New Fiction Titles

The Boy from the Woods by Harlan Coben: Found as a boy living feral in the woods, Wilde is a mystery to everyone, including himself. When a local girl goes missing, famous TV lawyer Hester Crimstein–with whom Wilde shares a tragic connection–asks him to use his unique skills to help find her. Meanwhile, a group of ex-military security experts arrive in town, and when another teen disappears, the case’s impact expands far beyond the borders of the peaceful suburb.

Above the Bay of Angels by Rhys Bowen: Through a series of strange events, Bella Waverly arrives as Helen Barton from Yorkshire, to work in the kitchen of Buckingham Palace where she pursues her passion for creating culinary delights is chosen to accompany the queen to Nice. When the threat of blackmail shadows Bella to the Riviera, and a member of the queen’s retinue falls ill and dies, her new life just might come crashing down–if it doesn’t send her to the gallows.

Hidden Salem by Kay Hooper: As a longtime member of the FBI’s Special Crimes Unit, Grayson Sheridan has learned not to be surprised by the unusual and the macabre–but Salem is different. When Gray arrives to find his undercover partner vanished, he knows that whatever’s hiding in the seemingly peaceful town is deadly. But what actually hides in the shadows and secrets of Salem is unlike anything the agents have ever encountered.

Devoted by Dean Koontz: Woody Bookman hasn’t spoken a word in his eleven years of life. For Megan, keeping her boy safe and happy is what matters. But Woody believes a monstrous evil was behind his father’s death and now threatens him and his mother. And an ally unknown to him is listening. A uniquely gifted dog with a heart of gold, Kipp hears the boy who communicates like he does, without speaking, and knows he needs to find him before its too late.

Deacon King Kong by James McBride: From James McBride comes a wise and witty novel about what happens to the witnesses of a shooting. As the story deepens, it becomes clear that the lives of the characters–caught in the tumultuous swirl of 1960s New York–overlap in unexpected ways. When the truth does emerge, McBride shows us that not all secrets are meant to be hidden, that the best way to grow is to face change without fear, and that the seeds of love lie in hope and compassion.

Trace Elements by Donna Leon: When a dying hospice patient wants to speak to the police, Commissario Guido Brunetti and his colleague, Claudia Griffoni, waste no time in responding. “They killed him. It was bad money. I told him no.” Piecing together the tangled threads, in time Brunetti comes to realize the perilous meaning in the woman’s accusation and the threat it reveals to the health of the entire region.

The Number Game by Danielle Steel: Eileen Jackson was happy to set aside her own dreams to raise a family with her husband, Paul. When Eileen discovers that Paul’s late nights in the city are hiding an affair with a younger woman, she questions the years of sacrifice and compromise. On the brink of forty and wondering what she’s going to do with the rest of her life, is it too late for her to start over?

Hit List by Stuart Woods: When Stone Barrington finds his name on a hit list, he plans to lie low until the culprit is caught. But when this foe shows no signs of stopping until his deadly objective is realized in full, Stone is left with no choice but to face the problem head-on.

The K Team by David Rosenfelt: Andy Carpenter’s wife, Laurie, was a cop, a good one. Now she helps out on Andy’s cases while also raising Ricky, their son. But she’s been chafing to jump back into investigating on her own, and when her former partner and his German shepherd K-9 partner come to her with a proposal, she’s in.

While the Alliance Public Library remains closed to the public, patrons wishing to pick up materials may login at https://alliancelibrary.org using their patron number and phone number to browse our collection and electronically place holds on items. Patrons will be notified by staff when their items are ready, after which they may be picked up inside the West entrance during the following times: Monday-Friday: 10:00 to 10:15; 12:00 to 12:15; 2:00 to 2:15; 4:00 to 4:15; 5:00 to 5:15; and Saturday: 10:00 to 10:15. Items placed on hold after 4 p.m. will not be available for pick up until the next business day, and items placed on hold on Fridays after 4 p.m. will not be available for pick up until Monday.

RB Digital Magazines

Backyard and Garden Design Ideas: Backyard & Garden Design Ideas is designed to provide information and inspiration for people who are embarking on major backyard and garden makeovers. As a result we devote more space to garden design, layout, furniture, products, plants, pools, structures and maintenance than any other publication on the market.

National Geographic: The latest news in science, exploration, and culture will open your eyes to the world’s many wonders. Get a National Geographic digital magazine subscription today and experience the same high-quality articles and breathtaking photography contained in the print edit.

Minecraft World Magazine: Minecraft World is the essential four-weekly guide to the planet’s best videogame: Minecraft! In each issue, we’ll be keeping you bang up to date with what’s happening in Minecraft, as well as sharing secrets, essential tips, advice and the very latest news.

Highlights for Children: The experts at Highlights know how to keep kids motivated while they learn. Filled with fiction, nonfiction, Hidden Pictures, skill-building puzzles, science experiments and more, this read-only digital version of Highlights magazine strengthens reading abilities, promotes creativity, sharpens thinking skills, and helps build confidence. Visit Highlights.com to learn more. Ages 6-12.  

Food Network Magazine: Food Network Magazine is America’s best-selling food magazine on newsstands—and every food lover’s essential handbook: Each issue is packed with star recipes and tips, behind-the-scenes scoops and fun, creative ideas for home cooks.

Newsweek: Newsweek magazine has a long-standing tradition of providing readers with the most updated information on the most pressing issues affecting our nation and world today. Topics regularly covered include politics and government, business and entertainment, health and nutrition, science and technology, money and culture.

Vogue: Setting the standard for over 100 years has made Vogue the bestselling fashion magazine in the world.

Rolling Stone: Get Rolling Stone digital magazine subscription today for cutting-edge reporting, provocative photos and raw interviews with the people who shape the scene and rock the world.

Outdoor Life: Our readers’ hands-on spirit is reflected in the magazine’s comprehensive gear tests and personal adventure stories. Whether shopping for a new rifle, searching for the hottest fishing holes this weekend or thirsting for exciting adventure tales, Outdoor Life is the ultimate resource.

The Alliance Public Library RB Digital Magazine collection can be accessed at https://centralnebraskane.rbdigital.com where patrons may use their patron number found on the back of their card (ie: P54896) and their personal email to register for an account. An RB Digital mobile app is also available to download for most devices. For help with accessing Alliance Public Library’s digital services, please call the library at 308-762-1387 or visit our website at https://libraries.ne.gov/alliance.

New Fiction Titles

Hunter Killer by Brad Taylor: While Pike Logan and Jennifer Cahill prepare to join their team on a counter-terrorist mission in the triple frontier– the lawless tri-border region where Argentina, Brazil, and Paraguay meet — they are entangled in a scheme involving Brazilian politics and a cut-throat battle for control of offshore oil fields.

Dear Edward by Ann Napolitano: A twelve-year-old boy struggles with the worst kind of fame–as the sole survivor of a notorious plane crash.

Witch’s Oath by Terry Goodkind: The Children of D’Hara picks up immediately after the conclusion of the Sword of Truth series. The story will be told in installments, as novella-length episodes published every three months. Witch’s Oath is the fourth novella.

The Small Town by Thomas Perry: Twelve convicts plan and execute a mass prison break that results in a small town destroyed. After two years with no capture of the masterminds, Leah Hawkins, a six-foot, two-inch former star basketball player and resident good cop, is sent to track the infamous twelve. And kill them. Soon, the surviving fugitives realize what she is up to, and a race to kill or be killed ensues

Our Last Goodbye by Shirley Dickson: 1943, England: On a foggy night during the blackout, twenty-five-year-old May Robinson’s mother is tragically killed. Heartbroken, May isn’t sure she has the strength to harbor the secret she has kept for so many years – a secret her mother devoted her life to hiding, that would tear their broken family further apart. When the shocking truth of May’s secret comes to light, just as the war comes too close to home, can their love survive the impossible?

The Family Upstairs by Lisa Jewell: When Libby learns the identity of her birth parents and inherits their abandoned mansion worth millions, everything in Libby’s life is about to change. But what she can’t possibly know is that others have been waiting for this day as well–and she is on a collision course to meet them. In The Family Upstairs, Lisa Jewell brings us a can’t-look-away story of three entangled families living in a house with the darkest of secrets.

The Peacock Emporium by JoJo Moyes: Athene Forster embraced the Sixties like few others. She was spoiled, beautiful, and out of control. Thirty-five years on, Suzanna Peacock finds refuge from her mother’s shameful legacy in her shop, the Peacock Emporium where she discovers not just friendship, and an escape from her troubled marriage, but the first real passion of her life. But the specter of her mother still haunts Suzanna, and only by confronting the past will she finally be able to face the future.

Cleaning the Gold by Karin Slaughter and Lee Child: Will Trent is undercover at Fort Knox. His assignment: to investigate a twenty-two-year-old murder. His suspect’s name: Jack Reacher. Jack Reacher is in Fort Knox on his own mission: to bring down a dangerous criminal ring operating at the heart of America’s military. Except now Will Trent is on the scene. But there’s a bigger conspiracy at play. And the only option is for Jack Reacher and Will Trent to team up and play nicely. If they can.

Beating about the Bush by M.C. Beaton: When private detective Agatha Raisin comes across a severed leg in a roadside hedge, it looks like she is about to become involved in a particularly gruesome murder. Looks, however, can be deceiving, as Agatha discovers when she is employed to investigate a case of industrial espionage at a factory where nothing is quite what it seems.

New Nonfiction

Martha Stewart’s Organizing by Martha Stewart: Martha’s indispensable expertise walks you through goal-setting, principles of organizing, useful supplies, and creating systems for ongoing success. A look into Martha’s own personal calendars offers a template for scheduling essential tasks. Last, plenty of strategies, how-tos, timelines, and checklists will help you stay organized all year long.

The Power of Favor by Joel Osteen: With Joel’s encouragement, you’ll see how God’s goodness uplifts you every day. He wants you to reach new levels of fulfillment, new levels of increase, new levels of promotion, new levels of victory. When you realize you have been marked for blessings, you will feel the force of His favor and overcome challenges that you can’t face on your own.  

A Woman Makes a Plan by Maye Musk: The international supermodel shares personal stories and lessons learned from a life of “living dangerously–carefully.” Maye shares experiences from her life conveying hard-earned wisdom on career, family, health, and adventure. You can’t control all that happens in life, but you can have the life you want at any age. All you have to do is make a plan

The Boy, the Mole, the Fox, and the Horse by Charlie Macksey: A modern, illustrated fable for readers of all ages that explores life’s universal lessons from beloved British illustrator Charlie Mackesy.

The Way We All Became The Brady Bunch by Kimberly Potts: Examines the show’s lasting effects on its audience and take readers behind-the-scenes and into the lives of our most beloved characters, all to document why The Brady Bunch was one of the most groundbreaking shows of its time–and why it remains to this day, unforgettable.

How to Not Diet by Michael Greger, M.D.: Publisher Annotation: Discover the cutting-edge science behind long-term weight loss success, in this powerful new book from the New York Times bestselling author of How Not to Die.

If You Tell by Gregg Olsen: A survivor’s story of absolute evil–and the freedom and justice that sisters Nikki, Sami, and Tori risked their lives to fight for. Even as others were drawn into their mother’s dark and perverse web, the sisters found the strength and courage to escape an escalating nightmare that culminated in multiple murders. Victims no more, they found a light in the darkness that made them the resilient women they are today–loving, loved, and moving on

Notre-Dame by Ken Follett: Ken Follett describes the emotions that gripped him when he learned about the fire that threatened to destroy one of the greatest cathedrals in the world–the Notre-Dame de Paris. Follett then tells the story of the cathedral, from its construction to the role it has played across time and history, and he reveals the influence that the Notre-Dame had upon cathedrals around the world and on the writing of one of Follett’s most famous and beloved novels, The Pillars of the Earth

Bowls by America’s Test Kitchen: Create satisfying, nourishing, quick-to-prepare bowls built around grains, noodles, greens, and broths and find inspiration to customize your own creations. You’ll find plenty of options here, plus full nutritional information for every recipe.

New Fiction Titles

1922 by Stephen King: The year is 1922. Together, Wilfred James and his teenage son commit a gruesome crime in order to keep the family’s Nebraska homestead intact. Soon after, supernatural terrors begin to afflict father and son, as well as their land. Is it just a coincidence, or is it something more disturbing at work? Betrayal, murder, madness, rats; 1922 is a breathtaking exploration into the dark side of human nature from the great American storyteller.

A Longer Fall by Charlaine Harris: Lizbeth Rose is hired for transporting a crate into Dixie. But what seemed like a straight-forward job turns into a massacre as the crate is stolen. Up against a wall in Dixie, where social norms have stepped back into the last century, Lizbeth has to go undercover with an old friend to retrieve the crate as what’s inside can spark a rebellion, if she can get it back in time.

Treason by Stuart Woods: Stone Barrington’s close friend requires his expertise and subtlety to eradicate a destructive presence in a classified agency–only it soon becomes clear that this renegade was sent by a rival Stone has encountered before. From the City of Light to the rocky Maine coastline, Stone will need to summon all his wit and daring to halt the audacious plots threatening to reveal confidential intel, and catch the evasive traitor at last.

The Wives by Tarryn Fisher: She’s never met the other wives. But she loves him so much she doesn’t care. Or at least that’s what she told herself. Then, under false pretenses, she strikes up a friendship with his other wife, Hannah. Hannah starts showing up to coffee dates with telltale bruises. She’s being abused by her husband. Who, of course, is also her husband. But she’s never known him to be violent, ever. Who exactly is her husband, and how far would she go to find the truth?

Genesis by Robin Cook: Robin Cook takes on the ripped-from-the-headlines topic of harnessing DNA from ancestry websites to catch a killer in this timely and explosive new medical thriller.

Moral Compass by Danielle Steel: Saint Ambrose has just enrolled one hundred and forty female students for the first time. Despite privilege, some students are struggling and wounded, dealing with insecurity and loneliness. Then a student lies in the hospital, her system poisoned by dangerous levels of alcohol. Everyone in this sheltered community are left trying to figure out what actually happened. Only the handful of students who were there when she was attacked truly know the answers and they have vowed to keep one another’s secrets.

Heaven, My Home by Attica Locke: Bluebird Texas Ranger Darren Matthews is on the hunt for a boy who’s gone missing–but it’s the boy’s family of white supremacists who are his real target.

The Price by Tim Tigner: There’s a secret in Silicon Valley. A discovery. An invention. One so startling and surprisingly sinister that it needs to be kept – at any price. Propelling the thrills and perched at the middle of the mystery is one of humanity’s great questions: would the Fountain of Youth be a blessing?

The Playground by Jane Shemlit: The lives of three very different married couples collide when their children join the same tutoring circle, resulting in illicit relationships, shocking violence, and unimaginable fallout.  The story twists and then twists again while the three families desperately search for answers. It’s only as they begin to unravel the truth of what happened over the summer that they realize evil has crept quietly into their world. But has this knowledge come too late?

New Nonfiction Titles

When Less Becomes More by Emily Ley: Emily Ley brings a revolutionary exploration of how to live a life of more in a world that often overwhelms to the point of burnout. Emily empathizes with readers in the throes of exhaustion and provides tools for nourishing their spirits and achieving a life where less becomes more.

Finding Chika by Mitch Albom: Bestselling author Mitch Albom returns to nonfiction for the first time in more than a decade in this poignant memoir that celebrates Chika, a young Haitian orphan whose short life would forever change his heart. Finding Chika is a celebration of a girl, her adoptive guardians, and the incredible bond they formed–a devastatingly beautiful portrait of what it means to be a family, regardless of how it is made.

The Body by Bill Bryson: Bill Bryson guides us through the human body–how it functions, its remarkable ability to heal itself, and (unfortunately) the ways it can fail. Full of extraordinary facts (your body made a million red blood cells since you started reading this) and irresistible Bryson-esque anecdotes. The Body will lead you to a deeper understanding of the miracle that is life in general and you in particular.

A Republic, if You Can Keep It by Neil Gorsuch: This rich collection offers Neil Gorsuch’s most salient writings and speeches from his over three decades of thinking about the law as a student, practitioner, professor, judge, and now justice. For court watchers and the general public alike, it provides essential insight into his judicial philosophy and his views on the Constitution and the role of judges in our modern republic.

Pastry Love: A Baker’s Journal of Recipes by Joanne Change: During her time as a pastry chef, restauranteur, and cookbook author, Joanne Chang has created many a tasty treat and compiled the very best of them here, in what she considers not just a cookbook but her baking journal.

The Hero by Lee Child: In his first work of nonfiction, the creator of the multimillion-selling Jack Reacher series explores the endurance of heroes from Achilles to Bond, showing us how this age-old myth is a fundamental part of what makes us human. Child teaches us how classic stories still shape our minds and behavior in an increasingly confusing modern world.

Tap Code by Carlyle Harris: Tap Code is the untold story of ex-Vietnam POW Colonel Carlyle “Smitty” Harris, who brought hope, strength, and the love of God to fellow American POWs by secretly reviving a long-unused military communication code. It was a lifeline as they endured torture and abuse, bringing unity and ultimately helping them prevail over a brutal enemy.

Letters from an Astrophysicist by Neil deGrasse Tyson: Astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson has attracted one of the world’s largest online followings with his fascinating, widely accessible insights into science and our universe. Now, Tyson invites us to go behind the scenes of his public fame by revealing his correspondence with people across the globe who have sought him out in search of answers. In this hand-picked collection of 101 letters, Tyson draws upon cosmic perspectives to address a vast array of questions about science, faith, philosophy, life, and of course, Pluto.

The Case Against Socialism by Rand Paul: Rand Paul, U.S. senator for Kentucky and America’s most prominent libertarian, makes a case against socialist ideology, showing the impact of its deadly legacy and the threat of its new rise in America.

New Fiction Titles

Tom Clancy Code of Honor by Marc Cameron: As President of the United States, Jack Ryan has faced many challenges, but none have been as personal as this and never has he been this helpless in the face of evil in the latest entry in Tom Clancy’s #1 New York Times bestselling series.

Ninth House by Leigh Bardugo: The mesmerizing adult debut from Leigh Bardugo, a tale of power, privilege, dark magic, and murder set among the Ivy League elite secret societies where occult activities are more sinister and more extraordinary than any paranoid imagination might conceive. They tamper with forbidden magic. They raise the dead. And, sometimes, they prey on the living.

A Minute to Midnight by David Baldacci: Atlee Pine has spent most of her life trying to find out what happened that fateful night in Andersonville, Georgia. Her six-year-old twin sister, Mercy, was taken and Atlee was left for dead while their parents were apparently partying downstairs. One person who continues to haunt her is notorious serial killer, Daniel James Tor, confined to a Colorado maximum security prison. Does he really know what happened to Mercy?

The Starless Sea by Erin Morgenstern: Zachary discovers a rare book hidden in the library stacks. As he turns the pages, entranced by fantastic tales, he reads something strange: a story from his own childhood. Desperate to make sense of how his own life came to be recorded, Zachary uncovers a series of clues–a bee, a key, and a sword–that lead him to a masquerade party in New York, to a secret club, and through a doorway to a subterranean library, hidden far below the surface of the earth

Spy by Danielle Steel: At eighteen, Alexandra Wickham is presented to King George V and Queen Mary and seems destined for a privileged life. But fate leads her down a different path. By 1939, Europe is on fire and England is at war. Fluent in French and German, she would make the perfect secret agent. Within a year, Alex is shocking her family in trousers and bright red lipstick. They must never know about the work she does–no one can know, not even the pilot she falls in love with.

Criss Cross by James Patterson: In a Virginia penitentiary, Alex Cross and his partner, John Sampson, witness the execution of a killer they helped convict. Hours later, they are called to the scene of a copycat crime. A note signed ‘M’ rests on the corpse. ‘You messed up big time, Dr. Cross.’ Was an innocent man just put to death?

Game of Snipers by Stephen Hunter: When Bob Lee Swagger is approached by a woman who lost a son to war and has spent the years since risking all that she has to find the sniper who pulled the trigger, he knows right away he’ll do everything in his power to help her. But what begins as a favor becomes an obsession, and soon Swagger is back in the action, teaming up with the Mossad, the FBI, and local American law enforcement, as he tracks a sniper who is his own equal…and attempts to decipher that assassin’s ultimate target before it’s too late.

Kiss the Girls and Make Them Cry by Mary Higgins Clark: When investigative journalist Gina Kane receives an email from a “CRyan” describing her “terrible experience” while working at REL, a high-profile television news network, including the comment “and I’m not the only one,” Gina knows she has to pursue the story, but is shocked to discover the young woman has died tragically in an accident while on holiday. And when another accuser turns up dead, Gina realizes someone–or some people–will go to depraved lengths to keep the story from seeing the light.

New Fiction Titles

The Starter Wife by Nina Lauren: They think my husband’s first wife disappeared or they think she is dead. There’s a big difference. My phone rings. The only answer to my slightly breathless hello is empty static. When the voice does finally come, it’s female, low, muffled somehow. “Where is it, Claire? What did you do with it? Tell me where it is.” A woman. A real flesh-and-blood woman on the other end of the phone. She’s not just in my head. A wave of panic spreads under my skin like ice water. It’s her.

Children of Blood and Bone by Tomi Adeyemi: Seventeen-year-old Zelie, her older brother Tzain, and rogue princess Amari fight to restore magic to the land and activate a new generation of magi, but they are ruthlessly pursued by the crown prince, who believes the return of magic will mean the end of the monarchy.

The Old Success by Martha Grimes: When the body of a French woman washes up on a wild inlet off the Cornish coast, Brian Macalvie, divisional commander with the Devon-Cornwall police is called in. Who could have killed this beautiful tourist, the only visible footprints nearby belonging to the two little girls who found her in the days following the mysterious slaying of the Parisian tourist, two other murders take place: first, a man is shot at a country estate, then a holy duster turns up murdered in Exeter Cathedral. Macalvie, Jury, and Brownell set out to discover whether these three killings, though very different in execution, are connected

Final Option by Clive Cussler: Juan Cabrillo and his crew are sent to Brazil to rescue three CIA agents whose identities have been compromised.

Twisted Twenty-Six by Janet Evanovich: Grandma Mazur has decided to get married again – this time to a local gangster named Jimmy Rosolli. If Stephanie has her doubts about this marriage, she doesn’t have to worry for long, because the groom drops dead of a heart attack 45 minutes after saying, “I do.” A sad day for Grandma Mazur turns into something far more dangerous when Jimmy’s former “business partners” are convinced that his new widow is keeping the keys to a financial windfall all to herself. But the one thing these wise guys didn’t count on was the widow’s bounty hunter granddaughter, who’ll do anything to save her.

Imaginary Friend by Stephen Chbosky: Single mother Kate Reese is on the run. Determined to improve life for her and her son, Christopher, she flees an abusive relationship in the middle of the night with Christopher at her side. Then Christopher vanishes. For six awful days, no one can find him. Until Christopher emerges from the woods at the edge of town, unharmed but not unchanged. He returns with a voice in his head only he can hear, with a mission only he can complete: Build a tree house in the woods by Christmas, or his mother and everyone in the town will never be the same again.

Scarlet Fever by Rita Mae Brown: Harry Dunbar, a member of the Jefferson Hunt club with a penchant for antique furniture, is found with his skull cracked at the bottom of the stairs to a local store. There are no telltale signs of foul play–save for the priceless (and stolen) fox ring in his pocket. Sister and her hounds set out to uncover the truth: Was this simply an accident or something much more sinister?

The Confession Club by Elizabeth Berg: When Iris Winters and Maddy Harris are invited to the club, they find that it’s just what each of them needs. Iris hasn’t yet told anyone about the unlikely man who has captured her attention, and Maddy has come back home to escape a problem too big for her to confront.

New DVDs

Ocean of Grass: Discover the unforgettable beauty of Nebraska’s Sandhills region as seen through the eyes of a 130 year old McGinn family ranch. Moving into its 5th generation, the ranch encompasses all that makes America great: an appreciation of heroic effort, the love of family, friends, and country, and doing whatever is required to survive. It is a landscape of individuals with unique personalities.

Toy Story 4: When Woddy, Buzz, and the gang join Bonnie on a road trip with her new craft-project-turned-toy, Forky, the innocent little spork’s hilarious antics launch Woody on a wild quest filled with unexpected new characters – and one long-lost friend.

The Lion King: In this “live-action” remake of the classic animated film, a young lion prince named Simba flees after being framed for the murder of his father by Scar, his power hungry uncle. After learning of his kingdom’s ruin, Simba returns home to face his past and take his rightful place and king.

The Art of Racing in the Rain: Based on the best-selling novel by Garth Stein, The Art of Racing in the Rain is a heartwarming tale narrated by a witty and philosophical dog named Enzo. Through his unique insight into the human condition, Enzo helps his owners – racecar driver Denny Swift, his wife Eve, and daughter Zoe – navigate life with a refreshing perspective on friendship, family, and unconditional love.

Yesterday: Jack Malik was just another struggling songwriter . . . but that was yesterday. After a mysterious blackout, Jack discovers he is the only person on the planet who remembers The Beatles! As he rockets to fame by passing off The Fab Four’s songs as his own, Jack risks losing Ellie – the one person who has loved him and believed in him from the start. Before the door to his old life closes forever, Jack must decide if all he needs is love, after all.

A Discovery of Witches: Brilliant historian Diana Bishop is a witch denying her heritage. But when she unexpectedly calls up an ancient, bewitched manuscript from Oxford’s Bodleian Library, she finds herself thrown into the heart of a dangerous mystery – and into the path of enigmatic geneticist and vampire Matthew Clairmont.

The Mustang: Robert Coleman, a convict in a rural Nevada prison who struggles to escape his past, rediscovers his own humanity in a social rehabilitation program. There he must gentle an especially unbreakable mustang named Marcus, a journey that inspires a heartfelt connection and challenges him to be a better person.

Fast and Furious presents Hobbs and Shaw: For years hulking lawman Luke Hobbs and lawless outcast Deckard Shaw have traded smack talk and body blows. But when cyber-genetically enhance anarchist Brixton gains control of an insidious bio-threat that could alter humanity forever, Hobbs and Shaw partner up to bring down the only guy who might be more bad than themselves.

The Kitchen: Melissa Mccarthy, Tiffany Haddish and Elisabeth Moss star as three 1978 Hell’s Kitchen housewives whose mobster husbands are sent to prison by the FBI. Left with little but an ax to grind, the ladies take the Irish Mafia’s matters into their own hands – proving unexpectedly adept at everything, from running the rackets to taking out the competition.