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October 2019

Paris in the Dark

by Robert Olen Butler

In the new Christopher Marlowe Cobb thriller, Robert Olen Butler’s intrepid newspaperman-turned-spy tracks a German saboteur through the streets of the Great War-dimmed City of Lights

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October 2019

Frankissstein

by Jeanette Winterson

From internationally bestselling icon Jeanette Winterson comes her most highly anticipated new book since Why Be Happy When You Could be Normal?, about the bodies we live in and the bodies we desire

October 2019

Pursuit

by Joyce Carol Oates

From a master “mind reader who writes psychological horror stories about seriously disturbed minds” (New York Times Book Review), comes an eerie, psychologically complex thriller about a newlywed wife haunted by her secret, traumatic past.

October 2019

The Girl at the Door

by Veronica Raimo

Called “the first post-Weinstein novel” by Vanity Fair Italy, The Girl at the Door is a riveting story of lust, power, and betrayal

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October 2019

Freeman’s: California

by John Freeman

Featuring work from Tommy Orange, Rabih Alameddine, Rachel Kushner, Mai Der Vang, Reyna Grande, and more, the sixth Freeman’s brilliantly showcases some of the world’s best writers grappling with the myths and reality of California today

October 2019

Information Wars

by Richard Stengel

From former TIME editor and Under Secretary for Public Diplomacy and Public Affairs Richard Stengel, Information Wars is the first and only insider account exploring how the U.S. tried — and failed — to combat the global rise of disinformation that eventually spilled into the 2016 election.

October 2019

The Western Wind

by Samantha Harvey

Hailed as “this generation’s Virginia Woolf” (Telegraph) and “one of the UK’s most exquisite stylists” (Guardian), Samantha Harvey’s breathtaking new novel is a medieval mystery told in reverse over the course of several disquieting holy days.

October 2019

The Far Field

by Madhuri Vijay

An elegant, epic debut novel—“equal parts love story, war story, and family intrigue” (Ben Fountain)—from an exciting new talent and Pushcart Prize-winner that follows one young woman’s search for a lost figure from her childhood, a journey that takes her from Southern India to Kashmir and to the brink of a devastating political and personal reckoning

October 2019

The Butt

by Will Self

October 2019

A History of France

by John Julius Norwich

The world-renowned historian John Julius Norwich has delivered the book he has always wanted to write: a single-volume history of France.

November 2019

In the Galway Silence

by Ken Bruen

The latest novel in Ireland’s most distinctive crime fiction series, In the Galway Silence, finds former cop Jack Taylor up against a vigilante assassin who goes by the name “Silence”—and the consequences quickly become personal

November 2019

The Finance Curse

by Nicholas Shaxson

A searing indictment of global finance, exploring how the banking sector grew from a supporter of business to the biggest business in the world, and showing how societies might fight against financial hegemony

November 2019

The Old Success

by Martha Grimes

In The Old Success, the twenty-fifth mystery in the bestselling Richard Jury series by MWA Grand Master Martha Grimes, an unlikely trio of detectives teams up to solve three puzzling murders that span three English counties.

November 2019

Galway Girl

by Ken Bruen

From “the Godfather of the modern Irish crime novel” (Irish Independent), the latest installment in Bruen’s addictive series finds ex-cop turned private eye Jack Taylor on the hunt for a psychotic assassin who has been killing Galway police officers, one by one.

November 2019

Palm Beach, Mar-a-Lago, and the Rise of America’s Xanadu

by Les Standiford

The full and colorful history of the American resort town that redefined class, wealth, and celebrity, by Florida’s preeminent historian and bestselling author

November 2019

Big Week

by James Holland

From acclaimed military historian James Holland, the vivid and dramatic story of the Allied air campaign that paved the way for D-Day

November 2019

The Day the Sun Died

by Yan Lianke

From “China’s most feted and most banned author” (Financial Times), an unforgettable tale of a village that descends into a sleepwalking spell as the sun threatens to never rise again

November 2019

Wine Reads

by Jay McInerney

From celebrated novelist Jay McInerney, whose extensive writing on wine has been called “crisp, stylish and very funny” (New York Times Book Review), comes an intelligent collection of great writing about wine

November 2019

The Heavens

by Sandra Newman

A work of rare literary brilliance and emotional power, The Heavens is a mesmerizing novel of love and dreams that moves between a reimagined New York City and Elizabethan England and asks how our world comes to be.

December 2019

The Story of a Goat

by Perumal Murugan

From one of India’s best-known writers and the author of the National Book Award-longlisted One Part Woman comes a charming and surprising tale of an orphaned goat and the family that decides to take care of her, despite the potential cost to them

December 2019

Babel

by Gaston Dorren

From the celebrated author of Lingo, a whistle-stop tour of the world’s twenty most-spoken languages, exploring history, geography, linguistics, and culture—showing how the language we speak reflects our view of the world

December 2019

Happy Talk

by Jesse Eisenberg

“Jesse Eisenberg has quietly established himself as an off-Broadway scribe.”—Lizzie Simon, Wall Street Journal

January 2020

The Parisian

by Isabella Hammad

A “sublime” (Zadie Smith) debut novel by Plimpton Prize winner Isabella Hammad, The Parisian illuminates a pivotal period of Palestinian history through the journey and romances of one young man, from his studies in France during World War I to his return home to Palestine at the dawn of its battle for independence.

January 2020

Why We Can’t Sleep

by Ada Calhoun

A generation-defining exploration of the new midlife crisis facing Gen X women and the unique circumstances that have brought them to this point, Why We Can’t Sleep is a lively successor to Passages by Gail Sheehy and The Defining Decade by Meg Jay

January 2020

Wilmington’s Lie

by David Zucchino

From Pulitzer Prize-winner David Zucchino comes a crucial account of the Wilmington Insurrection of 1898, an extraordinary event in our history that is virtually unknown to most Americans

January 2020

Track Changes

by Sayed Kashua

From Bernstein Award-winner Sayed Kashua comes his fourth and most daring, intimate novel yet—a searing exploration of the stories Palestinians and Israelis tell themselves about their lives, their histories, and the blurred lines between personal and national memory

January 2020

Will

by Will Self

From “Britain’s reigning poet of the night” (Boston Globe), a long-awaited memoir of the artist as a young addict

January 2020

The Burglar

by Thomas Perry

From the New York Times bestselling author Thomas Perry, “who can be depended upon to deliver high-voltage shocks” (Stephen King), comes a new thriller about an unlikely burglar—a young woman in her 20s—who realizes she must solve a string of murders, or else become the next victim

January 2020

Help Me!

by Marianne Power

Already an international phenomenon sold to 23 publishers around the world, Marianne Power’s Help Me! is the hilarious, thought-provoking, and unfailingly honest account of one woman’s year-long, often madcap, quest to find out if self help books really can change your life

January 2020

Henry VIII and the Men Who Made Him

by Tracy Borman

From acclaimed historian Tracy Borman, a penetrating new portrait of Henry VIII and the men who greatly impacted his life and historic reign

January 2020

Long Shot

by Azad

A gripping narrative by an Iran-born Kurdish journalist who joined the ranks of the Kurdish army as a sniper in the fight against ISIS

January 2020

An Arabian Journey

by Levison Wood

From award-winning TV adventurer and best-selling travel writer Levison Wood, an enthralling account of his expedition around the Arabian Peninsula, from Iraq to Lebanon.

February 2020

Heathcliff Redux

by Lily Tuck

A mesmerizing new novella and stories from National Book Award winner Lily Tuck

February 2020

Eight Days at Yalta

by Diana Preston

Meticulously researched and vividly written, published on the 75th anniversary of the historic Yalta conference, Eight Days at Yalta is the definitive new history of the meeting that reordered the world at the end of World War II

February 2020

The Good Killer

by Harry Dolan

In the newest thriller from best-selling author Harry Dolan, Sean Tennant stops a deadly mass shooter. And that act of courage may get him killed.

February 2020

Shuggie Bain

by Douglas Stuart

A stunning debut novel by a masterful writer telling the heartwrenching story of a young boy and his alcoholic mother, whose love is only matched by her pride

February 2020

Bird Summons

by Leila Aboulela

An enchanting, heartfelt novel about three Muslim women in search of freedom, faith, and happiness, from Scottish Book Award and Caine Prize-winning author Leila Aboulela

February 2020

The Recipe for Revolution

by Carolyn Chute

Nationally bestselling author and winner of the PEN New England Award for Literary Excellence in Fiction, Carolyn Chute, returns with The Recipe for Revolution, a searing portrait of class, politics, and brewing social change

February 2020

The Bird King

by G. Willow Wilson

A fantastical journey set at the height of the Spanish Inquisition from the award-winning author of Alif the Unseen and writer of the Ms. Marvel series, G. Willow Wilson’s The Bird King is a jubilant story of love versus power, religion versus faith, and freedom versus safety.

February 2020

El Norte

by Carrie Gibson

A sweeping saga of the Spanish history and influence in North America over five centuries, from the acclaimed author of Empire’s Crossroads