New DVDs

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Godzilla vs. Kong: Legends collide as Godzilla and Kong, the two most powerful forces of nature, clash in a spectacular battle for the ages. As Monarch embarks on a perilous mission into fantastic uncharted terrain, unearthing clues to the Titans’ very origins, a human conspiracy threatens to wipe the creatures, both good and bad, from the face of the Earth forever.

Judas and the Black Messiah: FBI informant William O’Neal infiltrates the Illinois Black Panther Party and is tasked with keeping tabs on their charismatic leader, Chairman Fred Hampton. Hampton’s political prowess grows just as he’s falling in love with fellow revolutionary Deborah Johnson. Meanwhile, a battle wages for O’Neal’s soul. Will he align with the forces of good? Or subdue Hampton and The Panthers by any means, as FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover commands?

Raya and the Last Dragon: Kumandra was a land where humans and dragons lived together in harmony long ago. But when evil threatened the land, the dragons sacrificed themselves to save humanity. Now, 500 years later, that same evil has returned – and it’s up to a lone warrior, Raya, to track down the legendary last dragon to restore the fractured land and unite its divided people.

 The Chaperone: Adolescent, pre-movie-star Louise Brooks, and her thirty-six-year-old chaperone have their lives changed on their visit to New York City in the summer of 1922.

Land: A poignant story of one woman’s search for meaning in the vast and harsh American wilderness: Edee, in the aftermath of an unfathomable event, retreats to the magnificent, but unforgiving, wilds of the Rockies. After a local hunter brings her back from the brink of death, she must find a way to live again.

The Father: A man refuses all assistance from his daughter as he ages. As he tries to make sense of his changing circumstances, he begins to doubt his loved ones, his own mind and even the fabric of his reality.

The Salisbury Poisonings: In March 2018, Salisbury became the site of an unprecedented emergency after a nerve agent attack on a Russian double-agent and his daughter garnered international attention. As traces of the deadly poison were found throughout the city, officials scrambled to understand what was happening and how to protect residents. Through the extraordinary heroism of the local community, and not without tragedy, the city of Salisbury pulled together and persevered.

Nomadland: Following the closure of a gypsum mine in the rural Nevada town she calls home, Fern packs her van and sets off on the road. Exploring life outside conventional society as a modern-day nomad, Fern soon discovers a resilience and resourcefulness that present her with experiences unlike any she’s known before. Along the way in this story of hope, she meets other nomads who become mentors in her life amidst the vast, sometimes breathtaking landscape of the American West.

Crisis: Set against the backdrop of the opioid epidemic, three stories follow a drug trafficker arranging a multi-cartel Fentanyl smuggling operation; an architect, recovering from oxycodone addiction, searching for her missing son; and a university professor who battles unexpected revelations about his employer at a pharmaceutical company, bringing a new “non-addictive” painkiller to market.

The Marksman: Ex-Marine and hardened Arizona rancher Jim Hanson (Liam Neeson) simply wants to be left alone as he tries to make a living on an isolated stretch of borderland. But everything changes when he witnesses 11-year-old migrant Miguel and his mother fleeing from a band of assassins sent by a ruthless drug cartel. Defying law enforcement, Jim and Miguel hit the road and slowly begin to forge an unlikely friendship while the cartel’s relentless assassins blaze a bloody trail, hot on their heels.

55 Steps: This movie is based on the inspiring true story of the unlikely relationship between an outrageous and wickedly smart Eleanor Riese, a patient in a psychiatric hospital where she’s been mistreated, and her attorney, a workaholic patients’ rights lawyer, Colette Hughes.

Belgravia: On the eve of the Battle of Waterloo, two young lovers forge a legacy that will create scandal for generations to come. Years later, when the humble Trenchards move to Belgravia, they find themselves mixing with the venerated Brockenhursts. The families share a history that threatens inheritances and reputations, and there are those who would do anything to ensure secrets remain buried.

New Nonfiction

The Anthropocene Reviewed by John Green: The Anthropocene is the current geological age, in which human activity has profoundly shaped the planet and its biodiversity. In this remarkable symphony of essays adapted and expanded from his groundbreaking podcast, John Green reviews different facets of the human-centered planet-from the QWERTY keyboard and Staphylococcus aureus to the Taco Bell breakfast menu-on a five-star scale.

How to Make Resin Jewelry by Sara Naumann: Rings, pendants, brooches, cufflinks, hairpins and bracelets are all easy to make and look incredibly professional when done. In this inspiring book, well-known crafter Sara Naumann shows you just how easy and quick resin jewellery is to make, using minimal equipment and readily available products, and provides over 50 fabulous projects for you to try.

The Van Gogh Sisters by Willem-Jan Verlinden: Willem-Jan Verlinden delves into previously unpublished correspondence in the Van Gogh family archives to bring Vincent’s three sisters out from their brothers’ shadow, poignantly portraying their dreams, disappointments and grief.

Last Best Hope by George Packer: Acclaimed National Book Award-winning author George Packer diagnoses America’s descent into a failed state, and envisions a path toward overcoming our injustices, paralyses, and divides. In the year 2020, Americans suffered one rude blow after another to their health, livelihoods, and collective self-esteem. Packer explores the four narratives that now dominate American life: Free America; Smart America; Real America; and Just America.

Creative Alcohol Inks by Ashley Mahlberg: The newest addition to the Art for Modern Makers series, Creative Alcohol Inks explores the many artistic options of the popular painting and pouring medium, from the basics of handling, to layering and combining with other materials and mediums, to creating beautiful projects.

Shape by Jordan Ellenberg: Shape reveals the geometry underneath some of the most important scientific, political, and philosophical problems we face. Geometry asks: Where are things? Which things are near each other? How can you get from one thing to another thing? Those are important questions. Geometry doesn’t just measure the world-it explains it. Shape shows us how.

Finding the Mother Tree by S. Simrad: Suzanne Simard is a pioneer on the frontier of plant communication and intelligence who brings us into her world, the intimate world of the trees, in which she brilliantly illuminates vital truths–that trees are not simply the source of timber or pulp, but are a complicated, interdependent circle of life; that forests are social, cooperative creatures that communicate their vitality and vulnerabilities with communal lives not that different from our own.

The Menopause Manifesto by Dr. Jen Gunter: The only thing predictable about menopause is its unpredictability. Factor in widespread misinformation, a lack of research, and the culture of shame around women’s bodies, and it’s no wonder women are unsure what to expect during the menopause transition and beyond. Filled with practical, reassuring information, this essential guide will revolutionize how women experience menopause–including how their lives can be even better for it.

Abandoned Farmhouses and Homesteads of Nebraska by Trish Eklund: Like the families who deserted them, each home has a tale to tell and they are all unique. Every loss and triumph is absorbed within the splintered walls. Their gaping windows stare across the countryside searching for their lost residents. Trish Eklund’s personal experiences and the stories of those associated with the locations accompany the author’s enchanting images.

New Fiction

 Madam by Phoebe Wynne: Rose is a 26-year-old teacher and prestigious Caldonbrae boarding school’s new head of the department. She soon discovers that behind the school’s elitist veneer lies an impenetrable, starkly traditional culture. Secret circumstances surround the abrupt departure of her predecessor. In her search for answers, Rose instead uncovers the darkness that beats at the heart of Caldonbrae, forcing her to confront the school’s nefarious purpose, and her own role in perpetuating it.

Freed by E.L. James: Relive the sensuality, the romance, and the drama of Fifty Shades Freed through the thoughts, reflections, and dreams of Christian Grey. Ana’s defiant spirit continues to stir Christian’s darkest fears and tests his need for control. As old rivalries and resentments endanger them both, one misjudgment threatens to tear them apart. Can Christian overcome the nightmares of his childhood and the torments of his youth, and save himself?

Death with a Double Edge by Anne Perry: When junior barrister Daniel Pitt is summoned to the scene of a murder, he knows only that the victim is a senior barrister from the same firm. When inquiries in lead him to a local brothel and an opium den, but also–unexpectedly–to a wealthy shipbuilder, Daniel finds his path blocked by officials at every turn, his investigation so unwelcome that even his father, Special Branch head Thomas Pitt, receives a chilling warning from a powerful source.

The Saboteurs by Clive Cussler: Detective Isaac Bells wife has said that he is always in the wrong place at the right time. This is certainly the case when Bell thwarts the attempted assassination of a U.S. Senator shortly after meeting the man. This heroic rescue is just the start of the mystery for Bell, who suspects that the would-be assassins have a much larger and more dangerous agenda.

A Fatal Lie by Charles Todd: A peaceful Welsh village is thrown into turmoil when a terrified boy stumbles on a body in a nearby river. The man appears to have fallen, but there is no identification on the body, he isn’t a local, and no one will admit to having seen him before. With little to go on, the village police turn to Scotland Yard and Inspector Ian Rutledge for help.

Great Circle by Maggie Shipstead: In Missoula, Montana, Marian commences her lifelong love affair with flight until she eventually disappears on her attempt to circumnavigate the globe. A century later, Hadley Baxter is cast to play Marian in a film. Her immersion into the character of Marian unfolds, thrillingly, alongside Marian’s own story, as the two women’s fates–and their hunger for self-determination in vastly different geographies and times– collide.

Tom Clancy Target Acquired by Don Bentley: Jack Ryan Jr. would do anything for Ding Chavez. That’s why Jack is currently sitting in an open air market in Israel helping a CIA team with a simple job. It’s a cushy assignment–an all-expense-paid trip to Israel in exchange for a couple hours of easy work, but when he hastens to help a woman and her young son, he finds himself the target of trained killers. Alone and outgunned Jack will have to use all his skills to protect the life of the child.

Jackpot by Stuart Woods: When Peter Barrington and Ben Bacchetti come under threat while working at a film festival abroad, Teddy Fay is lured to the glittering city of Macau to resolve the problem.

Palace of the Drowned by Christine Mangan: It’s 1966 and author Frankie Croy needs a break. She retreats to Venice where she meets a fellow British expat, a precocious young fan named Gilly who is eager to befriend her favorite author at all costs. Frankie is skeptical of someone so relentlessly chipper, and Gilly tells stories that seem too good to be true, and in fact some of them are. This complicated web of desperate friendship, half-truths, and white lies-all set against a once-in-a-generation storm that inundates Venice and leaves it flooded-will lead Frankie to make a choice that is impossible to undo.

New Nonfiction Titles

 Atomic Habits by James Clear: Atomic Habits will reshape the way you think about progress and success, and give you the tools and strategies you need to transform your habits–whether you are a team looking to win a championship, an organization hoping to redefine an industry, or simply an individual who wishes to quit smoking, lose weight, reduce stress, or achieve any other goal.

Nomadland by Jessica Bruder: From the beet fields of North Dakota to Amazon’s CamperForce program in Texas, employers have discovered a new, low-cost labor pool, made up largely of transient older Americans. These casualties of the Great Recession have taken to the road by the tens of thousands, forming a growing community of nomads: migrant laborers who call themselves “workampers.” In a secondhand vehicle she christens “Van Halen,” Bruder hits the road to get to know her subjects more intimately and tells a compelling, eye-opening tale of the dark underbelly of the American economy.

Zoo Nebraska by Carson Vuaghn: Royal, Nebraska, population eighty-one–where the church, high school, and post office each stand abandoned, but for nearly twenty years, they had a zoo: seven acres that rose from local peculiarity to key tourist attraction to devastating tragedy. As the tourist trade multiplied, so did the inhabitants of what would become Zoo Nebraska, and, eventually, the source of a power struggle that would lead to the tragic implosion of founder Dick Haskin’s dream.

Mercury Rising by Jeff Shesol: A riveting history of the momentous Friendship 7 space flight that put America back into the space race. If the United States couldn’t catch up to the Soviets in space, how could it compete with them on Earth? Mercury Rising re-creates the sense of tension to a flight that riveted the world. Drawing on new sources, interviews, and personal notes, Mercury Rising shows how the astronaut’s heroics lifted the nation’s hopes in what Kennedy called the “hour of maximum danger.

Greater than a Tourist: Nebraska USA: Experience cultural, culinary delights, and attractions with the guidance of a Local. Slow down and get to know the people with this invaluable guide, and you will be eager and prepared to discover new activities at your next Nebraska destination.

Me and Sister Bobbie by Willie Nelson: Abandoned by their parents as toddlers, Willie and Bobbie Nelson found their love of music almost immediately through their grandparents, who raised them in a dusty small town in east Texas. This dual memoir weaves together their lives as they experienced them both side-by-side and apart with powerful, emotional stories from growing up, playing music in public for the first time, and the trials they each faced in adulthood.

Zero Fail by Carol Leonnig: Carol Leonnig has been covering the Secret Service for The Washington Post for most of the last decade, bringing to light the gaffes and scandals that plague the agency today–from a toxic work culture to outdated equipment and training to the deep resentment among the ranks with the agency’s leadership. Leonnig interviewed countless current and former agents who risked their careers to speak out about an agency that’s broken and in desperate need of a reform.

Alone at Dawn by Dan Schilling:  The astonishing true account of John Chapman, Medal of Honor recipient and Special Ops Combat Controller, and his heroic one-man stand during the Afghan War, as he sacrificed his life to save the lives of 23 comrades-in-arms. Drawing from firsthand accounts, classified documents, video footage, and interviews with leaders and survivors of the operation, Alone at Dawn is the story of an extraordinary man’s brave last stand and the brotherhood that forged him.

Fast, Feast, Repeat by Gin Stephens: You’ll learn how to work a variety of intermittent fasting approaches into your life, no matter what your circumstances or schedule. Once you’ve ignited your fat-burning superpower, you’ll get rid of “diet brain” forever, tweak your protocol until it’s second nature, and learn why intermittent fasting is a lifestyle, not a diet.


New Fiction

Missing and Endangered by J.A. Jance: After Jenny’s college roommate Beth goes missing and is then found, Jenny finds herself in the crosshairs of a criminal bent on revenge. With Christmas vacation approaching, and Beth at war with her parents, Jenny invites Beth to the shelter of the Brady home. While Joanna is sympathetic, she’s caught up in a sensitive case–an officer-involved shooting that has placed the lives of two young children in jeopardy–leaving her stretched thin to help.

Legacy by Nora Roberts: Adrian has a line of yoga and workout videos when she begins to receive death threats veiled in vicious rhymes. Year after year, they keep arriving—the postmarks changing, but the menacing tone the same. They continue after she returns to Maryland and becomes reacquainted with Raylan, her childhood crush. Sometimes it even seems like the terrifying messages are indeed routine, like nothing will come of them. Until the murders start, and the escalation begins.

Arctic Storm Rising by Dale Brown: Exiled to guard a remote radar post along Alaska’s Arctic Frontier, U.S. Air Force intelligence officer Nicholas Flynn, after an American F-22 collides with a Russian interloper, is ordered to find a missing stealth bomber before the enemy and prevent a potential nuclear holocaust.

Seven Days in June by Tia Williams: When Shane and Eva meet unexpectedly at a literary event, sparks fly, raising not only their past buried traumas, but the eyebrows of New York’s Black literati. What no one knows is that twenty years earlier, teenage Eva and Shane spent one crazy, torrid week madly in love. They may be pretending that everything is fine now, but they can’t deny their chemistry-or the fact that they’ve been secretly writing to each other in their books ever since.

Saving Piper Moonlight by Joann Keder: Piper Moonlight is tired of living life on the run from the remaining Fallen Branch cult members and settles in Piney Falls, Oregon, where the cult originated. Her employer, Cosmo Hill, also a former Fallen Branch member, enlists the help of super sleuth Lanie Anders to uncover the truth of Piper’s past. They find there are still shocking secrets buried within the layers of the former cult. As those secrets come to light, those who keep them will stop at nothing to stay hidden.

One Two Three by Laurie Frankel: Everyone knows everyone in the tiny town of Bourne, but the Mitchell triplets are especially beloved. When the first moving truck anyone’s seen in years pulls up, it unloads new residents and old secrets. Soon, the Mitchell sisters are taking on a system stacked against them and uncovering mysteries buried longer than they’ve been alive. Because it’s hard to let go of the past when the past won’t let go of you.

The Venice Sketchbook by Rhys Bowen: Caroline Grant is struggling to accept the end of her marriage when she receives an unexpected bequest. Her beloved great-aunt Lettie leaves her a sketchbook, three keys, and a final whisper…Venice. Caroline’s quest: to scatter Juliet “Lettie” Browning’s ashes in the city she loved and to unlock the mysteries stored away for more than sixty years. Key by key, Lettie’s life of impossible love, loss, and courage unfolds as Caroline’s own journey of self-discovery begins.

The President’s Daughter by Bill Clinton: Matthew Keating, a one-time Navy SEAL–and a past president–has always defended his family as staunchly as he has his country. Now those defenses are under attack. A madman abducts Keating’s teenage daughter, Melanie–turning every parent’s deepest fear into a matter of national security. As the world watches in real time, Keating embarks on a one-man special-ops mission that tests his strengths: as a leader, a warrior, and a father.

The Bullet by Iris Johansen: After being divorced from Joe Quinn for many years, Diane Connors abruptly returns to disrupt his life by begging his current wife, Eve Duncan, to do her a favor. Diane is on the run with a secret that will not only put Eve in danger but make her choose between protecting her family and doing what is right.

New Nonfiction

Girl Decoded by Rana el Kaliouby: Egyptian American visionary and scientist provides an intimate view of her personal transformation as she follows her calling-to humanize our technology and how we connect with one another. Girl Decoded chronicles el Kaliouby’s journey from being a “nice Egyptian girl” to becoming a woman, carving her own path as she revolutionizes technology. But decoding herself-learning to express and act on her own emotions-would prove to be the biggest challenge of all.

The Gone Fishin’ Portfolio by Alexander Green: Provides readers with the necessary tools to manage their own money, enabling them to earn higher returns and save many thousands of dollars in investment cost over a lifetime of investing. Using a simple and safe strategy that requires 20 minutes a year to implement, readers will learn to take control of their investments and still have time to enjoy a leisurely life.

Quilled Animals by Diane Boden: Quilling is a traditional papercraft that has been popular for many years. This delightful book provides 20 easy yet imaginative designs covering a range of animals such as cats, dogs, sheep, a hippopotamus, a fox, giraffes and an alpaca, and includes three-dimensional designs. The projects will appeal to experienced quillers looking for new ideas and inspiration, as well as beginners who wish to take up this delightful craft.

Vibrant by Stacie Stephenson: With practical steps to improve everything from brain health and energy to immunity and weight, Vibrant introduces readers to a new way of looking at health, as something each person can control for themselves, rather than something that happens to them.

Beautiful Things by Hunter Biden: In Beautiful Things, Hunter recounts his descent into substance abuse and his tortuous path to sobriety. The story ends with where Hunter is today–a sober married man with a new baby, finally able to appreciate the beautiful things in life.

On the Bright Side by Melanie Shankle: Somewhere in the midst of online arguments and crazy politics and the ups and downs of life, we’ve lost sight of the gifts that are all around us: kindness, love, mercy, and joy. In On the Bright Side, Melanie Shankle reminds us of the unchanging principles we can count on in a changing world. These are lessons that Melanie has learned along the way about how to find all the joy that life has to offer – and why encouragement is never something to keep to ourselves.

The Ultimate Evil: the search for the Sons of Sam by Maury Terry: In this investigative story, first published in 1987, Terry details the chilling events, proving that Berkowitz was an affiliate of, and triggerman for, a Satanic cult known as the Process Church of the Final Judgment. Updated with Berkowitz’s recent confirmations from his prison cell, Terry untangles the web of information and shocking extent of the Process Church’s activities. Includes black-and-white photographs.

Killing the Mob by Bill O’Reilly: O’Reilly and co-author Martin Dugard trace the brutal history of 20th Century organized crime in the United States, and expertly plumb the history of this nation’s most notorious serial robbers, conmen, murderers, and especially, mob family bosses. Covering the period from the 1930s to the 1980s, O’Reilly and Dugard trace the prohibition-busting bank robbers of the Depression Era, such as John Dillinger, Bonnie & Clyde, Pretty Boy Floyd and Baby-Face Nelson

Lady Bird Johnson: Hiding in Plain Sight by Julia Sweig: Perhaps the most underestimated First Lady of the twentieth century, Lady Bird Johnson was also one of the most accomplished. Where no presidential biographer has understood the full impact of Lady Bird Johnson’s work in the White House, Julia Sweig draws on Lady Bird’s own voice in her White House diaries to place her at center stage and to reveal a woman ahead of her time–and an accomplished politician in her own right.


New Fiction

The Lost Village by Camilla Sten: Documentary filmmaker Alice Lindstedt has been obsessed with the vanishing residents of the old mining town, dubbed “The Lost Village,” and sets out to make a film about the disappearances. Not long after they’ve set up camp, mysterious things begin to happen. Equipment is destroyed. People go missing. As doubt breeds fear and their very minds begin to crack, one thing becomes clear: They are not alone. They’re looking for the truth… But what if it finds them first?

A Gambling Man by David Baldacci: The 1950s are on the horizon, and Archer is in dire need of a fresh start. Seeking fortune in California, Archer’s first stop is a P.I. office where he is hoping to apprentice with a legendary private eye and former FBI agent named Willie Dash. He lands the job, and immediately finds himself in the thick of a potential scandal: a blackmail case involving a wealthy well-connected politician running for mayor that soon spins into something even more sinister.

Stargazer by Anne Hillerman: Years ago, Bernie and Maya were roommates, but time and Mayas struggles with addiction drove them apart. Now Mayas brother asks Bernie to find out what happened to his sister. Tracing Mayas whereabouts, Bernie learns that her old friend had confessed to the murder of her estranged husband, a prominent astronomer. But the details don’t align. Suspicious, Bernie takes a closer look at the case only to find that nothing is as it seems.

21st Birthday by James Patterson: Detective Lindsay Boxer vows to protect a young woman from a serial killer long enough to see her twenty-first birthday. When Tara Burke goes missing with her baby girl, all eyes are on her husband, Lucas. He paints her not as a missing person but a wayward wife–until a gruesome piece of evidence turns the investigation criminal. If what Lucas tells law enforcement has even a grain of truth, there isn’t a woman in the state of California who’s safe.

The Lamplighters by Emma Stonex: A boat pulls up to a lighthouse with relief for the keepers, but the tower is locked and empty. The weather log describes a storm raging round the tower, but the skies have been clear all week, and the clocks have all stopped at 8:45. Two decades later, the wives who were left behind are visited by a writer who is determined to find the truth. As secrets surface and truths twist into lies, what does it take to keep the light burning when all else is swallowed by dark?

2034 by Elliot Ackerman: From two former military officers and award-winning authors, 2034 is a chillingly authentic, geopolitical thriller that imagines a naval clash between the US and China in the South China Sea in 2034 — and the path from there to a nightmarish global conflagration. Everything in 2034 is an imaginative extrapolation from present-day facts on the ground combined with the authors’ years working at the highest and most classified levels of national security.

Finding Ashley by Danielle Steel: After losing her son to cancer followed by divorce, Melissa Henderson is leading a quiet life renovating a Victorian house when she receives a call from her sister, Hattie. At sixteen, a pregnant Melissa was sent to a gloomy convent in Ireland to have– and give up–her baby, to spare the family shame. All these years later, Hattie feels compelled to embark on a journey that will change both their lives forever, and track down the child Melissa gave up.

Animal Instinct by David Rosenfelt: The K Team’s latest case – a recent unsolved murder – gives Corey a chance to solve ‘the one that got away.’ Corey knew the murder victim from his time on the force, when he was unable to protect her in a domestic dispute. Now, he is convinced the same abusive boyfriend is responsible for her murder. With some help from Laurie’s lawyer husband, Andy Carpenter, the K Team is determined to prove what the police could not, no matter the cost.

When the Stars Go Dark by Paula McLain: The day missing persons detective Anna Hart arrives in Mendocino, CA, she learns a local teenage girl has gone missing. Then, just days later, a twelve-year-old girl is abducted. The crimes feel frighteningly reminiscent of the most crucial time in Anna’s childhood, when a string of unsolved murders touched Mendocino. As past and present collide, Anna must learn that true courage means getting out of her own way and learning to let others in.

New DVDs

The Codebreaker: American Experience: The Codebreaker tells the fascinating story of Elizebeth Smith Friedman, the groundbreaking cryptanalyst whose painstaking work decoding thousands of messages for the U.S. government would send infamous gangsters to prison and bring down a massive, near-invisible Nazi spy ring in WWII.

Hemingway: a film by Ken Burns and Lynn Novick: Examines the visionary work and turbulent life of one of the greatest and most influential American writers Ernest Hemingway. Intimate and insightful, the series weaves together Hemingway’s biography with excerpts from his work. The film penetrates the myth of Hemingway to reveal a deeply troubled and ultimately tragic figure.

The Beach House: Hoping to reignite their relationships, college students Emily and Randall arrive at their weekend getaway only to discover a peculiar older couple already staying there. They all agree to share the home but, after a night of partying, they’re awoken to a living nightmare of apocalyptic proportions. A mysterious airborne microbe has infected the water and it’s making its way to the house.

Monster Hunter: When an unexpected sandstorm transports Captain Artemis and her unit to a new world, the soldiers are shocked to discover that this hostile and unknown environment is home to enormous and terrifying monsters. In their desperate battle for survival, the unit encounters the mysterious Hunter, whose unique skills allow him to stay one step ahead of the powerful creatures. The brave warriors combine their unique abilities to band together for the ultimate showdown.

Wonder Woman 1984: Fast-forward to the 1980s as Wonder Woman’s next big-screen adventure finds her facing a wide array of foes, including Maxwell Lord and Cheetah.

Pinocchio: Geppetto’s puppet creation, Pinocchio, magically comes to life with dreams of becoming a real boy. Easily led astray, Pinocchio tumbles from one misadventure to another as he is tricked, kidnapped and chased by bandits through a wonderful world full of imaginative creatures – from the belly of a giant fish, to the Land of Toys and the Field of Miracles.

Minari: A Korean American family moves to an Arkansas farm in search of its own American dream. Amidst the challenges of this new life in the strange and rugged Ozarks, they discover the undeniable resilience of family and what really makes a home.

Atlantic Crossing: Inspired by true events, this is the untold story of the Norwegian Crown Princess becoming an influential figure in world politics during World War II, depicting the tragic events of the war from a unique and unseen perspective.

Supernova: Sam and Tusker, partners of twenty years, are traveling across England in their old campervan visiting friends, family and places from their past. Following a life-changing diagnosis, their time together has become more important than ever until secret plans test their love like never before.

News of the World: Five years after the Civil War, Captain Jefferson Kyle Kidd moves from town to town sharing the news from the far reaches. In the plains of Texas, he crosses paths with a 10-year-old girl taken in by the Kiowa people and raised as one of their own. Kidd agrees to deliver the child where the law says she belongs. As they travel hundreds of miles into the unforgiving wilderness, the two face tremendous challenges of both human and natural forces as they search for a place they can call home.

Don’t Tell a Soul: While stealing money to help their sick mother, teen brothers Matt and Joey are surprised by Hamby, a security officer who gives chase and is then trapped in a well. Over the next few days, Joey and Hamby forge an uneasy relationship. Hamby tells Joey he’ll keep quiet if Joey sets him free. But Hamby holds another secret, one that will threaten Joey and his family, in this twist-filled, cat-and-mouse thriller.

Our Friend: Our friend tells the inspiring and extraordinary true story of the Teague family — journalist Matt, his vibrant wife Nicole and their two young daughters — and how their lives are upended by Nicole’s heartbreaking diagnosis of terminal cancer. As Dane puts his life on hold to stay with his friends, the impact of this l decision proves greater and more profound than anyone could have imagined.

New Fiction Titles

Step into the jazz age of urban Paris! For fans of historical fiction, magic realism and mysteries.
A suspense filled crime mystery for fans of David Baldacci, James Patterson and John Sandford.
A historical fiction title set in WWII England. Readers may also like When We Were Young and Brave by Hazel Gaynor
A mystery of "Why did she do it?" for fans of C.J. Box, Stuart Woods and Jeffery Deaver
One man's search for the children he's never known results in the discovery of mysterious disappearances. Read if you like Lisa Jackson or Jo Nesbo
A marine themed mystery of "Who dun' it?" featuring the characters Lucas Davenport and Virgil Flowers
A new suspenseful summer selection. Read if you like characters living on the lamb with a side dish of romance and sand.
John Grisham offers an inspirational story of basketball and family dedication. Yes, that John Grisham. Try if you like historical fiction and sports stories
A tale of mystery, suspense and corporate espionage. Readers may also like J.D. Robb and Iris Johansen.