New Fiction Titles

The Oracle by Jonathan Kahn: Cahn opens up the Jubilean prophecies and a mystery so big that it has determined everything from the rise and fall of world empires to two world wars, the current events of our day, the future, end-time prophecy, and much more. As with Cahn’s other works, the mysteries revealed within the pages of The Oracle are absolutely real, amazing, life-changing, and mind-blowing.

Stay and Fight by Madeline Ffitch: Helen arrives in Appalachian Ohio eager to carry out her boyfriend’s ideas for living off the land, but when winter comes he calls it quits. Helped by Rudy, her government-questioning, seasonal-affective-disordered boss, and the neighbor couple Karen and Lily, Helen makes it to spring. Then Rudy sets up a fruit-tree nursery on the pipeline easement edging their land, and soon the outside world is brought clamoring into their makeshift family.

The Swallows by Lisa Lutz: A new teacher at a New England prep school ignites a gender war–with deadly consequences. As the school’s secrets begin to trickle out, a boys-versus-girls skirmish turns into an all-out war, with deeply personal–and potentially fatal–consequences for everyone involved. Lisa Lutz’s blistering, timely tale shows us what can happen when silence wins out over decency for too long–and why the scariest threat of all might be the idea that sooner or later, girls will be girls.

The Testaments by Margaret Atwood: More than fifteen years after the events of The Handmaid’s Tale, the theocratic regime of the Republic of Gilead maintains its grip on power, but there are signs it is beginning to rot from within. As the story unfolds, so to do the innermost workings of Gilead as each woman is forced to come to terms with who she is, and how far she will go for what she believes.

Old Bones by Douglas Preston: Nora Kelly, a young but successful curator with a series of important excavations already under her belt, is approached by the handsome Historian, Clive Benton, to lead an expedition unlike any other. But it is one that puts them both in mortal danger from a very real, present-day threat in which the search for the lost Donner party, and its fabled fortune in gold, are merely means to a horrifying end.

Contraband by Stuart Woods: Stone Barrington is getting some much-needed rest and relaxation in the Florida sun when trouble falls from the sky—literally. Intrigued by the suspicious circumstances surrounding this event, Stone joins forces with a sharp-witted and alluring local detective to investigate. But they run into a problem: the evidence keeps disappearing.

The Russia Account by Stephen Coonts: CIA officer Tommy Carmellini is pitted against a murderous, international financial conspiracy that leaves a trail of death and corruption, extending from a small bank in Estonia, to the highest reaches of the Kremlin, to the halls of the Congress, and perhaps even to the CIA itself — putting Admiral Jake Grafton, the head of the CIA, in the crosshairs of an assassin.

Nothing Ventures by Jeffrey Archer: Nothing Ventured heralds the start of a brand new series in the style of Jeffrey Archer’s #1 New York Times bestselling Clifton Chronicles: introducing Detective William Warwick. But this is not a detective story, this is a story about the making of a detective. Through twists, triumph and tragedy, this series will show that William Warwick is destined to become one of Jeffrey Archer’s most enduring legacies.

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