New Title Tuesday

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The Hunter by Tana French

Signed copies available!

From the New York Times bestselling author of The Searcher and “one of the greatest crime novelists writing today” (Vox), a spellbinding new novel set in the Irish countryside. It’s a blazing summer when two men arrive in a small village in the West of Ireland. One of them is coming home. Both of them are coming to get rich. One of them is coming to die. "Hailed as the queen of Irish crime fiction, French spins a taut tale of retribution, sacrifice, and family."—TIME

(Viking, $32.00)


The Great Divide

by Cristine Henriquez

Recommended by Robin!

A powerful novel about the construction of the Panama Canal, casting light on the unsung people who lived, loved, and labored there. Searing and empathetic, The Great Divide explores the intersecting lives of activists, fishmongers, laborers, journalists, neighbors, doctors, and soothsayers—those rarely acknowledged by history even as they carved out its course.

"Henríquez’s pitch-perfect novel has the feel of a classic." — Publishers Weekly (starred review)

(Ecco, $30.00)

Happy Place

by Emily Henry

Now in paperback!

A couple who broke up months ago pretend to still be together for their annual weeklong vacation with their best friends in this glittering and wise new novel from #1 New York Times bestselling author Emily Henry. After years of being in love, how hard can it be to fake it for one week…in front of those who know you best? "Another knock-out from the champ. The woman doesn't miss." 

—Taylor Jenkins-Reid

(Berkely, $19.00)


Big Time

by Ben H. Winters

In this "virtuoso,” “jaw-dropping” and “stellar technological thriller” (Publishers Weekly, Starred Review), a mother engulfed by her own mid-life crisis stumbles upon a dark conspiracy to harvest and sell people's time. What if time could be taken from us—the minutes, the hours, the years of our lives, extracted like organs taken for transplant? Big Time is a fast-paced thriller and a metaphysical mystery about the very nature of our lives.

(Mulholland Books, $29.00)

Murder Road

by Simone St. James

A young couple find themselves haunted by a string of gruesome murders committed along an old deserted road in this terrifying new novel from the New York Times bestselling author of The Book of Cold Cases. “As creepy and unsettling as a rain-faded wreath and teddy bear found by the side of the road to mark a missing person, Murder Road lingers like a ghost long after it’s finished.”—Grady Hendrix

(Berkley, $29.00)

The Golden Spoon

by Jessa Maxwell

Recommended by Stephen!

Now in Paperback

Only Murders in the Building meets The Maid in this “deliciously entertaining whodunit” (Sarah Penner, New York Times bestselling author) where someone turns up dead on the set of TV’s hottest baking competition—perfect for fans of Nita Prose, Richard Osman, and Anthony Horowitz. "Fans of The Great British Baking Show, rejoice! This cozy whodunit is for you." —NPR

(Atria Books, $17.00)

Birnam Wood

by Eleanor Catton

Now in Paperback

The Booker Prize–winning author of The Luminaries brings us Birnam Wood, a gripping thriller of high drama and kaleidoscopic insight into what drives us to survive. A brilliantly constructed study of intentions, actions, and consequences, it is a mesmerizing, unflinching consideration of the human impulse to ensure our own survival. “[A] savagely satirical thriller.” —People

(Picador, $19.00)


by Costanza Casati

Now in Paperback

A blazing novel set in the world of Ancient Greece, this is a thrilling tale of power and prophecies, of hatred, love, and of an unforgettable Queen who fiercely dealt out death to those who wronged her. A stunning debut following Clytemnestra, the most notorious villainess of the ancient world and the events that forged her into the legendary queen. "Fans of Circe and Elektra should pick up this powerful Greek myth retelling." —Cosmopolitan

(Sourcebooks Landmark, $16.99)


Ghost Dogs: On Killers and Kin

by Andre Dubus III

From the literary master and best-selling author of Townie, reflections on a life of challenges, contradictions, and fulfillments. Drawing upon kindred literary spirits from Rilke to Rumi to Tim O’Brien, Ghost Dogs renders moments of personal revelation with emotional generosity and stylistic grace, ultimately standing as essential witness and testimony to the art of the essay. "Dubus possesses a rare and empathetic brilliance."

— Richard Ford

(W.W. Norton & Co., $28.99)

The Heart and the Chip: Our Bright Future with Robots

by Daniela Rus

Daniela Rus, a leading roboticist and computer scientist, explores how we can use a new generation of smart machines to help humankind.

At once optimistic and realistic, Rus and Mone envision a world in which these technologies augment and enhance our skills and talents, both as individuals and as a species. "An authoritative vision of a world where technology allows us to enhance our humanity."

Kirkus Reviews

(W.W. Norton & Co., $29.99)

For Teens & Kids

Clever Creatures of the Night

by Samantha Mabry

In this gripping literary horror, Case’s best friend Drea goes missing, forcing her into a bizarre, cultlike—and possibly murderous world. Something bad happened in this house. Something that must be connected to Drea’s disappearance. And if she gets too close to the truth, Case just might be next.  "Recommended for teens who love poetic language and endings that leave them craving more."—School Library Journal

Ages 14+.

(Algonquin Young Readers, $18.99)

The Enigma Girls: How Ten Teenagers Broke Ciphers, Kept Secrets, and Helped Win World War II

by Candace Fleming

From award-winning author Candace Fleming, comes the powerful and fascinating story of the brave and dedicated young women who helped turn the tides of World War II for the Allies. This is an extraordinary and relatively unknown story of World War II that will fascinate readers who will be thrilled to see young people playing such an important role in the wartime effort.

Ages 8-12.

(Scholastic Focus, $19.99)


by Kate DiCamillo

The beloved author of Because of Winn-Dixie has outdone herself with a hilarious and achingly real love story about a girl, a ghost, a grandmother, and growing up. As Charisse likes to say, “Every good story is a love story,” and Kate DiCamillo has written one for the ages: emotionally resonant and healing, showing the two-time Newbery Medalist at her most playful, universal, and profound. “Kate DiCamillo’s new children’s novel is a balm for the soul.” – The New York Times

Ages 8-12

(Candlewick, $18.99)

Hope is a Rainbow

by Hoda Kotb

Signed Copies Available!

From #1 New York Times bestselling author and cohost of NBC's TODAY Hoda Kotb comes a new book about finding hope in ordinary places. With beautiful and timeless illustrations by Chloe Dominique, Hope Is a Rainbow is a can't-miss book for any child who dares to dream. It's a story that honors the childlike wonder and curiosity that exists in all of us, young and old.

Ages 4-8

(Flamingo Books, $19.99)

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