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All The Colors of the Dark

by Chris Whitaker

From the New York Times bestselling author of We Begin at the End comes a soaring thriller and an epic love story that spans decades. A missing person mystery, a serial killer thriller, a love story, a unique twist on each, Chris Whitaker has written a novel about what lurks in the shadows of obsession, and the blinding light of hope. “Chris Whitaker kept me frantically turning the pages and somehow made me cry at the end. . . . Brava!”—Kristin Hannah

(Crown, $30.00)

Bear by Julia Phillips

Signed Copies Available!

A mesmerizing novel of two sisters whose lives are upended by an unexpected visitor—a tale of family, obsession, and a mysterious creature in the woods. ...Bear is a propulsive, mythical, richly imagined novel from one of the most acclaimed young writers in America. "Beautiful and haunting . . . this is brilliant.”—Publishers Weekly (starred review)

(Hogarth, $28.00)


by Joseph Kanon

Recommended by Robin!

In this dazzling thriller, bestselling author Joseph Kanon gives us his richest setting yet: pre-World War II Shanghai, where glamour and squalor exist side by side and murder is just a cost of doing business. A love affair against all odds, a city dancing on the rim of a volcano—Shanghai is the story of a political haven that becomes a minefield of conflicting loyalties. "...this is as good as crime fiction gets.” —Publishers Weekly (starred review)

(Scribner, $28.99)

Trust Her

by Flynn Berry

Two sisters find they can't outrun their past in the riveting new thriller from the New York Times bestselling author of Northern Spy. With her signature hair-raising suspense, razor-sharp prose, and rich emotional depth, Edgar Award winner Berry has crafted both an unforgettable portrait of two fierce women in the Daly sisters, and her most spellbinding thriller to date.

"delivers her trademark blend of riveting suspense and beautiful emotional depth. You will love this novel.” Laura Dave

(Viking, $30.00)

Husbands & Lovers by Beatriz Williams

Two women—separated by decades and continents, and united by an exotic family heirloom—reclaim secrets and lost loves in this sweeping novel from the New York Times bestselling author of The Summer Wives. Timeless and bittersweet, this takes readers on an unforgettable journey of heartbreak and redemption, from the revolutionary fires of midcentury Egypt to the moneyed beaches of contemporary New England.

(Ballantine Books, $30.00)

A Happier Life

by Krista Woodson Harvey

With “her signature warmth and Southern charm” (E!), the New York Times bestselling author of The Summer of Songbirds presents a tender and touching novel about a young woman who discovers the family she has always longed for when she spends a life-changing summer in North Carolina.  "A Happier Life is that wistful, sparkling summer song whose notes will long linger in reader's memories." —Mary Kay Andrews

(Gallery Books, $28.99)

A Novel Love Story

by Ashley Poston

A professor of literature finds herself caught up in a work of fiction…literally, from the New York Times bestselling author of The Seven Year Slip and The Dead Romantics. When her car unexpectedly breaks down on the way, she finds herself stranded in a quaint town that feels like it’s right out of a novel…because it is. “A romance lovers dream of a book. Whimsical, romantic and packed with charm, Ashley Poston is the queen of high concept love stories.” 

—Sophie Cousens

(Berkley, $19.00)


Democracy or Else: How to Save America in 10 Easy Steps

by Jon Favreau

Democracy or Else is a resource for everyone--from political junkies following every turn of the news cycle to young people getting ready to vote for the first time. And it's filled with practical advice from some of the smartest experts and least annoying politicians around. From your friends at Pod Save America and Crooked Media.

(Zando, $28.00)

All the Worst Humans: How I Made News for Dictators, Tycoons and Politicians

by Phil Elwood

A bridge-burning, riotous memoir by a top PR operative in Washington who exposes the secrets of the $129-billion industry that controls so much of what we see and hear in the media—from a man who used to pull the strings, and who is now pulling back the curtain. "Hilarious and harrowing, and hard to put down. Indeed, I didn't put it down."

—Christopher Buckley

(Henry Holt & Co., $28.99)

Becoming Earth: How Our Planet Came to Life

by Ferris Jabr

A vivid account of a major shift in how we understand Earth, from an exceptionally talented new voice. An exhilarating journey through the hidden workings of our planetary symphony—its players, its instruments, and the music of life that emerges—and an invitation to reexamine our place in it. How well we play our part will determine what kind of Earth our descendants inherit for millennia to come.

(Random House, $30.00)

The Art Thief: A True Story of Love, Crime, and a Dangerous Obsession

by Michael Finkel

Recommended by Robin!

Now In Papeback

This spellbinding portrait of obsession and flawed genius brings us into Breitwieser’s strange world—unlike most thieves, he never stole for money, keeping all his treasures in a single room where he could admire them. The Art Thief, like its title character, has confidence, élan, and a great sense of timing."—The New Yorker

(Vintage, $18.00)


Tomorrow, and Tomorrow, and Tomorrow

by Gabriel Zevin

Sam and Sadie—two college friends, often in love, but never lovers—become creative partners in a dazzling and intricately imagined world of video game design, where success brings them fame, joy, tragedy, duplicity, and, ultimately, a kind of immortality. It is a love story, but not one you have read before. "Delightful and absorbing." —The New York Times • "Utterly brilliant." —John Green

(Vintage, 19.00)

Sally Brady's Italian Adventure

by Christina Lynch

What if you found yourself in the middle of a war armed only with lipstick and a sense of humor? Abandoned as a child in Los Angeles in 1931, dust bowl refugee Sally Brady convinces a Hollywood movie star to adopt her, and grows up to be an effervescent gossip columnist secretly satirizing Europe’s upper crust. "A fresh breeze of wit and glamour."

The Wall Street Journal

(St. Martin's Griffin, $19.00)

For Teens and Kids

Children of Anguish and Anarchy

by Tomi Adeyemi

Featuring gorgeous designed edges, dazzling metallic foil designs on the jacket and case, and an exclusive endpaper map that reveals new unexplored territories, Tomi Adeyemi’s #1 New York Times-bestselling Legacy of Orïsha series comes to an earth-shaking conclusion. “Adeyemi’s writing is beautiful and immersive.” – Ages 14+

(Henry Holt & Co., $24.99)

Release the Wolves

by Stefan Bachmann

When a blacksmith’s apprentice witnesses a friend being killed by a legendary monster, he must decide between waiting for war in fear and silence, or risking everything to fight back. An extraordinary novel about friendship, tradition, obedience, and the monsters lurking behind every corner. For readers of Scary Stories for Young Foxes. Ages 8-12.

(Greenwillow Books, $19.99)

The Yellow Bus

by Loren Long

Signed Copies Available!

From #1 New York Times bestselling Loren Long is a tender and hopeful new classic about a forgotten school bus that finds happiness and purpose in the most unexpected places—and in the journey along the way. With stirring black-and-white artwork and powerful pops of color, The Yellow Bus is a poignant reflection on the many new beginnings life has to offer. Ages 3-6.

(Roaring Brook Press, $19.99)

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