July 6th 
Debut From
Miranda Cowley Heller
"The Paper Palace"

A story of summer, secrets, love, and lies: in the course of a singular day on Cape Cod, one woman must make a life-changing decision that has been brewing for decades.

Christina Baker Kline
July 7th 7pm
Christina will be in-conversation with John Searles and special guests Elin Hilderbrand, Chris Bohjalian, Kristin Hannah, and Paula McLain will virtually pop in/out during the event to chat and say hello to Christina/attendees and chat with her about the book.

Purchase a paperback copy of "The Exiles" at the Newtown Bookshop and receive
a link to this amazing event!

New Releases!

"Songs in Ursa Major"
by Emma Brodie
A transporting love story of music, stardom, heartbreak, and a gifted young singer-songwriter who must find her own voice-"pure sun-soaked summer fun" (Kate Quinn, bestselling author of The Alice Network).
The year is 1969, and the Bayleen Island Folk Fest is abuzz with one name: Jesse Reid. Tall and soft-spoken, with eyes blue as stone-washed denim, Jesse Reid's intricate guitar riffs and supple baritone are poised to tip from fame to legend with this one headlining performance. That is, until his motorcycle crashes on the way to the show.  

by Jamie Brenner
From acclaimed author Jamie Brenner comes a stunning new novel about three generations of women who discover that the scandalous books of their past may just be the key to saving their family's future. 
For decades, the Hollander Estates winery has been the premier destination for lavish parties and romantic day trips on the North Fork of Long Island. But behind the lush vineyards and majestic estate house, the Hollander family fortunes have suffered and the threat of a sale brings old wounds to the surface. For matriarch Vivian, she fears that this summer season could be their last-and that selling their winery to strangers could expose a dark secret she's harbored for decades.   Read more...

"A Distant Grave"
by Sarah Stewart Taylor
In the follow up to the critically acclaimed The Mountains Wild, Detective Maggie D'arcy tackles another intricate case that bridges Long Island and Ireland in A Distant Grave.
Long Island homicide detective Maggie D'arcy and her teenage daughter, Lilly, are still recovering from the events of last fall when a strange new case demands Maggie's attention. The body of an unidentified Irish national turns up in a wealthy Long Island beach community and with little to go on but the scars on his back, Maggie once again teams up with Garda detectives in Ireland to find out who the man was and what he was doing on Long Island.   

"Dream Girl"
by Laura Lippman
Following up on her acclaimed and wildly successful New York Times bestseller Lady in the Lake, Laura Lippman returns with a dark, complex tale of psychological suspense with echoes of Misery involving a novelist, incapacitated by injury, who is plagued by mysterious phone calls.
In the end, has anyone really led a blameless life?
Injured in a freak fall, novelist Gerry Andersen is confined to a hospital bed in his glamorous high-rise apartment, dependent on two women he barely knows: his incurious young assistant, and a dull, slow-witted night nurse.

"The Secret Keeper of Jaipur"
by Alka Joshi
In New York Times bestselling author Alka Joshi's intriguing new novel, henna artist Lakshmi arranges for her prot g , Malik, to intern at the Jaipur Palace in this tale rich in character, atmosphere, and lavish storytelling.
It's the spring of 1969, and Lakshmi, now married to Dr. Jay Kumar, directs the Healing Garden in Shimla. Malik has finished his private school education. At twenty, he has just met a young woman named Nimmi when he leaves to apprentice at the Facilities Office of the Jaipur Royal Palace. Their latest project: a state-of-the-art cinema.  

"All The Water I've Seen Is Running"
by Elias Rodriques
Former high school classmates reckon with the death of a friend in this stunning debut novel.
Along the Intracoastal waterways of North Florida, Daniel and Aubrey navigated adolescence with the electric intensity that radiates from young people defined by otherness: Aubrey, a self-identified "Southern cracker" and Daniel, the mixed-race son of Jamaican immigrants. When the news of Aubrey's death reaches Daniel in New York, years after they'd lost contact, he is left to grapple with the legacy of his precious and imperfect love for her.

In Paperback!

And More New Releases!

Newtown Bookshop Events

Email kathy@newtownbookshop.com to be 
put on list to receive Zoom invite for our Book Clubs

June 29th 7:00pm
Will Be Held Virtually
Evening Book Club
"Fahrenheit 451"
by Ray Bradbury

July 7th 7:00pm
Will Be Held Virtually
Author Event
Christina Baker Kline
"The Exiles"
Purchase a paperback version of "The Exiles" and receive link to event
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July 15th 11:00am
Will Be Held Virtually
Daytime Book Club
"People We Meet on Vacation"
by Emily Henry

July 27th  7:00pm
Will Be Held Virtually
Evening Book Club
"Florence Alder Swims Forever"
by Rachel Beanland

Aug 19th 11:00am
Will Be Held Virtually
Daytime Book Club
Book to Be Announced

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Coming From 
James Patterson

Available June 28th

New Releases!

"Time For School, Little Blue Truck"
by Alice Shertle
Picture Book
Ride along to school with the #1 New York Times best-selling Little Blue Truck and meet Blue's new friend: a bright yellow school bus. Beep-beep!  

"The Foodie Flamingo"
by Pablo Pino
Picture Book
Celebrate the love of food in this charming picture book that teaches kids not only to try new foods but to brush up on their colors, too!  Read more...

by Samantha M. Clark
Ages 8-12
From the author of The Boy, the Boat, and the Beast comes a lush and timely tale about a boy who's grown up as the only human in an enchanted rainforest and what happens when people from the outside world discover his home.
For the first twelve years of Arrow's life, he has grown up as the only human in a lush, magical rainforest that's closed off from the rest of the world.   Read more...

Young Adult
Six critically acclaimed, bestselling, and award-winning authors bring the glowing warmth and electricity of Black teen love to this interlinked novel of charming, hilarious, and heartwarming stories that shine a bright light through the dark.