Booksellers & Librarians

Grove Atlantic is proud to offer robust sales and marketing support to Booksellers and Librarians across the globe. For decades, we’ve been publishing a rich and diverse catalog of thoughtful, boundary-pushing literature that has often helped expand and define the American cultural landscape. We encourage all Booksellers and Librarians to browse the full Grove Atlantic catalog, and to get in touch to let us know ways in which we might better help you serve your community.

June 2024

Graveyard of the Pacific

by Randall Sullivan

A vivid portrait of the Columbia River Bar that combines maritime history, adventure journalism, and memoir, bringing alive the history—and present—of one of the most notorious stretches of water in the world

July 2024

Spy Hook

by Len Deighton

“In Deighton’s best books—like this one—the narrative glides forward on rollers, and the scenes and characters fit perfectly into place. The result is marvellous.”The Independent

July 2024

Spy Line

by Len Deighton

Spy Line is vigorous and sleazy, psychologically complex and action-packed. And it is always exciting.”Daily Mail

July 2024

Spy Sinker

by Len Deighton

“Deighton writes with effortless mastery.”Wall Street Journal

July 2024

A Refiner’s Fire

by Donna Leon

In the thirty-third installment of Donna Leon’s magnificent series, Commissario Guido Brunetti confronts a present-day Venetian menace and the ghosts of a heroism that never was

July 2024

Code of the Hills

by Chris Offutt

In this blistering return to Chris Offutt’s acclaimed crime series, Mick Hardin is tested like never before as familial allegiances and old wounds collide, threatening to destroy everything he loves

July 2024

Small Worlds

by Caleb Azumah Nelson

An exhilarating and expansive new novel about fathers and sons, faith and friendship from National Book Foundation 5 Under 35 honoree and Costa First Novel Award winning author Caleb Azumah Nelson

July 2024


by Sin Blaché and Helen Macdonald


“Fabulous . . . Present-day science fiction that feels like the best sort of spy novel.” —Neil Gaiman

From the extraordinary minds of award-winning and New York Times-bestselling author of H Is for Hawk Helen Macdonald and first time author Sin Blaché, Prophet is their electric debut, a tantalizing adventure fusing noir, sci-fi and a slow burn queer romance—set in a universe just one perilous step from our own

July 2024

What the Wild Sea Can Be

by Helen Scales

The acclaimed marine biologist and author of The Brilliant Abyss examines the existential threats the world’s ocean will face in the coming decades and offers cautious optimism for much of the abundant life within it

July 2024

The Son of Man

by Jean-Baptiste Del Amo

From the author of the “extraordinary” Animalia (Sunday Times), winner of the Republic of Consciousness Prize and finalist for the Lambda Literary Award and Best Translated Book Award, a blazing new novel exploring nature, family, and violence, set on a hostile and glorious mountainside haunted by transgressions of the past

July 2024

The Last Dance

by Mark Billingham

The first new series in two decades from multi-award-winning international bestseller Mark Billingham that introduces Detective Miller: a man who’s unique, unconventional, and criminally underestimated

July 2024

The Wrong Hands

by Mark Billingham

This is one case Detective Miller won’t want to open . . .

The second rip-roaring mystery from multi-award-winning international bestseller Mark Billingham starring Detective Miller: unique, unconventional, and criminally underestimated…

August 2024

To Catch a Storm

by Mindy Mejia

In this brand new series from national bestseller Mindy Mejia, a physicist and a psychic reluctantly team up to solve two missing persons cases during an ice storm in Iowa

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August 2024

A World of Hurt

by Mindy Mejia

When someone dies to save your life, how do you ever forgive them?

A World of Hurt is Mindy Mejia’s highly-anticipated follow-up to the “propulsive” USA Today bestselling thriller To Catch a Storm where an Iowa City police officer and a DEA informant must work together to hunt down the remains of a hidden drug empire.

August 2024

Chinese Prodigal

by David Shih

From an exciting and sharp-voiced new observer of American culture, a forthright and probing debut exploring Asian American identity in a racially codified country

August 2024

Medusa of the Roses

by Navid Sinaki

Sex, vengeance, and betrayal in modern day Tehran—Navid Sinaki’s bold and cinematic debut is a queer literary noir following Anjir, a morbid romantic and petty thief whose boyfriend disappears just as they’re planning to leave their hometown for good

August 2024

In France Profound

by T.D. Allman

From the National Book Award-longlisted author of Finding Florida, a sparkling, sweeping chronicle of the author’s life and discoveries in a town in “Deep France,” from nearby prehistoric caves to medieval dynastic struggles to the colorful characters populating the area today

August 2024

Queen of the Court

by Madeleine Blais

From the Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Madeleine Blais, the dramatic and colorful story of legendary tennis star and international celebrity, Alice Marble

August 2024

Lush Lives

by J. Vanessa Lyon

With beguiling wit and undeniable passion, Lush Lives is a deliciously queer and sexy novel about bold, brilliant women unafraid to take risks and fight for what they love

August 2024

Devil in the Stack

by Andrew Smith

From internationally-bestselling author and journalist Andrew Smith, a riveting, alarming, sharp-eyed journey into the bizarre world of computer code, told through his sometimes painful, often amusing attempt to become a coder himself

August 2024

Interpretations of Love

by Jane Campbell

A profound debut novel that explores complicated love, secrets, and familial misunderstandings from the celebrated octogenarian author of the “trail-blazing” (Oprah Daily) collection Cat Brushing

September 2024

Land Between the Rivers

by Bartle Bull

The epic, five millennia history of the region between the Tigris and Euphrates Rivers that was the birthplace of civilization and remains today the essential crossroads between East and West

September 2024

Two-Step Devil

by Jamie Quatro

“Jamie Quatro is a writer of sinuous, muscular power and grace. Two-Step Devil is a starkly gorgeous story of God and loss and art and love, and her best book yet.”—Lauren Groff

From a New York Times Notable “writer of great originality” comes a bold new novel about love, faith and two societal outsiders whose lives converge in the contemporary American South

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September 2024

Frighten the Horses

by Oliver Radclyffe

A textured, sharply written memoir about coming of age in the fourth decade of one’s life and embracing one’s truest self in a world that demands gender fit in neat boxes

September 2024


by Will Self

The Booker-shortlisted author of Umbrella writes his most American novel yet—a brilliant portrait of a 1950s housewife, based on the life of the author’s mother, and an exploration of sexual freedom and sublimated desire

September 2024

Recognizing the Stranger

by Isabella Hammad

“Extraordinary and amazingly erudite. Hammad shows how art and especially literature can be much, much more revealing than political writing.”—Rashid Khalidi, New York Times bestselling author of The Hundred Years’ War on Palestine

From the award-winning novelist of The Parisian and Enter Ghost comes an outstanding essay on the Palestinian struggle and the power of narrative

September 2024

Queen Macbeth

by Val McDermid

Shakespeare created the myth of the Macbeths as indefensible murderous conspirators. But now internationally bestselling author Val McDermid drags the truth out of the shadows, exposing the patriarchal prejudices of history

October 2024

Shred Sisters

by Betsy Lerner

No one will love you more or hurt you more than a sister.

“I love this book. It moves like a souped-up pickup truck.”—Patti Smith, author of Just Kids

From Betsy Lerner, celebrated author of The Bridge Ladies, comes a wry and riveting debut novel about family, mental illness, and a hard-won path between two sisters

October 2024

The Elements of Marie Curie

by Dava Sobel

The acclaimed Pulitzer Prize finalist and #1 New York Times bestselling author of Galileo’s Daughter crafts a luminous chronicle of the life and work of the most famous woman in the history of science, and the untold story of the many young women trained in her laboratory who were launched into stellar scientific careers of their own

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October 2024

Blue Light Hours

by Bruna Dantas Lobato

One of Electric Literature’s “75 Books by Women of Color to Read in 2024”

From the National Book Award-winning translator, an atmospheric and wise debut novel of a young Brazilian woman’s first year in America, a continent away from her lonely mother, and the relationship they build over Skype calls across borders

“Utterly beautiful . . . The yearning in these pages will haunt me.”—Ayşegül Savaş, author of White on White

October 2024

The Treasure Hunters Club

by Tom Ryan

Everyone in My Family Has Killed Someone meets The Goonies in The Treasure Hunters Club—a rollicking murder mystery set in a seaside town filled with pirate lore, family secrets, unforgiveable grudges, secret societies, and of course, a treasure lost to time. —

October 2024


by Claire Keegan

“Reading Irish-born Claire Keegan is like succumbing to a drug: eerie, hallucinogenic, time-stopping.”—San Francisco Chronicle

A new edition of the now iconic fiction writer Claire Keegan’s debut story collection featuring a fresh cover to tie in with her current bestselling trio: the Booker Prize shortlisted Small Things Like These, Foster, and So Late in the Day

November 2024

Those Opulent Days

by Jacquie Pham

Jacquie Pham’s transportive debut, Those Opulent Days, delivers a classic historical murder mystery centered around the glamor, violence, wealth, and opium of 1920’s French-colonial Vietnam that meshes the structural brilliance of Lucy Foley’s The Guest List with the historical vitality of Vanessa Chan’s The Storm We Made, and the upstairs-downstairs drama of Downton Abbey.

One will lose his mind. One will pay. One will agonize. And one will die.

November 2024

Four Points of the Compass

by Jerry Brotton

From the New York Times bestselling author of A History of the World in 12 Maps, this is the revelatory history of the four cardinal directions that have oriented and defined our place on the globe for millennia

November 2024

Cassino ’44

by James Holland

Acclaimed World War II historian James Holland vividly relates the dramatic last months of the crucial Italian Campaign in a masterful volume that illuminates the immediate experience of war

November 2024

Brightly Shining

by Ingvild Rishoi

Beautifully told with humor and tenderness, a Norwegian Christmas tale of sisterhood, financial hardship, and far-off dreams, acclaimed by reviewers and beloved by readers across Europe, where it has been a major bestseller

February 2025

The Mountain Shadow

by Gregory David Roberts

In this highly anticipated sequel to the contemporary classic Shantaram, Lin continues to search for love and faith in a changing Bombay.

March 2025

Come in with the Dutchman

by William S. Burroughs

A reissue of Burroughs’s “fiction in the form of a film script,” Come In With the Dutchman is a singular take on one of the most notorious gangsters in American history.

June 2025

Ship of Gold in the Deep Blue Sea

by Gary Kinder

“A marvelous tale, with generous portions of history, adventure, intrigue, heroism, and high technology interwoven . . . Gary Kinder has the skill to put it all together, and luckily for us, we get to read it.” —Los Angeles Times