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Out of Esau

by Michelle Webster Hein

Highly Recommended by Robin!

Meet the author; details below!

When a woman questioning her marriage encounters the kind and steadfast pastor of her small town, they are both forced to reconsider their pasts, their faith, and their future. Told from five different perspectives—including Susan’s husband, Randy, her brilliant but high-strung young daughter, Willa, and Robert’s long-estranged mother, Leotie—Out of Esau is a visceral look at the dynamics of an abusive marriage, a nuanced portrait of faith and its loss, and a sweeping story of redemption.

(Counterpoint, $27.00)

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Long Shadows (Memory Man Thriller)

by David Baldacci

From the author of The 6:20 Man, “Memory Man” Amos Decker—an FBI consultant with perfect recall—delves into a bewildering double homicide in this new thriller in David Baldacci's #1 New York Times bestselling series. As potential witnesses start disappearing, Decker and White are inexorably pulled down a twisted tunnel of secrets, crimes, and scandal—at the end of which lies Decker’s deadliest threat yet ". . . . Fascinating main characters and a clever plot add up to an exciting read."Kirkus Reviews

(Grand Central Publishing, $29.00)


by Lydia Millet

A stunning new novel from the author of A Children’s Bible, a National Book Award finalist and one of the New York Times' 10 Best Books of 2020. Her exquisite new novel is the story of a man named Gil who walks from New York to Arizona to recover from a failed love and becomes unexpectedly devoted to his new neighbors. Both sharp-edged and tender, this is an emotionally moving, intellectually resonant novel that asks: In the shadow of existential threat, where does hope live? [A]n intriguing portrait of a lonesome man trying to do good in a grim world. -Booklist (W.W. Norton & Co. $26.95)

Daughters of the New Year by E.M. Tran

A lively, spellbinding tale about the extraordinary women within a Vietnamese immigrant family--and the ancient zodiac legend that binds them together. An addictive, high-wire act of storytelling that illuminates an entire lineage of extraordinary women fighting to reclaim the power they've been stripped of for centuries.

(Hanover Square Press, $27.99)

Circus of Wonders

by Elizabeth Macneal

From the #1 internationally bestselling author of the The Doll Factory comes an atmospheric and spectacular novel about a woman transformed by the arrival of a Victorian circus of wonders—“as moving as it is deeply entertaining” (Daniel Mason, author). "Soaring . . . A great pick for book clubs and all those seeking a wondrous story awash in atmospheric details and fully lived characters."

— Booklist (starred review)

(Atria, $27.99)

Illuminations: Stories

by Alan Moore

From New York Times bestselling author Alan Moore-one of the most influential writers in the history of comics-"a wonderful collection, brilliant and often moving" (Neil Gaiman) which takes us to the fantastical underside of reality. In his first-ever short story collection, which spans forty years of work, Alan Moore presents a series of wildly different and equally unforgettable characters who discover--and in some cases even make and unmake--the various uncharted parts of existence.

(Bloomsbury Publishing, $30.00)


Hold the Line: The Insurrection and One Cop's Battle for the America's Soul 

by Michel Fanone

An urgent warning about the growing threat to our democracy from a twenty-year police veteran and former Trump supporter who nearly lost his life during the insurrection of January 6th. Determined to make sure no one forgets what happened at the Capitol on January 6th, Fanone has written a timely call to action for anyone who wants to preserve our democracy for future generations. 

(Atria Books, $28.00)

Dying of Politeness

by Geena Davis

From two-time Academy Award winner and screen icon Geena Davis, the surprising tale of her “journey to badassery”—from her epically polite childhood to roles that loaned her the strength to become a powerhouse in Hollywood. At three years old, Geena Davis announced she was going to be in movies. Now, with a slew of iconic roles and awards under her belt, she has surpassed her childhood dream—but the path to finding yourself never did run smoothly. A touching account of one woman’s journey to fight for herself, and ultimately fighting for women all around the globe.

(Harper One, $28.99)


The Witch Hunt 

by Sasha Peyton Smith

The lush and pulse-pounding sequel to the New York Times bestselling The Witch Haven follows Frances and her fellow witches to the streets of Paris where family secrets, lost loves, and dangerous magic await. Her only choice is to team up with the person she swore she’d never trust again, risking further betrayal and her own life in the process.

(Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers, $19.99)


Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix: The Illustrated Edition

by J.K. Rowling & Jim Kay

The fifth book in the beloved, bestselling Harry Potter series, now illustrated in brilliant full color. This stunning illustrated edition brings together the talents of award-winning artists Jim Kay and Neil Packer in a visual feast, featuring iconic scenes and much loved characters. This edition is the perfect gift for Harry Potter fans and book lovers of all ages.

(Scholastic Inc., $54.99)

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