• A Brush with Shadows

    A Brush with Shadows

    Anna Lee Huber

    Kiera and Gage must face the ghosts of Gage’s past, discover the truth behind the local superstitions, and see beyond the tricks being played by their very own eyes.

  • A Tokyo Romance

    A Tokyo Romance

    Ian Buruma

    With his signature acuity, Ian Buruma brilliantly captures the historical tensions between east and west, the clash of conflicting cultures, and the dilemma of the gaijin in Japanese society, constantly free, yet always on the outside. 

  • Close to Home

    Close to Home

    Cara Hunter

    With a story that feels all too real, Close to Home is the best kind of suspense--the kind that sends chills down your spine and keeps you up late at night, thrilled and terrified.

  • Closer Than You Know

    Closer Than You Know

    Brad Parks

    Brad's new stand-alone thriller has the same unrelenting suspense, surprising plot twists, and unforgettable emotional impact as Say Nothing.

  • Gun Love

    Gun Love

    Jennifer Clement

    Gun Love is an emotional journey written in gorgeously poetic prose, for readers of classic coming-of-age tales like Bastard Out of Carolina.

  • Plum Tea Crazy

    Plum Tea Crazy

    Laura Childs

    "Tea lovers, mystery lovers, [this] is for you. Just the right blend of cozy fun and clever plotting."--Susan Wittig Albert, New York Times bestselling author

  • Tomorrow Will Be Different

    Tomorrow Will Be Different

    Sarah McBride

    Tomorrow Will Be Different is a love story and a call-to-arms that shines a light on personal stories within the trans community, and demonstrates why the fight for equality and freedom has only just begun.

  • Anatomy of a Miracle

    Anatomy of a Miracle

    Jonathan Miles

    Written as a closely observed journalistic rendering, filtered through a wide lens that encompasses the vibrant characters affected by Cameron's story, Anatomy of a Miracle is a remarkable story of the spectacular perils of grace.

  • Exhibit Alexandra

    Exhibit Alexandra

    Natasha Bell

    This story begins, seemingly, as a straightforward story by an unreliable narrator, but then takes a number of turns that will unsettle and thrill the reader to the very last page.

  • Let Me Lie

    Let Me Lie

    Clare Mackintosh

    “Another one-more-chapter, stay-up-late sensation from Clare Mackintosh. No doubt about it now—she’s a major talent.”—Lee Child

  • Nothing Left to Burn

    Nothing Left to Burn

    Heather Ezell

    With its dark suburban setting and fast-paced, riveting plot, Nothing Left to Burn is the ultimate page-turner in the vein of Big Little Lies and The Husband's Secret, but with an emotional, relatable teen voice. 

  • Gator


    Ron Guidry with Andrew Beaton

    In this compelling first-person account Ron Guidry re-creates the chemistry, feuds and madcap antics of one of the most colorful teams in baseball history.

  • Patriot Number One

    Patriot Number One

    Lauren Hilgers

    Amid a raging immigration debate on the national stage, Hilgers's deeply reported and beautifully wrought account paints a revealing portrait of just what it takes to survive.

  • The Italian Teacher

    The Italian Teacher

    Tom Rachman

    With his signature humanity and humor, Tom Rachman examines a life lived in the shadow of greatness, cementing his place among his generation's most exciting literary voices.

  • The Punishment She Deserves

    The Punishment She Deserves

    Elizabeth George

    Both a page-turner and a deeply complex story about the lies we tell, the lies we believe, and the redemption we need, this novel will be remembered as one of George's best.



  • The Policeman's Daughter

    The Policeman's Daughter

    Trudy Nan Boyce

    This is the tale of a woman who solves crimes through a combination of keen observation, grunt work, and pure gut instinct; this is the making of Detective Salt.

  • The Broken Girls

    The Broken Girls

    Simone St. James

    "Clever and wonderfully chilling. It held me hostage in a very modern ghost story until the early hours."-- Fiona Barton, New York Times bestselling author of The Widow

  • A Long Way from Home

    A Long Way from Home

    Peter Carey

    Set in the 1950s, this is a world every American will recognize: black, white, who we are, how we got here, and what we did to each other along the way. A Long Way from Home is Peter Carey's late-style masterpiece.

  • The Sea Beast Takes a Lover

    The Sea Beast Takes a Lover

    Michael Andreasen

    With a captivating new voice from an incredible author, The Sea Beast Takes a Lover uses the supernatural and extraordinary to expose us at our most human.

  • The Sandman

    The Sandman

    Lars Kepler

    Fans of police procedurals, murder mysteries, and psychological thrillers will be completely engrossed by The Sandman.



  • Surprise Me

    Surprise Me

    Sophie Kinsella

    Surprise Me reveals that hidden layers in a close relationship are often yet to be discovered.