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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.