New Fiction and YA Titles

All the Lives He Led by Pohl Frederik: Brad Sheridan is happy to get a job working at a theme park in Pompeii but is distracted when his girlfriend goes missing. He tries to clear his name of suspicion, while uncovering a terrorist plot which can wipe out all of humanity.

Miss Entropia and the Adam Bomb by George Rabasa: From the moment Adam meets Pia, the two mental patients are inextricably connected. From hijacking a van, hiding her in his room and then spiriting her away to remote woods, the pyromaniacal “Miss Entropia” becomes the focus of everything Adam does, and his possessiveness is destined to push her to the edge.

Silver Girl by Elin Hilderbrand: Meredith Martin Delinn, under siege after it is learned her husband cheated rich investors out of billions of dollars, persuades her estranged friend Connie Flute to take her along to Connie’s house in Nantucket, where the two women, both nursing their broken hearts, learn lessons of love, healing, and redemption.

Buried Secrets by Joseph Finder: Nick Heller comes to the aid of family friend Marshall Marcus, whose daughter Alexandra has been kidnapped and held captive in an underground crypt. As Nick digs deeper into Marshall’s life, he finds criminal activities have left behind scores of enemies that reach to the highest levels of government.

House Divided by Mike Lawson: When the NSA records the murder of two American civilians while conducting illegal wiretapping operations, political fixer Joe DeMarco finds himself rendered a pawn in a lethal game between a master spy and a four-star army general.

Moon Over Manifest by Clare Vanderpool: Twelve-year-old Abilene Tucker is the daughter of a drifter who, in the summer of 1936, sends her to stay with an old friend in Manifest, Kansas, where he grew up, and where she hopes to find out some things about his past.

The Knife of Never Letting Go by Patrick Ness: In Prentisstown everyone can here everyone else’s thoughts resulting in a sea of noise. Unexpectedly, a young boy and his dog find a spot of silence. In a town where privacy is impossible, something terrible is hidden, a secret so terrible that the two friends must run for their lives.

The Ask and the Asking by Patrick Ness: Alternate chapters follow teenagers Todd and Viola, who become separated as the Mayor’s oppressive new regime takes power in New Prentisstown, a space colony where residents can hear each other’s thoughts.

Monster of Men by Patrick Ness: As a world-ending war surges to life around them, Todd and Viola face monstrous decisions, questioning all they have ever known as they try to step back from the darkness and find the best way to achieve peace.

The Curse of the Wendigo by Richard Yancey: In 1888, twelve-year-old Will Henry chronicles his apprenticesiph with Dr. Warthrop, a New England scientist who hunts and studies real-life monsters, as they discover and attempt to destroy the Wendigo, a creature that starves even as it gorges itself on human flesh.

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