Best-Of and Most Wanted

badge-nonfiction-100x128‘Tis the season for end-of-year superlatives, and ARLA’s authors are nabbing accolades all over the map. Hit the jump to see more:

THE GRANITE MOTH made Rosemary and Reading Glasses‘ best of 2016 list, as well as the Chicago Review of Books‘ list of the best new books for December.

Kirkus called A WRETCHED AND PRECARIOUS SITUATION “long, leisurely, and vastly entertaining,” and named it one of the best nonfiction books of 2016.

New York Times critic Marilyn Stasio’s list of the top 10 crime novels of 2016 featured THE LETTER WRITER.

A MATTER OF BREEDING  was named Book of the Year by Dogs Today magazine, who called it “a poignant, meticulous, and revealing social history.”

The Globe and Mail noted that Paul Doiron is “emerging as one of the new generation of American crime writers” with his latest, WIDOWMAKER.

OFF THE GRID, after rocketing to #1 on the New York Times bestseller list, made both William Wilde and the Daily Sun‘s best of 2016 lists.

And as we look forward to the new year, ARLA authors are already making a splash in 2017. Publishers Weekly chose Dennis Lehane’s SINCE WE FELL as a highlight of the Spring 2017 release slate, while Bookmunch named C.J. Box’s VICIOUS CIRCLE one of their top 50 most anticipated books of 2017.

Heartiest congratulations, and a very happy new year, to all our clients!


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