New Non Fiction Titles

The Unwinding of the Miracle by Julie Yip-Williams: Born blind in Vietnam, Julie Yip-Williams narrowly escaped euthanasia by her grandmother, only to then flee the political upheaval of the late 1970s with her family. Against all odds, she became a Harvard-educated lawyer, with a husband, a family, a life. Then, at age thirty-seven, with two little girls at home, Julie was diagnosed with terminal metastatic colon cancer, and a different journey began. With humor, honesty, and well-deployed anger, Julie sets the stage for her lasting legacy: the story of her life.

Let Me Finish by Chris Christie: The controversial former governor and presidential candidate traces his rise to power through the bare-knuckle politics of New Jersey, describes his long friendship with Donald Trump, and shares insights into the current administration.

Torture Mom by Ryan Green: Relays the story of Gertrude Baniszewski, who oversaw and facilitated the torture and murder of her young teenage ward, Sylvia Likens. While she played an active role in Sylvia’s death, the majority of the abuse was carried out by her children and other neighborhood youths.

Game Changers by Dave Asprey: The “Bulletproof Radio” podcaster outlines proven techniques for promoting personal happiness, health, and success in accordance with the examples of today’s game changers, from David Perlmutter to Arianna Huffington.

The Point of It All by Charles Krauthammer: A collection of the influential columnist’s most notable works and writings includes never-before-published speeches on his political philosophy and personal history and a major, new essay about the state of global democracy.

101 Handy Tech Tips for the I-phone by Rich DeMuro: Offers a collection of technical tips for users of Apple’s popular I-phone mobile device.

The Truths We Hold by Kamala Harris: By reckoning with the big challenges we face together, drawing on the hard-won wisdom and insight from her own career and the work of those who have most inspired her, Kamala Harris offers in The Truths We Hold a master class in problem solving, in crisis management, and leadership in challenging times. Through the arc of her own life, on into the great work of our day, she communicates a vision of shared struggle, shared purpose, and shared values.

The Inflamed Mind by Edward T. Bullmore: In this game-changing book, University of Cambridge Professor of Psychiatry Edward Bullmore reveals the breakthrough new science on the link between depression and inflammation of the body and brain.

The First Conspiracy by Brad Meltzer: n 1776, an elite group of soldiers were handpicked to serve as George Washington’s bodyguards. In the months leading up to the Revolutionary War, these traitorous soldiers, along with the Governor of New York William Tryon and Mayor David Mathews, launched a deadly plot against the most important member of the military: George Washington himself. This is the story of the secret plot and how it was revealed.

From the Ground Up by Howard Schultz: The founder of Starbucks shares his untold personal story–from his childhood in Brooklyn’s housing projects to his rise as a business icon–and lays out his vision for how companies can improve their social impact.

New Fiction Titles

The Golden Tresses of the Dead by Alan Bradley: Flavia and dependable Dogger, set up shop at the once-grand mansion of Buckshaw during her sister Ophelia’s wedding–not so simple with her cousin, Undine, underfoot. Little does she know that their first case will be extremely close to home, beginning with an unwelcome discovery in Ophelia’s wedding cake: a human finger.

Born of Vengeance by Sherrilyn Kenyon: Bastien Cabarro survived the brutal slaughter of his entire family only to have his wife pin their murders on him. Made Ravin by The League, he is now a target for their assassins-in-training to hunt and kill. Ten years later, he has a chance at justice, provided he relies on his former wingman– the very sister of the woman who testified against him.

A Delicate Touch by Stewart Woods: When an old acquaintance reaches out to Stone Barrington requesting assistance, the job seems easy enough. She needs an expert in an esoteric field, someone with both the knowledge and careful dexterity to solve a puzzle. But the solution to one small problem blows the lid open on a bigger scandal going back decades.

The Rule of Law by John Lescroart: Dismas Hardy is called to defend the least likely suspect of his career: his longtime, trusted assistant who is suddenly being charged as an accessory to murder. Dismas Hardy knows something is amiss with his secretary, Phyllis. Her out-of-character behavior and sudden disappearances concern Hardy, especially when he learns that her convict brother–a man who had served twenty-five years in prison for armed robbery and attempted murder–has just been released.

The Silent Patient by Alex Michaelides: Alicia Berenson is a famous painter married to an in-demand fashion photographer, living in a posh area of London. One evening, her husband Gabriel returns home late. Alicia shoots him five times in the face and then never speaks another word.

The House Next Door by James Patterson: A collection of three novellas, involving a neighbor who isn’t what he seems; a detective who gets too close to a suspect’s wife; and a disgraced Air Force scientist who finds a message that will change the world– if it survives the next few days.

Once Upon a River: On a dark midwinter’s night in an ancient inn on the river Thames, an extraordinary event takes place. The regulars are telling stories to while away the dark hours, when the door bursts open on a grievously wounded stranger. In his arms is the body of a small child. Hours later, the girl stirs, takes a breath, and returns to life. Is it a miracle? Is it magic? Or can science provide an explanation? These questions have many answers, some of them quite dark indeed.

The Burglar by Thomas Perry: Elle Stowell is a young woman with an unconventional profession: burglary. She is good at it, and she thrives on the thrill. But after stumbling upon a grisly triple homicide while stealing from the home of a wealthy art dealer, Elle discovers that she is no longer the only one sneaking around. Somebody is searching for her. As Elle realizes that her knowledge of the murder has made her a target, she races to solve the case before becoming the next casualty.

 

New Fiction Titles

Daughter of War by Brad Taylor: Syrians plan to use a weapon of mass destruction against American and Kurdish forces, and blame the attack on terrorists. Meanwhile, North Korea has its own devastating agenda: a double-cross that will dwarf the attack in Syria. For reasons she cannot fathom, Jennifer Cahill is the one person who can stop the attack–if she can live long enough for Pike to find her.

The Gown by Jennifer Robson: Heather Mackenzie seeks to unravel the mystery of a set of embroidered flowers, a legacy from her late grandmother. How did her beloved Nan, a woman who never spoke of her old life in Britain, come to possess the priceless embroideries that resemble those on the gown worn by Queen Elizabeth II at her wedding? And what was her Nan’s connection to the celebrated textile artist and holocaust survivor Miriam Dassin?

Watching You by Lisa Jewell: Joey Mullen develops an intense infatuation with her neighbor, headmaster Tom Fitzwilliam. Jenna also lives on the same street, and she’s convinced her teacher is not as squeaky clean as he seems. Her mother–whose mental health has admittedly been deteriorating in recent years–is convinced that Mr. Fitzwilliam is stalking her. Meanwhile, twenty years earlier, a schoolgirl writes in her diary, charting her doomed obsession with a teacher named Mr. Fitzwilliam.

Siege of Stone by Terry Goodkind: Nicci, Nathan, and Bannon have to help Ildakar survive this unbreakable siege, using all the magical defenses of the legendary city. Even as General Utros holds Ildakar hostage and also unleashes his incredible army on the unsuspecting Old World, an equally powerful threat arises out in the sea.

Three Things About Elsie by Joanna Cannon: A novel set in England about eighty-four-year-old Florence, a resident in a nursing home, who has fallen in her apartment, leading her to think about her childhood friend and the secrets of their past that are about to come to light.

Untouchable by Jayne Anne Krentz: A man’s quest to find answers for those who are haunted by the past leads him deeper into the shadows in this electrifying novel from the New York Times bestselling author of Promise Not to Tell.

Wolves of Eden by Kevin McCarthy: Irish immigrant brothers Michael and Thomas enlist in the army and are thrown into combat with Red Cloud’s coalition of Indians. Thomas finds love amidst the carnage–which leads to a moment of violence that will change the brothers’ lives forever. Meanwhile, following a double murder in an illicit brothel, Lieutenant Martin Molloy sets off to track down the killers.

The Other Woman by Sandie Jones: Emily thinks Adam’s perfect, but lurking in the shadows is a rival; a woman who shares a deep bond with the man she loves. Emily chose Adam, but she didn’t choose his mother Pammie. There’s nothing a mother wouldn’t do for her son, and now Emily is about to find out just how far Pammie will go to get what she wants: Emily gone forever.

The New Iberia Blues by James Lee Burke: Robicheaux has discovered the body of a young woman who’s been crucified, wearing only a small chain on her ankle. She disappeared near Hollywood director Cormier’s estate, and Robicheaux and Deputy Sean McClain, are looking for answers. Neither Cormier nor his enigmatic actor friend Antoine Butterworth are saying much, but Robicheaux knows better.

New Fiction Titles

The Boy by Tami Hoag: When Detective Nick Fourcade enters the most brutal and confusing crime scene he’s ever seen, he must work to find the killer of seven-year-old, KJ. He was murdered by an intruder, yet his mother is alive and well, a witness left behind to tell the tale. When the very next day KJ’s sometimes babysitter goes missing, the town is terrified that a maniac is preying on their children.

Bird Box by Josh Malerman: In an apocalyptic near-future world, a mother and her two small children must make their way down a river, blindfolded. One wrong choice and they will die. And something is following them–but is it man, animal, or monster?

The Best of Us by Robyn Carr: Leigh Culver loves practicing medicine in Timberlake, Colorado. The only drawback is she misses her Aunt Helen, the woman who raised her. When Helen visits, she is surprised to find her niece still needs her, especially when it comes to her love life. But then Leigh takes Helen out to Sullivan’s Crossing, and Helen finds herself falling for the place and one special person.

The Winter of the Witch by Kathryn Arden: Moscow has burned nearly to the ground. Vasya finds herself on her own, amid a rabid mob that calls for her death, blaming her witchery for their misfortune. Then a vengeful demon returns, renewed and stronger than ever, determined to spread chaos in his wake and never be chained again. Turmoil plagues the Muscovites and the magical creatures alike, and all find their fates resting on the shoulders of Vasya.

The Dakota winters by Tom Barbash: Returning to his childhood home in 1979 New York’s famed Dakota apartments, a former Peace Corps volunteer is swept up in a raucous celebrity effort to reignite his late-night host father’s stalled career.

Turning Point by Danielle Steel: Four exceptional trauma doctors are chosen for an honor and a unique project: to work with their counterparts in Paris in a mass-casualty training program. When an unspeakable act of mass violence galvanizes them into action, their life in Paris becomes a turning point: a time to face choices than they have ever made before – with consequences that will last a lifetime.

Golden State by Ben Winters: In the Golden State, knowingly contradicting the truth is the greatest crime–and stopping those crimes is Laz’s job. In its service, he is one of the few individuals permitted to harbor untruths, to “speculate” on what might have happened. … And when those in control of the facts twist them for nefarious means, the Speculators are the only ones with the power to fight back.

Connections in Death by J.D. Robb: Homicide cop Eve Dallas and her billionaire husband are building a brand-new school and youth shelter. They hire child psychologist Dr. Rochelle Pickering–whose own brother pulled himself out of a spiral of addiction and crime with Rochelle’s support. Then Lyle is found dead with a syringe in his lap. Eve’s investigation confirms that this wasn’t just another OD, and they must venture into the gang territory where Lyle used to run, and its ugly underground world.

Verses for the Dead by Preston and Child: Pendergrast and his new teammate, junior agent Coldmoon, are assigned to Miami Beach, where a rash of killings are distinguished by a confounding M.O.: cutting out the hearts of his victims and leaving them – along with cryptic handwritten letters – at local gravestones, unconnected save in one bizarre way: all belonged to women who committed suicide.

New NonFiction Titles

1000 Books to Read Before You Die by James Mustich: Covering fiction, poetry, science and science fiction, memoir, travel writing, biography, children’s books, history, and more. Titles range across cultures and through time to offer an eclectic collection of works that each deserve to come with the recommendation, “You have to read this.”

Kitchen Yarns by Ann Hood: Hood tracks her lifelong journey in the kitchen with twenty-seven heartfelt essays, each accompanied by a recipe (or a few). Hood’s simple, comforting recipes also include her mother’s famous meatballs, hearty Italian Beef Stew, classic Indiana Fried Chicken, the perfect grilled cheese, and a deliciously summery peach pie

Bad Blood by John Carreyrou: In 2014, Elizabeth Holmes was widely seen as the female Steve Jobs: a brilliant Stanford dropout whose startup “unicorn” promised to revolutionize the medical industry with a machine that would make blood tests significantly faster and easier. There was just one problem: the technology didn’t work. Here is the riveting story of the biggest corporate fraud since Enron, a disturbing cautionary tale set amid the bold promises and gold-rush frenzy of Silicon Valley.

Watercolor Lettering by Jessica Park: This comprehensive how-to guide includes step-by-step instructions for basic and advanced watercolor techniques, expert tips to improve your lettering, and inspiring DIY project ideas to practice pulling it all together.

The Culture Code by Daniel Coyle: Filled with first-hand reporting, fascinating science, compelling real-world stories, and leadership tools that can apply to businesses, schools, sports, families, and any group, The Culture Code will revolutionize how you think about creating and sustaining successful groups.

The Poison Tree by Alan Prendergast: In Cheyenne, Wyoming, fifteen-year-old Richard Jahnke blasted his father through the heart with a twelve-gauge pump-action shotgun. Richard’s seventeen-year-old sister, Deborah, was sitting on the living room couch with a high powered rifle – just in case her brother missed. Hours later, the Jahnke kids were behind bars. Days later they made headlines. So did the truth about the house of horrors on Cowpoke Road. Was it cold-blooded murder? Or self defense?

Maid by Stephanie Land: A journalist describes the years she worked in low-paying domestic work under wealthy employers, contrasting the privileges of the upper-middle class to the realities of the overworked laborers supporting them.

Women Rowing North by Mary Bray Pipher: A timely examination of the cultural and developmental issues women face as they age.

Them: why we hate each other and how to heal by Ben Sasse: U.S. senator Ben Sasse argues that, contrary to conventional wisdom, our crisis isn’t really about politics. It’s that we’re so lonely we can’t see straight–and it bubbles out as anger. Even as technology nudges us to become rootless, Sasse shows how only a recovery of rootedness can heal our lonely souls.

Brave Love by Lisa Leonard: Explains how the author found truth and wholeness after spending years pushing herself to be the perfect wife and perfect mother.

New Young Adult Titles

Muse of Nightmares by Laini Taylor: As humans and godspawn reel in the aftermath of the Citadel’s near fall, a new foe shatters their fragile hopes, and the mysteries of the Mesarthim are resurrected.

Queen of Air and Darkness by Cassandra Clare: While the Clave teeters on the brink of civil war, Julian and Emma take desperate measures to put their forbidden love aside and focus on saving the world of Shadowhunters before the parabatai curse destroys everyone.

Part of Your World by Liz Braswell: What if Ariel had never defeated Ursula? It’s been five years since the infamous sea witch defeated the little mermaid … and took King Triton’s life in the process. Ariel is now the voiceless queen of Atlantica, while Ursula runs Prince Eric’s kingdom on land. But when Ariel discovers that her father might still be alive, she finds herself returning to a world–and a prince–she never imagined she would see again.

Reflection by Elizabeth Lim: When Captain Shang is mortally wounded by Shan Yu in battle, Mulan must travel to the Underworld, Diyu, in order to save him from certain death. But King Yama, the ruler of Diyu, is not willing to give Shang up easily.

Kingdom of Ash by Sarah Maas: With Aelin locked in an iron coffin by Queen of the Fae Maeve, Aedion and Lysandra struggle to defend Terrasen, Chaol, Manon, and Dorian face their own fates, and Rowan seeks his captured wife and queen.

Wind Rider by P.C. Cast: A world filled with beauty and danger and cruelty… Mari, Nik, and their newly formed Pack are being hunted. Thaddeus and the God of Death will stop at nothing until they are obliterated from the earth. But Mari and Nik have one goal: to reach the plains of the Wind Riders, in order to band together to stop Thaddeus from destroying all that Mari and Nik hold dear.

The Traitor’s Game by Jennifer Nielsen: After three years in exile Kestra Dallisor has been summoned back to Antora by her father, right-hand man of the seemingly immortal king, Lord Endrick, but she is intercepted and kidnapped by the Coracks who want to use her to get the Olden Blade, which they believe can be used to kill the despot–Simon, one of the rebels with his own grudge against the Dallisors, is assigned to accompany her, but Kestra has her own plans and she does not intend to let anyone get in her way.

Skyward by Brandon Sanderson: When a long-term attack against her world by the alien Krell escalates, Spensa’s dream of becoming a pilot may come true, despite her deceased father being labeled a deserter.

New Fiction Titles

Four Funerals and a Wedding and Rhys Bowen: In the days leading up to her wedding to Darcy O’Mara, Lady Georgiana Rannoch takes on the responsibilities of a grand estate, but proving she can run a household just may be the death of her …

Robert B. Parker’s Blood Feud by Mike Lupica: PI Sunny Randall is back, and the stakes are higher than ever as she races to protect her ex-husband. As the bullets start flying in Boston’s mean streets, Sunny finds herself targeted by the deranged mastermind of the plot against the Burke family, whose motive may be far more personal than she could have anticipated.

When We Were Young by Karen Kingsbury: When Noah Carter wakes up the morning he has planned to start a new life and leave his family behind, he discovers things are not what they seem and desperately tries to fix his mistakes.

Eggs on Ice by Laura Childs: Some say that casting crusty attorney Allen Sharpe as Scrooge in the Kindred Players production of “A Christmas Carol” is just playing to type. Still it’s a shock when the Ghost of Christmas Past stabs him during the first rehearsal. As the days pass the list of suspects grows longer, and the women of the Cackleberry Club are determined to find the killer before he can add another victim to his Christmas list

Master of His Fate by Barbara Bradford: James Lionel Falconer is everything a self-made man should be: handsome, ambitious, charming, and brimming with self-confidence. Through hard work and a single-minded determination, James rises quickly through the ranks, with a loving wife, devoted children, and a lofty position in the Malvern & Malvern Company. But when back-to-back tragedies strike the Falconer home, it seems as though James might never recover his former glory.

Kill Creek by Thomas Scott: When best-selling horror author Sam McGarver is invited to spend Halloween in one of the world’s most infamous haunted houses, he reluctantly agrees. But what begins as a simple publicity stunt will become a fight for survival. The entity they have awakened will follow them, torment them, threatening to make them a part of the bloody legacy of Kill Creek

The Enemy of My Enemy by W.E.B Griffin: Special agent James Cronley Jr. finds that fighting both ex-Nazis and the Soviet NKGB can lead to strange bedfellows, in the dramatic new Clandestine Operations novel about the birth of the CIA and the Cold War.

New Fiction Titles

Night of Miracles by Elizabeth Berg: When a new family moves in next door and tragedy strikes, Lucille begins to look out for Lincoln, their son. Lincoln’s parents aren’t the only ones in town facing hard choices and uncertain futures. In these difficult times, the residents of Mason come together and find the true power of community–just when they need it the most.

Fire and Blood by George R.R. Martin: The first volume of a definitive two-part history of the Targaryens in Westeros is set centuries before the events of “A Game of Thrones” and answers key questions about the dynasty’s origins, conflicts and relationships with dragons.

Hope Beckons by Beth Trennepohl: After a strange encounter with a little man, a Hope’s life was never the same. This journey stirred up musty old memories and forgotten moments but it was no match for Hope. The pages of her blue journal chronicled the mysterious transformation and held the model she would eventually share with the world.

Kingdom of the Blind by Louise Penny: When a peculiar letter arrives inviting Armand Gamache to an abandoned farmhouse, he discovers that a complete stranger has named him one of the executors of her will. The will is so odd and includes bequests that are so wildly unlikely that Gamache suspect the woman must have been delusional. But what if, Gamache begins to ask himself, she was perfectly sane? When a body is found, the terms of the bizarre will suddenly seem less peculiar and far more menacing.

Of Blood and Bone by Nora Roberts: They look like an everyday family living an ordinary life. But beyond the edges of this peaceful farm, unimaginable forces of light and dark have been unleashed. And when the time is right, Fallon Swift will take up the sword, and fight. For until she grows into the woman she was born to be, the world outside will never be whole again.

The Winner Maker by Jeff Bond: Bob Fiske – who’s taught Honors English and coached varsity football for five decades – is missing. Four of his brightest former stars reunite to find him, putting high-octane careers on hold, slipping police barricades, racing into the wilds of Northern Michigan for clues about the fate of their legendary mentor. And each Winner must decide how far they’ll go for Fiske.

Target Alex Cross by James Patterson: A leader has fallen, and the procession route from Capitol Hill to the White House is lined with hundreds of thousands of mourners. Alex is tasked by the new President to take a personal role with the FBI, leading an investigation unprecedented in scale and scope. Alex has a horrible premonition: is the sniper’s strike only the beginning of a larger attack on the nation?

Beauchamp Hall by Danielle Steel: Beauchamp Hall is perfect for the holidays, a delightful novel about a young American woman who finds love and fulfillment in the course of her involvement with a Downton Abbey-style TV show in England.

The Comforts of Home by Susan Hill: Investigating a cold case while recovering from a near-fatal injury, Simon Serrailler finds his personal and professional lives intertwining in unexpected ways when his constable brother-in-law suffers a setback at the same time an arsonist begins a deadly rampage.

New Non Fiction Titles

The Complete Book of Home Organization by Toni Hammersley: Learn how to purge, sort, and “containerize” with simple, easy-to-use systems for improving and revitalizing living space.

Vietnam: an epic tragedy, 1945-1975 by Max Hastings: A political and military narrative of the entire Vietnam conflict, including testimony from warlords and peasants, statesmen and soldiers.

Capitalism in America by Alan Greenspan: Greenspan has made a science of understanding how the U.S. economy works, and now he distills what he has learned into a master reckoning with the decisive drivers of the US economy over the course of its history. In our time, growth has stalled, stirring up the populist furies… but there’s no better moment to apply the lessons of history.

The Indian World of George Washington by Colin Calloway: An authoritative, sweeping, and fresh new biography of the nation’s first president, Colin G. Calloway’s book reveals fully the dimensions and depths of George Washington’s relations with the First Americans.

Instant Pot Cookbook by Jennifer Smith: Jennifer smith is a cook with extensive work experience of more than 10 years in USA and UK restaurants. She uses both traditional ways of making dishes, and advanced techniques using the pressure cooker Instant Pot.

Big Week by James Holland: During the third week of February 1944, the combined Allied air forces based in Britain and Italy launched their first round-the-clock bomber offensive against Germany. Officially called Operation ARGUMENT, this aerial offensive quickly became known as “Big Week,” and it was one of the turning-point engagements of World War II.

Grand Improvisation by Derek Leebaert: A bold new view of the U.S. rise to supremacy, and its collision with a British Empire that wouldn’t step aside.

Israel: Island of Success: Against all odds, Israel is an island of success in the turbulent Middle East. Israel’s triumphs over huge difficulties and challenges, over the years, have only strengthened its ability to meet future challenges, which points toward growth and even greater success in the future.

Heirs of the Founders by H.W. Brands: The story of how America’s second generation of political giants–Henry Clay, Daniel Webster, and John Calhoun–battled to complete the unfinished work of the Founding Fathers and decide the shape of our democracy.

Apostles of Revolution by John Ferling: Apostles of Revolution spans a crucial period in Western Civilization ranging from the American insurgency against Great Britain to the Declaration of Independence, from desperate engagements on American battlefields to the threat posed to the ideals of the Revolution by the Federalist Party.

The President’s Book of Secrets by David Preiss: Every day, a member of the CIA presents to the president a report detailing the most sensitive activities and analysis of world events. The story of the President’s Daily Brief–the PDB, in the jargon–is a window into the character of each president and his administration, and the degree to which his worldview and policy was shaped by the information from the security services.

New DVDs

Won’t You Be My Neighbor: This film by Academy Award winner Morgan Neville, takes an intimate look at Fred Rogers, a creative genius who inspired generations of children with compassion and limitless imagination. There hadn’t been anything like Mister Rogers on television before and there hasn’t been since.

The Predator: The hunt has evolved – and so has the explosive action – in the next chapter of the Predator series. Now, the most lethal hunters in the universe are stronger, smarter, and deadlier than ever before…and only a ragtag crew of ex-soldiers and an evolutionary biology professor can prevent the end of the human race.

Crazy Rich Asians: Follows New Yorker Rachel Chu as she accompanies her longtime boyfriend, Nick Young, to his best friend’s wedding in Singapore and meets Nick’s family for the first time. It soon becomes clear that the only thing crazier than love is family.

Peppermint: Young mother Riley North awakens from a coma after her husband and daughter are killed in a brutal attack on the family. When the system shields the murderers from justice, Riley sets out to transform herself from citizen to urban guerilla. Channeling her frustration into personal motivation, she spends years in hiding honing her mind, body and spirit to become an unstoppable force – eluding the underworld, the LAPD and the FBI – as she methodically delivers her personal brand of justice.  

Gotti: Gotti is the incredible true story of John V. Gotti’s rise to power to take the mantle of boss of the Gambino crime family to become the most dangerous criminal in modern history. While in prison, Gotti Sr. is forced to reexamine his life and put the needs of his family over those of “The Family.”

Christopher Robin: Winnie the Pooh and friends embark on a new adventure to help remind a grown-up Christopher Robin how to laugh again, for “sometimes doing nothing leads to the very best something.”

Mission Impossible: Fallout: Some missions are not a choice. On a dangerous assignment to recover stolen plutonium, Ethan Hunt chooses to save his team over completing the mission, allowing nuclear weapons to fall into the hands of a deadly network of highly-skilled Operatives intent on destroying civilization. Now, with the world at risk, Ethan and his IMF team are forced to become reluctant partners with a hard-hitting CIA agent as they race against time to stop the nuclear fallout.

The Equalizer 2: Robert McCall serves unflinching justice for the exploited and oppressed – but how far will he go when it is someone he loves?

The House with a Clock in Its Walls: Tells the spine-tingling tale of 10-year-old Lewis, who goes to live with his uncle in a creaky old house with a mysterious tick-tocking heart.

Yellowstone: Season One: Revolves around the Dutton family, led by John Dutton, who controls the largest ranch in the U.S. that is under constant attack by those it borders: land developers, an Indian reservation and America’s first National Park. This is a world where land grabs make developers billions, and politicians are bought and sold by the world’s largest oil and lumber corporations. It is the best and worst of America seen through the eyes of a family that represents both.