New Fiction Titles

The Mermaid and Mrs. Hancock by Imogene Gowar: John Hancock accidentally come to own a brown, small, and dead Mermaid. As gossip spreads, all of London is curious to see this marvel. At a party, he meets Angelica Neal, the most desirable woman he has ever laid eyes on–and a shrewd courtesan of great accomplishment. This meeting sparks a perilous liaison that steers both their lives onto a dangerous new course as they come to realize that priceless things often come at the greatest cost.

Red War by Kyle Mills: When Russian president Maxim Krupin discovers that he has inoperable brain cancer, he’s determined to cling to power. Upon learning of his condition, CIA director Irene Kennedy understands the US faces an opponent who has nothing to lose. The only way to avoid a confrontation that could leave millions dead is to send Mitch Rapp to Russia under impossibly dangerous orders

Transcription by Kate Atkinson: In 1940, eighteen-year old Juliet Armstrong is reluctantly recruited into the world of espionage. After the war ends, she presumes the events of those years have been relegated to the past forever, until she is unexpectedly confronted by figures from her past. A different war is being fought now, on a different battleground, but Juliet finds herself once more under threat. A bill of reckoning is due, and she finally begins to realize that there is no action without consequence.

Ambush by James Patterson: One of Bennett’s children sustains a mysterious injury, and a series of murders follows, each with a distinct signature, alerting Bennett to the presence of a professional killer. Michael Bennett can’t untangle what’s driving the assassin-but he can tell it’s personal.

A Spark of Light by Jodi Picoult: A gunman bursts in and opens fire on a women’s health center, taking all inside hostage. Hugh McElroy, a police hostage negotiator, finds out that his fifteen-year-old daughter, Wren, is inside the clinic. But Wren is not alone. She will share the next few hours with a cast of unforgettable characters: a nurse, a doctor, a pro-life protester disguised as a patient, and young woman who has come to terminate her pregnancy, the disturbed individual himself, vowing to be heard.

Consumed by J.R. Ward: Anne Ashburn is a woman consumed… by her bitter family legacy, by her scorched career as a firefighter, by her obsession with department bad boy Danny Maguire. But when one risky decision at a warehouse fire changes her life forever, Ann must reinvent not only her job but her whole self. She doesn’t believe she will ever feel that same all-consuming passion for her job again–until she encounters a string of suspicious fires setting her beloved city ablaze.

Baby Teeth by Zoje Stage: Hanna’s the sweet-but-silent angel in the adoring eyes of her Daddy. He’s the only person who understands her, and all Hanna wants is to live happily ever after with him. But Mommy stands in her way, and she’ll try any trick she can think of to get rid of her. Ideally for good.

Dark Tide Rising by Anne Perry: Businessman Harry Exeter doesn’t want the aid of the Thames River Police in tracking down the men who kidnapped his wife, Kate. He only asks them to help him navigate Jacob’s Island where he will hand off money in exchange for her life. But when they arrive at the meeting place, Commander Monk and five of his best men are attacked from all sides, and Monk is left wondering who could have given away their plans–and why anyone would want to harm Kate Exeter.

New Nonfiction Titles

Outrage, Inc.: how the liberal mob ruined science, journalism and Hollywood by Derek Hunter: Offers an alarming look at how progressives have taken over academia, pop culture, and journalism in order to declare everything liberal great, and everything great, liberal. Progressives love to attack conservatives as anti-science, wallowing in fake news, and culturally backwards. Clever, controversial, and convincing, Derek Hunter’s book gets to the root of America’s biggest cultural war lies.

The Fall of Western Civilization: how liberalism is destroying the West from within by Shivaji Lokam: Author Shivaji Lokam weaves through the forces of industry, technology, human nature, religion, and nation-state to tell how and why the West is collapsing.

Winners Take All by Anand Giridharadas: Former New York Times columnist Anand Giridharadas takes us into the inner sanctums of a new gilded age, where the rich and powerful fight for equality and justice any way they can–except ways that threaten the social order and their position atop it.

Addicted to Outrage by Glenn Beck: Examines America’s addiction to outrage, drawing from the author’s personal experiences and relevant examples to identify the problem, discussing why it should be fixed, and showing readers the way to a hopeful, happy future.

Ship of Fools by Tucker Carlson: The popular FOX News star of Tucker Carlson Tonight offers his signature fearless and funny political commentary on how America’s ruling class has failed everyday Americans.

The Deep State by Jason Chaffetz: Former Congressman and current Fox News contributor Jason Chaffetz explains how we ended up with a politicized federal bureaucracy that actively works to promote the Democrat party agenda and undermine Donald Trump.

The Case Against Impeaching Trump by Alan Dershowitz: The author seeks to reorient the debate over impeachment to the same standard that Dershowitz has continued to uphold for decades: the law of the United States of America, as established by the Constitution.

The Great Alignment: race, party transformation, and the rise of Donald Trump by Alan Abramowitz: Abramowitz shows how the partisan alignment arose out of the breakup of the old New Deal coalition; introduces the most important difference between our current era and past eras, the rise of “negative partisanship.” This statistically based analysis shows that racial anxiety is by far a better predictor of support for Donald Trump than any other factor, including economic discontent.

Contempt: a memoir of the Clinton investigation by Kenneth Starr: Ken Starr sheds light on everything he couldn’t say during the Clinton years as Ken Starr and his team tackled the many scandals of that Clinton era, from Whitewater to Vince Foster’s death to Travelgate to Monica Lewinsky. Starr explains in detail how all those scandals shared a common thread: the Clintons’ contempt for our system of justice.

Positive Populism by Steve Hilton: Entrepreneur, Fox News host, and former government insider Steve Hilton shows how populism can be a positive force for improving lives, with revolutionary ideas to restore the economic security and rebuild the ties of family community and nation that have been ripped apart by decades of policies that have favored big government, big business, and the powerful.

New Fiction Titles

Pieces of Her by Karin Slaughter: Andrea knows everything about her mother, Laura. But all that changes when a trip to the mall explodes into violence and Andrea suddenly sees a completely different side to Laura. Because it turns out that before Laura was Laura, she was someone completely different. Now Andrea is on a desperate journey following the breadcrumb trail of her mother’s past. And if she can’t uncover the secrets hidden there, there may be no future for either one of them

Shadow Tyrants by Clive Cussler: When the descendants of a legendary band of imperial secret-keepers threaten humanity, Juan Cabrillo and his team aboard the Oregon race to protect the world from a plot to eliminate all technology.

The House at Saltwater Point by Colleen Coble: When her sister Mackenzie disappears, Ellie can’t focus on anything but uncovering what happened. Her only clue is the bloodstain on the deck of Mackenzie’s boat. Coast Guard Grayson Bradshaw believes Mackenzie faked her own death after stealing a seized cocaine shipment. Both want the truth, but truth–and family–is often more complex than it appears.

Vicious by V.E. Schwab: Victor and Eli started out as college roommates. In their senior year, their shared research in adrenaline, near-death experiences, and seemingly supernatural events reveals an intriguing possibility: that under the right conditions, someone could develop extraordinary abilities. But when their thesis moves from the academic to the experimental, things go horribly wrong.

Halloween Murder by Leslie Meier: In Trick or Treat Murder, when arson turns into murder, a little digging in all the wrong places puts Lucy too close to a shocking discovery that could send her best-laid plans up in smoke. In Wicked Witch Murder, a gruesome murder of a psychic’s friend has Lucy Stone uncovering a deadly web of secrets and a spin-chilling brush with things that go bump in the night.

Feared by Lisa Scottoline: Rosato & DiNunzio are being sued for reverse sex discrimination by three plaintiffs who claim they weren’t hired because they were men. Mary and her partner soon figure out that Machiavelli manufactured the entire story and entrapped the law firm’s only male lawyer, John Foxman, into admitting sexual discrimination. Events turn deadly when Foxman ends up murdered. Now it’s all on the line as the women have to figure out who killed Foxman and save the law firm they love.

The Fall of Gondolin by J.R.R. Tolkien: The final work of J.R.R. Tolkien’s Middle-earth fiction, completing Christopher Tolkien’s life-long achievement as the editor and curator of his father’s manuscripts

The Café by the Sea by Jenny Colgan: Years ago Flora fled the quiet Scottish island where she grew up. But when fate brings Flora back to the island, she’s suddenly swept once more into life with her brothers – all strapping and loud – and her father. Yet even amid their reunion, Flora discovers a passion for cooking and finds herself restoring a dusty little pink-fronted shop on the harbor: a cafe by the sea.

In His Father’s Footsteps by Daniel Steel: The story of two World War II concentration camp survivors, the life they build together, and the son who faces struggles of his own as a first generation American determined to be his own person and achieve success.

New Fiction Titles

Bert and Norah: The Nickle and Dime Murders by Bernard Burgess: Murder sets the stage for a mystery woven around the undying love between a husband and wife private investigation team. Norah’s psychic abilities are combined with Bert’s intuitive logic and the nose of their exceptional tracking animal, a coyote-wolf hybrid named Missy.

Depth of Winter by Craig Johnson: Welcome to Walt Longmire’s worst nightmare. An international hit man and the head of one of the most vicious drug cartels in Mexico has kidnapped Walt’s daughter, Cady, and plans to auction her off. The American government is of limited help and the Mexican one even less. Walt heads into the Northern Mexican desert alone, one man against an army.

The Dinner List by Rebecca Serl: When Sabrina arrives at her thirtieth birthday dinner she finds at the table not just her best friend, but also three significant people from her past, and well, Audrey Hepburn. As the appetizers are served, wine poured, and dinner table conversation begins, it becomes clear that there’s a reason these six people have been gathered together.

The Endless Beach by Jenny Colgan: When Flora MacKenzie traded her glum career in London for the remote Scottish island of Mure, she never dreamed that Joel–her difficult, adorable boss–would follow. Flora is finding pleasure in the whales breaking waves off the beaches of Mure. But according to local superstition, it’s an omen–and a warning that Flora’s future could be as fleeting as the sea-spray.

Wild Fire by Ann Cleeves: When the Flemings designer Helena and architect Daniel move into a remote community in the north of Shetland, they think it’s a fresh start for themselves and their children. But their arrival triggers resentment, and Helena begins to receive small drawings of a gallows and a hanged man. Gossip spreads like wildfire.

John Woman by Walter Mosley: At twelve years old, Cornelius secretly takes over his father’s job at a silent film theater in New York’s East Village. After his father dies and his mother disappears, Cornelius sets about reinventing himself–as Professor John Woman, a man who will spread father’s teachings into classrooms and beyond. But there are other individuals who are attempting to influence the narrative of John Woman, and who might know something about the facts of his hidden past.

Leverage in Death by J.D. Robb: When Paul Rogan sets off a bomb at his office, killing eleven people, no one can understand why. Then his wife and daughter are found chained up in the family home, and everything becomes clear. Rogan had been given a horrifying choice – set off the bomb, or see his loved ones suffer and die. Lieutenant Eve Dallas knows the violence won’t end here.

Field of Bones by J.A. Jance: Sheriff Joanna Brady may expect to see her maternity leave through to completion, but the world has other plans when a serial homicide case surfaces. Rather than staying home with her newborn and losing herself in the cold cases to be found in her father’s long unread diaries, Joanna instead finds herself overseeing a complex investigation involving multiple jurisdictions.

Walking Shadows by Faye Kellerman: While investigating the two brutal murders, Detective Decker, with help from his temporary partner and his wife Rina, uncovers ties to a crime from twenty-years earlier.