New Nonfiction Titles

Underland by Robert MacFarlane: Knife by Jo Nesbo: In Underland, Macfarland delivers his masterpiece: an epic exploration of the Earth’s underworlds as they exist in myth, literature, memory, and the land itself. He takes us on an extraordinary journey into our relationship with darkness, burial, and what lies beneath the surface of both place and mind.

The Kennedy Heirs by Randy Taraborrelli: Raised in a world of enormous privilege against the backdrop of American history, the third generation of Kennedys often veered between towering accomplishment and devastating defeat. In his revelatory new book, Kennedy historian J. Randy Taraborrelli draws back the curtain on the next generation of America’s most famous family

White by Bret Easton Ellis: Ellis’s combination of personal reflection and social observation is at once an example, definition, and defense of what ‘freedom of speech’ truly means. He has established a legacy as someone determined to speak the truth, however painful it might be. Now Ellis eviscerates the perceived good that the social-media age has wrought, when the contradictions inherent in all of us are at risk of being erased.

Songs of America by Jon Meachum and Tim McGraw: America has been shaped not just by our elected leaders and our formal politics but also by our music—by the lyrics, performers, and instrumentals that have helped to carry us through the dark days and to celebrate the bright ones. Songs of America explores both famous songs and lesser-known ones, expanding our understanding of the scope of American music and lending deeper meaning to their historical context.

One Giant Leap by Charles Fishman:by Charles Fishman: Shares the story of the remarkable NASA scientists and engineers who created America’s space program and fulfilled President Kennedy’s mandate to put a man on the Moon before 1970.

The Lake of the Ozarks by William Geist: Bill Geist reflects on his coming of age in the American heartland of the Midwest and traces his evolution as a man and a writer, in the summers between high school and college, before he went off to Vietnam and the country went to Hell.

Darwin’s Fossils by Adrian Lister: Reveals how Darwin’s study of fossils shaped his scientific thinking and led to his development of the theory of evolution.

Craft the Rainbow by Brittany Jepsen: What began as an Instagram hashtag and project collection (#CrafttheRainbow) that quickly went viral has become a show stopping book, offering a rainbow of completely new project ideas. In Craft the Rainbow, Jepsen walks readers through the easy basics of transforming simple paper–including tissue, crepe, cardstock, leaves of books, and vintage and recycled paper–into vibrant, fanciful, handmade projects suitable for every occasion.

Taste of Home: Pumpkin: Can’t get enough of that sweet and spicy, wholesome and homey pumpkin taste? Then you need round-the-clock pumpkin dishes from Taste of Home Pumpkin. With 101 heartwarming breakfasts, dinners, desserts and snacks, it’s the ultimate collection for pumpkin lovers to warm the heart and soul.”

New Fiction Titles

Shamed by Linda Castillo: An Amish grandmother is murdered on an abandoned farm, her seven year old granddaughter abducted. Chief of Police Kate Burkholder plunges headlong into a case that quickly becomes a race against the clock. After an attempt on her life, Kate unearths a haunting and tragic secret that changes everything she thought she knew about the family for whom she is fighting.

Knife by Jo Nesbo: Harry Hole is working cold cases, but he is more worried about the rapist and murderer, Svein Finne, who will soon be out of prison, and when he wakes up from a drunken blackout with blood on his hands, it marks the start of a waking nightmare.

Lost and Found by Danielle Steel: After a sever fall from a ladder Maddie, a renowned photographer embarks on a road trip to answer questions about the men she loved and might have married–but didn’t–in the years after she was left alone with three young children. She sets off to reconnect with three very different men–one in Boston, one in Chicago, and another in Wyoming–to know once and for all if the decisions she made long ago were the right ones.

Big Sky by Kate Atkinson: Jackson Brodie has relocated to a quiet seaside village. It’s picturesque, but something darker lurks behind the scenes. Jackson’s current job, gathering proof of an unfaithful husband for his suspicious wife, is fairly standard-issue, but a chance encounter with a desperate man on a crumbling cliff leads him into a sinister network – and back across the path of his old friend Reggie.

Red Metal by Mark Greaney: The Russian bear has awakened. Their tanks race across Poland crushing all opposition on a headlong dash for the heart of Germany. Satellite killing missiles blind American forces while Spetznatz teams destroy Allied communications relays. Operation Red Metal is a nightmare scenario made real but could it just be the first move on the Russian chessboard?

The First Mistake by Sandie Jones: For Alice, life has never been better. With her second husband, she has a successful business, two children, and a beautiful house. She knows that life could have been different if her first husband had lived, but Nathan’s arrival into her life gave her back the happiness she craved. When Nathan starts acting strangely, Alice turns to her best friend Beth for help. But soon, Alice begins to wonder whether her trust has been misplaced.

Backlash by Brad Thor: In ancient texts, there are stories about men who struck from the shadows, seemingly beyond the reach of death itself. These men were considered part angel, part demon. You crossed these men at your peril. And once crossed, there was no crossing back. Two days ago, such a man was crossed. Now, far from home and surrounded by his enemy, Scot Harvath must battle his way out. But survival isn’t enough. Harvath wants revenge.

The Cactus by Sarah Haywood: For Susan Green, messy emotions don’t fit into the equation of her perfectly ordered life. But suddenly confronted with the loss of her mother and the news that she is about to become a mother herself, Susan’s greatest fear is realized. She is losing control.. As Susan’s due date draws near and her family problems become increasingly difficult to ignore, Susan finds help and self-discovery in the most unlikely of places.

New DVD’s

Captain Marvel: Captain Marvel takes you on a spectacular adventure from the 1990’s, tracing the path of Carol Danvers as she becomes one of the most powerful heroes in the universe. When a galactic war reaches Earth, she meets young agent Nick Fury at the center of a maelstrom, leading to her ultimate destiny as an Avenger.

Hotel Mumbai: Vividly recounts the siege of the famed Taj Hotel by a group of terrorists in Mumbai, India. Among the dedicated hotel staff is the renowned chef Hemant Oberoi and a waiter who choose to risk their lives to protect their guests. As the world watches on, a desperate couple is forced to make unthinkable sacrifices to protect their newborn child.

Pet Sematary: After the Creed family relocates from Boston to rural Maine, they soon discover an ancient burial ground hidden deep in the woods near their new home. When tragedy strikes, the grief-stricken father is driven by the cemetery’s sinister power, setting off a perilous chain of events that unleashes an unfathomable evil with horrific consequences.

Us: An endearing American family is pitted against a terrifying and uncanny opponent: doppelgangers of themselves.

Castle Rock: the complete first season: This star-studded psychological-thriller series from J.J. Abrams and Stephen King combines the mythological scale and intimate character storytelling of King’s best-loved works, weaving an epic saga of darkness and light in the fictional town of Castle Rock, Maine. This first-of-its-kind re-imagining explores the themes and worlds uniting King’s entire literary canon while brushing up against some of his most iconic, beloved and terrifying tales.

Five Feet Apart: Unlike most teenagers, Stella has to spend much of her time living at a hospital as a cystic fibrosis patient. When she meets Will, a fellow patient, she feels a powerful connection – but restrictions dictate that she and will maintain a safe distance between them. As their feelings grow, Stella and Will face a life-changing question: How does love feel when a single touch is off limits?

Shazam: Bill Batson in a streetwise 14-year-old who can magically transform into the adult superhero Shazam! simply by shouting out one word. His newfound powers get put to the test when he squares off against the evil Dr. Thaddeus Sivana.

Orange is the New Black: season six: Picking up one week after the emergency response team stormed Litchfield Penitentiary, the ladies of Litch have been torn apart, literally and figuratively, as they enter a new facility. Now newbies starting at the bottom, they must navigate new rules and power dynamics while getting hazed by inmates and tortured by guards. Friendships will be tested and new allegiances formed – some by choice, others by circumstance – as the women face a slew of charges from the riot.

The Walking Dead: season nine: This show is all about survival, the risks, and the things you’ll have to do to survive after a devastating zombie apocalypse.

Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan: season 1: When CIA analyst Jack Ryan is pulled from the safety of his desk job and catapulted into a deadly game of cat and mouse throughout Europe and the Middle East, he must race to stop a terrorist’s plans for a massive attack against the U.S. and her allies.

New Summer Fiction

The Summer We Lost Her by Tish Cohen: In the Adirondacks, preparing to sell the cabin that’s been in Matt’s family for generations. When their daughter Gracie — “Little Green”– disappears without a trace, Elise and Matt struggle to come to terms with what their future may bring.

Summer of ’69 by Elin Hilderbrand: It’s 1969, and for the Levin family, the times they are a-changing. Every year the children have looked forward to spending the summer at their grandmother’s historic home in downtown Nantucket. As the summer heats up, Ted Kennedy sinks a car in Chappaquiddick, man flies to the moon, and Jessie and her family experience their own dramatic upheavals along with the rest of the country.

The Summer of Sunshine and Margot by Susan Mallery: When etiquette coach Margo works with an aging movie star, she falls for her client’s son, while her twin sister Sunshine tries to resist falling for the single dad who happens to be her boss.

Surfside Sisters by Nancy Thayer: Returning to her Nantucket childhood home in the wake of personal and professional setbacks, novelist Keely Green is forced to face her estranged best friend, Isabelle, and when she begins to fall for Isabelle’s brother, things become complicated.

The Summer Country by Lauren Willig: Barbados, 1854: Emily Dawson has always been the poor cousin in a prosperous English merchant clan– merely a vicar’s daughter, and a reform-minded vicar’s daughter, at that. Everyone knows that the family’s lucrative shipping business will go to her cousin, Adam, one day. But when her grandfather dies, Emily receives an unexpected inheritance: Peverills, a sugar plantation in Barbados–a plantation her grandfather never told anyone he owned.

One Night at the Lake by Bethany Chase: A tragedy on a hot summer night at a lake house forever alters the lives of two best friends–and the man they both love. But the truth isn’t as simple as it appears in this intricate novel that explores a complex tangle of friendship, loyalty, and betrayal, all driving toward one question: What exactly happened to Leah on that hot summer night?

Window on the Bay by Debbie Macomber: After a messy divorce nearly twenty years ago, she raised her two children on her own, juggling motherhood with her beloved job as a Seattle intensive care nurse. But when it comes to life’s other great adventure–dating–Jenna still isn’t sure she’s ready to let love in . . . until an unexpected encounter begins to change her mind.

The Lemon Sisters by Jill Shalvis: Brooke Lemon has always led the life she wanted, wild adventures–and mistakes–included, something her perfect sister, Mindy, never understood. So when Mindy shows up on Brooke’s doorstep in the throes of a break-down with her three little kids in tow, Brooke’s shocked. Soon the sisters begin to wonder: Are they lemons in life? In love? All they know is that neither seems to be able to run far enough to outpace her demons.

The Friends We Keep by Jane Green: Evvie, Maggie, and Topher have known each other since university. Now years have passed, the friends have drifted apart, and none of them ever found the lives they wanted. At their thirtieth reunion, they have a second chance at happiness … until a dark secret is revealed that changes everything. The Friends We Keep is about how despite disappointments we’ve had or mistakes we’ve made, it’s never too late to find a place to call home.