Acts of Desperation by Megan Nolan
A debut author presents a novel about love addiction and what it does to us.
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All the Children Are Home by Patry Francis
Two long-term foster parents in a mid-20th-century Massachusetts community reluctantly take in an abused young girl who strengthens their family's bonds in unexpected ways. By the author of The Orphans of Race Point.
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Antiquities by Cynthia Ozick
An elderly trustee of the now defunct Temple Academy for Boys, Lloyd Wilkinson Petrie, as he prepares to write a memoir of his days at the school, navigates between the subtle anti-Semitism that pervaded the school’s ethos and his fascination with his own family’s heritage.
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Anywhere for You by Abbie Greaves
A junior reporter launches a quiet investigation into the unsolved disappearance of a man and the story of the woman who expresses her enduring devotion to his memory by helping others and awaiting his return.
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Aquarium by Yaara Shehori. Trans by Todd Hasak-Lowy.
A debut novel follows two sisters, both deaf and raised in seclusion by deaf parents, and the shattering consequences that unfold when that isolation comes to an end.
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Astrid Sees All by Natalie Standiford
Longing for glamour and adventure after the death of her father, Phoebe dives into the party underworld of 1984's East Village, where she struggles against painful secrets and her own self-destructive impulses.
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The Bookstore on the Beach by Brenda Novak
Struggling to move on after the unsolved disappearance of her husband, Autumn takes her children to her beachside hometown for the summer before her circumstances are further impacted by a former love and unexpected revelations.
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The Cottage on Lighthouse Lane by Davis Bunn
From an internationally best-selling author comes a novel set in Miramar Bay, an idyllic seaside town where a Hollywood star with a wounded heart and an insightful woman escaping a tragic past in Ukraine can find hope and redemption. Miramar Bay No. 5
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A Distant Shore by Karen Kingsbury
Reconnecting with a woman whose life he saved when they were both children, FBI secret agent Jack Ryder finds himself falling unexpectedly in love during a dangerous mission involving the woman's arranged marriage.
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The Drowning Kind by Jennifer McMahon
Investigating an estranged sibling's suspicious drowning at their grandmother's estate, a social worker connects the tragedy to the unsolved case of a housewife who in 1929 allegedly succumbed to the consequences of a wish-granting spring.
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Early Morning Riser by Katherine Heiny
A new novel explores love, disaster and unconventional family.
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The Final Revival of Opal & Nev by Dawnie Walton
Accepting a contract from a fledgling record company, a talented music artist in early 1970s New York endures racist responses to her activism, before a reunion interview decades later reveals explosive secrets.
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The Five Wounds by Kirstin Valdez Quade
A first novel by the award-winning author of Night at the Fiestas finds a man accepting the role of Jesus in his New Mexico community's Good Friday procession, before his personal goals of redemption are challenged by a daughter's pregnancy.
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The Funny Thing About Norman Foreman by Julietta Henderson
A 12-year-old aspiring comedian pushes the limits of his lesser talents to travel across the country and honor a dead best friend's dream of performing in the Edinburgh Festival Fringe. A first novel.
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Gold Diggers by Sanjena Sathian
A satirical coming-of-age story follows the experiences of an Indian-American teen in the Bush-era Atlanta suburbs, who joins his crush's plot to use an ancient alchemical potion to meet high parental expectations, triggering devastating consequences. A first novel.
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Good Company by Cynthia D'Aprix Sweeney
A novel about the enduring bonds of marriage and friendship from the author of the New York Times best-seller The Nest.
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Hot Stew by Fiona Mozley
A follow-up to the Booker finalist, Elmet, finds a young millionaire's efforts to convert a Soho property into a luxury condominium challenged by two prostitute tenants and their customers from the brothel inside the building.
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The Last Exiles by Ann Shin
Falling in love against a backdrop of political turbulence in North Korea, two Pyongyang university students are separated when one makes a desperate choice to save his starving family. A first novel.
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Little Pieces of Me by Alison Hammer
Investigating DNA revelations that say her father is a man she never met, Paige learns about her mother's past as a straitlaced university student who had a one-night stand with the campus golden boy.
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Lorna Mott Comes Home by Diane Johnson
In her 60s, Lorna Mott Dumas decides to leave her 20-year marriage to her French second husband and return to her native San Francisco to pick up a life she left behind, which goes hilariously awry.
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Love in Case of Emergency by Daniela Krien
Five very different women navigate respective hopes, ambitions, challenges and disappointments before finding themselves hurtling toward an unanticipated new way of living. By the award-winning author of Someday We'll Tell Each Other Everything.
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Margreete's Harbor by Eleanor Morse
Opening her coastal Maine home to relatives when she realizes she can no longer remain independent, a thrice-widowed woman reflects on her past while watching another generation navigate early adulthood and the encroaching Vietnam War.
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Molly Falls to Earth by Maria Mutch
The Governor General’s Literary Awards finalist offers a debut novel that is an inventive exploration of time, absence and desire.
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The Music of Bees by Eileen Garvin
Three strangers navigating grief and devastating setbacks cross paths in a rural Oregon town, where they find unexpected friendship, healing and new chances on local honeybee farm. A first novel by the author of How to Be a Sister.
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The Night Always Comes by Willy Vlautin
Working multiple jobs to buy a home that will give her family much-needed stability, Lynette is sidelined by a betrayal that forces her to consider dangerous options among the hustlers and wealthy elite controlling her booming city.
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The Nine Lives of Rose Napolitano by Donna Freitas
A woman who never wanted to be a mother reconnects with her estranged husband in the wake of unexpected news and is challenged to reevaluate herself in an unanticipated role. A first adult novel by the author of Consent.
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Other People's Children by R. J. Hoffmann
A pregnant teen who would go to college, a determined grandmother and a desperate would-be adoptive parent are pitted against one another in their respective efforts to protect their families. A first novel.
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Painting Time by Maylis de Kerangal. Trans by Jessica Moore.
Focusing on craftmanship during her training at the famous Institut de Peinture in Brussels, Paula embarks on an international career before she is assigned the monumental task of creating a reproduction of a famous paleolithic art cave.
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Paradise, Nevada by Dario Diofebi
A luxury casino bombing on the Vegas strip is connected to political power grabs that embroil a high-stakes poker player, a cocktail waitress, an Italian tourist and a Mormon journalist in a fight for the city's survival.
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Public Enemy #1 by Kiki Swinson
A national best-selling author amps up the action and suspense with unpredictable characters, breakneck twists, and a gut-punch portrait of Southern surviving—and dying.
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The Republic of False Truths by Ala Aswani. Trans by S. R. Fellowes.
From one of the foremost writers in the Arab world comes a new novel banned across much of the region—a work of fiction about the Egyptian revolution, taking readers inside the battle raging between those in power and those prepared to lay down their lives in the defense of freedom.
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Something Unbelievable by Maria Kuznetsova
An overwhelmed new mom asks to hear her grandmother’s story of her family’s desperate escape from the Nazis, discovering unexpected parallels to her own life in America.
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Turn a Blind Eye by Jeffrey Archer
Going undercover to expose corruption in the Metropolitan Police Force, Detective Inspector William Warwick is compromised by a high-profile trial and a teammate's romantic relationship with his suspect. By the best-selling author of Kane & Abel. Detective William Warwick No. 3
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What Comes After by Joanne Tompkins
The grieving single parents of two recently deceased teenage boys forge an unexpected bond over the appearance of a mysterious pregnant girl who offers insight into the tragedy. A first novel.
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Whereabouts by Jhumpa Lahiri
An English translation of a first Italian-language novel by the Pulitzer Prize-winning author of The Lowland follows the routines of a misfit city dweller who experiences a year of remarkable transformation in the aftermath of a parent's death.
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You Made Me Love You: Selected Stories, 1981-2018 by John Edgar Wideman
A powerful selection of the best of John Edgar Wideman’s short stories over his 50-year career, representing the wide range of his intellectual and artistic pursuits.
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