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The Adventures of Amina Al-Sirafi by Shannon Chakraborty
While trying to settle into a life of piety, motherhood and absolutely nothing that hints of the supernatural, Amina al-Sirafi, one of the Indian Ocean’s most notorious pirates, is offered a job she cannot refuse, but soon discovers this final chance at glory comes with a high price—her soul.
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Antimatter Blues by Edward Ashton
With the antimatter that fuels their colony running low, Commander Marshall asks Mickey to retrieve a possible antimatter bomb being held by their creeper neighbors in the second novel of the series following Mickey7.
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Assassin of Reality by Marina Dyachenko and Sergey Dyachenko
The sequel to the highly acclaimed Vita Nostra takes readers to the next stage in Sasha Samokhina’s journey in a richly imagined world of dark academia in which grammar is magic—and not all magic is good.
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Battle Scars by Sam Maggs
A survivor of the top-secret Order 66 massacre that identified all Jedi as traitors to the Galactic Republic, Cal Kestis, leads the crew of the Mantis on an adventure that takes place after the critically-acclaimed Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order.
A Brief History of Living Forever by Jaroslav Kalfar
In an authoritarian near-future America obsessed with digital consciousness and eternal life, two long-lost siblings risk everything to save their mother from oblivion.
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The Curator by Owen King
Searching for the truth behind the secret she’s long concealed, Dora, a former domestic servant, is given curatorship of The National Museum of the Worker by her lover, a place that isn’t at all what it seems as she unravels a monstrous conspiracy that brings her to the edge of worlds.
Feed Them Silence by Lee Mandelo
Using a neurological interface to translate animal's perceptions through her own mind, a scientist becomes obsessed with seeing the world through the eyes of a wolf, endangering her marriage and threatening her mind and body.
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The Foxglove King by Hannah Whitten
A young woman’s secret power to raise the dead plunges her into the dangerous and glamorous world of the Sainted King’s royal court.
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The God of Endings by Jacqueline Holland
A lonely artist heading an elite fine arts school for children in 1984, Collette LeSange, an immortal beauty who has endured centuries of turmoil and heartache, finds her life upended by the arrival of a gifted child from a troubled home and her own mysteriously growing hunger.
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A House With Good Bones by T. Kingfisher
Warned by her brother that their mother seems "off," Sam visits and discovers a once-cozy home with sterile white walls, a her mom a jumpy, nervous wreck and a jar of teeth hidden in the rosebushes.
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The Lies of the Ajungo by Moses Ose Utomi
Three days before he turns thirteen, the age when your tongue is cut out to appease the terrifying Ajungo Empire and make sure it continues sending water, Tutu embarks on a quest for salvation of his mother, his city and himself.
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Madrenga by Alan Dean Foster
A new fantasy novel looks at a vital message, a desperate queen and hero in the making.
Smolder by Laurell K. Hamilton
Helping the police investigate a brutal murder linked to a nationwide slaughter of vampires and humans, powerful necromancer Anita Blake must put her wedding preparations aside to not only catch a killer but to stop an ancient evil from taking away everything she and her husband-to-be hold dear. Anita Blake, Vampire Hunter No. 29
American Mermaid by Julia Langbein
A former English teacher whose feminist novel about a fierce mermaid is lured to Hollywood to assist in the tale's big-budget action film adaptation, but is alarmed when she believes her character has come to life to exact revenge.
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At Sea by Emma Fedor
Becoming pregnant after a summer fling with a man who claims he can breathe underwater as part of an experimental Special Forces unit, Cara is desolate and questioning everything she believes when Brendan takes their son and vanishes.
Chlorine by Jade Song
A debut novel that blurs the line between a literary coming-of-age narrative and a dark unsettling horror tale and is told from an adult perspective on the trials and tribulations of growing up in a society that puts pressure on young women and their bodies.
Commitment by Mona Simpson
Depicts a family in crisis in the late 1970s when three teenage siblings in California try to manage on their own after their mother is committed to a state hospital for a deep depression.
Confidence by Rafael Frumkin
A pair of best friends and occasional lovers who meet at a last-chance camp before juvenile detention embark on what they hope is a lucrative career in scam artistry with Nulife, a company that promises consumers a lifetime of bliss.
Desolation Creek by William W. Johnston and J. A. Johnstone
Cattle ranchers and veteran cowboys Casey Tubbs and Eli Doolin begin looking for bank robbers who have managed to outrun the Marshals and the Texas Rangers in the fifth novel of the series following When the Shooting Starts.
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Earth's the Right Place for Love by Elizabeth Berg
Arthur becomes friends with the hottest girl in his class even though she has a crush on his older brother and must come to terms with grief and how to go on when a sudden tragedy changes his world.
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Go As a River by Shelley Read
A 1940s teenager running her family's peach farm in Colorado meets a young man with a mysterious past and feels an instant connection but must flee to a small shack in the wilderness after tragedy strikes.
He Said He Would Be Late by Justine Sullivan
The loving wife of a rising Boston banker takes a deep dive down a dangerous rabbit hole after she intercepts a text with a kissy-face emoji on her husband's phone while everyone around her becomes convinced she's losing her mind.
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Hello Beautiful by Ann Napolitano
Awarded a college basketball scholarship away from his childhood home silenced by tragedy, a young man befriends a spirited young woman who welcomes him into her loving, loud, chaotic household in the new novel by the author of Dear Edward.
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The Human Origins of Beatrice Porter and Other Essential Ghosts by Soraya Palmer
Two Jamaican-Trinidadian sisters in Brooklyn, Zora and Sasha Porter, drifting apart as they bear witness to their father’s violence and their mother’s worsening illness must come together to answer to something more ancient and powerful than they know—and confront a long-buried family secret.
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In Memoriam by Alice Winn
Henry Gaunt, a student at an idyllic boarding school in the English countryside is relieved to escape his feelings for Sidney Ellwood when he enlists to fight in World War I, but is horrified when all his classmates join him.
The Karma Map by Nisha Sharma
A youth group’s temple road trip through India is a liberating escape for a former mean girl and sunshine boy to explore their past and their feelings for each other. By the award-winning author of My So-Called Bollywood Life.
The Last Beekeeper by Julie Carrick Dalton
Returning to her childhood home, Sasha Severn, the daughter of the infamous Last Beekeeper, sees a honeybee, presumed extinct, which she believes is connected to her incarcerated father’s missing research—a discovery that could threaten the lives of those around her—or save them all.
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A Likely Story by Leigh McMullan Abramson
A woman aspiring to be a writer like her best-selling novelist father faces her upcoming thirty-fifth birthday on the verge of a breakdown when she uncovers shocking truths about her parents and her family.
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The New Earth by Jess Row
An award-winning author offers a globe-spanning epic novel about a fractured New York family reckoning with the harms of the past and confronting humanity’s uncertain future.
The Nursery by Szilvia Molnar
Struggling with postpartum depression, a new mother, ill at ease with this state of perpetual giving, carrying, and feeding, strikes up a tentative friendship with her ailing upstairs neighbor, but they are both running out of time, and something is soon to crack.
Our Best Intentions by Vibhuti Jain
An immigrant family gets caught in the middle of a criminal investigation.
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Rootless by Krystle Zara Appiah
When his wife, unable to handle the demands of motherhood and feeling the dreams she had slipping away once again, disappears, leaving their toddler son behind, Sam finds his vision for their future shattered, in this heartrending love story that explores what happens after a marriage collapses.
The Sister Effect by Susan Mallery
When her sister, Sloane, a recovering addict, returns, wanting a relationship with her daughter, Finley McGowan, who has been raising her niece, struggles with forgiveness and trust with the help of a man who knows all too well how messy families can be.
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What Happened to Ruthy Ramirez by Claire Jimenez
A powerful debut novel follows a Puerto Rican family in Staten Island who discovers their long missing sister is potentially alive and cast on a reality TV show, and they set out to bring her home.
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Worthy Opponents by Danielle Steel
The CEO of the most respected and luxurious department store in NYC, Spencer Brooke goes up against Mike Weston, a wealthy investor who threatens to take over, but when bad luck strikes and she is backed into a corner, she must decide what’s best for the family business.
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Beyond That, the Sea by Laura Spence-Ash
A young girl is sent from London to live in America during World War II and fits in so seamlessly with her new family that she is hesitant to return to post-war England when she is called home.
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Clytemnestra by Costanza Casati
Clytemnestra, the most notorious heroine of the Ancient World, has her work cut out for her.
The Dance Tree by Kiran Millwood Hargrave
In a historical novel, the internationally best-selling author of The Mercies weaves a spellbinding tale of fear, transformation, courage, and love in 16th-century France.
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Daughters of Nantucket by Julie Gerstenblatt
An atmospheric historical debut novel centers on Nantucket's Great Fire of 1846, in which three very different women are brought together, each forced to re-evaluate her priorities and answer the harrowing question: “What—and whom—would you save?”
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Hang the Moon by Jeannette Walls
After encouraging her younger step-brother to participate in daredevil activities leads to an accident, Sallie Kincaid is cast out of her family in the new novel from the number one New York Times best-selling author of The Glass Castle.
The Last Carolina Girl by Meagan Church
An emotionally charged novel follows one girl fighting for her family, her future and her own place to stand in a world that doesn't always value the wild spirit of a Carolina girl.
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The London Séance Society by Sarah Penner
In 1873, Lenna Wickes accompanies acclaimed spiritualist Vaudeline D’Allaire to England where they team up with London’s exclusive Seance Society to solve a high-profile murder and soon suspect they are not merely out to solve a crime, but perhaps entangled in one themselves.
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The Lost English Girl by Julia Kelly
During WWII, Viv Byrne, with her husband serving in the Royal Air Force, discovers the countryside safe haven she sent her daughter to wasn’t immune from the horrors of war, and it is only years later, with his help, that she learns what it will take to put their family back together again.
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Love, Honor, Betray by Mary Monroe
With their sham of a marriage in danger, Jessie and Hubert Wiggins, desperately trying to maintain their devout facade and respectable standing, must decide whether or not to reveal the person who might be behind the serial murders plaguing their town, which would risk their own web of lies being exposed.
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Loyalty by Lisa Scottoline
Set during the rise of the Mafia in 19th-century Sicily, this epic story of good vs evil follows four individuals—a desperate lemon grower; an idealistic lawyer with a secret life; a new mother; and a reclusive goatherd under constant threat of being discovered as a Jew—as their lives collide.
A Most Intriguing Lady by Sarah Ferguson, the Duchess of York
From Sarah Ferguson, the Duchess of York comes a sweeping, romantic historical saga about a Duke’s daughter—the perfect Victorian lady—who secretly moonlights as an amateur sleuth for high society’s inner circle.
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Once We Were Home by Jennifer Rosner
Based on the true stories of children stolen in the wake of WWII, this beautifully written novel follows four individuals as they, 20 years after the war, find their lives interconnecting in Israel, in unexpected ways, and must each ask where and to whom they truly belong.
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The Perfumist of Paris by Alka Joshi
In 1974, Paris perfumer Radha, on the cusp of a breakthrough, travels to India where she enlists the help of her sister and the courtesans of Agra, who use the power of fragrance to seduce, while finally confronting a past secret, which threatens her already vulnerable marriage.
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River Spirit by Leila Aboul
Told through the voices of seven men and women whose fates grow inextricably linked, this breathtaking new novel, set during the Mahdist War in 19th-century Sudan, is a story of people who—against the odds and for a brief time—gained independence from foreign rule through their willpower, subterfuge and sacrifice.
Strangers in the Night: A Novel of Frank Sinatra and Ava Gardner by Heather Webb
Transporting readers to the golden age of Hollywood, this captivating novel follows Ava Gardner and Frank Sinatra as they ride a rollercoaster of success and failure, passion and anger, wondering if the next turn will be the end of their careers—and the end of all they’ve shared.
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Two Wars and a Wedding by Lauren Willig
As the Spanish-American war begins, archaeologist Betsy Hayes joins the Red Cross in search of her former best friend and follows Teddy Roosevelt’s Rough Riders straight to the heart of the fighting where dark memories of her last war resurface and her need to protect old and new friends intensifies.
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Weyward by Emilia Hart
Told over five centuries through three connected women, this riveting novel follows Kate, in 2019, as she seeks refuge in Weyward Cottage; Altha, in 1619, as she uses her powers to maintain her freedom; and Violet, in 1942, as she searches for the truth about her mother’s death.
A Face in the Crowd by Stephen King and Stewart O'Nan / The Longest December by Richard Chizmar
A double-book features A Face in the Crowd by Stephen King and Stewart O'Nan, in print for the first time, along with the expanded edition of The Longest December by Richard Chizmar.
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Lone Women by Victor Lavalle
In 1915, Adelaide Henry, after her secret sin killed her parents, sets out for Montana, dragging an enormous steamer trunk that’s locked at all times, to become one of the “lone women” taking advantage of the government’s offer of free land where she hopes to bury her past.
Monstrilio by Gerardo Sámano Córdova
Grieving mother Magos cuts out a piece of her deceased 11-year-old son’s lung, nurturing it until in gains sentience, and hides this carnivorous little Monstrilio in the walls of her family’s decaying Mexico City estate, but his innate impulses threaten to destroy this fragile second chance at life.
Our Share of Night by Mariana Enriquez
United in grief after the death of the wife and mother they both loved, a young father and son travel to confront the terrifying legacy she bequeathed – a family called the Order that commits unspeakable acts in search of immortality.
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Piñata by Leopoldo Gout
Returning to New York with her daughters after supervising the renovation of an ancient abbey in Mexico, Carmen Sanchez soon discovers that something evil and unexplainable has followed them home—and it may already be too late to escape what’s been awakened.
Biography of X by Catherine Lacey
When a famous iconoclastic artist and shape-shifter dies suddenly, her widow, CM, begins writing her wife's biography and opens a vast Pandora's box of secrets and explores the history of the fascist theocracy where she lived.
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Birnam Woods by Eleanor Catton
The founder of a guerilla gardening group that plants crops on roadsides, parks and neglected yards fights an enigmatic billionaire over a parcel of land in the new novel from the Booker Prize-winning author of The Luminaries.
Blue Hunger by Viola Di Grado
Mourning her twin's death, a young woman leaves Rome for Shanghai and befriends a mysterious girl with a turbulent past and the pair discover a new dimension where the citizens practice extreme erotic rituals.
Community Board by Tara Conklin
A woman moves back into her parents’ empty home after her husband leaves her and spends her days on the town’s internet community board in the new novel from the best-selling author of The Last Romantics.
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Dust Child by Que Mai Phan Nguyen
From the internationally best-selling author of The Mountains Sing comes a suspenseful saga about family secrets, hidden trauma and the overriding power of forgiveness, set during the war and in present-day Vietnam.
The Farewell Tour by Stephanie Clifford
From the author of the New York Times best-seller Everybody Rise comes a novel that tells the story of one unforgettable woman’s rise in country and western music.
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Fractured Soul by Akira Mizubayashi
Awarded the Prix des libraires by France’s booksellers, a universal story about music and restoring one’s faith in others amid the aftermath of tremendous loss.
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Künstlers in Paradise by Cathleen Schine
In this powerful novel of stories hand down and handed on, and those held close to the heart, Julian Künstler, during the 2020 pandemic, is trapped in Venice, California, with his glamorous, eccentric 93-year-old grandmother who shares her experiences upon arriving in the US after escaping Nazi Germany.
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The Lost Americans by Christopher Bollen
A young woman finds herself in the crosshairs of powerful and very dangerous enemies when she travels to Cairo to uncover the truth about her brother’s mysterious death. By the acclaimed author of A Beautiful Crime and Orient.
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Playhouse by Richard Bausch
As renovations begin at the Shakespeare Theater of Memphis, a colorful cast of characters gather together for the fall production of King Lear, but soon tensions mount onstage and off, building toward breaking point that places the very fate of the theater itself on the line.
Walking Practice by Dolki Min
An alien's hunt for food that transforms into an existential crisis about what it means to be human.
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Wandering Souls by Cecile Pin
Seeking refuge in the UK after the last American troops leave Vietnam, Anh and her younger brothers, in a London plagued by social inequality and raging anti-immigrant sentiment, find their paths diverging as time passes, wondering if love alone can keep them together.
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Western Lane by Chetna Maroo
After the death of her mother, 11-year-old Gopi, who has been playing squash since she was a small child, is enlisted in a quietly brutal training regimen, and soon the game becomes her world as she slowly distances herself from her sisters in hopes of becoming the best.
All That Is Hidden by Rhys Bowen
Former private detective Molly Murphy Sullivan is shocked when her husband tells her they are moving to Fifth Avenue and that he's running for sheriff in the latest addition to the long-running series following Wild Irish Rose.
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All That Is Mine I Carry with Me by William Landay
When the remains of their mother's body are discovered twenty years after she went missing, three siblings must decide whether or not to believe their criminal defense attorney father is guilty of the murder or stand by him.
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Before I Sleep by Cynthia Harrod-Eagles
DCI Bill Slider tries to determine what happened to a mature, sensible woman who left her West London house for her weekly pottery class and never returned in the latest novel of the long-running series following Dying Fall.
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Death of a Traitor by M. C. Beaton and R. W. Green
When the nosiest neighbor in Lochdubh is seen lugging a heavy suitcase to the bus stop, town residents are pleased, until they discover she’s gone missing, in the latest addition to the long-running series following Death of a Green-Eyed Monster.
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The Donut Legion by Joe R. Lansdale
When his ex-wife, Meg, who works at a local donut shop run by an evangelist cult who believes in an extraterrestrial Second Coming, goes missing, Charlie Garner, along with his brother and a reporter, uncovers strange and frightening details in his quest to rescue Meg.
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The Golden Spoon by Jessa Maxwell
During her annual televised baking competition on her Vermont estate, celebrated baker Betsy Martin, hailed as “America’s Grandmother,” finds murder in the mix when a body is discovered, and everyone is a suspect.
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Good Dog, Bad Cop: A K Team Novel by David Rosenfelt
Paterson Police Department's Corey Douglas and his K Team investigate a suspicious crime near the Long Island sound that resulted in two deaths and a cold case in the fourth novel of the series following Citizen K-9.
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Hiss & Tell by Rita Mae Brown
When a series of mysterious deaths spoil the Christmas season in Crozet, Virginia, Mary Minor "Harry" Harristeen and her beloved cats and dogs lend the police a helping paw.
The Kind Worth Saving by Peter Swanson
When a troubled woman from his past wants proof her husband is cheating, this simple case of infidelity turns into a murder investigation, forcing PI Henry Kimball to go back to one of the worst days of his life to uncover the truth.
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Lemon Curd Killer by Laura Childs
When murder takes center stage during Charleston Fashion Week, tea shop entrepreneur Theodosia Browning, implored by the victim’s daughter to help find the killer, enters a world of backstabbing business partners, crazed clothing designers, angry film producers and drug deals.
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A Mansion for Murder by Frances Brody
Old bones speak from the grave as a curse descends on Saltaire. Kate Shackleton No. 13
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Now You See Us by Balli Kaur Jaswal
When a Filipina maid is arrested for murdering her female employer, three Filipina other domestic workers—Corazon, Donita and Angel—are shocked into action, using their moxie and insight to piece together the mystery of what really happened—and exposing the secrets of Singapore’s elite along the way.
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The Raven Thief by Gigi Pandian
Taking part in a mock seance to remove any trace of her cheating ex-husband, famous mystery author Corbin Colt, from her life, Tempest Raj is stunned when his dead body crashes the party, and when suspicion falls on her beloved grandfather, she must conjure up the real killer. Secret Staircase Mystery No. 2
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A Sinister Revenge by Deanna Raybourn
After receiving a cryptic, but threatening letter, Lord Templeton-Vane invites Veronica and her beau, Stoker, to a dinner party to help lure out the criminal in the eighth novel of the series following An Impossible Impostor. Veronica Speedwell No. 8
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So Shall You Reap by Donna Leon
Assigned to investigate the murder of an undocumented Sri Lankan immigrant, Commissario Guido Brunetti must rely on gossip and the memories of people who knew the victim, and as parts of the puzzle come together, a connection to his own youthful past turns out to be the final piece. Commissario Brunetti No. 32
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Standing Dead by Margaret Mizushima
Deputy Mattie Cobb and her sister, Julia, travel to Mexico to visit their mother, but when they arrive, they discover that she and her husband have vanished without a trace. Back in Timber Creek, Mattie finds a chilling note on her front door telling her to look for “him” among the standing dead up in the high country. Timber Creek K-9 Mysteries No. 8
Vera Wong's Unsolicited Advice for Murderers by Jesse Q. Sutanto
When she discovers a dead man in the middle of her tea shop, Vera Wong, a suspicious Chinese mother with time on her hands, calls the police but not before swiping the flash drive from the body, setting a trap for the killer that becomes complicated by unexpected friendships with her customers.
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The White Lady by Jacqueline Winspear
A former wartime operative and trained killer, Elinor White, settling in Kent, England, keeps to herself until the powerful Mackie crime family threatens her neighbors and former wartime colleagues, who know the truth about what happened in 1944, help free her from her past.
The Dangerous One by Lori Foster
Living alone and keeping his interactions with people to a minimum, Hunter Osborn, when Jodi Bentley moves into the run-down cabin next door, struggling with her own traumatic past, is drawn into her dark world when her life is threatened.
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For Twice in My Life by Annette Christie
A second try at love becomes more than one woman bargained for in a romantic new novel from the author of The Rehearsals.
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Lessons at the School by the Sea by Jenny Colgan
During summer holiday, beloved high school teacher Maggie Adair, despite being engaged to another man, falls for her colleague, David McDonald, and faces an uncertain future, while the girls of Downey House each have their own challenges during the break.
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Once upon a Buggy by Shelley Shepard Gray
Returning home to Apple Creek after being away for six years, Carl Hilty, hoping to reconnect with May, who blames herself for the accident that left him devastatingly burned, believes she no longer wants anything to do with him until his tightknit Amish community show him otherwise. The Amish of Apple Creek No. 2
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A Broken People's Playlist: Stories from Songs by Chimeka Garricks
An interlinked collection of short fiction is set among the denizens of Nigeria’s Port Harcourt and inspired by a playlist of beloved pop songs.
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Old Babes in the Wood: Stories by Margaret Atwood
The internationally acclaimed, award-winning author of The Handmaid’s Tale presents this stunning collection of short stories that showcase both her creativity and her humanity as she explores family relationships, marriage, loss and memory and what it means to spend a life together.
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The Refusal Camp by James R. Benn
The award-winning author of the Billy Boyle World War II mysteries presents an eclectic mix of new and previously published stories full of terror, action and humor that are rife with historical detail and riveting wartime storytelling.
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White Cat, Black Dog by Kelly Link
Inspired by the Brothers Grimm, 17th-century French lore and Scottish ballads, this clever collection of reinvented fairy tales expertly blends realism and the speculative as characters hunt for love, connection, revenge or their own sense of purpose.
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48 Clues into the Disappearance of My Sister by Joyce Carol Oates
Gigi's hatred for her beautiful sister is slowly revealed after Marguerite goes missing from her small town in upstate New York, leaving a behind a silk Dior dress on the floor and prints from her Ferragamo boots exiting the house.
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Black Wolf by Kathleen Kent
A female CIA agent whose extraordinary facial recognition powers lead her into the dangerous heart of the Soviet Union—and the path of a killer who shouldn’t exist.
Collateral Damage by J. A. Jance
In the next installment in a New York Times best-selling series, Ali Reynolds and High Noon Enterprises faces the dangerous consequences of one man’s desperate search for revenge. Ali Reynolds No. 17
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Countdown by James Patterson
A young CIA agent has been handed an impossible mission, and has five days to save the world, four days to save her family and three hours to find the world's most dangerous double-agent.
The Dig by Anne Burt
When her brother mysteriously disappears, Sarajevo-born lawyer Antonia King returns home to Thebes, Minnesota, where she unearths years of secrets and lies, leading to shocking revelations about her adoptive family—and the truth behind her biological mother’s death, forever altering her life.
A Flaw in the Design by Nathan Oates
After his nephew is orphaned, a creative writing professor and his wife must take in seventeen-year-old Matthew and are concerned and panicked when the young man begins writing chilling stories that imagine the deaths of his parents and relatives.
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Forget What You Know by Christina Dodd
Zoey Phoenix is almost killed in a car accident on the same day her mother disappears and must rely on her ex-husband for help in both her recovery and also searching for answers about what happened to her mother.
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The Guilty One by Bill Schweigart
A hero cop thwarts a brutal murder and can’t remember a thing about it; but memories return—and so do the nightmares.
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Her Deadly Game by Robert Dugoni
After a failed romance with a coworker, a Seattle prosecutor must return home to her family's failing law firm to work for her father until she accepts a high profile case in which the prosecutor is her ex.
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I Will Find You by Harlan Coben
Receiving evidence that his son might still be alive, an innocent father convicted of murdering his own child breaks out of prison to uncover the truth in the new novel by the best-selling author of The Stranger.
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Just One More by Annette Lyon
A librarian investigates her husband’s dark past and winds up dead. Now it’s up to her best friend to uncover the truth.
More Than Meets the Eye by Iris Johansen and Roy Johansen
When brutal murders with the same signature as serial killer James Michael Barrett mysteriously continue after his death, FBI consultant Kendra Michaels teams up with the only survivor of Barrett’s attacks and soon discovers the killer has a terrifying plan that they are only beginning to understand.
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Night Flight to Paris by Cara Black
In 1942, American markswoman and former spy Kate Rees is pulled out of retirement by her former handler who sends her to Paris on a dangerous three-pronged mission—one that requires her to take the shot that just might win—or lose—WWII.
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On the Line by Fern Michaels
Undergoing a series of genetic tests to learn the cause of his sudden illness, rising star chef Mateo Castillo discovers his results threatening to uncover a dark secret that will expose his family to dangers in the past, while clouding the investigation into who is trying to hurt him in the present.
The Red Balcony by Jonathan Wilson
In 1933 Palestine, Ivor Castle, while preparing for the trial of two men accused of murdering a leader of the Jewish community, falls deeply in love with an artist who may be a key witness and learns the hard way about the violence simmering just beneath the surface of British colonial rule.
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Red Queen by Juan Gomez-Jurado
After a personal trauma, Antonia Scott, whose ability to reconstruct crimes and solve baffling murders is legendary, refuses to continue her work until she is drawn into a macabre, ritualistic murder investigation by a desperate police officer with his own agenda.
Those Empty Eyes by Charlie Donlea
Ten years after being exonerated in the massacre of her family, legal investigator Alex Armstrong, still searching for answers, finds her crusade to help a man who’s under suspicion in the disappearance of his journalist girlfriend resulting in unexpected connections to the murder of her own family.
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What Have We Done by Alex Finlay
The survivors of Savior House, an abusive group home for wayward teens, are forced to come together when someone one starts killing them one by one—a reunion none of them asked for or wanted, but one that may be the only way to save all their lives.
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White Fox by Owen Matthews
In 1963, in a desolate Russian penal colony, when a violent revolt breaks out, Lieutenant Colonel Alexander Vasin, a disgraced KGB agent, finds himself on the run with a mysterious prisoner holding the most dangerous secret in the world: who ordered the murder of President Kennedy.
Wolf Trap by Connor Sullivan
A former Ground Branch paramilitary officer, Brian Rhome, thinking his time with this elite group of shadow operatives was over, instead finds himself in the midst of a deadly conspiracy that threatens the highest levels of American democracy.
You Never Know by Connie Briscoe
After someone breaks into her home and tries to assault her, Alexis Roberts, who is hearing impaired, believes the intruder is her husband, who, after she made a horrifying discovery, disappeared without a trace, and finds herself trapped in a nightmare of fear and uncertainty.