New Fiction Titles

Run Away by Harlan Coben: You’ve lost your daughter. And she’s made it clear that she doesn’t want to be found, and you do the only thing a parent can do: you follow her into a dark and dangerous world you never knew existed. Before you know it, both your family and your life are on the line. And in order to protect your daughter from the evils of that world, you must face them head on.

Gingerbread by Helen Oyeyemi: Influenced by the mysterious place gingerbread holds in classic children’s stories, beloved novelist Helen Oyeyemi invites readers into a delightful tale of a surprising family legacy, in which the inheritance is a recipe. As the book follows the Lee family through encounters with jealousy, ambition, family grudges, work, wealth, and real estate, gingerbread seems to be the one thing that reliably holds a constant value.

You Don’t Own Me by Mary Higgins Clark: Television producer Laurie Moran stops at nothing to solve the murder of a celebrity doctor–even as she finds herself in grave danger as a mysterious stalker plots his next move.

Celtic Empire by Clive Cussler: The murders of a team of United Nations scientists in El Salvador. A deadly collision in the waterways off the city of Detroit. An attack by tomb raiders on an archaeological site along the banks of the Nile. Is there a link between these violent events?

Blood Oath by Linda Fairstein: Assistant DA Alexandra Cooper of the Manhattan Sex Crimes Unit is finally back at work following a leave of absence. But even she can’t anticipate the complexity of her first case when she meets Lucy, a young woman who testified years earlier at a landmark federal trial and now reveals that she was sexually assaulted by a prominent official during that time.

The Liar’s Wife by Samantha Hayes: When Ella wakes up in the hospital following a hit and run incident, she is scared and confused. Close to tears, her eyes fall on a get-well-soon card on the window sill and the nurse reassures her that her loving husband will be back soon. But Ella has never been married…

The American Agent by Jacqueline Winspear: When Catherine Saxon, an American correspondent reporting on the war in Europe, is found murdered in her London digs, news of her death is concealed by British authorities. Entangled in an investigation linked to the power of wartime propaganda and American political intrigue being played out in Britain, Maisie will face losing her dearest friend–and the possibility that she might be falling in love again.

Silent Night by Daniel Steel: Paige Watts is the ultimate stage mother. The daughter of Hollywood royalty, Paige channels her own acting dreams into making her daughter, Emma, a star. By the age of nine, Emma is playing a central role in a hit TV show. Then everything is shattered by unforeseeable tragedy. But with her Aunt Whitney’s help, along with a team of caregivers and doctors, Emma begins to find her way, starting her young life all over again–and changing the lives of everyone around her.

The Lost Man by Jane Harper: Two brothers meet at the remote fence line separating their cattle ranches in the lonely outback. The third brother lies dead at their feet. Something caused Cam, the middle child who had been in charge of the family homestead, to die alone in the middle of nowhere. Amidst the grief, suspicion starts to take hold, and the eldest brother begins to wonder if more than one among them is at risk of crumbling as the weight of isolation bears down on them all.

New Non Fiction Titles

Coders by Clive Thompson: Presents a brilliant and immersive anthropological reckoning with the most powerful tribe in the world today, computer programmers – where they come from, how they think, what makes for greatness in their world, and what should give us pause.

Mostly Sunny by Janice Dean: Janice is well-known for the infectious joy she brings to segments on Fox & Friends, no matter the weather. Yet many of her fans know there’s more to her story than blizzards that are brewing or National Pancake Day celebrations.

The Laws of Human Nature by Robert Greene: Drawing from the ideas and examples of Pericles, Queen Elizabeth I, Martin Luther King Jr, and many others, Greene teaches us how to detach ourselves from our own emotions and master self-control, how to develop the empathy that leads to insight, how to look behind people’s masks, and how to resist conformity to develop your singular sense of purpose.

Ladies Who Punch by Ramin Setoodeh: Setoodeh uncovers the truth about Star’s weight loss and wedding madness, Rosie’s feud with Trump, Whoopi’s toxic relationship with Rosie, and Barbara’s difficulty stepping away. Plus, all the unseen hugs, snubs, tears–and one dead rodent. Ladies Who Punch shows why The View can be mimicked and mocked, but it can never be matched.

Parkland by David Cullen: An account of the extraordinary teenage survivors who became activists and pushed back against the NRA and feckless Congressional leaders, inspiring millions of Americans to join their grassroots #neveragain movement.

Say Nothing by Patrick Radden Keefe: December 1972. Jean McConville, a mother of ten, was dragged from her Belfast home by masked intruders. Her children never saw her again. Everyone in the neighborhood knew the IRA was responsible, but no one would speak of it. Keefe uses the case as a starting point for the tale of a society wracked by a violent guerrilla war, a war that created a world of passion, betrayal, vengeance, and anguish– and whose consequences have never been reckoned with.

American Moonshot by Douglas Brinkley: As the fiftieth anniversary of the first lunar landing approaches, the award winning historian and perennial New York Times bestselling author takes a fresh look at the space program, President John F. Kennedy’s inspiring challenge, and America’s race to the moon with a vivid and enthralling chronicle of one of the most turbulent eras in the nation’s history.

It’s Okay to not be Okay by Sheila Walsh: Beloved author, speaker, and renowned Bible teacher walks alongside women, helping them understand that it’s never too late to start again and there is healing and freedom in just taking the first step.

The Big Nine by Amy Webb: A call-to-arms about the broken nature of artificial intelligence, and the powerful corporations that are turning the human-machine relationship on its head. The big nine corporations (Amazon, Google, Facebook, Tencent, Baidu, Alibaba, Microsoft, IBM and Apple) may be inadvertently building and enabling vast arrays of intelligent systems that don’t share our motivations, desires, or hopes for the future of humanity

New Fiction Titles

The Better Sister by Alafair Burke: When a prominent Manhattan lawyer is murdered, two estranged sisters–one the dead man’s widow, the other his ex–must set aside mistrust and old resentments. But can they escape their past?

Dark Tribute by Iris Johansen: Despite her tragic childhood, violin prodigy Cara Delaney has finally found peace in her career as a professional musician and stability in her relationship with her guardians, forensic sculptor Eve Duncan and ex-Navy SEAL Joe Quinn. But the carefully constructed life Cara has built for herself is suddenly threatened when she is kidnapped by a mysterious man from her grandfather’s past, setting off a violent chain of events that puts everyone Cara loves in danger.

Deep Harbor by Fern Michaels: Immersed in her job as an assistant to a congressman, Carol Ann “CJ” Jansen uncovers possible evidence of her boss’s corrupt activities before his apparent suicide, and moves to a small New England town for her own protection.

Who Slays the Wicked by C.S. Harris: The death of a fiendish nobleman strikes close to home as Sebastian St. Cyr is tasked with finding the killer to save his young cousin from persecution in this riveting new historical mystery from the USA Today bestselling author.

The Stranger Game by Peter Gadol: Rebecca’s boyfriend has gone missing, but the police seem unconcerned. They suspect he has been playing the “stranger game,” a viral hit in which players start following others in real life, as they might otherwise do on social media. As play grows more intense and disappearances are reported across the country, Rebecca tries the game for herself, and she begins to uncover an unsettling subculture that has infiltrated the world around her.

Recall by Meredith Wild: “The second I spared Isabel’s life, everything changed. I used to deal in death wishes. Now the instinct to protect her charts the course. With a long road ahead of us, I won’t make promises I can’t keep. She can barely accept the dark deeds of my past–a bloody history spelled out in a ledger she’s more preoccupied with than I’d like. When an old associate sets a dangerous plan in motion, I can’t hide who I really am. And there’s no turning back.”

Someone Knows by Lisa Scottoline: Allie Garvey is heading home to the funeral of a childhood friend full of dread. Because going home means seeing the other two people with whom she shares an unbearable secret. Allie has been haunted for two decades by what she and the others did and the dark secret has eaten away at her. She digs to unearth the truth, but reaches a shocking conclusion that she never saw coming – and neither will the listener.

The A List by J.A. Jance: A threat from her past has Ali Reynolds and her team racing against the clock to stop a ruthless killer.

The Mister by E.L. James: London, 2019. Life has been easy for Maxim Trevelyan. Then all that changes when tragedy strikes and Maxim inherits wealth and responsibility. But his biggest challenge is fighting his desire for an unexpected, enigmatic young woman who’s recently arrived in England, possessing little more than a dangerous and troublesome past. Just who is Alessia Demachi? Can Maxim protect her from the malevolence that threatens her? And what will she do when she learns that he’s been hiding secrets of his own?

New DVDs

On the Basis of Sex: Inspired by the powerful true story of a young Ruth Bader Ginsburg, On the Basis of Sex depicts a then-struggling attorney and new mother facing adversity in her fight for equal rights. When Ruth takes on a ground-breaking case, she knows the outcome could alter the courts’ view of gender discrimination. Stronger together, Ruth teams up with her husband, Martin Ginsburg, to fight the case that catapults her into one of the most important public figures of our time.

Mortal Engines: Hundreds of years after our civilization was destroyed, a new world has emerged. A mysterious young woman named Hester Shaw leads a band of outcasts in the fight to stop London – now a giant predator city on wheels – from devouring everything in its path.

The Mule: Eastwood stars as Earl Stone, a man in his 80’s who is broke, alone, and facing foreclosure of his business when he is offered a job that simply requires him to drive. Easy enough, but, unbeknownst to Earl, he’s just signed on as a drug courier for a Mexican cartel. And even as his money problems become a thing of the past, Earl’s past mistakes start to weigh heavily on him, and it’s uncertain if he’ll have time to right those wrongs before law enforcement or the cartel’s enforcers catch up with him.

Aquaman: Aquaman reveals the origin story of half-human, half-Atlantean Arthur Curry and takes him on the journey of his lifetime to discover if he is worthy of who he was born to be . . . a king.

A Dog’s Way Home: Based on the beloved best-selling novel, A Dog’s Way Home chronicles the heartwarming adventure of Bella, a devoted dog who embarks on an epic 400-mile journey home after she is separated from her beloved human.

Bumblebee: Charlie Watson, a teenager trying to find her place in the world, discovers and repairs the battle-scarred robot, who’s disguised as a Volkswagon Beetle. As the Decepticons hunt down the surviving Autobots with the help of a secret agency led by Agent Burns, Bumblebee and Charlie team up to protect the world in an action-packed adventure that’s fun for the whole family.

Green Book: When Tony Lip, a bouncer from an Italian-American neighborhood in the Bronx, is hired to drive Dr. Don Shirley, a world-class Black pianist, on a concert tour from Manhattan to the Deep South, they must rely on “The Green Book” to guide them to the few establishments that were then safe for African-Americans. Confronted with racism and danger as well as unexpected humanity and humor – they are forced to set aside differences to survive and thrive on the journey of a lifetime.

Mary, Queen of Scots: Mary Queen of Scots explores the turbulent life of the charismatic Mary Stuart. Determined to rule as much more than a figurehead, Mary asserts her claim to the English throne, threatening Elizabeth’s sovereignty. Rivals in power and in love, the two Queens make very different choices about marriage and children. Betrayal, rebellion and conspiracies within each court imperil both Queens – driving them apart as each woman experiences the bitter cost of power.

Welcome to Marwen: When a devastating attack leaves Mark Hogancamp shattered and without his memory, no one expected recovery. But by putting together pieces from his old and new life, Mark meticulously creates a wondrous fantasy world where he draws strength to triumph in the real one. His astonishing art installation becomes a testament to the powerful women who support him on his journey.

New Fiction Titles

The Victory Garden by Rhys Bowen: Marrying an Australian pilot during World War I, Emily volunteers to tend the neglected grounds of a Devonshire estate where she finds inspiration and support in an herbalist’s long-forgotten journals.

Secrets at Cedar Cabin by Colleen Coble: USA Today bestselling author Colleen Coble delivers her signature blend of romance and suspense when Brenna Fleming flees to a cabin in Lavender Tides only to discover that everything she believed about herself has been a lie.

The Perfect Alibi by Phillip Margolin: A young woman accuses a prominent local college athlete of rape. Convicted with the help of undisputable DNA evidence, the athlete swears his innocence and threatens both his lawyer and his accuser as he’s sent to prison. Not long after, there’s another rape and the DNA test shows that the same person committed both rapes–which is seemingly impossible since the man convicted of the first rape was in prison at the time of the second one.

The Persian Gamble by Joe Rosenberg: From the New York Times bestselling author of The Kremlin Conspiracy comes this latest international thriller about a terrifying nuclear alliance among three world powers–Russia, Iran, and North Korea–and the man who must halt their deadly strategy.

The Wedding Guest by Jonathan Kellerman: Summoned to a run-down former strip joint, LAPD Lieutenant Milo Sturgis and psychologist Dr. Alex Delaware find themselves crashing a wild Saints and Sinners-themed wedding reception. A horrified bridesmaid has discovered the body of a young woman, dressed to impress in pricey haute couture… and accessorized with a grisly red slash around her neck. What’s missing is any means of identification, or a single partygoer who recognizes the victim.

The Stranger Diaries by Elly Griffiths: Clare Cassidy is no stranger to murder. A high school English teacher specializing in the Gothic writer R. M. Holland, she teaches a course on it every year. But when one of Clare’s colleagues and closest friends is found dead, with a line from R. M. Holland’s most famous story, “The Stranger,” left by her body, Clare is horrified to see her life collide with the storylines of her favorite literature. To make matters worse, the police suspect the killer is someone Clare knows.

The home for unwanted girls by Joanna Goodman: In 1950s Quebec, French and English tolerate each other with precarious civility–much like Maggie Hughes’ parents. When she becomes pregnant at fifteen, her parents send the baby Elodie to an orphanage where she receives horrible treatment. Seventeen years later, Maggie, married to a businessman eager to start a family, cannot forget the daughter she was forced to abandon, and a chance reconnection spurs a wrenching choice.

Chocolate Cream Pie Murder by Joanna Fluke: The filming of a television special at brokenhearted Hannah Swensen’s bakery is complicated by her shifty ex, an intrusive gang of bodyguards, and an untimely murder that compels her alliance with an old flame.

Black Leopard, Red Wolf by James Marlon: In the first novel in Marlon James’s Dark Star trilogy, myth, fantasy, and history come together to explore what happens when a mercenary is hired to find a missing child.

New Fiction Titles

The Malta Exchange by Steve Berry: Former Justice Department operative, Cotton Malone, is at Lake Como, Italy, on the trail of legendary letters between Winston Churchill and Benito Mussolini that disappeared in 1945 and could re-write history. But someone else seems to be after the same letters and, when Malone obtains then loses them, he’s plunged into a hunt that draws the attention of the legendary Knights of Malta.

The Justified Murder by Jude Deveraux: When Janet Beeson’s body is discovered, everyone is shocked by the violence of the attack. The sweet little old woman has been shot, stabbed, and poisoned, but no one can imagine who would want to harm one of the town’s kindest, most helpful residents.

The Lethal Legacy by Heather Graham: When his cousin’s business partner is found dead on an island he inherited, Special Agent Craig Frasier agrees to investigate with psychologist Kieran Finnegan and they discover that the property comes with strange lore and a blood-soaked past.

I Owe You One by Sophie Kinsella: Fixie Farr has always lived by her father’s motto: “Family first.” But ever since her dad passed away, leaving his charming kitchen supply store in the hands of his children, Fixie spends all her time picking up the slack from her siblings instead of striking out on her own. Soon Fixie, Ms. Fixit for everyone else, is torn between her family and the life she really wants.

The First Lady by James Patterson: Sally Grissom is a top secret service agent in charge of the Presidential Protection team. She knows that something is amiss when she is summoned to a private meeting with the President and his Chief of Staff without any witnesses. But she couldn’t have predicted that she’d be forced to take on an investigation surrounding the mysterious disappearance of the First Lady with strict orders to keep it a secret.

The Black Ascot by Charles Todd: Alan Barrington, who has evaded capture for ten years, is the suspect in an appalling murder during Black Ascot, the famous 1910 royal horserace.. His disappearance began a manhunt that consumed Britain for a decade. Now it appears that Barrington has returned to England, giving the Yard a last chance to retrieve its reputation and see justice done.

The Vanishing Man by Charles Finch: Young Charles Lenox is called upon by the Duke of Dorset, one of England’s most revered noblemen, for help. A painting of the Duke’s great-grandfather has been stolen from his private study. As the Dorset family closes ranks to protect its reputation, Lenox uncovers a dark secret that could expose them to unimaginable scandal–and reveals the existence of an artifact, priceless beyond measure, for which the family is willing to risk anything to keep hidden.

Broken Bone China by Laura Childs: Theodosia and Drayton are catering a formal tea at a hot-air balloon rally when a drone appears and deliberately crashes into the balloon next to them, killing all three of its passengers, including Don Kingsley, the CEO of a local software company. Not only do the police suspect Kingsley as the primary target, they learn that he possessed a rare Revolutionary War Union Jack flag that several people were rabidly bidding on. Intrigued, Theodosia begins her own investigation.

New Non Fiction

D.C.’s Dirty Politics by Ben Shapiro: With each passing day that Donald Trump is in the White House, controversial conservative radio host Ben Shapiro sees the social fabric tear before his very eyes. Trump acts; the left overreacts; and Republicans don’t act to shift the playing field. This cycle shrinks the space for rational politics and conversation, and we end up in a “race to the bottom.”

Southern Gambit by Stanley Carpenter: Addresses the Southern Campaign of 1778-81 in the War of American Independence from the British strategic perspective, focusing on Lieutenant-General Charles, Earl Cornwallis’ operations in the Carolinas and Virginia leading to the surrender at Yorktown, Virginia in October 1781.

Midnight in Chernobyl by Adam Higginbotham: The definitive, dramatic untold story of the Chernobyl nuclear power plant disaster, based on original reporting and new archival research.

Grateful American by Gary Sinise: Gary Sinise shares the never-before-told story of his journey from trouble-making Chicago kid to cofounder of the legendary Steppenwolf Theater Company, world-famous actor, and tireless advocate for America’s active duty defenders, veterans, and first responders.

Where We Go from Here by Bernie Sanders: The Democratic presidential candidate, popular senator, and respected economist traces the first year of the Trump administration and what Sanders and his followers are doing to reinforce the progressive movement.

The Heartbeat of Wounded Knee by David Treuer: An anthropologist’s chronicle of Native American life from the Wounded Knee massacre to the present traces the unprecedented resourcefulness and reinvention of distinctive tribal cultures that assimilated into mainstream life to preserve Native identity.

Wild Bill by Thomas Clavin: James Butler Hickock was known across the frontier as a soldier, Union spy, scout, lawman, gunfighter, gambler, showman, and actor. Wild Bill became a legend, crossing paths with General Custer and Buffalo Bill Cody, as well as Ben Thompson and other young toughs gunning for the sheriff with the quickest draw west of the Mississippi.

The Threat by Andrew McCabe: The former deputy director of the FBI recounts his career; discusses how law enforcement battles terror threats, Russian crime, and attacks by the White House itself on the U.S. Constitution; and offers details of the events leading up to his firing by Donald Trump.

Inheritance by Dani Shapiro: In the spring of 2016, through a genealogy website to which she had whimsically submitted her DNA for analysis, Dani Shapiro received the stunning news that her father was not her biological father. Inheritance is the story of a woman’s urgent quest to unlock the story of her own identity, a story that has been scrupulously hidden from her for more than fifty years.

Obstruction of Justice by Luke Rosiak: In the heat of the 2016 election, a family of unvetted Pakistani nationals gained access to the computer files of one in five Democrats in the House of Representatives. They lifted data off the House Network, stone the identity of an intelligence specialist, and sent congressional electronic equipment to foreign officials. And that was only the beginning. Congress and the Justice Department moved to cover up a politically inconvenient hack and the supposed watchdogs in the media turned a blind eye.

New Fiction

Unto Us a Son Is Born : Wealthy Gonzalo unexpectedly, and literally, drops dead on the street, and one of his friends just arrived in Venice for the memorial service, is strangled in her hotel room–having earlier sent Gonzalo an email saying “We are the only ones who know you cannot do this,” referring to Gonzalo’s recently planned adoption of a son. Now with an urgent case to solve, Brunetti reluctantly untangles the long-hidden mystery in Gonzalo’s life that ultimately led to murder.

The Chef by James Patterson: Police detective by day, celebrity food truck chef by night, now Caleb Rooney has a new title: Most Wanted. In the Carnival days leading up Mardi Gras, Detective Caleb Rooney comes under investigation for a murder he is accused of committing in the line of duty–as a Major Crimes detective for the New Orleans Police Department.

Never Tell by Lisa Gardner: A man is dead, shot three times in his home office. But his computer has been shot twelve times, and when the cops arrive, his pregnant wife is holding the gun. D.D. Warren arrives on the scene and recognizes the woman–Evie Carter–from a case many years back. Evie’s father was killed in a shooting that was ruled an accident. But for D.D., two coincidental murders is too many.

No Exit by Taylor Adams: Stranded by a blizzard in the Colorado Rockies, Darby Thorne will have to spend the night in a rest stop in the middle of nowhere with four strangers. Then she finds a little girl locked inside an animal crate in the back of a van. There is no cell phone reception, no telephone, no way out because of the snow, and she doesn’t know which of the other travelers is the kidnapper.

Wolf Pack by C.J. Box: The good news is that Joe Pickett has his job back. The bad news is that bodies are piling up in shocking numbers. He begins to fear that a pack of four vicious killers working on behalf of the Sinaloa cartel known as the Wolf Pack has arrived. Teaming up with a female game warden (based on a real person, one of the few female game wardens at work in Wyoming today) to confront these assassins, Joe finds himself in the most violent and dangerous predicament he’s ever faced.

Cemetery Road by Greg Iles: Marshall left his hometown at eighteen vowing never to return. The trauma that drove him away helped him become a very successful journalist in Washington D.C. But just as chaos in the nation’s capital lifts him to new heights, Marshall is forced to return home in spite of his boyhood vow. His father is dying, his mother is struggling to keep the family newspaper from failing.

You by Caroline Kepnes: When aspiring writer Guinevere Beck strides into the East Village bookstore where Joe works, he’s instantly smitten. She’s perfect for him, and soon she can’t resist her feelings for a guy who seems custom made for her. But there’s more to Joe than Beck realizes, and more to Beck than her perfect facade. Their mutual obsession quickly spirals into a whirlwind of deadly consequences.

California Girls by Susan Mallery: Three sisters, after getting dumped in the same week, set out to help each other start over and rebuild their lives.

The Sun Dog by Stephen King: Kevin Delavan wants only one thing for his fifteenth birthday: a Polaroid Sun 660. There’s something wrong with his gift, though. No matter where Kevin Delevan aims the camera, it produces a photograph of an enormous, vicious dog. When old Pop Merrill, the town’s sharpest trader, gets wind of this phenomenon, he envisions a way to profit from it. But the Sun Dog, a beast that shouldn’t exist at all, turns out to be a very dangerous investment.

New DVDs

Can You Ever Forgive Me?: Based on the true story of Lee Israel, a best-selling celebrity biographer in the 1970s and ’80s. When Lee comes to the realization that she’s no longer en vogue, she spins her art form into a perilous web of lies, deceit and outright crime to get back on top.

God Bless the Broken Road: God Bless the Broken Road tells the inspirational story of a young mother who loses her husband in Afghanistan and struggles to raise their young daughter in his absence. The film focuses on the importance of faith, friends and family, while playing tribute to those who served in the United States military.

A Star is Born: In the new take on the tragic love story, Jackson Maine is a seasoned musician who discovers – and falls in love with – struggling artist Ally. She has just about given up on her dream to make it big as a singer until Jack coaxes her into the spotlight. But even as Ally’s career takes off, the personal side of the relationship is breaking down, as Jackson fights an ongoing battle with his own internal demons.

The Favourite: In the early 18th century, a frail Queen Anne occupies the throne, and her close friend, Lady Sarah, governs the country in her stead, while tending to Anne’s ill health and mercurial temper. When a new servant, Abigail, arrives, her charm endears her to Sarah. Sarah takes Abigail under her wing, and Abigail sees a chance to return to her aristocratic roots.

The Bookshop: Florence Green follows her lifelong dream by opening a bookshop in a conservative coastal town, but ruthless opposition of a local grand dame and the support of a book-loving widower. As Florence’s obstacles amass, she reminds herself that a town without a bookshop is no town at all.

Unbroken: Path to Redemption: Beginning where the hit movie Unbroken concludes, the next chapter brings the rest of Louis Zamperini’s inspirational true story to life. After surviving years of torture as a prisoner of war, Louis returns home from World War II where he meets and marries Cynthia. Haunted by his past, he is driven deep into despair. But when Cynthia turns to God at the 1949 Billy graham crusade, her most fervent prayer for Louis is to find peace and forgiveness.

Bohemian Rhapsody: A critically acclaimed celebration of Queen, their music, and their extraordinary lead singer Freddie Mercury, who defied stereotypes and convention to become one of history’s most beloved entertainers. Following Queen’s meteoric rise, their revolutionary sound, and Freddie’s solo career, the film also chronicles the band’s reunion, and one of the greatest performances in rock history.

White Boy Rick: Set in the 1980s Detroit at the height of the crack epidemic and the war on drugs, White Boy Rick is based on the moving true story of a blue-collar father and his teenage son, Rick Wershe Jr., who became an undercover police informant and later a drug dealer before he was abandoned by his handlers and sentenced to life in prison.

The Girl in the Spider’s Web: Lisbeth Salander and journalist Mikael Blomkvist find themselves caught in a web of spies, cyber criminals and corrupt government officials, as they race to rescue a dangerous program capable of global destruction held by shadowy figures linked to Lisbeth’s past.

New Non Fiction Titles

The Unwinding of the Miracle by Julie Yip-Williams: Born blind in Vietnam, Julie Yip-Williams narrowly escaped euthanasia by her grandmother, only to then flee the political upheaval of the late 1970s with her family. Against all odds, she became a Harvard-educated lawyer, with a husband, a family, a life. Then, at age thirty-seven, with two little girls at home, Julie was diagnosed with terminal metastatic colon cancer, and a different journey began. With humor, honesty, and well-deployed anger, Julie sets the stage for her lasting legacy: the story of her life.

Let Me Finish by Chris Christie: The controversial former governor and presidential candidate traces his rise to power through the bare-knuckle politics of New Jersey, describes his long friendship with Donald Trump, and shares insights into the current administration.

Torture Mom by Ryan Green: Relays the story of Gertrude Baniszewski, who oversaw and facilitated the torture and murder of her young teenage ward, Sylvia Likens. While she played an active role in Sylvia’s death, the majority of the abuse was carried out by her children and other neighborhood youths.

Game Changers by Dave Asprey: The “Bulletproof Radio” podcaster outlines proven techniques for promoting personal happiness, health, and success in accordance with the examples of today’s game changers, from David Perlmutter to Arianna Huffington.

The Point of It All by Charles Krauthammer: A collection of the influential columnist’s most notable works and writings includes never-before-published speeches on his political philosophy and personal history and a major, new essay about the state of global democracy.

101 Handy Tech Tips for the I-phone by Rich DeMuro: Offers a collection of technical tips for users of Apple’s popular I-phone mobile device.

The Truths We Hold by Kamala Harris: By reckoning with the big challenges we face together, drawing on the hard-won wisdom and insight from her own career and the work of those who have most inspired her, Kamala Harris offers in The Truths We Hold a master class in problem solving, in crisis management, and leadership in challenging times. Through the arc of her own life, on into the great work of our day, she communicates a vision of shared struggle, shared purpose, and shared values.

The Inflamed Mind by Edward T. Bullmore: In this game-changing book, University of Cambridge Professor of Psychiatry Edward Bullmore reveals the breakthrough new science on the link between depression and inflammation of the body and brain.

The First Conspiracy by Brad Meltzer: n 1776, an elite group of soldiers were handpicked to serve as George Washington’s bodyguards. In the months leading up to the Revolutionary War, these traitorous soldiers, along with the Governor of New York William Tryon and Mayor David Mathews, launched a deadly plot against the most important member of the military: George Washington himself. This is the story of the secret plot and how it was revealed.

From the Ground Up by Howard Schultz: The founder of Starbucks shares his untold personal story–from his childhood in Brooklyn’s housing projects to his rise as a business icon–and lays out his vision for how companies can improve their social impact.