New Fiction Titles

The Fleur-de-sel Murders by Jean-Luc Bannalec: Old salt farmers always say the violet scent of the Fleur de Sel at harvest on the salt marshes of the Guérande Peninsula can cause hallucinations. Commissaire Dupin also starts to believe this when he’s attacked out of the blue in the salt works.

The Accidental Guardian by Mary Connealy: Trace Riley has been self-appointed guardian of the trail ever since his own wagon was attacked. When he finds the ruins of a wagon train, he offers shelter to survivor Deborah Harkness and the children she saved. Trace and Deborah grow close working to bring justice to the trail, but what will happen when the attackers return to silence the only witness?

Varina by Charles Frazier: Her marriage prospects limited, teenage Varina Howell agrees to wed the much-older widower Jefferson Davis, with whom she expects the secure life of a Mississippi landowner. Davis instead pursues a career in politics and is eventually appointed president of the Confederacy, placing Varina at the white-hot center of one of the darkest moments in American history.

Our Kind of Cruelty by Araminta Hall: Mike Hayes has dedicated his life to making Verity (aka V) happy. It doesn’t matter that she hasn’t been returning his e-mails or phone calls. It doesn’t matter that she says she’s marrying Angus. It’s all just part of the secret game they used to play. If Mike watches V closely, he’ll see the signs. If he keeps track of every move, he’ll know just when to come to her rescue.

The Word is Murder by Anthony Horowitz: A wealthy woman strangled six hours after she’s arranged her own funeral. A very private detective uncovering secrets but hiding his own. A reluctant author drawn into a story he can’t control. What do they have in common?

The Outsider by Stephen King: An eleven-year-old boy’s violated corpse is found in a town park. Eyewitnesses and fingerprints point unmistakably to Terry Maitland, Little League coach, English teacher, husband, and father of two girls. But Maitland has an alibi, and it turns out his story has incontrovertible evidence of its own. How can two opposing stories be true?

To the Moon and Back by Karen Kingsbury: Since high school, Brady Bradshaw has lived alone. He likes it that way. Besides, he’s hardly ever home. When he isn’t fighting fires in Oklahoma City, he is volunteering throughout his community. It’s what he lives for. That and one other thing. He hopes that someday, somehow, he might find a girl he hasn’t seen in more than a decade. A girl named Jenna.

The Crooked Staircase by Dean Koontz: Jane Hawk tracks the powerful DOJ operative at the center of the murderous conspiracy that killed her husband, a decorated Marine, and now threatens others closest to her.

Murder in Saint-Germain by Cara Black: Aimée Leduc is accosted by Suzanne Lesage, a Brigade Criminelle agent on a counterterrorism squad. Back in Paris, Suzanne is convinced she’s being stalked by a ghost, a Serbian warlord her team took down. She begs Aimée to investigate: is it possible Mirko Vladić could be alive and in Paris with a blood vendetta? It seems that Suzanne is in fact paranoid, perhaps losing her mind, until Suzanne’s team begins to die in a series of strange, tragic accidents.

New Nonfiction Titles

9 Rules of Engagement by Harris Faulkner: The news anchor and co-host of “Outnumbered” shares the life lessons she learned growing up in a military family, offering recommendations for how all families can benefit from the guiding principles of military life.

Stealing Fire by Steven Kotler: Author Steven Kotler and high-performance expert Jamie Wheal spent four years investigating how Silicon Valley executives, the Navy SEALS, and maverick scientists are harnessing rare and controversial states of consciousness to solve critical challenges and outperform the competition.

Trump’s America by Newt Gingrich: The former Speaker of the House shares insider perspectives into the Make America Great Again movement and argues that Trump is keeping his campaign promises in spite of formidable resistance.

Calypso by David Sedaris: Personal essays share the author’s adventures after buying a vacation house on the Carolina coast and his reflections on middle age and mortality.

I Hate Everyone, Except You by Kelly Clinton: Kelly pens a hilariously candid, deliciously snarky collection of essays about his journey from awkward kid to slightly-less-awkward adult. Best known as a co-host of The Chew, and the makeover show What Not to Wear, he utilizes his signature wit to delve into topics that showcase his unique ability to navigate the stickiest of situations.

The Sun Does Shine by Anthony Ray Hinton: A man who spent thirty years on death row for a crime he did not commit describes how he became a victim of a flawed legal system, recounting the years he shared with fellow inmates who were eventually executed before his exoneration.

Russian Roulette by Michael Isikoff: Explains how Vladimir Putin and Russia hacked an American election as part of a covert operation to subvert the United States’ democracy and help Donald Trump win the presidency.

Facts and Fears by James Clapper: Clapper traces his career through the growing threat of cyberattacks, his relationships with presidents and Congress, and the truth about Russia’s role in the presidential election. Seeing how the foundations of American democracy were — and continue to be — undermined by a foreign power has led him to break with his instincts honed through more than five decades in the intelligence profession to share his inside experience.

My Own Words by Ruth Bader Ginsberg: The first book from Ruth Bader Ginsburg since becoming a Supreme Court Justice in 1993–a witty, engaging, serious, and playful collection of writings and speeches from the woman who has had a powerful and enduring influence on law, women’s rights, and popular culture.

Three Days in Moscow by Bret Baier: Recounts the events of Reagan’s historic, three-day 1988 Moscow Summit with Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev, examining the importance of Reagan’s speech at Moscow State University that offered a new vision of the future to the Soviet people.

New Fiction Titles

Hidden Depths by Ann Cleeves: A mother arrives home to find her son strangled, laid out in a bath of water and covered with wild flowers. Detective Inspector Vera Stranhope is intrigued until another body is found in a rock pool, and Vera must work quickly to find the killer. As the residents are forced to share their darkest secrets, the killer watches, waits and plans to prepare another beautiful, watery grave.

Murder on the Left Bank by Cara Black: A dying man who has been helping dirty cops launder stolen money tries to deliver a notebook that contains his full confession into the hands of La Proc, Paris’s chief prosecuting attorney, so the corruption can finally be brought to light. But en route the courier is murdered, and the notebook disappears. Private investigator Aimee Leduc is hired to find the notebook, but she is reluctant to get involved since her father’s name might be among the dirty cops.

Probably Claws by Rita Mae Brown: Mary Minor “Harry” Haristeen and her friends and animal companions pursue the threads of a mystery dating back to Virginia’s post-Revolutionary past, when their 18th-century predecessors struggled with the challenges of the fledgling country.

The Woman in the Woods by John Connolly: When the body of a woman–who apparently died in childbirth–is discovered, Parker is hired to track down both her identity and her missing child. In the beautiful Maine woods, a partly preserved body is discovered. But someone else is following the trail left by the woman, someone with an interest in much more than a missing child.

The Pharaoh Key by Douglas Preston: Fresh off a diagnosis that gives him only months to live, Crew is contacted by one of his former coworkers at EES, Manuel Garza, who has a bead on one final treasure hinted at in EES’s final case, the long-awaited translation of a centuries-old stone tablet of a previously undiscovered civilization: The Phaistos Disc. What lies at the end of the trail will either save Gideon’s life–or bring it to a sudden, shocking close.

Turbulence by Stuart Woods: Stone Barrington and several friends are vacationing in Florida when an extreme weather event puts a damper on their trip. Even worse, the hurricane-force winds blow a powerful, noxious politician straight onto Stone’s doorstep. Though they part ways before long, Stone soon learns that he hasn’t seen the last of his new acquaintance.

Something in the Water by Catherine Steadman: Erin is a documentary filmmaker on the brink of a professional breakthrough, Mark a handsome investment banker with big plans. On honeymoon in Bora Bora they find something in the water. Suddenly the newlyweds must make a dangerous choice: to speak out or to protect their secret. Their decision will trigger a devastating chain of events….

Love and Ruin by Paula McLain: While reporting in Madrid, journalist Martha Gellhorn finds herself unexpectedly–and uncontrollably–falling in love with Hemingway, a man on his way to becoming a legend. When Ernest publishes the biggest literary success of his career, For Whom the Bell Tolls, they are no longer equals, and Martha must make a choice: surrender to the confining demands of being a famous man’s wife or risk losing Ernest by forging a path as her own woman and writer.

New DVDs

I Can Only Imagine: Based on the true story behind Mercy Me’s hit song. Running from a troubled home life and a broken relationship, Bart Millard found escape in music. Hitting the road on a decrepit tour bus, Bart and his band Mercy Me set out on an amazing journey none of them could have imagined.

Tomb Raider: Lara Croft, the fiercely independent daughter of a missing adventurer, is driven to solve the puzzle of her father’s mysterious death on her own. Armed with only her sharp mind, blind faith and inherently stubborn spirit, Lara must learn to push herself beyond her limits as she braves the perilous journey into unknown lands.

I Kill Giants: From the acclaimed graphic novel comes an epic adventure about a world beyond imagination. Teen Barbara Thorson is the only thing that stands between terrible giants and the destruction of her small town. But as she boldly confronts her fears in increasingly dangerous ways, her new school counselor leads her to question everything she’s always believed to be true.

Pacific Rim Uprising: Jake Pentecost was a once-promising Jaeger pilot whose legendary father gave his life to secure humanity’s victory against the monstrous Kaiju. Now an even more fearsome alien threat has been unleashed on the world and Jake is called back into action by his former co-pilot, Lambert, and a 15-year-old Jaeger hacker, Amara.

Annihilation: Biologist and soldier Lena is shocked when her missing husband comes home near death from a top-secret mission to The Shimmer, a mysterious quarantine zone no one has ever returned from. Now, Lena and her elite team must enter a beautiful, deadly world of mutated landscapes and creatures, to discover how to stop the growing phenomenon that threatens all life on Earth.

Winchester: Winchester is set on an isolated stretch of land outside of San Francisco where there sits the world’s most haunted house. Seven stories tall with hundreds of rooms, the house has been under construction for decades, but heiress Sarah Winchester is not building for herself, for her niece, or for the troubled doctor she has summoned. She is building it for an asylum for hundreds of vengeful ghosts.

Star Wars: The Last Jedi: The Skywalker saga continues as the heroes join the galactic legends in an adventure that unlocks new mysteries of the Force.

15:17 to Paris: In August 21, 2015, the world was transfixed by reports of a thwarted terrorist attack on Thalys train #9364 bound for Paris – an attempt prevented by three courageous young Americans, portrayed here by the actual heroes themselves. From childhood to the attack, director Clint Eastwood follows the interwoven lives of the three men whose bravery saved over 500 passengers from disaster.

Death Wish: Dr.Paul Kersey is a surgeon who only sees the aftermath of his city’s violence as it’s rushed into his ER – until his wife and college-age daughter are viciously attacked in their suburban home. With the police overloaded with crimes, Paul, burning for revenge, hunts for his family’s assailants to deliver justice. As the anonymous slayings of criminals grab the media’s attention, the city wonders if this deadly avenger is a guardian angel or a grim reaper.

New Fiction Titles

Princess by James Patterson: When the head of the world’s foremost investigation agency receives an invitation to meet Princess Caroline, he boards his jet and flies straight to London. …. Sophie Edwards, a close friend of the Princess, has gone missing. She needs to be found before the media become aware of it. Morgan knows there is more to this case than he is being told. But what is the Princess hiding?

The Dark Angel by Elly Griffiths: In this highly atmospheric mystery, Ruth Galloway–described by Louise Penny as “a captivating amateur sleuth”–and DI Nelson have their summer vacations horribly disrupted by a murder in a medieval Italian town where dark secrets are buried as deep as bones.

A Dog’s Way Home by Bruce Cameron: Lucas is shocked when a puppy jumps out of an abandoned building and into his arms. After Bella is picked up because pit bulls are banned in Denver, Lucas has no choice but to send her away. With four hundred miles of dangerous Colorado wilderness between her and her person, Bella sets off on a seemingly impossible and completely unforgettable adventure home.

Before and Again by Barbara Delinsky: Mackenzie Cooper took her eyes off the road for just a moment but the resulting collision was enough to rob her of everything. Now she lives in Vermont under the name Maggie Reid. She’s thankful for the new friends –though she can’t risk telling them too much.

Tom Clancy Line of Sight by Mike Madden: Twenty years ago, Dr. Cathy Ryan restored the eyesight of a young Bosnian girl who had been injured during an attack in the Balkan War. Today, her son, Jack Ryan Jr. has decided to surprise his mother by tracking down the young lady. What he finds shocks them both.

The Hellfire Club by Jake Tapper: After a mysterious fatal car accident kills his predecessor, Congressman Charlie Marder struggles to navigate the dangerous waters of 1950s Washington, D.C., where he finds an underworld of backroom deals, secret societies, and a conspiracy at the highest levels of the government.

Warlight by Michael Ondaatje: In 1945, fourteen-year-old Nathaniel and his older sister Rachel stay behind in London when their parents move to Singapore, leaving them in the care of a figure they suspect might be a criminal.

Shelter in Place by Nora Roberts: It was a typical evening at a mall outside Portland, Maine. … Then the shooters arrived. The chaos and carnage lasted only eight minutes before the killers were taken down. But for those who lived through it, the effects would last forever.

The Cast by Danielle Steel: Kait Whittier has built her magazine column into a hugely respected read followed by fans across the country. But after two marriages, she prefers to avoid the complications and uncertainties of a new love. Then, after a chance meeting with Zack Winter, a television producer visiting Manhattan from Los Angeles, everything changes

Lost Creed by Alex Kava: Ryder Creed rescues abandoned dogs and turns them into heroes. But this time, it’s Creed who may need rescuing when a madman leads him and FBI Agent Maggie O’Dell on a gut-wrenching scavenger hunt.

New Fiction Titles

The Moscow Offensive by Dale Brown: In this newest installment in the New York Times bestselling series, the Iron Wolf Squadron faces off against the Russian threat, now brandishing a terrifying new weapon.

The Gray Ghost by Clive Cussler: The grandson of a man who was wrongly accused of stealing a recovered Rolls Royce prototype a century earlier hires husband-and-wife team Sam and Remi Fargo to solve the mystery and clear his grandfather’s name.

The Death of Mrs. Westaway by Ruth Ware: Hal receives a mysterious letter bequeathing her a substantial inheritance. She realizes quickly that the letter was sent to the wrong person–but also that the cold-reading skills she’s honed as a tarot card reader might help her claim the money. Soon, Hal finds herself at the funeral of the deceased…where it dawns on her that there is something very, very wrong about this strange situation and the inheritance at the center of it.

Twisted Prey by John Sandford: Lucas Davenport had crossed paths with her before. A rich psychopath, Taryn Grant had run successfully for the U.S. Senate. Convinced that she’d been responsible for three murders, he’d never been able to prove it. Now he’s heard rumors that Grant has found her seat on the Senate intelligence committee, and the contacts she’s made from it, to be very … useful. Pinning those rumors down was likely to be just as difficult as before, and considerably more dangerous.

The Perfect Couple by Elin Hilderbrand: The Otis-Winbury wedding promises to be an event to remember but for all the wrong reasons after tragedy strikes: a body is discovered in Nantucket Harbor just hours before the ceremony-and everyone in the wedding party is suddenly a suspect.

Brief Cases by Jim Butcher: The world of Harry Dresden, Chicago’s only professional wizard, is rife with intrigue-and creatures of all supernatural stripes. And you’ll make their intimate acquaintance as Harry delves into the dark side of truth, justice, and the American way in this must-have short story collection.

The Loner by Stu Campbell: Meet Will Claxton, the loner, as he works his way across the West looking for long-term work, preferably north in the summer and farther south in the winter, where it’s warmer. Along the way, he runs into trouble and could end up with the nickname “jailbird.”

Us Against You by Fredrik Backman: A small community tucked deep in the forest, Beartown is home to tough, hardworking people who don’t expect life to be easy or fair. No matter how difficult times get, they’ve always been able to take pride in their local ice hockey team. So it’s a cruel blow when they hear that Beartown ice hockey might soon be disbanded.

The President is Missing by Bill Clinton: As enemies plan an unprecedented attack on American soil, Washington is gripped by uncertainty and fear as rumors spread of a traitor in the cabinet and the president himself comes under suspicion, before he goes missing.

Liar, Liar by Lisa Jackson: A woman searches for the mother she hasn’t seen in twenty years, and uncovers a nightmare of greed and deception.

Proud Mary: Lethal, professional hitwoman Mary works for one of the most notorious crime family in town. When Mary shoots a protected mobster in order to save a young boy, she must take on a rogues’ gallery of crime figures, from the Russian Mafia to those closest to her, including her former lover.

The Neighbor: Mike, a middle-aged man in a routine marriage feels that his life is passing him by, quickly befriends his new neighbor, the young and vulnerable Jenna – herself trapped in a tumultuous marriage to a car salesman with and immature an pejorative streak. As Mike’s admiration begins to unravel his own marriage, Jenna slowly begins to reveal the fact that all isn’t as carefree as it appears.

The Last Movie Star: Vic Edwards was the biggest star in Hollywood, a college football legend turned stunt double turned leading man. Now in his eighties, he’s convinced by an old friend to accept an invitation to receive a Lifetime Achievement Award by a two-but film festival in Nashville. The trip launches him on both a hilarious adventure and an unexpectedly poignant journey into his past.

Gone Are the Days: Seeing his days are growing short, Taylon rises from his deathbed, outs on his spurs, and hits the trail in search of redemption. He crosses the desert to a gold-rush town, where he finds his estranged daughter working in a brothel. But to earn her freedom, he must confront the town’s vengeful sheriff who has an old score to settle with Taylon.

Forever My Girl: Forever my girl tells the story of country music superstar Liam Page, who left his bride, Josie, at the altar, choosing fame and fortune instead. However, Liam never got over his one true love, nor did he ever forget his Southern roots. When he unexpectedly returns to his hometown, Liam is torn between his two worlds.

The Commuter: Liam Neeson stars are Michael, an insurance agent whose commute suddenly takes a dangerous turn. After being confronted by a mysterious stranger, Michael must race against time to uncover the identity of a passenger on his train, as he’s swept into a conspiracy with life-and-death stakes for himself and his fellow passengers.

Just Getting Started: Duke Diver is a freewheeling manager at the luxury resort Villa Capri. When ex-military charmer Leo checks in, Duke and Leo compete for the top spot of alpha male, as well as for the affections of the newly-arrived Suzie. When Duke’s past suddenly catches up with him, the rivals reluctantly team up to stop whoever is trying to kill Duke, and also save the Villa Capri.

Poldark Season Three: Warleggan grows his empire with a view to crush the Poldarks while Ross and Demelza attempt to keep the peace and repair their relationships at Nampara. However, the arrival of Demelza’s brothers disturbs the fragile truce and Ross must ask himself how long he can allow George’s ascent to continue unchecked.

Outlander Season Three: Now pregnant, Claire struggles with the fallout of her sudden reappearance and its effect on her marriage to her first husband, Frank. Meanwhile, in the 18th century, Jamie suffers from the aftermath of his doomed last stand at the historic battle of Culloden, as well as the loss of Claire. As the years pass, Jamie and Claire attempt to make lives apart from one another, each haunted by the memory of their lost love. Separated by continents and centuries, Claire and Jamie must find their way back to each other.

New Nonfiction titles

Bake from Scratch: From simple one-layer crumb cakes to decadent tarts and vibrant holiday wreath breads, find flavorful, stunning baked goods for every season and occasion. No matter your skill level, master a variety of baking techniques with dependable, easy-to-follow recipes.

Advice Not Given by Mark Epstein: The Harvard-trained psychologist and author of The Trauma of Everyday Life explores how the traditions of Buddhism and Western psychotherapy can complement each other to promote a healthier ego and maximize the human potential for living a better life.

Educated by Tara Westover: Tara Westover was seventeen the first time she set foot in a classroom. Born to survivalists in the mountains of Idaho, she prepared for the end of the world by stockpiling home-canned peaches and sleeping with her “head-for-the-hills bag.” As a way out, Tara began to educate herself, and her quest for knowledge would transform her, taking her over oceans and across continents, to Harvard and to Cambridge.

The Telomere Miracle by Ed Park, M.D.: Ed Park, M.D., offers the revolutionary idea that disease and aging in humans all arises from a single source: genetic errors caused by shortening of telomeres, or the sequences of DNA at the ends of our chromosomes. Happily, Ed tells us, it’s possible to slow or even reverse this process and effectively turn back the clock.

Katharina and Martin Luther by Michelle Derusha: This unique biography tells the riveting story of two extraordinary people and their extraordinary relationship, offering refreshing insights into Christian history and illuminating the Luthers’ profound impact on the institution of marriage.

Meditation for Fidgety Skeptics by Dan Harris: Millions of people want to meditate but aren’t actually practicing. What’s holding them back? News anchor Dan Harris and his friend Jeff Warren, a “Meditation MacGyver,” embark on a cross-country quest to tackle the myths, misconceptions, and self-deceptions that stop people from meditating resulting in a strange and hilarious story of what happens when a congenitally sarcastic, type-A journalist and a groovy Canadian mystic embark on an epic road trip into America’s neurotic underbelly, as well as their own.

Magnolia Table by Joanna Gaines: Collects more than one hundred classic recipes for meals, snacks, desserts, and small plates, including chicken pot pie, asparagus and fontina quiche, overnight French toast, and fried chicken with sticky poppy seed jam

Mitochondria and the Future of Medicine by Lee Know, M.D.: Naturopathic Doctor Lee Know tells the epic story of mitochondria, the widely misunderstood and often-overlooked powerhouses of our cells. He offers cutting-edge information on supplementation and lifestyle changes for mitochondrial optimization, such as CoQ10, D-Ribose, cannabinoids, and ketogenic dietary therapy.

Box of Butterflies by Roma Downey: Ever since she was a little girl, Roma has seen butterflies as God’s presence. They have appeared to her in moments when she needed encouragement and reminded her she is not alone. In this deeply personal book, Roma shares stories from her life, alongside quotes, poems, scripture, and artwork that she prays will uplift you as they have her.

New Fiction Titles

The Disappeared by C.J. Box: Wyoming’s new governor isn’t sure what to make of Joe Pickett, but he has a job for him that is extremely delicate. A prominent female British executive never came home from the high-end guest ranch she was visiting, and the British Embassy is pressing hard.

Robert B. Parker’s Old Black Magic by Ace Atkins: Iconic, tough-but-tender Boston PI Spenser delves into the black market art scene to investigate a decades-long unsolved crime of dangerous proportions. Set against the high-society art scene and the low-life back alleys of Boston, this is classic Spenser doing what he does best.

The Sixth Day by Catherine Coulter: When several major political figures die mysteriously, officials declare the deaths are from natural causes. Then the German Vice-Chancellor dies on the steps of 10 Downing Street, and a drone is spotted hovering over the scene. The truth becomes clear–these high-profile deaths are well-constructed assassinations, and the Covert Eyes team is tasked to investigate.

Sometimes I Lie by Alice Feeney: Amber Reynolds wakes up in a hospital. She can’t move. She can’t speak. She can hear everyone around her, but they have no idea. Amber doesn’t remember what happened, but she suspicions her husband had something to do with it. Or her sister. Or maybe both. Terrified and trapped inside her own body, she slowly begins to remember a night that changed her life.

Cave of Bones by Anne Hillerman: While investigating the human remains found by a teenage girl and a disappearance, Tribal Police Officer Bernadette Manuelito’s cases are complicated by an unexpected blizzard, an accidental drowning, and a new FBI agent.

Macbeth by Jo Nesbø: Set in the 1970s in a run-down, industrial town, police struggle with an incessant drug problem. Duncan, the chief of police, is a dream to the townspeople, but a nightmare for criminals. The drug trade is ruled by two drug lords, one of whom, a master of manipulation named Hecate, has connections with the highest in power, and plans to use them to get his way.

The Other Lady Vanishes by Amanda Quick: After escaping from a private sanitarium, Adelaide Blake arrives in Burning Cove, California, desperate to start over. …In Burning Cove, no one is who they seem. Behind facades of glamour and power hide drug dealers, gangsters, and grifters.

Anatomy of a Miracle by Jonathan Miles: Rendered paraplegic after a traumatic event four years ago, Cameron Harris has been living his new existence alongside his sister. One hot August afternoon, Cameron suddenly and inexplicably rises up and out of his wheelchair. In the aftermath of this miracle, Cameron finds himself a celebrity at the center of a contentious debate about what’s taken place.

The Knowledge by Martha Grimes: Robbie Parsons, a black cab driver who knows the city of London by heart, picks up a man with a gun in his hand–a man who brazenly committed a crime then jumped in and ordered Parsons to drive. As the criminal eventually escapes to Nairobi, Detective Superintendent Richard Jury comes across the case in the Saturday paper. Two days previously, Jury had met and instantly connected with one of the victims of the crime, a professor of astrophysics and expert gambler.

New DVDs

Sweet Virginia: In the wake of a triple murder that leaves the residents of a remote Alaskan outpost on edge, tightly wound drifter Elwood checks in to a motel run by Sam, a former rodeo champion whose imposing physical presence conceals a troubled soul. Bound together by their outsider status, the two men strike up an uneasy friendship – a dangerous association that will set off a new wave of violence.

Thor: Ragnorok: Thor, imprisoned on the other side of the universe, must race against time to stop the destruction of his world and the end of the Asgardian civilization at the hands of the ruthless Hela.

Phantom Thread: Set in the glamour of 1960’s London, renowned dressmaker Reynolds Woodcock and his sister Cyril are at the center of British fashion. Women come and go across Woodcock’s life until he comes across Alma, who soon becomes a fixture in his life as his muse and lover. Once controlled and planned, he finds his carefully tailored life disrupted by the scariest curse of all… love.

Paddington 2: Paddington is happily settled in with the Brown family in Windsor Gardens. While searching for the perfect present for his Aunt Lucy’s 100th birthday, Paddington spots a unique pop-up book in Mr. Gruber’s antique shop and embarks upon a series of odd jobs to buy it. Hilarity and adventure ensue when the book is stolen and Paddington and the Brown’s must unmask the thief.

13 Reasons Why: Season 1: Clay Jensen returns home from high school to discover a box of cassette tapes recorded by Hannah Baker, his classmate and secret crush, who died by suicide only 2 weeks before. Hannah’s tapes reveal the 13 reasons that led to her untimely death, and the people she felt were responsible. This begins an emotional journey to uncover the mystery behind Hannah’s tragic end.

Nostalgia: A mosaic of interconnected stories built around the central theme of loss and memory, filled with characters as real and recognizable as your friends and neighbors.

Murder on the Orient Express: Everyone’s a suspect when a murder is committed on a lavish train ride, and a brilliant detective must race against time to solve the puzzle before the killer strikes again.

Maze Runner: The Death Cure: Thomas leads his group of escaped Gladers on their final mission. To save their friends they must break into the legendary Last City, a WCKD-controlled labyrinth that may turn out to be the deadliest maze of all! Anyone who makes it out alive will get answers to the questions the Gladers have been asking since they first arrived in the maze.

Hostiles: It is 1892, and a legendary Army captain reluctantly agrees to escort a dying Cheyenne war chief and his family back to tribal lands. Making a perilous and harrowing journey from Fort Berringer, an isolated Army outpost in New Mexico, to the grasslands of Montana, the former rivals must join forces to overcome the punishing landscape, hostile Comanche, and vicious outliers they encounter.

Call Me By Your Name: It’s the summer of 1983 in Italy, and Elio, a precocious 17-year-old, spends his days in his family’s villa transcribing and playing classical music, reading and flirting with his friend Marzia. One day, Oliver, a charming American scholar, arrives and as the annual summer intern tasked with helping Elio’s father, an eminent professor. Elio and Oliver discover the heady beauty of awakening desire over the course of a summer that will alter their lives forever.