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by Sarah Perry

A dazzling new work of literary fiction from the author of The Essex Serpent, a story of love and astronomy told over the course of twenty years through the lives of two improbable best friends. A thrillingly ambitious novel of friendship, faith, and unrequited love, rich in symmetry and symbolism, Enlightenment is a shimmering wonder of a book and Sarah Perry’s finest work to date.  "Enchanting...Perry magnificently evokes the wonder of the cosmos." — Publishers Weekly (starred review)

(Mariner Books, $28.00)


by Lisa Wingate

A sweeping novel inspired by the untold history of women pioneers who fought to protect children caught in the storm of land barons hungry for power and oil wealth. In this emotional and enveloping novel, Lisa Wingate traces the story of children abandoned by the law and the battle to see justice done. Amid times of deep conflict over who owns the land and its riches, Ollie and Val traverse the rugged and beautiful terrain, each leaving behind one life in search of another. "Lisa Wingate once again gives poignant voice to the ‘lost’ children of American history.”—Lisa Scottoline

(Ballantine Books, $30.00)

The Wren in the Holly Library

by K.A. Linde


Thirteen years ago, monsters emerged from the shadows and plunged Kierse’s world into a cataclysmic war of near-total destruction. The New York City she knew so well collapsed practically overnight. In the wake of that carnage, the Monster Treaty was created. A truce...of sorts. But tonight, Kierse—a gifted and fearless thief—will break that treaty. She’ll enter the Holly Library...not knowing it’s the home of a monster.

(Entangled: Red Tower Books, $32.99)

Just Some Stupid Love Story by Katelyn Doyle

For fans of Emily Henry, a debut about a rom-com screenwriter who doesn't believe in love and a divorce attorney who does, forced together at their high school reunion fifteen years after their breakup. Wickedly funny, sexy, and brimming with laughs and heart like the best romantic comedies, Just Some Stupid Love Story is for everyone who believes in soulmates—even if they would never admit it. A smart, slightly meta romance that plays out like the best movies.”

Kirkus (starred review)

(Flatiron Books, $28.99)


Eruption by Michael Crichton & James Patterson

The biggest thriller of 2024: A history-making eruption is about to destroy the Big Island of Hawaii. But a secret held for decades by the US military is far more terrifying than any volcano. Michael Crichton had a passion project he’d been pursuing for years, ahead of his untimely passing in 2008. Knowing how special it was, his wife, Sherri Crichton, held back his notes and the partial manuscript until she found the right author to complete it: James Patterson, the world’s most popular storyteller.

(Little, Brown & Co., $32.00)

The Unwedding

by Ally Condie

The White Lotus meets Agatha Christie in this bold novel...a recent divorcee's exclusive Big Sur resort vacation unravels when she discovers a dead body on the day of a wedding, in this “clever, witty and fast-paced whodunit.” (Harlan Coben). When Ellery discovers the body of the groom floating in the pool in the rain, she realizes that she is not the only one whose future is no longer guaranteed. Before the police can reach Broken Point, a mudslide takes out the road to the resort, leaving the guests trapped. When another guest dies, it’s clear something horrible is brewing.

(Grand Central Publishing, $29.00)

Blood in the Cut

by Alejandro Nodarse

Sharp as a butcher knife gleaming in the Miami sun, Alejandro Nodarse's Blood in the Cut opens onto a deeply personal vision of the streets and swamps of Miami, where the roots are crooked but strong as mangroves. Iggy Guerra is out of prison, but his homecoming is anything but smooth. His beloved mother is gone, his grief-stricken father Armando is deep in debt, and they are about to lose the butcher shop that has been in their family for generations. Publishers Weekly’s Best Books of Summer

(Flatiron Books, $28.99)

Fire Exit

by Morgan Talty

Morgan Talty’s debut novel, Fire Exit, is a masterful and unforgettable story of family, legacy, bloodlines, culture and inheritance, and what, if anything, we owe one another. Charles contends with questions he’s long been afraid to ask. Is his secret about Elizabeth his to share? And would his daughter want to know the truth, even if it could cost her everything she’s ever known? Utterly consuming. With Talty’s subtle charm and crystalline prose. . . . Fire Exit absolutely smolders.

— Tommy Orange

(Tin House Books, $28.95)


When the Sea Came Alive: An Oral History of D-Day

by Garrett M. Graff

Recommended by Robin!

From the New York Times bestselling author of The Only Plane in the Sky and Pulitzer Prize finalist for Watergate comes the most up-to-date and complete account of D-Day—the largest seaborne invasion in history and the moment that secured the Allied victory in World War II. Fascinating, action-packed, and filled with impressive detail, this captures a human drama like no other, and offers a fitting tribute to the men and women of the Greatest Generation.

(Avid Reader Press, $32.50)

Sing Like Fish: How Sound Rules Life Under Water

by Amorina Kingdon

A captivating exploration of how underwater animals tap into sound to survive, and a clarion call for humans to address the ways we invade these critical soundscapes—from an award-winning science writer. With intimate and artful prose, Sing Like Fish tells a uniquely complete story of ocean animals’ submerged sounds, envisions a quieter future, and offers a profound new understanding of the world below the surface.

(Crown, $30.00)

A Fever in the Heartland: The Ku Klux Klan's Plot to Take Over America, and the Woman Who Stopped Them

by Timothy Egan

Now in Paperback!

A historical thriller by the Pulitzer and National Book Award-winning author that tells the riveting story of the Klan's rise to power in the 1920s, the cunning con man who drove that rise, and the woman who stopped them. "Compelling and chillingly resonant with our own time." —Erik Larson

(Penguin Books, $18.00)

What an Owl Knows: The New Science of the World's Most Enigmatic Birds

by Jennifer Ackerman

Now in Paperback!

A brilliant scientific investigation into owls—the most elusive of birds—and why they exert such a hold on human imagination. Ackerman brings this research alive with her own personal field observations; the result is an awe-inspiring exploration of owls across the globe and through human history, and a spellbinding account of the world’s most enigmatic group of birds.

(Penguin Books, $19.00)

Now in Paperback

Banyon Moon

by Thao Thai

Recommended by Diana!

A sweeping, evocative debut novel following three generations of Vietnamese American women reeling from the death of their matriarch, revealing the family’s inherited burdens, buried secrets, and unlikely love stories. "Radiant. … An intimate account of one family’s planting of roots in American soil and the sacrifices great and small that each member makes along the way.” — Washington Post

(Mariner Books, $18.99)

Good Night Irene

by Luis Alberto Urrea

Recommended by Robin!

An exhilarating World War II epic that chronicles an extraordinary young woman’s heroic frontline service in the Red Cross. Taking as inspiration his mother’s own Red Cross service, Luis Alberto Urrea has delivered an overlooked story of women’s heroism in World War II. Good Night, Irene powerfully demonstrates yet again that Urrea’s “gifts as a storyteller are prodigious” (NPR).

(Back Bay Books, $19.99)

Crook Manifesto

by Colson Whitehead

The two-time Pulitzer Prize winner and bestselling author of Harlem Shuffle continues his Harlem saga in a powerful and hugely-entertaining novel that summons 1970s New York in all its seedy glory. A darkly funny tale of a city under siege, but also a sneakily searching portrait of the meaning of family. Colson Whitehead’s kaleidoscopic portrait of Harlem is sure to stand as one of the all-time great evocations of a place and a time.

(Vintage, $18.00)

For Kids

Roswell Johnson Saves the World!

by Chris Colfer

From #1 New York Times bestselling author Chris Colfer comes a funny, heartfelt, action-packed “Guardians of the Galaxy meets The Land of Stories” adventure series that will take readers on an epic journey across the galaxy to save Earth!  But can Roswell restore his own faith in humanity and Earth in time to save the world? 

(Little, Brown Books for Young Readers, $18.99)

Pete the Cat Screams for Ice Cream

by Kimberly & James Dean

I scream! You scream! Pete screams for ice cream!

The Just Chillin’ ice cream truck is coming today and Pete the Cat can't wait. He runs as fast as he can to find the truck. It's getting late, but his friends need his help.

Will Pete take a little time out of his day to help his friends?

Follow Pete the Cat as he learns that it's always cool to be kind.

(Harper Collins, $19.99)

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