A young interfaith chaplain is joined on her hospital rounds one night by an unusual companion: a rough-and-ready dog who may or may not be a ghost. As she tends to the souls of her patients--young and old, living last moments or navigating fundamentally altered lives--their stories provide unexpected healing for her own heartbreak.
When an earthquake strikes San Francisco, forensics expert Jessie Teska faces her biggest threat yet in this explosive new mystery from the New York Times bestselling duo
An Irish Country Welcome is a charming entry in Patrick Taylor's internationally bestselling Irish Country series.
Winner of the 2019 Miami Book Fair/de Groot Prize, The Care of Strangers is a moving story about friendship set in a gritty Brooklyn hospital, where a young woman learns to take charge of her life by taking care of others.
The sequel to the bestselling and highly acclaimed The House of God
Award-winning author of Don’t Skip Out on Me and The Motel Life, and Lean on Pete, Willy Vlautin demonstrates his extraordinary talent for confronting issues facing modern America, illuminated through the lives of three memorable characters who are looking for a way out of their financial, familial, and existential crises in The Free.
An Irish Country Cottage is a charming entry in Patrick Taylor's beloved New York Times and internationally bestselling Irish Country series.
Book 2 in the Dr. Abby Wilmore Series
Where Light Comes and Goes brings back Dr. Abby Wilmore, the young family physician who was the protagonist of Miller’s first novel, The Color of Rock. Abby has accepted the directorship of a summer clinic in Yellowstone National Park where she hopes to expand her medical skills.
Medical school is inevitably a challenge, but when you discover a family member on the Gross Anatomy dissection table, it becomes a nightmare.
"Jorge Comensal's The Mutations oscillates masterfully between comedy and tragedy, gathering up in its pages a stupendous panoply of characters before whom the reader is never sure whether to smile in sympathy or pity."—Fernando Aramburu, author of Homeland
Dr. Jacques-Pierre Dubonnet, a respected physician, has lived a tumultuous life. Growing up as an immigrant and coming of age in the 60s casted shadows which would hang over his entire adult life. One of those shadows appeared at his colleague's funeral— in the form of a bullet.
Joss and Phil's already rocky marriage is fragmented when Phil is injured in a devastating fire and diagnosed with Capgras delusion--a misidentification syndrome in which a person becomes convinced that a loved one has been replaced by an identical imposter.