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Fantasy & Science Fiction
Artemis by Andy Weir
Augmenting his limited income by smuggling contraband to survive on the moon's wealthy city of Artemis, Jazz agrees to commit what seems to be a perfect, lucrative crime, only to find herself embroiled in a conspiracy for control of the city. By the best-selling author of The Martian.
Beasts of Extraordinary Circumstance by Ruth Emmie Lang
Raised by wolves after being orphaned in childhood, a man with astonishing powers is evaluated by the people who care or wonder about him, including a woman who falls in love with him after he saves her from an angry wolf. A first novel.
The City of Brass by S. A. Chakraborty
A young con artist of unsurpassed talent inadvertently summons a mysterious djinn warrior to her side during one of her cons, revealing the existence of true magic before the future of a magical Middle Eastern kingdom falls into her hands. A first novel. The City of Brass Trilogy No. 1
The Complete Sookie Stackhouse Stories by Charlaine Harris
Featuring a new introduction by the author, a definitive new collection of all previously published Sookie Stackhouse stories includes the tales "Fairy Dust," "Dracula Night," "If I Had a Hammer," and many more.
The End We Start From by Megan Hunter
In an alternate-world modern London submerged below flood waters, a woman who has just given birth to her first child is forced to flee her home with her baby to seek refuge in a variety of locations while the baby thrives against all odds. A first novel.
Future Home of the Living God by Louise Erdrich
A tale set in a world of reversing evolution and a growing police state follows the efforts of a pregnant woman who investigates her biological family while awaiting the birth of a child who may emerge as a member of a primitive human species.
Into the Drowning Deep by Mira Grant
Victoria Stewart and her crew sail to the Mariana Trench in the hopes of discovering the fate of the Atargatis—which, along with its crew, including Victoria's sister, was lost at sea during the crew's attempt to film a mockumentary on ancient sea creatures of legend. By a New York Times best-selling author. Rolling in the Deep No. 1
Jade City by Fonda Lee
When a powerful new drug emerges that lets anyone—even foreigners—utilize the magical properties of jade, the simmering tension between the Kauls and the rival Ayt family erupts into open violence on the island of Kekon. The Green Bone Saga No. 1
The Lay of Aotrou and Itroun by J. R. R. Tolkien, Ed by Verlyn Flieger.
Published for the first time in more than 70 years, an early work by the iconic author of The Lord of the Rings is complemented by his collected "Corrigan" poems, additional supporting material and a prefatory note by Christopher Tolkien.
Oathbringer by Brandon Sanderson
Taking refuge from the formidable Everstorm in the tower city of Urithiru, Dalinar and the Alethi forces join newly raised Knights Radiant to explore the legendary city's mysteries and confront long-lost truths that challenge everything they believe. By the best-selling author of the Mistborn series. Stormlight Archive No. 3
Penric's Mission by Lois McMaster Bujold
Sorcerer Penric, who is possessed by a clever chaos demon named Desdemona, has his clandestine mission of diplomacy to Cedonia upended when he finds himself gravely injured and imprisoned in the darkest of dungeons. Penric & Desdemona series
Perfect Shadow by Brent Weeks
For the first time in print as a special hardcover edition comes the origin story of the Night Angel trilogy's most enigmatic character—Durzo Blint—in which Gaelan Starfire must take a job hunting down the world's finest assassins for the beautiful courtesan-and-crimelord Gwinvere Kirena. Night Angel series
Seventh Decimate by Stephen R. Donaldson
A prince makes difficult sacrifices and discovers that he has been rendered a pawn as he searches for a powerful repository of sorcerer knowledge in order to reverse the fate of his land, in a debut entry in a trilogy by the best-selling author of Lord Foul's Bane. The Great God's War No. 1
The Spark by David Drake
A rural youth who can wield weapons of the ancient civilization seeks out Leader, Dun Add, to become a Champion and maintain law and justice in this universe and beyond. By the author of the Hammer’s Slammers series.
Strange Music by Alan Dean Foster
The return of an old friend plunges empathic Flinx and his minidrag Pip into a maelstrom of intrigue and imagination on the planet Largess, where new trade agreements with the human-dominated Commonwealth are placed at risk by the disappearance of a powerful chieftain's daughter. By the best-selling author of Flinx Transcendent. Adventures of Pip & Flinx
Valiant Dust by Richard Baker
A debut installment in a new series by the best-selling author of Condemnation introduces hero Sikander North, a Kashmiri officer on board the starship CSS Hector who struggles to prove himself to his Aquilan crewmates and the colonial ruler's headstrong daughter during a violent uprising. Breakers of Empires No. 1
Crime and Punishment: A New Translation by Fyodor Dostoevsky. Trans by Michael R. Katz.
An acclaimed translator breathes fresh life into this ageless classic in a new translation, with novel insights into the linguistic richness, subtle tones and cunning humor of Dostoevsky’s magnum opus.
The Gift by Shelley Shepard Gray
When a series of suspicious accidents reveals that someone is trying to scare away her family, Susanna, a newcomer to Hart County, wonders about the guilt or innocence of a man who is grieving the loss of his farm to Susanna's family. By a New York Times best-selling author. Amish of Hart County No. 3
A Hundred Small Lessons by Ashley Hay
A new resident of an old home begins to experience the memories and secrets of its former owner, an elderly lady in a nearby nursing home, in ways that cause their families to intersect in sudden and unexpected ways. By the award-winning author of The Railwayman's Wife.
Improvement by Joan Silber
A young single mother living with her concerned eccentric aunt in New York makes fateful decisions that have unexpected implications, including her relationship with a Rikers Island inmate who draws her into a cigarette smuggling scheme. By the award-winning author of Ideas of Heaven.
The Noël Diary by Richard Paul Evans
A latest holiday-themed novel by the best-selling author of The Christmas Box follows the experiences of a man who, in the wake of estrangements and losses, is given a chance to rewrite and rediscover his true past.
Radio Free Vermont: A Fable of Resistance by Bill McKibben
Broadcasting from a secret location with the help of a young computer prodigy, a septuagenarian radical and fugitive from the law leads an eccentric group of activists who carry out their own version of guerilla warfare when they decide that their home state might be better off seceding from the United States. By the author of Eaarth.
The Ruined House by Ruby Namdar
A U.S. release of an award-winning first novel from Israel follows the experiences of a successful college professor whose life is upended by a series of strange and inexplicable visions involving an ancient religious ritual.
Strangers in Budapest by Jessica Keener
Moving to the enigmatic city of Budapest shortly after the fall of the Communist regime, a young American couple is asked to check on an elderly stranger who harbors a secret desire to exact revenge on a man he holds responsible for his daughter's death. By the best-selling author of Night Swim.
Wonder Valley by Ivy Pochoda
A runner who dodges through traffic at the peak of the morning rush hour in Los Angeles inadvertently changes the lives of a handful of locals, from a former juvie inmate looking for his mother, to teen twins who escape their father's desert commune, to a bored lawyer who is inspired to pursue fulfillment. By the author of Visitation Street.
The Ballad of Black Bart by Loren D. Estleman
The four-time Shamus Award-winning author of Cape Hell depicts the suspenseful Old West rivalry between a legendary Wells Fargo chief of detectives and a notorious stagecoach robber who between heists poses as an upper-class San Francisco gentleman.
A Darker Sea: Master Commandant Putnam and the War of 1812 by James L. Haley
A naval saga by the award-winning author of The Shores of Tripoli chronicles the period leading up to the War of 1812 from the perspective of brig commander Bliven Putnam, who disrupts British merchant shipping before an encounter with an old nemesis leads to a reunion and helps set the stage for one of the war's most infamous battles. Sliven Putnam Naval Adventures No. 2
Moon Hunt by Kathleen O'Neal Gear & Michael W. Gear
Journeying to Cahokia to become the sacrificial promised bride of the Morning Star, Whispering Dawn, a woman carrying dark secrets and powers, is carried away to the Underworld, where she must rescue captured souls at the side of an embittered Fire Cat. North America's Forgotten Past No. 3
Mrs. Osmond by John Banville
The prize-winning author of The Sea presents a continuation of the story of Isabel Archer, the heroine of Henry James' The Portrait of a Lady, that finds her receiving an unexpected inheritance and married to a cruel man before finding the courage to return to her home in Italy at the side of an unexpected companion.
The Revolution of Marina M. by Janet Fitch
A young woman of privilege coming of age in 1916 St. Petersburg finds her life and ambitions violently upended by historical events that find her joining the cause for workers' rights, falling in love with a radical poet and navigating devastating betrayals. By the best-selling author of White Oleander.
Secrets of Cavendon by Barbara Taylor Bradford
A latest entry in the Cavendon Hall saga is set in the summer of 1949, when a new generation of the estate is torn by scandal, intrigue and romantic betrayals that force the Inghams and Swanns to protect each other from unimaginable threats. By the best-selling author of Secrets from the Past. Cavendon Hall No. 4
Mystery & Detective
A Christmas Return by Anne Perry
Spurred by holiday cheer and a surprise hidden in a Christmas pudding, an elderly aristocrat endeavors to correct a past wrong by solving a decade-old murder. By the best-selling author of The Sheen on the Silk.
City of Lies by Victoria Thompson
Using her guile to relieve so-called respectable men of their ill-gotten gains, a woman on the run hides among a group of privileged women and bonds with an honest man while outmaneuvering a nemesis who blames her for his losses, in a debut entry of a new series by the best-selling author of the Gaslight Mysteries. Counterfeit Lady No. 1
Count to Ten by James Patterson & Ashwin Sanghi
Summoned by the head of the world's top investigation agency to join a new office in Delhi, former Private India head Santosh Wagh struggles to set aside his personal demons before tackling a case involving murderously corrupt authorities and human remains found at a government site. Co-written by a #1 best-selling author. Private No. 13
Dead of Winter by Wendy Corsi Staub
In Valley View, a small town populated by mediums, a superstitious killer is on the prowl and gunning for Bella Jordan, who witnessed one of his body dumps, and the whole town must come together to stop the murderer before he strikes again. By a New York Times best-selling author. Lily Dale Mysteries No. 3
A Deadly Éclair by Daryl Wood Gerber
During the first wedding at the bistro and inn for which Mimi Rousseau is working off a loan order to one day own it, her benefactor, Bryan, is found dead at the bistro with an éclair stuffed in his mouth, and the fingers point at Mimi, whose entire loan is forgiven in Bryan’s will. French Bistro Mysteries No. 1
Death Comes to the School by Catherine Lloyd
When a rash of anonymous letters, accusing various residents of being witches, ends with a local schoolteacher murdered at her classroom desk, Lucy Harrington volunteers to take over teaching at the school in order to suss out some clues among the students, but in doing so, she may be putting her own life at risk. Kurland St. Mary Mystery No. 5
Death in the Stacks by Jenn McKinlay
Targeted by a new library board president who she is sure is trying to drive her out, library director Lindsey Norris and her new hire, Paula, are declared suspects when the combative president is found dead, a situation that forces them to find the real killer to clear their names. By the best-selling author of Better Late Than Never. Library Lovers No. 8
Easy Errors by Steven F. Havill
In 1986, a suspicious car accident claims victims from the families of both rookie office Robert Torrez and the district attorney, and a series of bizarre twists and turns soon makes it even more difficult for Undersheriff Bill Gastner and his team to crack the case. Posadas County Mysteries
The Ghost of Christmas Past by Rhys Bowen
Struggling with depression in the aftermath of the 1906 San Francisco earthquake and a miscarriage, semi-retired private detective Molly Murphy Sullivan and her husband, Daniel, accept an invitation spend the holidays at a Hudson mansion only to be embroiled in the mystery of their hosts' daughter's disappearance. Molly Murphy No. 17
The Ghosts of Galway by Ken Bruen
Recovering from a mistaken medical diagnosis and a failed suicide attempt, Jack Taylor takes a job as a night-shift security job that involves an off-the-record search for a first true book of heresy, currently in possession of a rogue priest and involving the multifaceted woman who has intrigued Jack for years. Jack Taylor No. 12
Hardcore Twenty-Four by Janet Evanovich
Reluctantly agreeing to babysit a professional grave robber's pet boa constrictor, Stephanie Plum is embroiled in a bizarre series of crimes that escalate from the violation of stolen corpses to the murder of a homeless man, a case that is complicated by the return of the hunky but reckless Diesel. Stephanie Plum No. 24
Heaven's Crooked Finger by Hank Early
Earl Marcus thought he had left the mountains of Georgia behind forever, and with them, the painful memories of a childhood spent under the fundamentalist rule of his father RJ’s church, but when rumors swirl that his father has risen from the dead and taken residence high in the mountains—and a number of teenage girls in the area have disappeared, only to return with strange tattoos—he knows he must go back home to solve the mystery. Earl Marcus No. 1
The House of Unexpected Sisters by Alexander McCall Smith
Investigating a case of wrongful dismissal, Precious Ramotswe discovers information that causes her to rethink her views about the case before meeting a local nurse who shares her unusual surname. No. 1 Ladies' Detective Agency No. 18
Killing Pace by Douglas Schofield
A woman on the run and struggling to reclaim her past after a car accident that has left her with amnesia struggles with growing awareness that the man who claims to be her boyfriend is actually her captor. By the author of Storm Rising.
Much Ado About Murder by Elizabeth J. Duncan
Costume designer turned amateur sleuth Charlotte Fairfax investigates the death of a disagreeable director. By the author of Untimely Death. Shakespeare in the Catskills Mysteries No. 3
Murder in the Lincoln White House by C. M. Gleason
When a man is found stabbed to death only yards away from Abraham Lincoln during the inaugural ball, the president dispatches his assistant, and former frontier scout, Adam Quinn, to investigate. By a New York Times best-selling author. Lincoln's White House Mysteries No. 1
Murder in the Manuscript Room by Con Lehane
Unofficially investigating the murder of a young woman staffer at New York City's iconic 42nd Street Library, Raymond Ambler, the library's curator of crime fiction, finds his efforts complicated by his growing feelings for Adele, Adele's interest in a darkly handsome Islamic scholar and the determination of the police to shut him out of the case. 42nd Street Library Mysteries No. 2
Protected by the Shadows by Helene Tursten
With gang violence escalating in Göteborg, Sweden, the Organized Crimes Unit pairs with the Violent Crimes Unit to help defuse the situation, but could there be a mole on the force? Inspector Irene Huss Investigations No. 10
A Season to Lie by Emily Littlejohn
A follow-up to the acclaimed Inherit the Bones finds police officer Gemma Monroe returning from maternity leave just as a blizzard hits her idyllic Colorado ski community, a storm that nearly hides the murder of a world-famous author. Detective Gemma Monroe No. 2
The Shadow District by Arnaldur Indridason
Investigating the murder of a 90-year-old man, a retired detective discovers unsettling links between the victim, the World War II case of a strangled woman and a pair of attacks that suggest the wrong man may have been arrested decades earlier. By the award-winning author of Silence of the Grave.
Sleep No More: Six Murderous Tales by P. D. James
An anthology of six previously uncollected stories by the author of Death Comes to Pemberley explores the memories, emotional machinations, rationalizations, dreams and desires of people who get away with the perfect murder or who help keep information about a killing secret.
Under Water by Casey Barrett
Disgraced competitive swimmer, ex-con and current unlicensed PI Duck Darley must revisit his past when he is tasked with finding a former roommate turned Olympic champion's teenage daughter, an investigation that gets more complicated when the missing girl's ex-boyfriend is found savagely murdered. Duck Darley Mysteries No. 1
The Vineyard Victims by Ellen Crosby
Suspecting foul play when a real estate mogul and failed presidential candidate commits suicide, winemaker Lucie Montgomery discovers a connection between the victim, his circle of academic elites and the 25-year-old murder of a brilliant PhD student. By the author of The Merlot Murders. Wine Country Mysteries No. 8
X Marks the Scot by Kaitlyn Dunnett
After she hires an archivist to help her research a treasure map that she found behind a painting canvas at the Chadwick estate in Moosetookalook, Maine, Scottish Emporium owner Lisa MacCrimmon is horrified when she finds the archivist murdered at a local genealogical society, and takes it upon herself to find the killer. Lisa MacCrimmon Scottish Mysteries No. 11
Close Contact by Lori Foster
A bodyguard, Miles Dartman, discovers his latest client is a woman from his past with whom he had an unforgettable encounter, in the latest addition to the series following Hard Justice. Body Armor No. 3
A Duke in Shining Armor by Loretta Chase
A first entry in a new series by the New York Times best-selling author of Last Night's Scandal introduces three less-than-virtuous dukes, the first of whom falls for a bookish lady who is reluctantly engaged to his best friend. Difficult Dukes No. 1
Past Perfect by Danielle Steel
An abrupt job relocation that takes them from their well-ordered Manhattan life to San Francisco triggers a collision between the past and present for a successful married couple who during a small earthquake experience visions of their new home's original inhabitants from a century earlier. By the best-selling author of Blue.
Refuge Cove by Janet Dailey
A bride on the run from her would-be husband becomes stranded in the Alaska wilderness before accepting help from a rugged bush pilot who would reconnect with his estranged son. By the best-selling author of Texas True. New Americana No. 2
Debriefing: Collected Stories by Susan Sontag, Ed by Benjamin Taylor.
A collection of short fiction from the groundbreaking essayist, novelist and political activist includes allegories and parables as she wrestles with topics that made up her private sorrows and fears.
American Drifter by Heather Graham & Chad Michael Murray
A young U.S. Army veteran suffering from PTSD drifts around Brazil, struggling to make peace with the world's illogical elements before fatefully falling in love with a gangster's mistress. Co-written by the award-wining author of The Rising.
The Armageddon File by Stephen Coonts
When a new president-elect's chief of staff discovers evidence of vote tampering, the validity of the election is brought into question at the same time the agendas of dangerous adversaries are revealed. By the best-selling author of Flight of the Intruder. Tommy Carmellini No. 8
Bonfire by Krysten Ritter
The star of Marvel's Jessica Jones presents a novel of psychological suspense in which a successful environmental lawyer is forced to confront her small-town past while investigating a high-profile corruption case back home.
Deadly Cure by Lawrence Goldstone
In 1899 Brooklyn, Dr. Noah Whitestone is accused of prescribing a lethal dose of medicine that killed a 5-year-old boy, prompting him to joining forces with muckraking journalists to clear his name, find the origins of a deadly experimental drug from overseas, and root out the real killer. By the author of Anatomy of Deception.
Displaced by Stephan Abarbanell
A tale set in the immediate aftermath of World War II follows the efforts of an embittered resistance fighter from British-occupied Palestine to search Europe for a concentration-camp survivor who is also being pursued by a dangerous adversary.
End Game by David Baldacci
Returning home from an overseas mission to discover that his boss has gone missing in remote Colorado, Will Robie and his sometime partner, Jessica Reel, team up in an increasingly violent small town, where their lives are soon in jeopardy. By a #1 New York Times best-selling author. Will Robie No. 5
Every Breath You Take by Mary HIggins Clark & Alafair Burke
Struggling with the departure of co-host Alex Buckley, television crimesolver Laurie Moran is teamed with a despised Ryan Nichols, who draws her into the cold case of a wealthy widow pushed to her death from the roof of a famous museum. Under Suspicion No. 4
Fools' River by Timothy Hallnan
When his daughter's friend begs for help tracking down his father, Bangkok writer Poke Rafferty discovers that the missing man has been abducted by a pair of killers who kidnap people and drain their accounts before murdering them, a finding that triggers a desperate race against time. Poke Rafferty No. 8
Heather, the Totality by Matthew Weiner
A debut novel by the Emmy Award-winning creator and writer of Mad Men presents the story of a collision course between a dangerous young man and a privileged couple who compete for their daughter's attention.
Hunter Killer: The War With China: The Battle for the Central Pacific by David Poyer
When China overpowers America's allies as part of a plan to dominate ocean forces, newly promoted admiral Dan Lenson struggles to buy time for the Allies in the central Pacific; while SEAL operator Teddy Oberg escapes from a brutal POW camp and embarks on a perilous journey toward freedom. Dan Lenson No. 17
The Man in the Crooked Hat by Harry Dolan
Having spent two years searching for the man he believes murdered his wife, private investigator Jack Pellum follows a bewildering message to a winding trail of unsolved murders and a philosophical man with a dark and secret past. By the author of The Last Dead Girl.
The Midnight Line by Lee Child
Spotting a hard-won women's West Point class ring in a pawn shop, Jack Reacher fights a biker gang and a South Dakota gangster to discover the truth about the ring and why its owner sold it. By the best-selling author of Night School. Jack Reacher No. 22
The People vs. Alex Cross by James Patterson
Charged with gunning down followers of his nemesis Gary Soneji in cold blood, Alex Cross is wrongly portrayed as a trigger-happy corrupt cop while he struggles to prove to a skeptical jury and dwindling supporters that his actions were in self defense. By the award-winning author of Alex Cross, Run. Alex Cross No. 23
Poison by Galt Niederhoffer
Starting over after moving to Seattle, a newly blended family forged by two seemingly happy career people becomes subject to small omissions and a series of denials that escalate in menacing ways. By the award-winning author of A Taxonomy of Barnacles.
The Quantum Spy by David Ignatius
CIA agent Harris Chang uncovers a mole in a top secret, American research lab racing to develop a quantum computer before China does in this new cyber-thriller from the New York Times best-selling author of The Director.
Tom Clancy Power and Empire by Marc Cameron
A newly belligerent Chinese government leaves U.S. President Jack Ryan with only a few desperate options to control a series of attacks designed to sabotage peace negotiations. By the best-selling author of the Jericho Quinn series. Jack Ryan No. 18
Typhoon Fury by Clive Cussler & Boyd Morrison
Hired to track down a valuable art collection, Juan Cabrillo and the crew of the Oregon sail into a perfect storm involving a Filipino insurgency, a Japanese-developed super-warrior drug and a South African mercenary. Co-written by the best-selling author of Odessa Sea. Oregon Files No. 12
The Whispering Room by Dean Koontz
Her husband dead and her son in hiding, rogue FBI agent Jane Hawk finds a connection between a schoolteacher's murderous, and ultimately suicidal, rampage; the teacher's secret journal; and a cabal of power players bent on controlling America. By the New York Times best-selling author of The Silent Corner. Jane Hawk No. 2