Anon Pls. by Deuxmoi
A debut novel by the anonymous creator of "the Internet's best gossip" Instagram account takes readers behind the scenes in a novel that recounts her accidental rise to becoming the queen of blind-items.
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Before Your Memory Fades by Toshikazu Kawaguchi
Four new customers at Tokyo's tiny Cafe Funiculi Funicula are offered the chance to travel back in time along with their coffee orders in the fifth novel of the series following The Dark Hours.
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The Boy and the Dog by Seishu Hase
After a devastating earthquake and tsunami, a young man in Japan finds a stray dog named Tamon, becoming the first in a series of people whose lives Tamon changes on his five-year journey to be reunited with his beloved first owner.
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Curse of the Reaper by Brian McAuley
A horror tale about an aging actor haunted by the slasher movie villain he brought to life.
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Flight by Lynn Steger Strong
A group of siblings and their spouses gather for Christmas in upstate New York to try decide through rising tensions and old hurts what to do with the house their recently deceased mother has left them.
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Foster by Claire Keegan
An Irish child taken by her father to live with relatives on a farm finds the love and affection she never knew before and begins to thrive in the internationally best-selling novel now available as a standalone book.
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Fourteen Days: An Unauthorized Gathering by Margaret Atwood
Set in a Lower East Side tenement in the early days of the COVID-19 lockdowns, Fourteen Days is a surprising and irresistibly propulsive novel with an unusual twist: each character in this diverse, eccentric cast of New York neighbors has been secretly written by a different, major literary voice—from Margaret Atwood and Douglas Preston to Tommy Orange and Celeste Ng.
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I Am the Light of This World by Michael Parker
Released from prison after serving 40 years for a crime he didn’t commit, Earl finds his way to a small town on the Oregon coast where he hopes to establish a sense of freedom until his past returns, threatening to upend his new life.
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Idol, Burning by Rin Usami
Obsessed with a member of a popular J-Pop group, socially awkward high school junior Akari, when he is accused of assaulting a female fan, does everything in her power to save the man whom she believes is the only one who understands her although they never even met.
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The Lemon Squad by S. E. Boyd
When the universally adored host of a culinary travel show is found dead in a Belfast hotel room in an apparent suicide, a group of friends, fixers, hustlers and opportunists vie to seize control of the narrative, in this darkly hilarious and ultimately devastating interrogation of the underside of success and fame.
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The Magic Kingdom by Russell Banks
In 1971, a property speculator records his life story, reflecting on his time in a community of Shakers in Florida, which saved his family from complete ruin, and meditating on youth, belief, betrayal, Florida’s everchanging landscape and the search for an American utopia.
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Meredith, Alone by Claire Alexander
Not leaving her house in 1,214 days, Meredith Maggs is kept company by visits from her best friend, her online support group and her treacherous memories of a traumatizing past, but when the world comes knocking at her door, she must find the courage to answer.
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None of This Would Have Happened If Prince Were Alive by Carolyn Prusa
Struggling to evacuate Savannah as a Category Four hurricane bears down, Ramona, along with her entourage, navigates police check points, bathroom emergencies, demands from her boss, torrential downpours and calls from her cheating ex, while wishing for the days when her life was like a Prince song.
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Now Is Not the Time to Panic by Kevin Wilson
Twenty years after secretly causing panic in her hometown through the written word and artwork, along with a fellow loner named Zeke, famous author, mom and wife Frances Eleanor Budge gets a call that brings her past rushing back, threatening to upend everything.
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A Quiet Life by Ethan Joella
Three people each coping with the loss of someone close to them in a close-knit Pennsylvania suburb learn that there is wisdom in their grief in the new novel from the author of A Little Hope.
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Small Game by Blair Braverman
Cast in a new show called Civilization, survivalist Mara and her four teammates, after something goes horribly wrong, stranding them In the northern wilds, face terrifying decisions as “survival” becomes more than a game.
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Someday, Maybe by Onyi Nwabineli
After her husband, the greatest love of her life, commits suicide, a young woman finds the strength to move on with the help of her tight-knit Nigerian family and happy memories of the man she’ll never forget.
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The Sorcerer of Pyongyang by Marcel Theroux
A novel about a North Korean boy whose life is irrevocably changed when he stumbles across a mysterious Western book—a guide to Dungeons & Dragons.
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The Stolen Book of Evelyn Aubrey by Serena Burdick
When she discovers that her great-great grandmother was the author Evelyn Aubrey, whose shocking disappearance in 1898 led London society to believe she was murdered, Abigail journeys to England in search of answers, suspecting Evelyn wrote a new chapter of her life to take charge of her future.
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Strega by Johanne Lykke Holm
While working at the Olympic Hotel in Strega, nine young women, contorting themselves daily to the expectations of their strict, matronly bosses, seek solace in each other until one of them disappears, in this allegory for the societal rites, expectations of women and the violence we too easily allow.
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They’re Going to Love You by Meg Howrey
Nineteen years after a passionate love affair created a rift between her family, Carlisle must face the events of that fateful summer, in this mesmerizing tale of betrayal, art and ambition set in the world of professional ballet, NYC during the AIDS crisis and present day Los Angeles.
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To Fill a Yellow House by Sussie Anie
Moving to a new part of London, Kwasi finds refuge and inspiration in an eclectic and run-down charity shop where he forms an unexpected friendship with its owner, giving each of them a new sense of belonging until local politics threaten to divide them.
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Toad by Katherine Dunn
A previously unpublished novel of the reflections of a deeply scarred and reclusive woman.
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Trespasses by Louise Kennedy
Cushla, living a quiet life with her mother near Belfast, finds herself caught between allegiance to her community and unsanctioned love when her affair with a married, Protestant barrister, who’s made a name for himself defending IRA members, threatens everything and everyone she most wants to protect.
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We All Want Impossible Things by Catherine Newman
When Edith, her best friend of 42 years, succumbs to ovarian cancer, spending her last days at a hospital near her, Ashley, stumbling around into heartbreak, helps Edith celebrate her life as they reminisce, hold on and try to let go.
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We Are the Light by Matthew Quick
After the death of his wife, whom he insists visits him every night in the form of an angel, Lucas Goodgame forms an unlikely alliance with a young man, ostracized by their community, who begins camping out in his backyard, bringing with him hope and the power to heal.
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White Horse by Erika Wurth
A gritty, vibrant debut novel about an Indigenous woman who must face her past when she discovers a bracelet haunted by her mother’s spirit.
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The Whittiers by Danielle Steel
In a novel from a #1 New York Times best-selling author, adult siblings find their way back home—and back to each other—after loss.
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Wilderwomen by Ruth Emmie Lang
An Ohioana Book Award finalist returns with a new cast of ordinary characters with extraordinary abilities.
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The Wintering Place by Kevin McCarthy
In the Dakota Territory in 1867, the O’Driscoll brothers, soldiers who have deserted the Indian Wars after surviving a Sioux massacre, seek refuge off of Bozeman Trail with the women they love where, while the world seeks its way to them, human nature makes its own trouble.
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A Wish for Winter by Viola Shipman
After being stood-up by a man she connected with at the starting line of an annual 5k "Santa Run" a woman is shocked when her grandparents try to help find him by authoring a social media post that goes viral.
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