land Beyond the Sea

By Sharon Kay Penman - Published 2020



Those of us who are hardcore Penman fans have been breathlessly awaiting the release of this sizable tome. True to form, Penman again ...Read Review

The Devil in Paradise: Captain Putnam in Hawaii (A Bliven Putnam Naval Adventure)

By James L. Haley - Published 2019



In 1817, American naval officer Bliven Putnam is now captain of his own ship of war, the sloop Rappahannock, on duty hunting slavers in ...Read Review

The Titanic Secret (An Isaac Bell Adventure)

By Clive Cussler - By Jack Du Brul - Published 2019



Though this Cussler story begins with Dirk Pitt—of the National Underwater and Marine Agency—in the present, this is really an Isaac ...Read Review

The Bookshop of the Broken Hearted

By Robert Hillman - Published 2019


Tom Hope has few connections in his life; he’s known in his rural Australian town for his skills in fixing machines and ...Read Review

Robert B. Parker’s Buckskin (A Cole and Hitch Novel)

By Robert Knott - Published 2019



Near the turn of the 20th century, U.S. Marshals Virgil Cole and Everett Hitch are the law in Appaloosa, located west of ...Read Review

The Orphan’s Song

By Lauren Kate - Published 2019


Venice in 1734 is a skilled singer’s wonderland. Operas, theaters, parties large and small; all cry out for musicians, and the best are ...Read Review