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What Comes After by JoAnne Tompkins
“If you enjoyed The Searcher by Tana French, read What Comes After by JoAnne Tompkins.… a mystery — and a gritty meditation on loss and redemption, drenched in stillness and grief.” —The Washington Post One of O, The Oprah Magazine’s MOST ANTICIPATED BOOKS OF 2021
Under the Wave at Waimea by Paul Theroux
From legendary writer Paul Theroux comes an atmospheric novel following a big-wave surfer as he confronts aging, privilege, mortality, and whose lives we choose to remember.
Trafik by Rikki Ducornet
From the singularly inventive mind of Rikki Ducornet, Trafik is a buoyant voyage through outer space and inner longing, transposing human experiences of passion, loss, and identity into a post-Earth universe. Quiver, a mostly-human astronaut, takes refuge from the monotony of harvesting minerals on remote asteroids by running through a virtual reality called the Lights, chasing visions of an elusive red-haired beauty. Her high-strung robot partner Mic pilots their Wobble and entertains himself exploring his records of the obliterated planet Earth, searching for Al Pacino trivia, unfamiliar recipes, and high fashion trends.
To Covet a Highland Criminal by Lori Ann Bailey
A Wicked Highland Misfits novelBook Two: To Covet a Highland CriminalGrowing up as an orphan on the streets of Aberdeen, Scotland, Bran MacKay had a rough life. To save his adopted sister from paying for one of his past mistakes, he needs a large sum of money.
The Yellow Bird by Blair Donnelly
It takes just one person to change your life around and Rachael assumed she was all out of surprises since she met her girlfriend Gretchen. However, little does she know that a chance meeting with a stranger has the potential to change their their lives and expand their notions of love, friendship, and family.
The Wrench by Jeremy Brown
When you steal from people who pull the trigger instead of calling the law, you’d better be good at it. Bruder is the best.
Bruder is a career master thief, an apex predator hijacker who takes what he wants from people who would never turn to the cops for help.
The Unkindness of Ravens by M.E. Hilliard
Librarian Greer Hogan matches wits with a deviously clever killer in M.E. Hilliard’s chilling series debut, ideal for fans of Louise Penny and Dorothy L. Sayers. Greer Hogan is a librarian and an avid reader of murder mysteries. She also has a habit of stumbling upon murdered bodies. The first was her husband’s, and the tragic loss led Greer to leave New York behind for a new start in the Village of Raven Hill.
The Stepmother by Ros Carne
One guilty secret will tear her life apart… After a series of heart-breaking miscarriages, Kate’s marriage is hanging by a thread. When her husband Michael tells her he has shocking news, at first, she thinks the worst – he’s been having an affair. It would explain why he’s been so distant. Instead, he reveals that the daughter he abandoned twenty years ago is coming to stay. Kate is blindsided by the sudden arrival of Imogen mere hours later. Her new stepdaughter is beautiful but troubled and seems wary of her own father.
The Roommate Study by Taylor Harper
An innocent way to get a free movie ticket suddenly turns into something much more exciting for Ares Michel and his smoking hot roommate Phoenix Sasaki.
The Silent Girl by Kelly Heard
A totally gripping psychological suspense novel that you won’t be able to put down and will keep you turning the pages late into the night. Perfect for fans of The Girl on the Train, The Woman in the Window and The Silent Patient.
The Protector by Jordan Ford
He’s tasked with protecting a celebrity’s daughter, but with a stalker on the loose and a young woman bent on pretending she’s not famous, his job is nearly impossible.
The Light of the Midnight Stars by Rena Rossner
An evocative combination of fantasy, history, and Jewish folklore, The Light of the Midnight Stars is fairytale-inspired novel from the author of The Sisters of the Winter Wood. Deep in the Hungarian woods, the sacred magic of King Solomon lives on in his descendants. Gathering under the midnight stars, they pray, sing and perform small miracles – and none are more gifted than the great Rabbi Isaac and his three daughters.
The Helm of Midnight by Marina Lostetter
Hannibal meets Mistborn in Marina Lostetter’s THE HELM OF MIDNIGHT, the dark and stunning first novel in a new trilogy that combines the intricate worldbuilding and rigorous magic system of the best of epic fantasy with a dark and chilling thriller. In a daring and deadly heist, thieves have made away with an artifact of terrible power—the death mask of Louis Charbon.
The Girl and the Mountain by Mark Lawrence
The second novel in the thrilling and epic new fantasy series from the international bestselling author of Red Sister and Prince of Thorns.
The Book of Otto and Liam by Paul Griner
Liam is the boy, lying in the hospital, in grave condition, a bullet lodged in his head. Otto is his father, a commercial artist whose marriage has collapsed in the wake of the disaster. Paul Griner’s brave novel taps directly into the vein of a uniquely American tragedy: the school shooting. We know these grotesque and sorrowful events too well. Thankfully, the characters in this drama are finely drawn human beings—those who gain our empathy, those who commit the unspeakable acts, and those conspiracy fanatics who launch a concerted campaign to convince the world that the shooting was a hoax.
Stormland by John Shirley
They call it Stormland: a sprawling, largely abandoned region of the southeastern coast of the USA, where climate change’s extreme weather conditions have brought about a “perfect storm” of perpetual tempests; where hurricane-strength storms return day after day, 365 days a year. The heart of Stormland is Charleston, South Carolina, a flooded ruin where hundreds of people remain for their own peculiar reasons; where thugs prey on the weak, and a strangely benevolent cult tries to keep everyone insanely sane.
Soul Sworn by Joy Lewis
Some secrets are better left dead. Soul raiser Caia Blackthorn has escaped to the haven of Llyra, only to find the country rife with political upheaval. Suddenly, she’s a suspect in an assassination, and the dark magic she has relied upon has vanished from her control. If nothing is done, King Arcturus will be closer than ever to achieving his two goals: Seizing control over the entire continent–and capturing Caia for his own sinister purpose.
Something Unbelievable by Maria Kuznetsova
An overwhelmed new mom asks to hear her grandmother’s story of her family’s desperate escape from the Nazis, discovering unexpected parallels to her own life in America in this sharp, heartfelt novel. “A fresh perspective—one that’s both haunting and hilarious—on dual-timeline war stories, a feat that only a writer of Kuznetsova’s caliber could pull off.”—
Sol Searching by Michael Penmore
Trouble’s brewing on Earth
The Anvil’s old enemy turns into a reluctant ally.
Sigma hatches a plan to save Earth from the gomesh.
The powerful Science Consortium reels under an unexpected attack.
Discover what happens when powerful forces meet and clash in a story of belonging, betrayal, and saving the world.
Scar by A.M. Brooks
Trent: I fell in love with the wrong girl—you could say. She destroyed my career. Set me up for her family’s crimes. Then ran off into the sunset to become Queen of a criminal empire. Time is supposed to heal all things. For me, time has done nothing but create a vengeful monster out for blood. Her blood. I won’t stop until she’s back on my turf, playing my game and surrendering her body and soul to me.
Ruined By Rubies by Jay Leigh Brown
A girl with an emotionally unavailable father and no mother needs more than a pet and a part time job in a pub to feel loved. I longed for a little excitement and adventure to combat my loneliness and seclusion.
Out of Crisis by Richard Caldwell
In the not-too-distant future, a radical new movement is poised to disrupt the corrupt two-party political system that has held power in the United States since the 1800s. Politically left of conservative and right of liberal, the new Centrist Party pins its hope for a better future on presidential candidate David Stakley, the former US secretary of state.
Morgan by Ryan Jenna
After attempting to help the FBI expose a ruthless weapons and drug dealer, Amber Kelly enters the Witness Protection Program. Unfortunately, her sister, who was once married to said drug dealer, is forced to join her. But when her sister grows tired of their new life and runs off with a local man, a nightmare ensues for Amber.
Mateo Caputo by Abigail Davies
I was sixteen when I dropped out of high school to take care of my baby brother. A couple of months later I became a soldier in the Beretta Mafia. And I’d finally found the one place that felt like home—a family.
Mob Ratbag by L.R. Starr
Rat ta tat tat. I’m just a ratbag on a bike.
Living for the freedom of my wheels. Boston.
She’s my turf and I ride her like a well-tricked pony.
I ain’t doing sh*t wit my life and I ain’t shit.
Just Get Home by Bridget Foley
When a devastating earthquake—the Big One—hits Los Angeles, two strangers are brought together by an act of violence and must help each other survive the wrecked city. Beegie is riding the bus when the quake hits. The teenager was heading back to her unhappy foster home, but then she’s thrown into a broken world. Roads crumble, storefronts shatter and people run wild.
Malice by Heather Walter
A princess isn’t supposed to fall for an evil sorceress. But in this “bewitching and fascinating” (Tamora Pierce) retelling of “Sleeping Beauty,” true love is more than a simple fairy tale. “Walter’s spellbinding debut is for all the queer girls and women who’ve been told to keep their gifts hidden and for those yearning to defy gravity.”—O: The Oprah Magazine Once upon a time, there was a wicked fairy who, in an act of vengeance, cursed a line of princesses to die.