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Autonomous by Annalee Newitz
A science-fiction debut by the founder of the website io9 features a rakish pharmaceutical pirate who travels the world in a sub to bring cheap medicine to the poor and a jaded military agent and robot who fall in love while attempting to stop the spread of a dangerous addictive drug.
Fever by Deon Meyer
Expert boy marksman Nico Storm and his wise-leader father, Willem, must forge a new community in South Africa from the few survivors of a deadly virus.
Godsgrave by Jay Kristoff
Learning that the people responsible for the destruction of her family will be making a rare public appearance, Mia defies the Church and sells herself to a gladiatorial collegium, where she encounters new allies, bitter rivals and more questions about her strange affinity for speaking with shadows. The Nevernight Chronicle No. 2
Magicians Impossible by Robert Bradley Abraham
Discovering that he is descended from a line of magical spies, a 20-something slacker, reeling from his estranged father's suicide, is thrust into the middle of a centuries-old war involving a shadowy cabal of witches and warlocks who were responsible for his mother's death years earlier.
The Man in the Tree by Sage Walker
When the decimation of Earth compels the world's nations to pool their last resources to build a seed ship to carry colonists on a multigenerational journey to a distant planet, a suspicious death prompts a determined effort to prevent a saboteur from threatening the mission. By the award-winning author of Whiteout.
Phasma by Delilah S. Dawson
Discover Captain Phasma’s mysterious history in this "Journey to Star Wars: The Last Jedi" novel.
Provenance by Ann Leckie
Power-driven young woman Ingray has just one chance to secure the status that she craves and regain priceless lost artifacts prized by her people: she must free their thief from a prison planet from which no one has ever returned.
Retrograde by Peter Cawdron
Buried deep beneath the surface of Mars to protect it from radiation, the fledgling Endeavour colony—consisting of 120 scientists, astronauts, medical staff and engineers—is presented with the ultimate challenge when disaster strikes Earth.
The Salt Line by Holly Goddard Jones
In a future world where the United States' borders have receded behind a ring of scorched earth to protect citizens from deadly disease-carrying ticks, a group of extreme adventurers find themselves at the center of a murderous plot. By the award-winning author of The Next Time You See Me.
Sea of Rust by C. Robert Cargill
Decades after an apocalyptic event wipes out the human race, a robot member of a growing underground of outcast AIs who do not want to cede their individuality to a ruling mainframe brain struggles with the crimes that robots committed on humanity while attempting to maintain his deteriorating parts. By the author of Queen of the Dark Things.
A Secret History of Witches by Louisa Morgan
Follows five generations of women—all of whom happen to be witches—from 19th-century Brittany to London during World War II.
Tarnished City by Vic James
A next entry in the darkly fantastical series that began with Gilded Cage finds the brother-and-sister revolutionaries confronting the possible failure of their efforts to end lower-class forced servitude at the same time the mysterious young aristocrat reveals the incredible extent of his dark gifts. Dark Gifts No. 2
The Best Kind of People by Zoe Whittall
When a celebrated teacher is arrested for sexual impropriety at an elite prep school, his wife and children are rendered social outcasts throughout an impossible defense proceeding that causes them to question their memories and motives.
The Exact Nature of Our Wrongs by Janet Peery
Gathering on a summer evening to celebrate the birthday of their ailing patriarch, the Campbell family confronts the difficult realities of an offspring's addiction problems, his mother's enabling behaviors and his siblings' conflicted views. By the National Book Award-finalist author of The River Beyond the World.
Forest Dark by Nicole Krauss
Giving away all of his personal possessions after retiring, a once-ambitious man embarks on a journey to honor his parents in Israel, where a blocked writer is drawn into a mystery that alters her life in unimaginable ways. By the award-winning author of The History of Love.
The Golden House by Salman Rushdie
A novel inspired by today's headlines follows the experiences of a real-estate tycoon and his mysterious, corrupt family, who become the subjects of an aspiring filmmaker's project before revelations of monstrous past activities give way to the rise of a mad presidential candidate. By the award-winning author of Midnight's Children.
Hanna Who Fell From the Sky by Christopher Meades
A week before she is to become a polygamist's fifth wife, Hanna meets Daniel, an enigmatic stranger from outside the secluded community of Clearhaven, who challenges her to question her fate and to follow her own will—and a long-held secret shared by mother just may make that possible.
Holly and Ivy by Fern Michaels
Facing another holiday season alone eight years after losing her husband and children in a plane crash, an airline heiress bonds with a young singing prodigy from a home where music is forbidden by the girl's grieving widower father. By the best-selling author of the Godmothers series.
Lea: A Novel by Pascal Mercier
A father’s love for his daughter knows no bounds as her obsessive desire to become a concert violinist drives them both to the brink of destruction.
Little Fires Everywhere by Celeste Ng
Fighting an ugly custody battle with an artistic tenant who has little regard for the strict rules of their progressive Cleveland suburb, a straitlaced family woman who is seeking to adopt a baby becomes obsessed with exposing the tenant's past, only to trigger devastating consequences for both of their families.
Sing, Unburied, Sing by Jesmyn Ward
Living with his grandparents and toddler sister on a Gulf Coast farm, Jojo navigates the challenges of his tormented mother's addictions and his grandmother's terminal cancer before the release of his father from prison prompts a road trip of danger and hope. By the National Book Award-winning author of Salvage the Bones.
Something Like Happy by Eva Woods
Thirty-five-year-old Annie Hebden is stuck in a rut until her bubbly new friend, Polly Leonard, challenges her to try a new way to be happy each day for 100 days.
Sourdough by Robin Sloan
Enduring a virtually solitary existence working for an ambitious software company, an exhausted coder is bequeathed a sourdough recipe from sibling bakers who are forced to close their shop, a gift that leads to a new vocation, a legal dispute and a venture into a secret market that fuses food with technology. By the author of Mr. Penumbra's 24-Hour Bookstore.
To Be Where You Are by Jan Karon
Father Tim Kavanagh struggles to find meaning in an unexpected new job, while newlyweds Dooley and Lace are stricken by a crisis that overshadows their happiness, and 4-year-old Jack Tyler looks forward to the biggest day of his young life. By the best-selling author of Come Rain or Come Shine. Mitford No. 14
The Trick by Emanuel Bergmann
A desperately optimistic 10-year-old boy seeks out a cynical, once-famed stage magician from Prague when the boy becomes convinced that the magician's mysterious love spell will heal his parents' strained marriage. A first novel.
Caroline: Little House, Revisited by Sarah Miller
Authorized by the Little House estate, a retelling of the early pioneering journeys of the Ingalls family is told from the perspective of a pregnant Caroline, who in the frigid winter of 1870 leaves the safety of Wisconsin for a life of hazards and promise in unsettled Kansas Indian Territory.
A Column of Fire by Ken Follett
A half-century love affair between a man in service to Elizabeth I and a woman on the opposing side of England's religious divide is challenged by violent ideological power shifts, torn loyalties and the queen's circle of spies, in a latest entry in the best-selling series that includes The Pillars of the Earth. Kingsbridge No. 3
The Good People by Hannah Kent
Three women in 19th-century Ireland bond over a shared effort to rescue a child from a superstitious community that believes that his trauma-related inability to speak indicates that he is a changeling responsible for a series of misfortunes. By the award-winning author of Burial Rites.
Love and Other Consolation Prizes by Jamie Ford
A half-Chinese orphan whose mother sacrificed everything to give him a better chance is raffled off as a prize at Seattle's 1909 World's Fair, only to land in the ownership of the madam of a notorious brothel where he finds friendship and opportunities, in a story based on true events. By the best-selling author of Songs of Willow Frost.
The Ninth Hour by Alice McDermott
A portrait of the Irish-American experience is presented through the story of an Irish immigrant's suicide and how it reverberates through innumerable lives in early 20th-century Catholic Brooklyn. By the National Book Award-winning author of Charming Billy.
Savage Country by Robert Olmstead
Bankrupted by her husband's folly and death, a late-19th-century widow embarks on a buffalo hunt with her estranged, mysterious brother-in-law, only to find herself fighting for their land as well as the lives of the hired men and families in their charge. By the award-winning author of Coal Black Horse.
The Twelve-Mile Straight by Eleanor Henderson
When a Depression-era girl gives birth to twins, including one that is dark skinned, a black man is murdered amid allegations of rape, an act that reverberates throughout the plantation and forces the young mother to raise her children in an environment fraught with precarious lies. By the author of Ten Thousand Saints.
Under a Pole Star by Stef Penney
A whaler's daughter, Flora Mackie first crossed the Arctic Circle at the age of 12 and fell in love with the unforgiving terrain, and, in 1889, despite those who believe that a woman has no place in this harsh world, she heads back to Greenland at the head of a British expedition. By the best-selling author of The Tenderness of Wolves.
The Unquiet Grave by Sharyn McCrumb
A tale based on the bizarre 1897 case of the Greenbrier Ghost follows the "talking therapy" of an asylum inmate, a black attorney who decades earlier helped to defend a white man on trial for the murder of his young bride, who famously implicated her husband from beyond the grave. By the best-selling author of the Ballad series.
The Vengeance of Mothers by Jim Fergus
A sequel to the award-winning One Thousand White Women follows the embittered journal of a woman who assisted the government's "Brides for Indians" program in 1873, only to become fully absorbed into Cheyenne culture in the face of white society's rejection.
The World of Tomorrow by Brendan Mathews
Fleeing Ireland for New York City after stealing a small fortune from the IRA, three brothers immerse themselves in the cultural and political tensions of 1939, only to find their lives falling apart when they are tracked down by a hired assassin.
Mystery & Detective
The Blood Card by Elly Griffiths
Edgar Stephens heads to New York to investigate a mesmerist who may be involved in the death of a British war hero right before the coronation of Elizabeth II in the latest installment of the series following Smoke and Mirrors. Magic Men Mysteries No. 3
Bluebird, Bluebird by Attica Locke
Forced by duty to return to his racially divided East Texas hometown, an African-American Texas Ranger risks his job and reputation to investigate a highly charged double-murder case involving a black Chicago lawyer and a local white woman. By the award-winning author of Pleasantville.
Body on Baker Street by Vicki Delany
When the author of thr controversial Hudson and Holmes mystery series comes to their bookshop for an author signing—and winds up dead—owners Gemma Doyle and Jayne Wilson must do their best to clear the name of one of their patrons and deduce the real killer. By a best-selling author. Sherlock Holmes Bookshop Mysteries No. 2
A Casualty of War by Charles Todd
Caring for an increasingly unstable soldier who believes his cousin is responsible for multiple injuries, battlefield nurse Bess Crawford investigates the patient's claims, only to find herself in unexpected danger. By the award-winning author of The Shattered Tree. Bess Crawford No. 9
Dead Woman Walking by S. J. Bolton
A standalone thriller by the award-winning author of the Lacey Flint series follows the experiences of the survivor of a hot-air balloon crash who discovers she does not know who she can trust after witnessing a murder.
An Echo of Murder by Anne Perry
Investigating the gruesome murder of a Hungarian warehouse owner, Thames River Police Commander Monk is challenged to rethink his crimesolving techniques in order to avoid being caught in the crosshairs of violence stemming from ethnic prejudice. By the best-selling author of the Charlotte and Thomas Pitt series. William Monk No. 23
The Essence of Malice by Ashley Weaver
Traveling to Paris with Milo to investigate the death of a famous parfumier, Amory discovers that the victim was just about to release a highly anticipated new fragrance and had been increasingly targeted by industry rivals and heirs who would seize control of his empire. Armory Ames No. 4
The Girl Who Takes an Eye for an Eye by David Lagercrantz
Accepting help from investigative journalist Mikael Blomkvist to uncover the truth about her traumatic childhood, Lisbeth Salander, the girl with the dragon tattoo, navigates dangerous obstacles in the form of an anti-Muslim gang, her mafia-connected twin and the conductors of a sinister pseudoscientific experiment. Millennium No. 5
Lightning Men by Thomas Mullen
Officers Smith, Rake and Boggs and their sergeant navigate volatile racial tensions in 1950 Atlanta, including Rake's once-white neighborhood's violent efforts to force out Smith's black family and an upsurge in drug territory wars. By the award-winning author of The Last Town on Earth. Darktown No. 2
Miss Kopp's Midnight Confessions by Amy Stewart
Deputy Sheriff Constance Kopp and her sister Fleurette defend the young women being brought into the 1916 Hackensack jail under dubious charges like waywardness and incorrigibility, in the latest addition to the series following Lady Cop Makes Trouble. Kopp Sisters No. 3
Missing Persons by Michael Brandman
Reluctantly agreeing to succeed his ailing sheriff father, former LAPD homicide detective Buddy Steel investigates the disappearance of a renowned television minister's wife, only to become embroiled in a case involving con artists, gangs and corruption. By the best-selling author of Killing the Blues. Buddy Steel No. 1
Murderous Mistral: A Provence Mystery by Cay Rademacher
Vilified for his successful corruption investigations into his colleagues, Capitaine Roger Blanc is relocated to the south of France at the expense of his marriage and tackles a first murder case involving a reviled outsider whose demise is linked to the dark undercurrents of Provence. By the award-winning author of The Murderer in Ruins. Roger Blanc No. 1
A Place in the Wind by Suzanne Chazin
Detective Jimmy Vega has his hands full when the disappearance of a teenage girl in upstate New York sets off a powder keg of accusations, bigotry and fear—with deadly results. Jimmy Vega Mysteries No. 4
Robert B. Parker's The Hangman's Sonnet by Reed Farrel Coleman
Struggling to hold himself together through Suitcase Simpson's wedding while grieving the loss of his fiancée, Jesse Stone investigates the death of an elderly woman whose demise may be linked to the disappearance of a master recording tape by a decades-reclusive music genius. Jesse Stone No. 16
The Scarred Woman by Jussi Adler-Olsen
Unable to determine links between a Copenhagen park murder and another unsolved case that is unsettlingly similar, Detective Carl Morck of Department Q finds his job and division on the line at the same time the team investigates a possible crime that a struggling Rose has brought to light. By the best-selling author of The Keeper of Lost Causes. Department Q No. 7
The Seagull by Ann Cleeves
Following leads to the site of a missing con man's body, Inspector DI Vera Stanhope discovers links between the cold case, a 1980s bar and her own father. By the award-winning author of Raven Black. Vera Stanhope No. 8
Sleep Like a Baby by Charlaine Harris
Stricken with flu while Robin is on a business trip, Roe accepts the help of an in-home nurse who goes missing on a stormy night at the same time that a body is found outside the house. By the best-selling author of the Sookie Stackhouse series. Aurora Teagarden No. 10
Trace by Archer Mayor
While Joe Gunther takes time off to care for an ailing family member, the VBI finds their hands full with three separate big cases involving a roommate's murder by contract, the cold-case double murder of a state trooper and motorist and an act of sabotage on critical military equipment. By the author of Presumption of Guilt. Joe Gunther No. 28
Turkey Trot Murder by Leslie Meier
An uneventful Thanksgiving season is shattered by the overdose-related death of a wealthy investor's daughter, a tragedy that Lucy Stone links to the possible schemes of the victim's pregnant stepmother. By the best-selling author of Candy Corn Murder. Lucy Stone No. 24
Wagging Through the Snow by Laurien Berenson
With Christmas approaching, Melanie Travis investigates a possible murder after discovering a whimpering Maltese beside the dead body of a squatter on the property that her ex-husband just bought, in the latest holiday addition to the series following Live and Let Growl. Melanie Travis Mysteries No. 20
The Western Star by Craig Johnson
Sheriff Walt Longmire navigates a violent convergence of his past and present during a parole hearing for one of the most dangerous men he has ever met, a criminal whose thirst for vengeance threatens everyone Walt cares about and echoes the complicated dynamics from a Vietnam-era sheriff's convention. Longmire Mysteries No. 13
The Christmas Room by Catherine Anderson
Moving to scenic Bitterroot Valley in Montana, a grieving widow watches her adult son move on with the daughter of an irascible neighbor, a once-respected pillar of the community who has succumbed to bitterness in the wake of his own heartbreak. By the award-winning author of Mulberry Moon.
Dark Legacy by Christine Feehan
Struggling to manage the pain that has overwhelmed her since her ordeal in the underground labyrinth, Emeline Sanchez is haunted by the voice of the evil master vampire who exchanged blood with her and considers a terrible sacrifice to protect the children once under his thrall. Carpathian No. 31
George and Lizzie by Nancy Pearl
A first novel by the "America's Librarian" NPR books commentator traces the story of a couple challenged by very different views of love and marriage, who must confront their disparate feelings of fulfillment as well as a difficult secret from the past.
Second Chance Girl by Susan Mallery
A biologist finds herself falling for her handsome neighbor after they spend time together trying to adopt a herd for her lonely giraffe in the second novel of the series following You Say It First. Happily, Inc. No. 2
Secrets in Death by J. D. Robb
When a professional gossip informant is murdered in a chic Manhattan hotspot, Eve Dallas learns that the woman had been hiding her most shocking information through a system of strategic blackmail, a situation that forces Eve to uncover sordid secrets that threaten her own safety. By the best-selling author of Obsession in Death. In Death No. 45
A Snow Country Christmas by Linda Lael Miller
Contented with her life in Mustang Creek, a graphic artist and single mom is challenged by her opposites-attract fling with a Hollywood executive during a short-term visit that is complicated by unexpected feelings. Carsons of Mustang Creek No. 4
The Summer That Made Us by Robyn Carr
Returning to her childhood summer home to rebuild her life after losing her job, a television talk-show host is flooded with memories of the summers she spent with her sisters and cousins before a tragic event that they seem to remember quite differently.
The Woman Who Couldn't Scream by Christina Dodd
Traveling the world beside the wealthy older man who regards her as his trophy, beautiful Merida, a woman unable to speak because of a traumatic accident years earlier, reinvents herself and vows revenge on those responsible for her pain in the aftermath of her husband's death. By the award-winning author of Because I'm Watching. Virtue Falls No. 4
Five-Carat Soul by James McBride
The National Book Award-winning author presents a never-before-published collection of stories that are funny and poignant, insightful and unpredictable and imaginative and authentic, and explore the ways we learn from the world and the people around us.
Best Day Ever by Kaira Rouda
As Paul and Mia Strom drive out of the city and toward the countryside, a spike of tension begins to wedge itself between them and doubts start to arise. How much do they trust each other? And how perfect is their marriage, or any marriage, really? By a USA Today best-selling author.
The Blind by A. F. Brady
As accomplished Manhattan psychologist Sam James gets pulled into patient Richard’s twisted past, she can’t help but analyze her own life, and what she discovers terrifies her.
The Child Finder by Rene Denfeld
Hired by a family that has become desperate to find the young daughter who went missing three years earlier, a talented private investigator embarks on a search in a mysterious forest in the Pacific Northwest, where she is forced to confront painful realities from her own past as a lost child.
The Cuban Affair by Nelson DeMille
When his shaky finances compel him to accept a lucrative job for a 10-day fishing tournament to Cuba, Army combat veteran-turned-charter boat captain Mac learns that one of his clients is seeking to claim millions hidden by her grandfather, who was forced to flee Castro's revolution years earlier. By the best-selling author of Plum Island.
Dinner at the Center of the Earth by Nathan Englander
The Pulitzer Prize-finalist author of For the Relief of Unbearable Urges presents a work of political suspense set in the highly charged territory of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict that pivots on a complex relationship between a secret prisoner and the guard who has watched him for more than a dozen years.
Enemy of the State by Vince Flynn & Kyle Mills
In the aftermath of a secret non-aggression pact that America will cover up evidence of Saudi involvement in the September 11 attacks in exchange for oil, evidence of hostile Saudi activity forces Mitch Rapp to resign from the CIA and assume the guise of a traitor as part of a covert mission to keep the peace. Mitch Rapp No. 14
Enigma by Catherine Coulter
Agents Savich and Sherlock network with agent Cam Wittier and New York Special Forces agent Jack Cabot in a race against time to catch an international criminal and solve the enigma of the man called John Doe. By the best-selling author of Insidious. FBI Thrillers No. 21
Good Me Bad Me by Ali Land
A debut novel of psychological suspense follows the experiences of the 15-year-old daughter of a serial killer who, in spite of a new identity and placement in an affluent foster family, wrestles with the decision not to follow in her mother's violent footsteps in the face of bullies, a teacher's discovery and threats against a vulnerable friend.
Haunted by James Patterson & James O. Born
Vacationing in the Maine woods after a series of traumatic crises, detective Michael Bennett is pulled into the case of a series of child disappearances from a tight-knit community that is reeling from a deadly addiction. Michael Bennett No. 10
Keep Her Safe by Sophie Hannah
A British woman's relaxing holiday at a sunny Arizona resort transforms into a dark, obsessive quest for the truth when she becomes convinced that another guest is the woman who disappeared in a sensational headline case years earlier. By the best-selling author of The Monogram Murders.
A Legacy of Spies by John le Carré
A long-anticipated new Smiley novel finds George Smiley, his colleague Peter Guillam and other former members of the British Secret Service facing charges for decades-old, once-toasted intelligence operations by a generation that is unfamiliar with the dynamics of the Cold War. By the best-selling author of Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy. George Smiley No. 9
Lie to Me by J. T. Ellison
When his wife, Sutton, disappears while they are having marital problems, leaving behind a note saying not to look for her, Ethan Montclair becomes the target of vicious gossip as friends, family and the media speculate on what really happened to Sutton. By a New York Times best-selling author.
Proof of Life by Judith A. Jance
When his longtime nemesis dies in what is officially declared an accidental fire, uncomfortably retired J. P. Beaumont is unexpectedly dragged into an ensuing investigation at the request of the deceased. By the author of the Joanna Brady series. J. P. Beaumont No. 23
The Romanov Ransom by Clive Cussler & Robin Burcell
Husband-and-wife team Sam and Remi Fargo investigate a kidnapping that may be linked to the Nazi-stolen Romanov ransom, a case that is complicated by the heinous acts of a guerrilla faction that would establish the Fourth Reich. By the authors of Pirate. Sam and Remi Fargo Adventures No. 9
The Second Sister by Claire Kendal
An obsessive quest to solve the mystery of her older sister’s disappearance puts a young woman in mortal jeopardy.
Sleeping Beauties by Stephen King & Owen King
A father-son collaboration envisions a near-future where the women succumb to a sleeping disease, the men revert to their increasingly primal natures and one woman, mysteriously immune, struggles to survive in an Appalachian prison town where she is treated alternately as a demon and a lab specimen.
The Trust by Ronald H. Balson
Reluctantly returning to Northern Ireland for the funeral of a murdered uncle, Liam is further shocked to learn that his uncle has left his estate to a secret trust that cannot be distributed until his killer, who may be targeting other family members, is brought to justice. By the best-selling author of Once We Were Brothers. Liam Taggart & Catherine Lockhart No. 4
The Visitors by Catherine Burns
Living with her domineering brother in a crumbling mansion on the edge of a northern seaside resort, Marion, a timid spinster in her 50s, struggles to ignore the evidence of her brother's deviant activities until his heart attack forces her to uncover his secrets and confront the truth of her own dark nature. A first novel.
White Bodies by Jane Robins
Worrying about the psychological consequences of her brother-in-law's domineering personality on her increasingly traumatized twin, an unassuming woman joins an internet support group for victims of abuse and begins to question her own judgment when a new acquaintance is killed before her brother-in-law dies under suspicious circumstances.
Wicked Deeds by Heather Graham
A romantic weekend for historian Vickie Preston and special agent Griffin Pryce is interrupted by the murder of a popular author in a literature-themed restaurant, a case with disturbing parallels to the works of Edgar Allan Poe. Krewe of Hunters No. 23