New Fiction Titles

Once a Rebel by Mary Jo Putney: Lord George Gordon Audley had been Callista Brooke’s best friend. His gallant attempt to save her from an arranged marriage ended with Callie in Jamaica, and Gordon in the penal colony of Australia. Reunited after many years, the innocent childhood friendship has become a passion that will save or destroy them when they challenge the aristocracy that exiled them both.

The Colors of All the Cattle by Alexander McCall Smith: When Mma Ramotswe learns about the proposed construction of the flashy Big Fun Hotel next to a graveyard, she runs for City Council. Her opponent is none other than Violet Sephotho, who is in the pocket of the hotel developers.

The Little Shop of Found Things by Paula Brackston: Xanthe and her mother Flora leave London behind for a fresh start, taking over an antique shop in the historic town of Marlborough. While Xanthe is examining a chatelaine she’s transported back to the seventeenth century where she must put right the injustice in its story to save an innocent girl’s life, or else it’ll cost her Flora’s.

The Next Person You Meet in Heaven by Mitch Albom: Fifteen years ago Eddie, an amusement park mechanic, died saving the life of a young girl named Annie. As a young woman Annie reconnects with her childhood love. When their wedding night ends in an unimaginable accident, Annie finds herself on her own heavenly journey — and an inevitable reunion with Eddie, one of the five people who will show her how her life mattered in ways she could not have fathomed.

Three Days Missing by Kimberly Belle: Kat Jenkin’s only son goes missing on a class field trip, while Stefanie Huntington’s son is being threatened. But is the culprit an anonymous stranger or someone the women trust?

The Witch Elm by Tana French: Toby surprises two burglars who beat him and leave him for dead. Struggling to recover from his injuries, he takes refuge at his family’s ancestral home to care for his dying uncle Hugo. Then a skull is found in the trunk of an elm tree in the garden – and as detectives close in, Toby is forced to face the possibility that his past may not be what he has always believed.

Elevation by Stephen King: Although Scott Carey doesn’t look any different, he’s been steadily losing weight. He weighs the same in his clothes and out of them, no matter how heavy they are. Scott doesn’t want to be poked and prodded. He mostly just wants someone else to know. He soon finds unlikely alliances, the annual foot race, and the mystery of his affliction bring out the best in people who have indulged the worst in themselves and others.

Dark Signal by Shannon Baker: Who would want to kill Chad Mills? Kate finds that he made a few enemies as president of the railroad workers union. She may not have the experience, but she’s lived in the Sandhills her whole life, and knows the land and the people. Something doesn’t add up–and Kate must find the real killer before he can strike again.

Silver Anniversary Murder by Leslie Meier: As Tinker’s Cove, Maine, buzzes over a town-wide silver wedding anniversary bash, Lucy is reminded of her. When she reaches out to an old friend, Beth, Lucy realizes that a reunion will happen sooner than later—at Beth’s funeral. The more Lucy learns about Beth’s rumored plot to scandalize her former husbands in an act of revenge, the more she suspects one of them committed murder.

New Fiction Titles

Dark Sacred Night by Michael Connelly: Bosch is investigating the death of fifteen-year-old Daisy Clayton, a runaway on the streets of Hollywood who was brutally murdered and her body left in a dumpster like so much trash. Ballard joins forces with Bosch to find out what happened to Daisy and finally bring her killer to justice.

Long Road to Mercy by David Baldacci: Ever since Altee Pine’s her twin sister was abducted by a notorious serial killer at age five, Atlee has spent her life hunting down those who hurt others. She could be one of the Bureau’s top criminal profilers, if she didn’t prefer catching criminals in the vast wilderness of the West to climbing the career ladder in the D.C. office.

Look Alive Twenty-Five by Janet Evanovich: Over the last month, three managers of the Red River Deli have vanished from the face of the earth; the only clue in each case is one shoe that’s been left behind. The police are baffled. Lula is convinced that it’s a case of alien abduction. Whatever it is, they’d better figure out what’s going on before they lose their new manager, Ms. Stephanie Plum.

The Reckoning by John Grisham: Pete Banning was Clanton community’s favorite son. Then one cool October morning in 1946, he rose early, drove into town, walked into the Church, and calmly shot and killed the Reverend Dexter Bell. As if the murder wasn’t shocking enough, it was even more baffling that Pete’s only statement about it was “I have nothing to say.”

How to Keep a Secret by Sarah Morgan: Lauren, Jenna, their mother, Nancy, and Lauren’s daughter, Mack, are not so close. But when they are thrown together for a summer on Martha’s Vineyard, these very different women must relearn how to be a family. And while unraveling their secrets might be their biggest challenge, the rewards could be infinite.

Reborn by Meredith Wild: Six years ago, Tristan Stone was everything to me. Tristan claims someone wants me dead. He’s scarred and dangerous, but all of that seems to melt away when we touch. I might be the only one who can give him his memories, but I want more. The lover I could never forget is trapped inside the heartless man he’s become. I won’t stop until I reach him.

Shell Game by Sara Paretsky: Warshawski returns to the Windy City to save a friend’s nephew from a murder arrest. The case involves a stolen artifact that could implicate a network of international criminals. She soon finds herself tangling with the Russian mob, ISIS backers, and a shady network of stock scams and stolen art that stretches from Chicago to the East Indies and the Middle East.

The Tattooist of Auschwitz by Heather Morris: In April 1942, Lale Sokolovis is forcibly transported to the concentration camps at Auschwitz-Birkenau. When his captors discover that he speaks several languages, he is tasked with permanently marking his fellow prisoners. Imprisoned for more than two and a half years, he witnesses horrific atrocities and barbarism–but also incredible acts of bravery and compassion. One day Lale comforts a trembling young woman waiting in line to have the number 34902 tattooed onto her arm. Her name is Gita, and Lale vows to somehow survive the camp and marry her.

New Fiction Titles

Heads You Win by Jeffrey Archer: When Alex’s father is assassinated by the KGB, he and his mother flip a coin to decide whether to flee to America, or Great Britain. This epic tale spans thirty years, as we follow Alex’s struggle to conquer his new world as an immigrant, and his eventual decision to face the past in Russia.

Every Breath by Nicholas Sparks: A chance encounter becomes a touchstone for two very different people–transcending decades, continents, and the workings of fate.

Vendetta by Iris Johansen: With his dying breath, Carl Venable, head of the CIA task force on terrorism and Jude Brandon’s final link to terrorist ringleader Max Huber, gives Brandon a mandate: to keep his daughter, Rachel, safe at any cost. But Rachel Venable has a shocking, twisted past of her own, one that comes rushing back after her medical clinic in Guyana is attacked by Huber–the same man who murdered her father and kept her imprisoned for months.

The Forbidden Door by Dean Koontz: She was one of the FBI’s top agents until she became the nation’s most-wanted fugitive. Now Jane Hawk may be all that stands between a free nation and its enslavement by a powerful secret society’s terrifying mind-control technology. With the madness spreading like a virus, the war between Jane and her enemies will become a fight for all their lives — against the lethal terror unleashed from behind the forbidden door.

Blood Communion by Anne Rice: Lestat, rebel outlaw, addresses the tribe of vampires, directly, intimately, passionately, and tells the mesmerizing story of the formation of the Blood Communion and how he became Prince of the vampire world, the true ruler of this vast realm, and how his vision for all the Children of the Universe to thrive as one, came to be.

The Queen’s Fool by Philippa Gregory: In 1553, Hannah Green, a young Jewish girl, flees to London to escape the Spanish Inquisition and catches the attention of Robert Dudley, who plans to use her talents for observation and second sight.

Sea of Greed by Clive Cussler: After an explosion in the Gulf of Mexico destroys three oil rigs, Kurt Austin and the NUMA Special Projects Team are tapped by the President of the United States to find out what’s gone wrong. The trail leads them to a brilliant billionaire in the alternative energy field. Her goal is the end of the oil age; her company has spent billions developing the worlds’ most advanced fuel-cell systems. But is she an environmental hero…or a rogue genetic engineer?

Nine Perfect Strangers by Liane Moriarty: Nine people gather at a remote health resort. Some are here to lose weight, some are here to get a reboot on life, some are here for reasons they can’t even admit to themselves. Amidst all of the luxury and pampering, none of them could imagine just how challenging the next ten days are going to be.

Past Tense by Lee Child: Reacher, the eternal drifter, happens by chance on the small New Hampshire town he remembers his father was supposed to have come from. But when he starts looking for his dad’s old home, he finds there’s no record of anyone named Reacher ever having lived there.

New Nonfiction Titles

Led Zeppelin by Led Zeppelin: Presents a chronological photographic diary of the band Led Zeppelin.

Gooseberry Patch: Foolproof Christmas: Foolproof Christmas is filled with quick and easy recipes for the merriest holiday season. You’ll find easy-to-follow directions using familiar ingredients, plus a collection of Christmas memories and clever tips for making every holiday occasion special.

Quilts of Valor: A 50 State Tribute: Including more than 200 photos and fascinating stories of how quilts can honor and even heal, this book explains the history of military quilts since our nation’s beginning. A Quilt of Valor from each of our 50 states is showcased, sharing impacts on individuals and communities. Includes sixteen patterns.

Becoming by Michelle Obama: In her memoir Michelle Obama invites readers into her world, chronicling the experiences that have shaped her—from her childhood on the South Side of Chicago to her years as an executive balancing the demands of motherhood and work, to her time spent at the world’s most famous address.

Killing the SS by Bill O’Reilly: As the true horrors of the Third Reich began to be exposed, the Nazi war criminals who committed genocide went on the run. Killing the SS is the epic saga of the espionage and daring waged by self-styled “Nazi hunters.” Over decades, these men and women scoured the world, tracking down the SS fugitives and bringing them to justice, which often meant death.

Delish by Joanna Saltz: Amazingly delicious recipes from the team behind Hearst’s wildly popular website.

The Library Book by Susan Orlean: Susan Orlean reopens the unsolved mystery of the most catastrophic library fire in American history, and delivers a dazzling love letter to a beloved institution–our libraries.

Homebody by Joanna Gaines: Demonstrates how to create a home that reflects the individuals who live there, sharing in-depth, comprehensive guidelines for developing an authentic personal design style.

Presidents of War by Michael Beschloss: Charts the controversial leadership, public reputations and evolving political powers of American wartime presidents from the War of 1812 through Vietnam, including Lincoln, Wilson and LBJ.

Spygate by Dan Bongino: The comprehensive story of how the Obama administration, Hillary Clinton campaign, and foreign entities tried to sabotage the Trump campaign in the 2016 presidential election. Former Secret Service agent and NYPD police officer Dan Bongino joins forces with journalist D.C. McAllister to clear away fake news and show you how Trump’s political opponents, both foreign and domestic, tried to sabotage his campaign and delegitimize his presidency.

Cook Like a Pro by Ina Garten: Although Ina is completely self-taught and doesn’t consider herself to be a “professional” cook, she has spent decades working with chefs and learning the techniques that take their cooking to the next level. In Cook Like a Pro, Ina shares some of her most irresistible recipes and very best “pro tips.” With beautiful photos and a treasury of pro tips that span prepping, making, and serving, as Ina says, “You don’t have to be a pro to cook like one!