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by Paulette Jiles

Recommended by Robin!

Signed Copies Available!

Consumed with grief, driven by vengeance, a man undertakes an unrelenting odyssey across the lawless post–Civil War frontier seeking redemption in this fearless novel from the award-winning and New York Times bestselling author of News of the World. And as he trails Dodd deep into Texas, John accepts that this final reckoning between them may cost him more than all he’s already lost… “Paulette Jiles’ spare Western packs a powerful punch. And, boy, can Jiles write. . . News of the World is surprisingly tender, but never soft. It’s lovely.” — USA Today

(William Morrow, $30.00)

The Vaster Wilds

by Lauren Groff

Recommended by Robin!

A taut and electrifying novel from celebrated bestselling author Lauren Groff, about one spirited girl alone in the wilderness, trying to survive.

The Vaster Wilds is a work of raw and prophetic power that tells the story of America in miniature, through one girl at a hinge point in history, to ask how—and if—we can adapt quickly enough to save ourselves. "Lauren Groff just reinvented the adventure novel."-- Los Angeles Times

(Riverhead Books, $28.00)

Normal Rules Don't Apply: Stories

by Kate Atkinson

A dazzling collection of eleven interconnected stories from the bestselling, award-winning author of Life After Life, with everything that readers love about her novels—the inventiveness, the verbal felicity, the sharp observations on human nature, and the deeply satisfying emotional wallop. Witty and wise, with subtle connections between the stories, this is a startling and funny feast for the imagination, stories with the depth and bite to create their own fully-formed worlds.

(Doubleday, $28.00)

Fall of Ruin & Wrath

by Jennifer L. Armentrout

From Jennifer L. Armentrout, the #1 New York Times bestselling author of From Blood and Ash, comes the beginning of a searing fantasy romance series for adults, Fall of Ruin and Wrath. Breathtaking suspense and scorching romance meet in this immersive new fantasy from a mega-bestselling force, Jennifer L. Armentrout. "Best book of the year! A masterpiece from the queen of romantasy!" —Laura Thalassa

(Bramble, $27.99)

Now in Paperback

Lucy by the Sea

by Elizabeth Strout

From Pulitzer Prize–winning author Elizabeth Strout comes a poignant, pitch-perfect novel about a divorced couple stuck together during lockdown—and the love, loss, despair, and hope that animate us even as the world seems to be falling apart. At the heart of this story are the deep human connections that unite us even when we’re apart. "Strout’s understanding of the human condition is capacious.”—NPR

(Random House Trade Paperbacks, $18.00)

The Winners

by Fredrik Backman

Return to the close-knit, resilient community of Beartown with this “engrossing page-turner” (Woman’s World) about first loves, second chances, and last goodbyes. Two years have passed since the events that no one wants to think about. Everyone has tried to move on, but there’s something about this place that prevents it. Over the course of two weeks, everything in Beartown will change. Discover what it means to forgive with this “hell of a conclusion to an outstanding series” (Booklist, starred review).

(Washington Square Press, $19.99)


Elon Musk

by Walter Isaacson

From the author of Steve Jobs, this is the astonishingly intimate story of the most fascinating and controversial innovator of our era—For two years, Isaacson shadowed Musk, attended his meetings, walked his factories with him, and spent hours interviewing him, his family, friends, coworkers, and adversaries. The result is the revealing inside story, filled with amazing tales of triumphs and turmoil, that addresses the question: are the demons that drive Musk also what it takes to drive innovation and progress?

(Simon & Schuster, $35.00)

The Six: The Untold Story of America's First Women Astronauts

by Loren Grush

In the bestselling tradition of Hidden Figures and Code Girls, the remarkable true story of America’s first women astronauts—six extraordinary women, each making history going to orbit aboard NASA’s Space Shuttle.

Loren Grush shows these brilliant and courageous women enduring claustrophobic—and sometimes deeply sexist—media attention, undergoing rigorous survival training, and preparing for years to take multi-million-dollar payloads into orbit. "An inspiring story of the first American women to go into space, charting their own course for the horizon.”

Kirkus Reviews

(Scribner, $32.50)

To Infinity and Beyond: A Journey of Cosmic Discovery

by Neil DeGrasse Tyson

This enlightening illustrated narrative by the world’s most celebrated astrophysicist explains the universe from the solar system to the farthest reaches of space with authority and humor. Drawing on mythology, history, and literature—alongside his trademark wit and charm—Tyson and StarTalk senior producer Lindsey Nyx Walker bring planetary science down to Earth and principles of astrophysics within reach. To Infinity and Beyond is an enlightening adventure into the farthest reaches of the cosmos.

(National Geographic, $30.00)

Build the Life You Want: The Art and Science of Getting Happier

by Arthur C. Brooks & Oprah Winfrey

You can get happier. And getting there will be the adventure of your lifetime. In Build the Life You Want, Arthur C. Brooks and Oprah Winfrey invite you to begin a journey toward greater happiness no matter how challenging your circumstances.

Equipped with the tools of emotional self-management and ready to build your four pillars, you can take control of your present and future rather than hoping and waiting for your circumstances to improve. This is your blueprint for a better life.

(Portfolio, $30.00)

Now in Paperback

One Hundred Saturdays: Stella Levi and the Search for a Lost World

by Michael Frank

Recommended by Robin!

Winner of the National Jewish Book Awards for Holocaust Memoir and Sephardic Culture. 

The remarkable story of ninety-nine-year-old Stella Levi whose conversations with the author over the course of six years bring to life the vibrant world of Jewish Rhodes, the deportation to Auschwitz that extinguished ninety percent of her community, and the resilience and wisdom of the woman who lived to tell the tale.

(Avid Reader Press, $19.99)

The Mosquito Bowl: A Game of Life and Death in World War II

by Buzz Bissinger

Recommended by Robin!

An extraordinary, untold story of the Second World War from the author of Friday Night Lights. Writing with the style and rigor that won him a Pulitzer Prize and have made several of his books modern classics, Buzz Bissinger takes us from the playing fields of America’s campuses where boys played at being Marines, to the final time they were allowed to still be boys on that field of dirt and coral, to the darkest and deadliest days that followed at Okinawa. "This book too is destined to become a classic. I devoured it.” — John Grisham

(Harper Perennial, $21.99)

The World Central Kitchen Cookbook: Feeding Humanity, Feeding Hope

by Jose Andres

A captivating collection of stories and recipes from renowned chefs, local cooks, and celebrity friends of José Andrés’s beloved nonprofit World Central Kitchen (WCK), which feeds communities impacted by natural disasters and humanitarian crises. A celebration of dignity and perseverance—and about building longer tables, not higher walls. All author proceeds from The World Central Kitchen Cookbook will be used to support World Central Kitchen’s emergency response efforts.

(Clarkson Potter, $35.00)

For Kids

The Improbable Tales of Baskerville Hall

by Ali Standish

Recommended by Robin!

From the critically acclaimed author Ali Standish, comes a thrilling middle grade tale featuring hair-raising adventures, new friendships, secret societies, and the mind behind one of the greatest detectives of all time: Sherlock Holmes. When Arthur and his friends are invited into a powerful secret society called the Clover, they must pass three challenging tests to be accepted. But along the way, Arthur uncovers a mystery that will lead to grand adventure . . . and even greater danger.

Ages 8-12.(Harper Collins, $19.99)

Just Because

by Matthew McConaughey

Signed Copies Available!

Filled with his trademark humor and wisdom, Academy Award–winning actor and #1 New York Times bestselling author Matthew McConaughey has crafted a soulful and irreverent collection of life lessons that empowers readers, big and small, to celebrate how we are all full of possibility.

Why? Just because.

Ages 4-8.

(Viking Books for Young Readers, $19.99)

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