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  • The Ruin

    The Ruin

    Dervla McTiernan

    This unsettling small-town noir draws us deep into the dark heart of Ireland, where corruption, desperation, and crime run rife.

  • Founding Martyr

    Founding Martyr

    Christian Di Spigna

    This new biography of Dr. Joseph Warren, an architect of the colonial rebellion, is a loving work of historical excavation, the product of two decades of research and scores of newly unearthed primary-source documents.

  • Last Looks

    Last Looks

    Howard Michael Gould

    Charlie Waldo, a onetime LAPD superstar, now lives in solitude deep in the woods. When Waldo’s old flame draws him toward a case, Waldo must navigate complicated webs of ego and deceit as he reenters civilization again.

  • The Sapphire Widow

    The Sapphire Widow

    Dinah Jefferies

    In Ceylon in the 1930s, Louisa is left alone after husband dies suddenly. Revisiting the plantation at Cinnamon Hills, she finds herself unexpectedly drawn towards the owner, Leo, a rugged outdoors man with a checkered past.

  • Boom Town

    Boom Town

    Sam Anderson

    Boom Town combines American history, sports reporting and urban studies to tell the strange but compelling story of Oklahoma city whose unique mix of geography and history make it a fascinating microcosm of the democratic experiment.

  • Ravencry

    Ravencry

    Ed McDonald

    In the second book in the Raven's Mark series, a bounty hunter finds himself in the midst of new and darker forces that are rising against the republic.

  • Red, White, Blue

    Red, White, Blue

    Lea Carpenter

    Smart, fast-moving, and suspenseful, Red, White, Blue plunges us into the inner workings of the CIA, a China Ops gone wrong, and the consequences of a collision between one’s personal ties and the most exacting professional commitment.

  • Darius the Great Is Not Okay

    Darius the Great Is Not Okay

    Adib Khorram

    Adib Khorram’s brilliant debut follows Darius Kellner on his first trip to Iran to visit relatives, a trip that will change his life.

  • Harbor Me

    Harbor Me

    Jacqueline Woodson

    When six kids begin having a weekly chat by themselves, they are able to express the feelings and fears they have to hide from the rest of the world.

  • Seafire

    Seafire

    Natalie C. Parker

    Caledonia Styx is left to chart her own course on the dangerous and deadly seas. Pairing gorgeous prose with pulse-pounding action, Seafire reminds us of the importance of sisterhood and unity in the face of oppression and tyranny.

  • The Impostor

    The Impostor

    Javier Cercas

    With both profound compassion and honesty, Javier Cercas takes the reader on a journey not only into Enric Marco's lie of being a Holocaust survivor, but also, our opposing needs for fantasy and reality, and our appetite for affection.

  • The Proposal

    The Proposal

    Jasmine Guillory

    Nik knows that in the wilds of LA, a handsome doctor like Carlos can’t be looking for anything serious, so she embarks on an epic rebound with him after a devastating breakup. But soon their glorified hookups start breaking the rules…

  • The Exes' Revenge

    The Exes' Revenge

    Jo Jakeman

    As Imogen tries to protect her son from her abusive husband, she wasn’t expecting both her husband's ex-wife and new girlfriend to get tangled up in her plans. These three women team up to seek revenge on the man who has wronged them all.

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  • Good Luck with That

    Good Luck with That

    Kristan Higgins

    A novel of compassion and insight, Good Luck with That tells the story of two women who learn to embrace themselves just the way they are.

  • Vox

    Vox

    Christina Dalcher

    When the government decrees that women are no longer allowed more than 100 words daily, one woman will do anything to protect herself and her daughter.

  • The Game of Hope

    The Game of Hope

    Sandra Gulland

    Set in Paris 1798 and inspired by Hortense de Beauharnais' real-life autobiography, The Game of Hope is a story of a girl destined to play a role she didn’t want during the French Revolution.

  • I Will Be Complete

    I Will Be Complete

    Glen David Gold

    Glen David Gold grew up with his mother, among con men and get-rich schemes. Gold’s story ultimately speaks to everyone who has struggled with the complexity of parental bonds.

  • Buried in Books

    Buried in Books

    Kate Carlisle

    When her friend is found murdered and one of her books is a forgery, Brooklyn Wainwright and her fiancé must catch the culprit before their wedding day.

  • Lady Be Good

    Lady Be Good

    Amber Brock

    Kitty Tessler, a socialite, wakes up to the world beyond her privileged corner of Manhattan when she meets Max. Set in the 1950s in New York, Miami, and Havana, Kitty must consider her choices and her future.

  • The Intermission

    The Intermission

    Elyssa Friedland

    Cass and Jonathan go on an "intermission," a six-month separation to see if this life is the one they want. Told from alternating perspectives, this incisive novel pulls back the curtain on a seemingly-happy marriage.

  • Four Funerals and Maybe a Wedding

    Four Funerals and Maybe a Wedding

    Rhys Bowen

    Set in an English estate, this next book in the Royal Spyness series covers the days leading up to Lady Georgiana's wedding, when something rotten is afoot.

  • Empire of Silence

    Empire of Silence

    Christopher Ruocchio

    In this epic fantasy, Hadrian Marlowe finds himself stranded on a strange, backwater world. He will have to fight a war he did not start for an Empire he does not love.

  • Scandal Above Stairs

    Scandal Above Stairs

    Jennifer Ashley

    When a priceless artwork goes missing followed by a murder in Victorian London, Kat Holloway must use all of her wits to see that the thieves are caught and justice is done.

  • Black Chamber

    Black Chamber

    S. M. Stirling

    In this thriller set during an alternate history before WWI, Teddy Roosevelt must turn to a deadly spy to get information on a German agent code.

  • Safe Houses

    Safe Houses

    Dan Fesperman

    Set against the secrecy and surveillance of the Cold War, Safe Houses is both a spy thriller and a murder mystery about an overheard conversation that leads to an inexplicable multiple murder in a small town.

  • The Darker the Night, the Brighter the Stars

    The Darker the Night, the Brighter the Stars

    Paul Broks

    Paul Broks weaves together imaginative stories of everything from artificial intelligence to the Greek philosophers in order to sketch a beautiful, inimitable view of humanness that is as heartbreaking at it is affirming.

  • The Billionaire Raj

    The Billionaire Raj

    James Crabtree

    The Billionaire Raj is a deeply reported and vividly written account of India's new billionaire class, dramatizing the clashes between profiteers and reformers.

  • The Banker's Wife

    The Banker's Wife

    Cristina Alger

    The Banker's Wife is both a high-stakes thriller and an inside look at the personal lives in the intriguing world of finance, introducing Cristina Alger as a powerful new voice in the genre.

  • Eagle & Crane

    Eagle & Crane

    Suzanne Rindell

    In California during the U.S. internment of Japanese citizens, a plane crashes with two charred bodies, and an investigation exposes the ugly truths and secrets of a family.

  • The Price You Pay

    The Price You Pay

    Aidan Truhen

    When Jack Price realizes he is being targeted by the Seven Demons, an underground assassination squad, he fakes a getaway and begins scouting the Demons. This hilariously irreverent antihero intends to take them out one by one...

  • Clock Dance

    Clock Dance

    Anne Tyler

    Willa Drake impulsively flies across the country to look after a young woman she's never met. A bewitching novel of hope, self-discovery, and second chances, Clock Dance gives us Anne Tyler at the height of her powers.

  • Orchid and the Wasp

    Orchid and the Wasp

    Caoilinn Hughes

    Written in heart-stoppingly vivid prose, Orchid & the Wasp examines how we inevitably fail our families despite our best intentions, and how our lives can turn us into people we would never have imagined.

  • The Occasional Virgin

    The Occasional Virgin

    Hanan al-Shaykh

    Set in the Italian Riviera, The Occasional Virgin follow the tumultuous lives of two complicated, deeply engaging women torn between the worlds they were born into and the worlds they've created for themselves.

  • The Last Time I Lied

    The Last Time I Lied

    Riley Sager

    A young woman finds herself sorting through lies from the past to find out what happened at her childhood summer camp years ago. The closer she gets to the truth, the more she realizes that closure could come at a deadly price.

  • Give People Money

    Give People Money

    Annie Lowrey

    Economics writer Annie Lowrey travels to Korea, Kenya, Finland, and many other places to reveal the promises and challenges of universal basic income. 

  • The Girl in the Green Silk Gown

    The Girl in the Green Silk Gown

    Seanan McGuire

    In the second book in the Ghost Roads series, hitchhiking ghost Rose Marshall runs from the lands of the living to the lands of the dead, trying to find a way safely home...and safely back to her grave.

  • OK, Mr. Field

    OK, Mr. Field

    Katharine Kilalea

    OK, Mr. Field is a strange and beguiling novel that dwells in the unbridgeable distance between two people.

  • Only to Sleep

    Only to Sleep

    Lawrence Osborne

    Set between the border and badlands of Mexico and California, Lawrence Osborne's resurrection of the iconic Marlowe is an unforgettable addition to the Raymond Chandler canon.

  • The Story of a Marriage

    The Story of a Marriage

    Geir Gulliksen

    The Story of a Marriage cracks wide open the familiar story of a failed love, revealing a bitter hollowness and ringing new meanings.

  • The Boy at the Door

    The Boy at the Door

    Alex Dahl

    When someone forgets to pick up their little boy at the local pool, Cecilia Wilborg agrees to take him home, only to find an abandoned, empty house. It's the first step in the unraveling of her meticulously crafted life.

  • I Am Still Alive

    I Am Still Alive

    Kate Alice Marshall

    When Jess is stranded in the woods she must fight with everything she has to survive because she wants revenge on the people and circumstances that have brought her here.

  • The Quiet Side of Passion

    The Quiet Side of Passion

    Alexander McCall Smith

    As Isabel navigates a delicate paternity case, she is also dealing with her niece's rebellious side. Isabel considers herself open-minded, but she must use her kindness and keen intelligence to determine the right course of action.

  • Our House

    Our House

    Louise Candlish

    When Fiona Lawson comes home to find strangers moving into her house, Fiona will discover just how many lies her husband was weaving and how little they truly knew each other.

  • The Cats Came Back

    The Cats Came Back

    Sofie Kelly

    A small town librarian gets mixed up in a murder, and as accusations abound and suspicions swirl, she and her two cats will put their abilities--both mundane and magical--to the test.

  • Intercepted

    Intercepted

    Alexa Martin

    Marlee Harper vows to never date an athlete again. However, when the new hotshot quarterback and a past fling has Marlee in his sights, it will take a Hail Mary for their relationship to survive the season.

  • The Disappearing

    The Disappearing

    Lori Roy

    Powerful and heart-pounding, The Disappearing questions the endurance of family bonds and the dangers of dark rumors and small town gossip.

  • Bad

    Bad

    ChloƩ Esposito

    Alvie Knightly steals her sister's life and flees the police. After her boyfriend vanishes with her stolen riches, she pursues the traitor to Rome in a life-or-death game of cat and mouse.

  • Ghosted

    Ghosted

    Rosie Walsh

    After falling in love with each other, Eddie never calls Sarah again. Sarah soon discovers the reason for Eddie’s disappearance, and it’s the one thing they didn't share with each other: the truth.

  • A Double Life

    A Double Life

    Flynn Berry

    Nearly thirty years ago, a brutal crime was committed in Claire's family home and her father disappeared. When the police tell Claire they’ve found her father, she learns how far she’ll go to finally find the truth.

  • Horse

    Horse

    Talley English

    Horse is a piercing story about how families hold together and fall apart, loss and grief, friendship, the blunt cruelty of chance, and forgiveness.

  • Immigrant, Montana

    Immigrant, Montana

    Amitava Kumar

    AK describes the joys and disappointments of his immigrant experience in New York, the unfamiliar political and social textures of campus life, and the very different natures of the women he loved.

  • So Much Life Left Over

    So Much Life Left Over

    Louis de Bernieres

    This novel follows old friends over the decades after World War I as their paths re-cross or their ties fray, as they test loyalties and love, face survivor’s grief and guilt, and adjust in profound and quotidian ways to the modern world.

  • Stars Uncharted

    Stars Uncharted

    S. K. Dunstall

    Together a mismatched crew will end up on one ship, hurtling through the lawless reaches of deep space. Trailed by nefarious company men, they will race to find the most famous lost world of all.

  • A Dark and Twisting Path

    A Dark and Twisting Path

    Julia Buckley

    When a dead body is discovered, Lena and Camilla work on a suspect list, but a threatening note and a violent intrusion prove that the devious killer has something in mind for them.

  • The Line That Held Us

    The Line That Held Us

    David Joy

    The Line That Held Us is a story of friendship and family, a tale balanced between destruction and redemption, where the only hope is to hold on tight, clenching to those you love.

  • Becoming Belle

    Becoming Belle

    Nuala O'Connor

    Becoming Belle is the story Belle’s rapid ascent into the Irish aristocracy, and the people that tried to tear her down. Set against an absorbing portrait of Victorian London, hers is a timeless rags-to-riches story.

  • The Masterpiece

    The Masterpiece

    Fiona Davis

    Virginia embarks on a quest to find the artist of the unsigned masterpiece in Grand Central Terminal, drawing her deep into the mystery of Clara Darden, the famed 1920s illustrator who disappeared from history in 1931.

  • The Washington Decree

    The Washington Decree

    Jussi Adler-Olsen

    After the first lady is shot on election night, the president becomes a changed man, turning the country into chaos. His former friends find themselves fighting for themselves, their rights, and their country.

  • Where the Crawdads Sing

    Where the Crawdads Sing

    Delia Owens

    Where the Crawdads Sing is at once an exquisite ode to the natural world, a heartbreaking coming-of-age story, and a surprising tale of possible murder.

  • The Drama Teacher

    The Drama Teacher

    Koren Zailckas

    When life begins to spin out of her control, Gracie feels she has no choice but to return to the creatively illegal and high-stakes lifestyle of her past. However, questions about the truth of Grace's past are raised.

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  • A Dark and Twisting Path

    A Dark and Twisting Path

    Julia Buckley

    When a dead body is discovered, Lena and Camilla work on a suspect list, but a threatening note and a violent intrusion prove that the devious killer has something in mind for them.

  • Immigrant, Montana

    Immigrant, Montana

    Amitava Kumar

    AK describes the joys and disappointments of his immigrant experience in New York, the unfamiliar political and social textures of campus life, and the very different natures of the women he loved.

  • Becoming Belle

    Becoming Belle

    Nuala O'Connor

    Becoming Belle is the story Belle’s rapid ascent into the Irish aristocracy, and the people that tried to tear her down. Set against an absorbing portrait of Victorian London, hers is a timeless rags-to-riches story.

  • Horse

    Horse

    Talley English

    Horse is a piercing story about how families hold together and fall apart, loss and grief, friendship, the blunt cruelty of chance, and forgiveness.

  • King Con

    King Con

    Paul Willetts

    In the fall of 1917, Edgar Laplante reinvented himself as Chief White Elk: war hero, Cherokee nation leader, and a total fraud. Paul Willetts brings this previously untold story to life in all its surprising absurdity.

  • So Much Life Left Over

    So Much Life Left Over

    Louis de Bernieres

    This novel follows old friends over the decades after World War I as their paths re-cross or their ties fray, as they test loyalties and love, face survivor’s grief and guilt, and adjust in profound and quotidian ways to the modern world.

  • The Drama Teacher

    The Drama Teacher

    Koren Zailckas

    When life begins to spin out of her control, Gracie feels she has no choice but to return to the creatively illegal and high-stakes lifestyle of her past. However, questions about the truth of Grace's past are raised.

  • The Masterpiece

    The Masterpiece

    Fiona Davis

    Virginia embarks on a quest to find the artist of the unsigned masterpiece in Grand Central Terminal, drawing her deep into the mystery of Clara Darden, the famed 1920s illustrator who disappeared from history in 1931.

  • The Washington Decree

    The Washington Decree

    Jussi Adler-Olsen

    After the first lady is shot on election night, the president becomes a changed man, turning the country into chaos. His former friends find themselves fighting for themselves, their rights, and their country.

  • Ticker

    Ticker

    Mimi Swartz

    Ticker provides a riveting history of the pioneers who gave their all to the courageous process of cutting into the only organ humans cannot live without, in their quest to develop an artificial heart.

  • Stars Uncharted

    Stars Uncharted

    S. K. Dunstall

    Together a mismatched crew will end up on one ship, hurtling through the lawless reaches of deep space. Trailed by nefarious company men, they will race to find the most famous lost world of all.

  • The Line That Held Us

    The Line That Held Us

    David Joy

    The Line That Held Us is a story of friendship and family, a tale balanced between destruction and redemption, where the only hope is to hold on tight, clenching to those you love.

  • Where the Crawdads Sing

    Where the Crawdads Sing

    Delia Owens

    Where the Crawdads Sing is at once an exquisite ode to the natural world, a heartbreaking coming-of-age story, and a surprising tale of possible murder.

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