New Fiction Titles

From bestselling author Patrick deWitt comes a brilliant and darkly comic novel about a wealthy widow and her adult son who flee New York for Paris in the wake of scandal and financial disintegration.

The six D’Aplièse sisters have each been on their own incredible journey to discover their heritage, but they still have one question left unanswered: who and where is the seventh sister?

A shooting lays bare the secrets harbored by five families in a sleepy suburban cul-de-sac where a diverse group of neighbors all bear scars and all have access to guns. Not all will survive the night.

When Chief Armand Gamache is asked to provide security for an event held by Professor Abigail Robinson he discovers an agenda so repulsive he begs the university to cancel the lecture. As sides are declared, a madness takes hold and murder is committed.

A CIA analyst makes a split-second decision that endangers her country but saves her son–and now she must team up with an answer-hungry journalist she’s not sure she can trust.

Assassin Billy Summers is a good guy in a bad job, and he wants out. Then something happens that changes everything. A stranger needs rescuing, and Billy sacrifices the safety of his own perfectly devised new life to offer her protection.

Lady Clementine is the ferocious story of the brilliant and ambitious woman beside Winston Churchill who would not surrender either to expectations or to enemies.

Told in prose as clear as a spring-fed creek, this book paints a portrait of a family whose bonds are tested and a community clinging to a vanishing way of life. It’s a story of the enduring power of love—between husband and wife, mother and child, and longtime neighbors.

In the shadow of Mount Hood, two girls are suddenly overcome by a strange vibrating crescendo rising out of the forest like deafening screams. Their father sweeps them up and drops them through a trapdoor into a storm cellar. But the sound only gets worse…

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