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Arch-Conspirator by Veronica Roth
Feeling uncontrollable rage toward her militant uncle Kreon who is rising to claim her father’s vacant throne, Antigone and her siblings, welcomed into his mansion, become captives as well as guests, but her uncle will soon learn that no cage is unbreakable -- and neither is he.
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The Cradle of Ice by James Rollins
Bonded by fate and looming disaster, a soldier, a thief, a lost prince and a young girl, hunted by hostile enemies and surrounded by war, must travel into a vast region of ice and to a sprawling capital of the world they’ve only known in stories. Moonfall series No. 2
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A Day of Fallen Night by Samantha Shannon
With the younger generation questioning the Priory’s purpose since wyrms haven’t appeared since the Nameless One, Tunuva Melim, a sister of the Priory, finds her calling when humankind needs protection after a new age of terror and violence is ushered in.
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The Destroyer of Worlds: A Return to Lovecraft Country by Matt Ruff
Set In 1957, this masterful blend of historical fiction and fantastical horror, returning to the world of Lovecraft Country, explores the meaning of death, the hold of the past on the present and the power of hope in the face of uncertainty.
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The Keeper’s Six by Kate Elliott
When her grown son is taken by a dragon lord, Esther calls on the members of her Hex to help rescue him and together they risk everything as they go undercover and try to remain hidden from the Concillium, who banned them from the Beyond.
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Nocturne by Alyssa Wees
With the Great Depression in full swing, prima ballerina Grace Dragotta, paying the high price of achieving her dream, garners the attention of a mysterious patron who, as she begins to unlock his secrets, shows her there may be another way to achieve the transcendence she’s always sought.
Venco by Cherie Dimaline
After finding a tarnished silver spoon humming with otherworldly energy, Métis millennial Lucky St. James, familiar with the magic of her Indigenous ancestors, and her cantankerous grandmother Stella are welcomed into the fold of Ven.Co — a network of witches working to return women to their rightful power.
What Price Victory? By David Weber
Starring epic heroine Honor Harrington, this stellar collection of stories from the hottest military science fiction series of all time delivers the action, courage and the pulse-pounding excitement of space naval adventure.
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Wild Massive by Scotto Moore
A glorious web of lies, secrets and humor in a breakneck, nitrous-boosted saga of the small rejecting the will of the mighty.
An Autobiography of Skin by Lakiesha Carr
Interconnected generations of Southern black women demonstrate how their experiences are carried inside the body when a new mother experiences a devastating postpartum depression and a daughter returns home to fight the ghosts of her past.
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Black Candle Women by Diane Marie Brown
Follows four generations of the Montrose family, who have been living with a curse that leaves any person they fall in love with dead, stemming back to a Voodoo sorceress in 1950s New Orleans’ French Quarter.
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Brutes by Dizz Tate
A group of young teenage girls discover a dark secret about their fame-hungry Florida town that will haunt them for the rest of their lives when their friend, the local preacher's daughter, Sammy, goes missing.
A Country You Can Leave by Asale Angel-Ajani
A young woman navigates what it means to be the Black, biracial daughter of a fiery, Russian mother when the pair find themselves homeless again and at a mobile home park in the California desert.
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The Crane Husband by Kelly Barnhill
In this contemporary retelling of “The Crane Wife” by the Newbery Medal-winning author of The Girl Who Drank the Moon, one fiercely pragmatic teen forced to grow up faster than was fair will do whatever it takes to protect her family—and change the story.
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Gone Like Yesterday by Janelle M. Williams
Zahra, a young black woman who can hear the voices of her ancestors singing to her through moths, teams up with Sammie, an outspoken Trini-American teenager who can also hear them, as the pair search for Zahra’s missing brother.
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Homestead by Melinda Moustakis
From National Book Foundation 5 Under 35 honoree and Flannery O'Connor Award comes a debut novel set in 1950s Alaska, about the turbulent marriage of two unlikely homesteaders.
Hungry Ghosts by Kevin Jared Hosein
After a young man from the poorest part of Trinidad goes missing during the end of British colonialism, a farmhand is offered a generous stipend to become a watchman and determine what happened to the missing man.
I Have Some Questions for You by Rebecca Makkai
A successful film professor returns to teach at her alma mater and becomes determined to investigate a closed murder case, in the new novel from the author of the Pulitzer Prize and National Book Award finalist The Great Believers.
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The Last Tale of the Flower Bride by Roshani Chokshi
Breaking the promise he made to his beautiful wife, to never pry into her past, when they arrive at her childhood home, a crumbling manor shrouded in mystery, a scholar of myths must choose between reality and fantasy, even if doing so threatens to destroy their marriage — or their lives.
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Little Paula by V.C. Andrews
A dark secret comes to light when Faith Eden and her brother Trevor are anxious to get back Little Paula, the baby that was ripped away from her and adopted by a wealthy family in the sequel to Eden’s Children.
Looking for Jane by Heather Marshall
A woman discovers a mysterious letter with a life-shattering confession, and her search for the recipient leads her back to the 1970s when a group of brave women operated an illegal, underground abortion network in Toronto simply called “Jane.”
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The Love Scribe by Amy Meyerson
While trying to harness her extraordinary gift — the ability to make others fall in love, Alice is summoned to the estate of the reclusive Madeline Alger and her mysterious library where she is faced with her most challenging assignment yet — one that forces her to confront her own guarded heart.
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My Last Innocent Year by Daisy Alpert Florin
A debut novel about a nonconsensual sexual encounter that propels one woman’s final semester at an elite New England college into controversy and chaos—and into an ill-advised affair with a married professor.
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The Sense of Wonder by Matthew Salesses
From the author of PEN/Faulkner finalist Disappear Doppelgänger Disappear and Craft in the Real World comes a searing masterwork on the ways Asian Americans navigate the thorny worlds of sports and entertainment when everything is stacked against them.
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Skull Water by Heinz Insu Fenkl
An intergenerational coming-of-age novel set in South Korea—about friendship, belonging, and displacement.
Someone Else’s Shoes by Jojo Moyes
When she accidentally takes the wrong gym bag, Sam Kemp tries on a pair of six-inch high Christian Louboutin red crocodile shoes that give her the confidence to change her life, while the shoes’ owner tries to cling to her glamorous life after her husband cuts her off.
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A Spell of Good Things by Ayobami Adebayo
The lives of two Nigerians, Eniola, who spends his days running small errands and begging and Wuraola, an exhausted young doctor from a wealthy family, are intertwined when sudden violence shatters them both.
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The Sweet Spot by Amy Poeppel
In the Sweet Spot, a dive bar at the heart of Greenwich Village, three women, when a baby lands on their collective doorstep, rise to the occasion in order to forgive, to forget and to track down the wayward parents, unexpectedly finding their own happily-ever-afters along the way.
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Time’s Undoing by Cheryl A. Head
Searching for answers in the unsolved murder of her great-grandfather decades ago, Meghan Mackenzie, the youngest reporter at the Detroit Free Press, spurred by the urgency of the Black Lives Matter movement, travels to Birmingham where she uncovers secrets that put her own life in danger.
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Up With the Sun by Thomas Mallon
The longtime acquaintance of a handsome could-have-been star in the 50s and 60s who faded from the spotlight until his sensational murder in 1980, pores over his life, in this part crime story, part showbiz history, part love story about personal demons and dangerously suppressed passions that span 30 years of gay life.
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Vintage Contemporaries by Dan Kois
Pulled back into her past when a posthumous work needs a publisher, reconnecting her with an old friend, successful book editor and new mom Emily is forced to reckon with her decisions, her failures and what kind of creative life she wants to lead.
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What Napoleon Could Not Do by Dk Nnuro
Envious of his sister, who achieved, as their father put it, “what Napoleon could not do,” by graduating law school in the U.S. and marrying a wealthy black businessman from Texas, Jacob, fighting for a visa to join his wife in Virginia, must learn from his dashed hopes to fulfill his own dreams.
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When the Moon Turns Blue by Pamela Terry
When an act of vandalism divides her small-town Georgia community, Marietta, recently widowed, is left to question many of her preconceived notions about her friends and family as she tries to salvage these connections in a world where these divides can no longer be ignored.
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The Woman Who Climbed Trees by Smriti Ravindra
Weaving together ghost stories, myths and song, this haunting novel follows a young bride as she leaves her life in India behind to move to Nepal with her new husband and his family, examining the loss she experiences as she gives up one home to become part of another.
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Your Driver is Waiting by Priya Guns
For the first time ever, Damani, who drives for an app, starts dating a white girl with money, but when their romance intensifies and she finally lets her guard down, her girlfriend does something unforgivable, setting off an explosive chain of events.
Code Name Sapphire by Pam Jenoff
Inspired by true events, this novel follows the story of a female World War II resistance fighter who risks her life and secret organization to save her family, in the new novel from the best-selling author of The Lost Girls of Paris.
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Essex Dogs by Dan Jones
A group of unruly archers and men-at-arms land on the beaches of Normandy in 1346 to fight for the throne in the fiction debut of the best-selling New York Times historian behind Powers and Thrones.
The House of Eve by Sadeqa Johnson
From the award-winning author of Yellow Wife, a daring and redemptive novel set in 1950s Philadelphia and Washington, DC, that explores what it means to be a woman and a mother, and how much one is willing to sacrifice to achieve her greatest goal.
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If a Poem Could Live and Breathe by Mary Calvi
The author of Dear George, Dear Mary provides a fact-based romantic speculative novel about Teddy Roosevelt’s first love.
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The Librarian of Burned Books by Brianna Labuskes
Set against the backdrop of World War II, this unforgettable novel, inspired by the true story of the Council of Books in Wartime, follows three women whose fates become intertwined by their belief in the power and goodness in the written word to triumph over the very darkest moments of war.
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Marvelous by Molly Greeley
Set in the French royal court of Catherine de’ Medici during the Renaissance, this novel follows Pedro Gonsalvus, an unusual man who, delivered by a slave broker into France’s royal court, becomes the favorite of the queen who is determined to find him a bride.
The Porcelain Moon by Janie Chang
In 1918 France, in the final days of the First World War, Pauline Deng, a young Chinese woman escaping an arranged marriage, is taken in by secretive Camille Roussel and becomes bound to this woman forever when they are forced to make a terrible decision.
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The Shadow of Perseus by Claire Heywood
This clever and female-centered reimagining of the myth of the great hero Perseus is told through the voices of three women — his mother, Danae; his trophy, Medusa; and his wife, Andromeda — whose viewpoints reveal a man who is not, in fact, a hero at all.
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The Snow Hare by Paula Lichtarowicz
In a novel of love and consequences, a woman dreams of becoming a doctor until World War II leads her instead into an astonishing love—and a fateful choice.
Stealing by Margaret Verble
In the 1950s, strong-willed and shrewd Kit Crockett, ripped from her home and Cherokee family and sent to a religious boarding school, she, along with the other Native students, is stripped of her heritage, force-fed Christian indoctrination and is sexually abused until she decides to fight back.
Don’t Fear the Reaper by Stephen Graham Jones
Returning to rural Proofrock after being released from prison, Jade Daniels runs afoul of a convicted serial killer, who escapes from a prison transfer in a blizzard, in the second novel of the series following My Heart is a Chainsaw. Indian Lake No. 2
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The Shoemaker’s Magician by Cynthia Pelayo
When her husband, a homicide detective, discovers an obscure movie poster pinned on a mutilated corpse, Paloma knows the only person who can help solve this mystery is Grand, America’s most beloved horror host, but the closer she gets to him, the more the body count rises, threatening all she holds dear.
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The Spite House by Johnny Compton
Eric Ross, on the run from a mysterious past with his two daughters in tow, takes a job as the caretaker of a house that is reputed to be haunted.
The Applicant by Nazli Koca
In 2017 Berlin, after losing her student visa, Turkish 20-something Leyla, waiting for the German court’s verdict on her future, begins to parse her unresolved past and untenable present as she decides whether to relinquish her creative dreams by marrying a conservative man or return to Turkey to her mother and sister.
Big Swiss by Jen Beagin
A woman in upstate New York who works transcribing therapy sessions for a sex coach becomes infatuated with one of his clients, a repressed married woman from Switzerland who has a refreshing attitude towards trauma.
Empty Theatre by Jac Jemc
A wildly over-the-top social satire reimagines the lives of royal cousins King Ludwig II of Bavaria and Empress Elizabeth of Austria.
Endpapers by Jennifer Savran Kelly
Dawn Levit, a bookbinder conservationist working at the Met in 2003 and dealing with her gender identity discovers a love letter hidden in the endpapers of a 1950’s lesbian pulp novel and tries to track down the author.
The Incredible Events in Women’s Cell Number 3 by Kira Yarmysh
Arrested at a Moscow anti-corruption rally and sentenced to a 10-day stretch at a special detention center, Anya shares a cell with five other women from all walks of life, and, plagued by strange nightmarish visions, discovers her cellmates may not be as ordinary as they seem.
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My Nemesis by Charmaine Craig
This tense and thought-provoking exploration of an intellectual affair and its impact on two couples follows successful writer Tessa, who forms a connection with Charlie a philosopher and scholar, as she deals with the consequences of her actions against Charlie’s traditional and subservient wife.
On the Savage Side by Tiffany McDaniel
When the bodies of six women are found in their rural Ohio town, twins sisters Arcade and Daffodil are forced to reckon with the past while the killer circles closer, and Arcade finds her promise to keep herself and her sister safe becoming increasingly desperate.
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The Shamshine Blind by Paz Pardo
In an alternate 2009 where “psychopigments” — colorful chemicals that produce almost any human emotion upon contact — are both pharmaceutical cure-alls and popular recreational drugs, Psychopigment Enforcement Agent Kay Curtida, while working on a career-making case, is led to an overdue reckoning with the truth of her own emotions.
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Stone Blind: Medusa’s Story by Natalie Haynes
Attacked by Poseidon in Athene’s temple, Medusa, the most beautiful of the Gorgon sisters, is punished and transformed into a monster whose gaze will turn any living creature to stone, forcing her into a life of solitude until Perseus embarks upon a fateful quest.
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The Sun Walks Down by Fiona McFarlane
A new novel tells the many-voiced, many-sided story of a boy lost in colonial Australia.
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The Unfortunates by J. K. Chukwu
A queer, half-Nigerian college sophomore, Sahara, who feels like an all-around failure, finds hope, answers and unexpected redemption when she sets out to find the truth about The Unfortunates — the unlucky subset of black undergrads who have been mysteriously dying.
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Victory City by Salman Rushdie
Giving rise to the great city Bisnaga, a wonder of the world, Pampa Kampana, the vessel for her namesake, the goddess Pampa, who has given her powers beyond her comprehension, attempts, over the centuries, to make good on the task the goddess set for her: women equal agency in a patriarchal world.
The Big Bundle by Max Allan Collins
Detective Nathan Heller exposes a crime with potential ties to Bobby Kennedy and Jimmy Hoffa in 1968 when he is called in to help during the kidnapping of a millionaire’s son and half the ransom money goes missing. Nathan Heller No. 18
The City Between the Bridges: 1794 by Niklas Nattoch Dag
In 1794 Stockholm, Jean Mickel Cardell, the one-armed watchman, investigates the death of Eric Three Roses’ beautiful wife on their wedding night at the behest of the girl’s mother, who is desperate for justice.
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The Cliff’s Edge by Charles Todd
In the wake of World War I, former battlefield nurse Bess Crawford is drawn into a deadly feud between two families that sets in motion a revelation with the potential to change the loves of those she loves most. Bess Crawford Mysteries No. 13
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A Courage Undimmed by Stephanie Graves
Weaving wartime intrigue, rural village life, and little-known historical facts about the role of carrier pigeons in WWII, Stephanie Graves continues the adventures of British pigeoneer Olive Bright, but as bitter cold weather forces her racing birds indoors in November 1941, Olive is assigned to a new role in the war effort--escorting none other than Lieutenant Commander Ian Fleming on his visit to the Brickendonbury Manor spy training center. Olive Bright Mysteries No. 3
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The 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. Hamish MacBeth Mysteries No. 35
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Encore in Death by J.D. Robb
Eve Dallas investigates after one half of a celebrity couple falls to the floor dead after making a toast at an event attended by A-listers in the latest addition to the long-running series following Secrets in Death. In Death No. 56
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Every Man a King by Walter Mosley
NYPD investigator Joe King Oliver is tested when asked by his billionaire friend to defend a White nationalist who has been accused of murder, in the sequel to the Edgar Award-winning Down the River Unto the Sea. King Oliver No. 2
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A Killing of Innocents by Deborah Crombie
Detective Superintendent Duncan Kincaid and his sergeant, Doug Cullen, investigate the stabbing murder of a trainee doctor at a local hospital, in the nineteenth novel of the series following A Bitter Feast. Duncan Kincaid & Gemma James No. 19
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Last Seen in Lapaz by Kwei Quartey
When a whirlwind romance leads to a brutal murder and the disappearance of a young Nigerian woman, PI Emma Djan resorts to dangerous undercover work to track her down in Accra. Emma Djan No. 3
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The Maltese Iguana by Tim Dorsey
When the only witness to a CIA revenge mission gone wrong is forced to flee his home country, he arrives in the Florida Keys where he runs into the Sunshine State’s most lovable serial killer, Serge A. Storms, and his convoy of hardcore partiers.
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Murder at an Irish Bakery by Carlene O’Connor
When a reality baking show results in the death of a contestant who is found facedown in her signature pie, Garda Siobhan O’Sullivan, to catch a killer with a sweet tooth, must sift through the clues to discover if this was a deadly rivalry or if other motives were mixed in. Irish Village Mysteries No. 9
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Murder at Haven’s Rock by Kelley Armstrong
Deep in the Yukon wilderness, in a place built for people to disappear where there is only one rule — stay out of the forest — Detective Casey Duncan and her husband, Sheriff Eric Dalton, are called in to investigate the murder of the town’s construction crew members who broke it.
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Murder Your Employer: The McMaster’s Guide to Homicide by Rupert Holmes
Preparing you for an education you’ll never forget, this introduction to The McMasters Conservatory, dedicated to the consummate execution of homicidal arts, follows students as they prepare for graduation by getting away with the perfect murder of someone whose death will make the world a much better place to live.
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Of Manners and Murder by Anastasia Hastings
The first in the new Dear Miss Hermione mystery series shows that when one represents the best-loved Agony Aunt in Britain, both marauding husbands and murder are par for the course. Dear Miss Hermione Mysteries No. 1
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Playing Dead by Peggy Rothschild
Former PI Molly Madison must put her ex-police skills to good use when a dog trainer’s body is found onsite at the Playtime Academy facility and must collar the real killer when her friend is arrested for the crime.
River of Fallen Angels by Laura Joh Rowland
While investigating the murder of a woman whose torso has been found, crime photographer and investigator Sarah Bain Barrett is pitted against a bitter enemy who is hell-bent on discovering what she and her close-knit band of comrades know about the killer, threatening both her marriage and her friendships.
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The Sanctuary by Katrine Engberg
While staying in Bornholm for the winter, Jeppe Kørner is drawn into a sinister mystery rooted in the past when an investigation into a severed corpse in Copenhagen leads Anette Werner to this seemingly peaceful refuge, and together they must unravel the island’s secrets to stop a brutal killer.
Scorched Grace by Margot Douaihy
A chain-smoking, heavily tattooed, queer nun, Sister Holiday, when Saint Sebastian’s School becomes the target of a shocking arson spree, launches her own investigation, which turns her against colleagues, students and fellow Sisters as she pieces together the clues to solve this explosive mystery.
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The Secrets of Hartwood Hall by Katie Lumsden
In 1852, young widow Margaret Lennox, taking a position as governess to an only child at an isolated country house in the West of England, starts to feel that something isn’t quite right and, as her past threatens to catch up with her, she learns the truth behind the secrets of Hartwood Hall.
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Storm Watch by C.J. Box
After finding the frozen and mutilated body of a man killed near the location of a mysterious high-tech structure, Wyoming game warden Joe Pickett finds his investigation obstructed by federal agents, extremists and the governor and must find away around them to stop the oncoming storm of peril. Joe Picket No. 23
Three Can Keep a Secret by M. E. Hilliard
When the widely disliked chair of the library board of trustees and a local professor turn up dead, Greer Hogan, a librarian-turned-sleuth who has an uncanny knack for deduction, starts digging and stumbles upon a cache of decades-old secrets that could rock the town to its core. Greer Hogan Mystery No. 3
A Calder at Heart by Janet Dailey
After losing his whole family to Spanish Flu, a former US Army Major heads to Blue Moon where the Calders welcome him and offer him a piece of ranching property in the third novel of the series following Calder Grit. No. 3 Calder Brand
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In Her Highlander’s Bed by Lynsay Sands
Awakening in the fortress of Calan Campbell, Laird of Kilcairn, Allissaid MacFarlane, who risked death to escape an arranged marriage, decides, after they spend time together, she can trust him with her life, but wonders if she can trust him with her heart.
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Never Never: The Complete Series by Colleen Hoover and Tarryn Fisher
The #1 New York Times best-selling author of It Starts with Us joins forces with the New York Times best-selling author of The Wives. have created a gripping, twisty, romantic mystery.
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Secretly Yours by Tessa Bailey
Returning home to his family’s winery, Professor Julian Vos, on sabbatical from his ivy league job, finds himself distracted from his plans to write a novel by eccentric, chronically late, unbelievably beautiful gardener Hallie Welch, who is a burst of color in his gray-scale life.
Stars in an Italian Sky by Jill Santopolo
In 2017 New York, Luca and Cassandra, the perfect match for each other, find their blossoming relationship changed forever when a chance meeting between their grandparents reveals a long-buried family secret linked back to two star-crossed lovers in post-World War II Italy.
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Varina Palladino's Jersey Italian Love Story by Terri-Lynne Defino
When her 92-year-old mother and daughter set in motion an ill-conceived plan to find her a man, widow Varina Paladino, running Paladino’s Italian Specialties grocery and keeping her large, loud Jersey Italian family from killing one another, doesn’t have time for love, but fate has other plans.
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A Small Sacrifice for an Enormous Happiness by Jai Chakrabarti
A closeted gay man seeks to have a child with his lover’s wife and a mystical agent is sent by a mother to help her son’s domestic troubles in collection of short stories.
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Welcome Me to the Kingdom: Stories by Mai Nardone
Set across the temples, slums and gated estates of late 20th-century Bangkok, three families — a Thai Elvis impersonator and his only daughter, a family abandoned by their white American patriarch and an adopted brotherhood of orphaned boys — search for reinvention in a city unmade by a financial crisis.
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Wilderness Tales: Forty Stories of the North American Wild by Diana Fuss
Featuring the works of Wallace Stegner, Annie Proulx, Ernest Hemingway, Margaret Atwood, L Frank Baum, William Faulkner and Ray Bradbury, this masterful collection of short stories about North American outdoor life — both classic and contemporary — summons our close and imagined encounters with all things wild.
3 Days to Live by James Patterson
Three new thriller-novellas from the world’s best-selling author include the tales of a honeymooning CIA agent who is poisoned and a pair of grifters who attempt to take control of the home of a murdered L.A. doctor.
Alligator Alley by Mike Lawson
Joe DeMarco, a fixer for the Speaker of the House, investigates the murder of a DOJ employee in the Florida Everglades with the help of a retired ex-spy in the sixteenth novel of the series following House Standoff.
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The Angel Maker by Alex North
From the New York Times best-selling author of The Whisper Man and The Shadows comes a dark, suspenseful new thriller about the mysteries of fate, the unbreakable bond of siblings and a notorious serial killer who was said to know the future.
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Bright and Deadly Things by Lexie Elliott
On a rustic mountaintop retreat in the French Alps, a recently-widowed Oxford fellow deals with her grief and tries to uncover why someone has been going through her things and is trying to hack into her computer.
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Burner by Mark Greaney
Court Gentry and his lover, Zoya Zakharova, discover they both want to capture Alex Velesky, who stole records from his Swiss bank employer, but for very different reasons, in the 12th novel of the series following Sierra Six.
Cold People by Tom Rob Smith
A mysterious force captures Earth and gives humanity 30 days to move to Antarctica, where they will be allowed to exist and survive in the planet’s most extreme environment in the new novel by the best-selling author of Child 44.
Device Free Weekend by Sean Doolittle
Seven friends, one eccentric billionaire, an all-expenses paid reunion on a private island with one catch: no phones, tablets or laptops allowed. It’ll be a weekend to remember--for those who make it out alive.
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The Girls Who Disappeared by Claire Douglas
On the 20th anniversary of a strange tragedy that resulted in the disappearance of three girls, journalist Jenna Halliday, arriving in Wiltshire to cover the case, is met with threatening messages warning her that she’ll suffer the same fate if she doesn’t stop digging for the truth.
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The House Guest by Hank Phillippi Ryan
Making a new friend, one who’s running from a dangerous relationship of her own, Alyssa Macallan, at the mercy of her wealthy and powerful husband, offers Bree Lorrance the safety of her guest house who in turn makes a tempting offer on how they can solve each others’ problems.
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It Ends at Midnight by Harriet Tyce
Murder stalks a group of people as a terminally ill woman aims to renew her vows with her partner … and settles other affairs.
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It’s One of Us by J.T. Ellison
A successful interior designer who keeps failing in her quest to conceive is shocked when she learns that a suspect in a recent murder investigation is her husband’s son from a long-ago donation to a sperm bank.
The Last Kingdom by Steve Berry
When his protégé infiltrates a renegade group intent on winning Bavarian independence from Germany, with everything hinging on a lost 19th-century deed that is the legal title to lands that Germany, China and US want, Cotton Malone battles an ever-growing list of deadly adversaries, all intent on finding the last kingdom. Cotton Malone No. 17
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The Last Orphan by Gregg Hurwitz
When one little mistake lands him under the control of the President, who makes him a deal — eliminate a man she considers too dangerous to live and she’ll guarantee his survival — Evan Smoak, a former Orphan assassin, must choose between his principles and his life. Orphan X No. 8
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Lying Beside You by Michael Robotham
Successful psychologist and massacre survivor Cyrus Haven must cope with his brother’s release from prison while investigating the murder of a man and the kidnapping of his daughter, in the third novel of the series following When She Was Good. Cyrus Haven No. 3
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More Than Meets the Eye by Iris 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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Stone Cold Fox by Rachel Koller Croft
After years of perfecting the art of the con, Bea sets her sights on Collin Case, the heir to one of the country’s wealthiest families, but Collin’s childhood best friend stands in her way, forcing her to cat-and-mouse game that becomes a matter of life and death.
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Unnatural History by Jonathan Kellerman
When a wealthy photographer, who had recently received rave media attention for his images of homeless people in their personal “dream” situations, is shot to death, Dr. Alex Delaware and Detective Milo Sturgis, when new murders arise, are confronted by one of the deadliest threats they’ve ever faced.
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The Writing Retreat by Julia Bartz
While attending a month-long writing retreat at the estate of a feminist horror writer who issues a life-changing challenge, Alex, determined to win this seemingly impossible contest, ignores the strange happenings around her until the disappearance of a fellow writer leads her on a desperate search for the truth.