Bridge Works is a 21-year-old independent publisher that has discovered and first published such successful authors as Tom Perrotta (whose subsequent Election and later Little Children were made into hit feature films); Alan Isler (whose The Prince of West End Avenue won the National Jewish Book Award and was runner-up for the National Book Critics Circle’s fiction award); Lorna Landvik; and Claire Cook (whose subsequent Must Love dogs was made into a feature film). Bridge Works title, in addition to the above Alan Isler recognition, have won Canada’s Arthur Ellis Award for best mystery; have been finalists for the Barnes & Noble annual discover Great New Writers Award and ForeWord Magazine’s Book of the Year Award; and have been among The New York Times Notable Books of the Year.
Bridge Works’ books are distributed nationally by National Book Netword to wholesales, retail chains, independent booksellers, and other outlets. Bridge Works’ book, including Island of the White Rose, are published simultaneously as e-books and are available through Amazon, Barnes and Noble, and other e-book retailers.
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