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  • American Murder Houses

    American Murder Houses

    Steve Lehto

    In the tradition of Peter Vronsky's Serial Killer books, comes a collection of the horrifying true stories behind the most infamous murder houses in America.

  • Crash & Burn

    Crash & Burn

    Lisa Gardner

    A new stand-alone thriller from New York Times bestselling author Lisa Gardner that reunites readers with a fan-favorite character.

  • Twelve Days

    Twelve Days

    Alex Berenson

    In another installment of a "ripped from the headlines adventure" (NPR Books), #1 New York Times bestselling author Alex Berenson reunites us with John Wells for a thrill ride of a mission pitting him against terrorism and time.

  • The Alphabet House

    The Alphabet House

    Jussi Adler-Olsen

    Millions of fans around the world—and in this country—know Jussi Adler-Olsen for his award-winning Department Q series. His first stand-alone, The Alphabet House, is the perfect introduction for those who have yet to discover his work.

  • Double Vision

    Double Vision

    Colby Marshall

    An edge-of-your-seat psychological thriller featuring forensic psychiatrist Dr. Jenna Ramey, who uses her unique condition of grapheme-color synesthesia to profile and catch dangerous criminals for the FBI.

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  • Crash & Burn

    Crash & Burn

    Lisa Gardner

    A new stand-alone thriller from New York Times bestselling author Lisa Gardner that reunites readers with a fan-favorite character.

  • The Alphabet House

    The Alphabet House

    Jussi Adler-Olsen

    Millions of fans around the world—and in this country—know Jussi Adler-Olsen for his award-winning Department Q series. His first stand-alone, The Alphabet House, is the perfect introduction for those who have yet to discover his work.

  • American Murder Houses

    American Murder Houses

    Steve Lehto

    In the tradition of Peter Vronsky's Serial Killer books, comes a collection of the horrifying true stories behind the most infamous murder houses in America.

  • Twelve Days

    Twelve Days

    Alex Berenson

    In another installment of a "ripped from the headlines adventure" (NPR Books), #1 New York Times bestselling author Alex Berenson reunites us with John Wells for a thrill ride of a mission pitting him against terrorism and time.

  • Double Vision

    Double Vision

    Colby Marshall

    An edge-of-your-seat psychological thriller featuring forensic psychiatrist Dr. Jenna Ramey, who uses her unique condition of grapheme-color synesthesia to profile and catch dangerous criminals for the FBI.

  • Breaking Creed

    Breaking Creed

    Alex Kava

    A thrilling new series introducing a ex-marine turned K9 search-and-rescue dog trainer paired with fan-favorite Maggie O'Dell who together seek to stop a ruthless drug cartel.  

  • How to be a Husband

    How to be a Husband

    Tim Dowling

    A riotously funny book about how to be a good husband—not like he would know—by Tim Dowling, star columnist for The Guardian; think Father Knows Best meets Modern Family.

  • The Knife

    The Knife

    Ross Ritchell

    A powerful, dark and morally provocative debut novel about a US Special Forces unit operating in the Middle East, written by a former soldier; No Easy Day meets Redeployment.

  • My Sunshine Away

    My Sunshine Away

    M.O. Walsh

    The debut of a major literary talent à la Jeff Eugenides’ The Virgin Suicides or Rick Moody’s The Ice Storm comes M.O. Walsh’s My Sunshine Away—a novel about family, memory, and forgiveness.

  • Vitamania

    Vitamania

    Catherine Price

    For the countless individuals seeking to do right by their health, and turning to vitamins as a sure sign for well-being, Vitamania will be an eye-opening and indispensable look deep into the continuing crisis in American nutrition. 

  • Funny Girl

    Funny Girl

    Nick Hornby

    Set in 1960's London, Funny Girl is a lively account of the adventures of the intrepid young Sophie Straw as she navigates her transformation from provincial ingénue to television starlet amid a constellation of delightful characters. 

  • Dorothy Parker Drank Here

    Dorothy Parker Drank Here

    Ellen Meister

    The acid-tongued Dorothy Parker is back and once again haunting the halls of the Algonquin with her piercing wit and unexpectedly tender wisdom.

  • The Tutor

    The Tutor

    Andrea Chapin

    Inventive and absorbing, The Tutor is a masterful work of historical fiction, casting William Shakespeare in a light we’ve never seen. 

  • I Am Radar

    I Am Radar

    Reif Larsen

    A kaleidoscopic novel that traverses the worst wars of the twentieth century to reveal the transformative power of art and the resilience of the human heart.

  • Kalahari

    Kalahari

    Jessica Khoury

    A life-or-death stakes safari adventure from the acclaimed author of Origin and Vitro, which thoughtfully examines the unintended consequences of scientific experimentation.

  • How to Grow Up

    How to Grow Up

    Michelle Tea

    Darkly comic and affecting, HOW TO GROW UP is a punk rock memoir-in-essays about growing up without selling out, from a writer whose previous works have been called "raucous...[and] unapologetically raw." (New York Times)

  • Rodin's Lover

    Rodin's Lover

    Heather Webb

    In Belle Epoque Paris, Camille Claude--student, lover, and artistic collaborator to the leader of modern sculpture Auguste Rodin--determines to succeed at a time when a woman's artistic desires are caught between duty and freedom.

  • Dove Arising

    Dove Arising

    Karen Bao

    Suspenseful, intelligent, and hauntingly prescient, Dove Arising stands on the shoulders of our greatest tales of the future to tell a story that is all too relevant today.

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  • The Girl on the Train

    The Girl on the Train

    Paula Hawkins

    A debut psychological thriller that will forever change the way you look at other people’s lives. Compulsively readable, The Girl on the Train is an emotionally immersive, Hitchcockian thriller and an electrifying debut.

  • How to Grow Up

    How to Grow Up

    Michelle Tea

    Darkly comic and affecting, HOW TO GROW UP is a punk rock memoir-in-essays about growing up without selling out, from a writer whose previous works have been called "raucous...[and] unapologetically raw." (New York Times)

  • Rodin's Lover

    Rodin's Lover

    Heather Webb

    In Belle Epoque Paris, Camille Claude--student, lover, and artistic collaborator to the leader of modern sculpture Auguste Rodin--determines to succeed at a time when a woman's artistic desires are caught between duty and freedom.

  • Funny Girl

    Funny Girl

    Nick Hornby

    Set in 1960's London, Funny Girl is a lively account of the adventures of the intrepid young Sophie Straw as she navigates her transformation from provincial ingénue to television starlet amid a constellation of delightful characters. 

  • How to be a Husband

    How to be a Husband

    Tim Dowling

    A riotously funny book about how to be a good husband—not like he would know—by Tim Dowling, star columnist for The Guardian; think Father Knows Best meets Modern Family.

  • The Knife

    The Knife

    Ross Ritchell

    A powerful, dark and morally provocative debut novel about a US Special Forces unit operating in the Middle East, written by a former soldier; No Easy Day meets Redeployment.

  • The Tutor

    The Tutor

    Andrea Chapin

    Inventive and absorbing, The Tutor is a masterful work of historical fiction, casting William Shakespeare in a light we’ve never seen. 

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