New Fiction Titles

Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine by Gail Honeyman: Meet Eleanor Oliphant: she struggles with appropriate social skills, tends to say exactly what she’s thinking, and has a carefully planned timetabled life. But everything changes when Eleanor meets Raymond, the bumbling and deeply unhygienic IT guy from her office.

Night Moves by Jonathan Kellerman: Alex’s friend, Lt. Milo Sturgis, asks for his help with a gruesome murder. When a family is found murdered, the only potential lead is that one of their neighbors, Trevor Bitt, is weird. The pair soon learn that Bitt is a legendary artist, best known for comic book illustrations of disturbing subjects, and their suspicions are heightened by Bitt’s refusal to speak with them.

We Were the Lucky Ones by Georgia Hunter: From the author of The Paris Wife come an extraordinary, propulsive novel based on the true story of a family of Polish Jews who scatter at the start of the Second World War, determined to survive, and to reunite.

Darker by E.L. James: Their scorching affair ended in heartbreak and recrimination, but Christian Grey cannot get Anastasia Steele out of his mind. Determined to win her back, he tries to suppress his darkest desires and his need for complete control, and to love Ana on her own terms. But the horrors of his childhood still haunt him, and Ana’s scheming boss, Jack Hyde, clearly wants her for himself.

The Marriage Pact by Michelle Richmond: Picture-perfect newlyweds Alice and Jake are unexpectedly initiated into a mysterious organization designed to keep marriages happy and intact through seemingly sensible rules that become increasingly exacting and subject to brutal enforcement.

Pachinko by Lee Min Jin: In early 1900s Korea, Sunja is the prized daughter of a poor yet proud family. Her unplanned pregnancy threatens to shame them all. Deserted by her lover, Sunja is saved when a young tubercular minister offers to marry and bring her to Japan. Caught in the indifferent arc of history, Sunja’s family members are bound together as they face questions of faith, family, and identity.

Promise Not to Tell by Jayne Anne Krentz: Seattle gallery owner Virginia Troy has spent years battling demons from her childhood time in a cult and the night a fire burned through the compound, killing her mother. And now one of her artists has taken her own life, but not before sending Virginia a last picture: a painting that makes Virginia doubt everything about the so-called suicide– and her own past.

City of Endless Night by Douglas Preston: It begins as a manhunt for Grace Ozmian, the missing daughter of a wealthy tech billionaire. The NYPD assumes Grace, beautiful and reckless, has simply sped off on another wild adventure. But the case becomes something altogether different when the young woman’s body is discovered in an abandoned warehouse in Queens, the head nowhere to be found.

Fall from Grace by Danielle Steel: Sydney Wells’s perfect life with her wealthy, devoted husband vanishes when he dies suddenly in an accident. Widowed at forty-nine, she discovers he has failed to include her in his will and Sydney must rebuild her life from the bottom to the top again, with honor, resourcefulness, and dignity.

New DVDs

Darkest Hour: As Hitler’s forces storm across the European landscape and close in on the Unites Kingdom, Winston Churchill is elected as the new Prime Minister. With his party questioning his every move, and King George IV skeptical of his new political leader, it is up to Churchill to lead this nation and protect them from the most dangerous threat ever seen.

Pitch Perfect 3: Now graduated from college, realizing it takes more than a cappella to get by, all the Bellas return in the final chapter in the beloved series. When they get the chance to reunite for a European USO tour, this group of awesome nerds will come together to make some music, and some questionable decisions, one last time.

Wonder: Follows the inspiring story of the Pullman family, whose youngest child, Auggie, is a boy born with facial differences. When Auggie enters mainstream elementary school for the first time, his extraordinary journey unites his family, his school, and his community, and proves that you can’t blend in when you were born to stand out.

Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle: Four teenagers in detention discover an old video game console with a game they’ve never heard of. When they decide to play, they are immediately sucked into the jungle world of Jumanji in the bodies of their avatars. They’ll have to complete the adventure of their lives filled with fun, thrills and danger or be stuck in the game forever.

Suburbicon: The small, idyllic town of Suburbicon is the perfect place for Gardner Lodge to make a home. But beneath this tranquil surface lies a disturbing reality, where nothing is as it seems. When a break-in leads to the shocking murder of his wife, Gardner must navigate the town’s underbelly of deceit and violence to protect his family from further harm.

Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri: A murdered girl’s defiant mother boldly paints three local billboards, each with a controversial message, igniting a furious battle with a volatile cop and the towns revered chief of police.

Daddy’s Home 2: When it comes to raising their kids, dusty and Brad finally have this co-parenting thing down. That is, until Dusty’s macho dad and Brad’s sweet-natured father come to town, throwing the whole family into complete chaos. As old rivalries create new problems, Dusty and Brad’s partnership is put to the ultimate test.

Downsizing: When scientists find a way to shrink humans to five inches tall, Paul Safranek and his wife Audrey ditch their stressed out lives in order to get small and live large in a luxurious downsized community. Filled with life-changing adventures and endless possibilities, Leisureland offers more than riches, as Paul discovers a whole new world and realizes that we are meant for something bigger.

Wonder Wheel: The story of four characters whose lives intertwine amid the hustle and bustle of the 1950’s Coney Island amusement park: Ginny, a former actress working as a waitress; Humpty, Ginny’s rough-hewn carousel operator husband; a young lifeguard who dreams of becoming a playwright; and Carolina, Humpty’s daughter, who is hiding out from gangsters at her father’s apartment.

New Fiction Titles

As You Wish by Jude Deveraux: Gathering in Summer Hill, Virginia, three women from different generations reflect on their experiences with love and support one another through marital woes.

A Brush with Shadows by Anna Huber: When an urgent letter from his grandfather begs Gage to visit, Kiera convinces him they should go. All is not well at Langstone Manor, and they must face the ghosts of Gage’s past, the truth behind the local superstitions, and see beyond the tricks being played to expose what has happened to Gage’s family–before the moors claim yet another victim.

Down the River Unto the Sea by Walter Mosley: After serving time in Rikers Island solitary for assault, Joe King Oliver, who is an ex-NYPD investigator working as a private detective, receives a note from a woman who admits she was paid to frame him, compelling him to investigate.

To Die but Once by Jacqueline Winspear: Maisie Dobbs is asked to investigate the disappearance of a local young apprentice craftsman working on a government contract.

The Escape Artist by Bad Meltzer: After discovering that Nola Brown, a military artist-in-residence who was recently declared dead is still alive, Jim “Zig” Zigarowski, a worker at Dover Air Force Base learns that she saw something on her last mission that made her a target.

An American Marriage by Tayari Jones: Newlyweds Celestial and Roy, the living embodiment of the New South, are settling into the routine of their life together when Roy is sent to prison for a crime he didn’t commit. An insightful look into the lives of people who are bound and separated by forces beyond their control.

White Houses by Amy Bloom: Lorena Hickok meets Eleanor Roosevelt in 1932 while reporting on Franklin Roosevelt’s first presidential campaign. “Hick,” as she’s known to her friends and admirers, is not quite instantly charmed by the idealistic, patrician Eleanor. But then, as her connection with the future first lady deepens into intimacy, what begins as a powerful passion matures into a lasting love, and a life that Hick never expected to have.

The Woman Left Behind by Linda Howard: When the base where she’s stationed is attacked, Jina manages to escape. Levi would never willingly leave a soldier behind, especially a brave woman whose sweet voice haunts his every thought. Once he discovers Jina is alive, the tenacious warrior will walk into fire to save this intriguing woman who has captured his heart.

Framed Robbery by Marlene Chase: Liz Eckardt has just returned from an innkeepers’ conference and she brought home the wrong suitcase! When Liz goes to return the suitcase to a young woman she met on the plane, she is prevented from seeing her more than once and can’t help but wonder if something funny is going on.

New Adult Fiction Titles

The Sometimes Sisters by Carolyn Brown: Dana, Harper, and Tawny have barely spoken in years, and it broke their grandmother’s heart. Now she’s gone, leaving her home to her granddaughters, and they’ve returned with regrets, mistrust, and guilt. Now the secrets that once drove them apart could bring them back together–especially when they discover their grandmother may have been hiding something, too.

Sunburn by Laura Lippman: A novel of psychological suspense about a pair of lovers with the best intentions and the worst luck: two people locked in a passionate yet uncompromising game of cat and mouse. But instead of rules, this game has dark secrets, forbidden desires, inevitable betrayals, and cold-blooded murder. One is playing a long game. But which one?

The Deep Dark Descending by Allen Eskin: Homicide Detective Max Rupert never fully accepted his wife’s death, but when he learns that in fact she was murdered, he devotes himself to hunting down her killers.

The Rising Sea by Clive Cussler: An alarming rise in the world’s sea levels–much larger than could be accounted for by glacier melt–sends the NUMA team around the globe in search of answers. What they find at the bottom of the East China Sea, however, is even worse than they imagined: a diabolical plan to upset the Pacific balance of power–and in the process displace as many as a billion people.

Survival by Ben Bova: A human team sent to scout a few hundred lightyears in front of the death wave encounters a civilization far in advance of our own, a civilization of machine intelligences. They are uninterested in helping to save other civilizations. But now that the humans have discovered them, they refuse to allow them to leave, reasoning that other humans will follow if they learn of their existence.

The Disappeared by C.J. Box: Wyoming’s new governor isn’t sure what to make of Joe Pickett, but he has a job for him that is extremely delicate. A prominent female British executive never came home from the high-end guest ranch she was visiting, and the British Embassy is pressing hard.

The Hush by John Hart: It’s been ten years since Johnny twin sister disappeared, and Johnny’s search for her exposed deadly secrets that rocked the community. Since then, Johnny has fought to maintain his privacy, but books have been written of his exploits. Living alone in wilderness, Johnny’s only connection is his old friend, Jack. And Jack sees darkness and hunger in the wild places Johnny calls home…

Raspberry Danish Murder by Joanne Fluke: Thanksgiving has a way of thawing the frostiest hearts in Lake Eden. But that won’t be happening for newlywed Hannah Swensen Barton, not after her husband suddenly disappears.

A Dangerous Game by Heather Graham: Kieran Finnegan is accosted by a desperate woman who shoves an infant into her arms and then flees, only to be murdered minutes later on a busy Manhattan street. Who was the woman? Where did the baby come from? Kieran won’t sit idle when a lead surfaces through her family’s pub. Investigating on her own, she uncovers a dangerous group that plays fast and loose with human lives and will stop at nothing to keep their secrets.