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June 2019

Open Me

by Lisa Locascio

A political and erotically-charged debut that follows a young American woman’s transformative journey during one pivotal summer abroad hailed by Viet Thanh Nguyen as “unflinching in its portrayal of sex, desire, racism, and the excitement and confusion of youth.”

June 2019

Jesus Saves

by Darcey Steinke

“A disturbingly beautiful piece of writing. Darcey Steinke has found a trashy and intensely spiritual poetry in the suburban malls and backwoods of the South, and she has set them before us in gorgeous, unsettling prose.” –The New York Times Book Review

June 2019

Small Fry

by Lisa Brennan-Jobs

A frank, smart and captivating memoir by the daughter of Apple founder Steve Jobs.

June 2019

Dead Wrong

by Randall Sullivan

Acclaimed journalist Randall Sullivan delivers an explosive investigation into the murder of the Notorious B.I.G., with exclusive material from the FBI investigation and his estate’s wrongful death suit against the City of Los Angeles.

July 2019

The Bouncer

by David Gordon

In this riotous caper from Edgar Award finalist David Gordon, the CIA, FBI, and nearly every level of organized crime collide with a singularly evil domestic terrorist and a reluctant bandit known by all as “Joe the Bouncer”

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July 2019

Deep River

by Karl Marlantes

From the New York Times-bestselling author of Matterhorn and What It Is Like to Go to War, a rich family saga about Finnish immigrants who settle and tame the Pacific Northwest, set against the early labor movements, World War I, and the upheaval of early twentieth-century America

July 2019

In the Valleys of the Noble Beyond

by John Zada

Set in a wild and immaculate landscape threatened by industry and environmental degradation, a compassionate and gripping exploration of one of the world’s most baffling mysteries—the existence of the Sasquatch

July 2019

Gettysburg

by Kevin Morris

From the critically acclaimed author of All Joe Knight and White Man’s Problems, a bold and wildly engaging novel about the midlife crisis of an entertainment lawyer in Hollywood, who takes on a part in a Civil War re-enactment in order to escape the monotony of his ordinary life.

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July 2019

The Hard Stuff

by David Gordon

In the hotly-anticipated sequel to David Gordon’s critically-acclaimed and “brilliantly goofy” (New York Times) The Bouncer, New York City’s most hardened mob bosses team up once again, this time to pull off a high-stakes drug heist.

July 2019

The Magic Christian

by Terry Southern

“Mr. Southern is wonderfully prodigal of comic ideas. . . . An enormously funny and satisfying satire, done with a great thrifty distinction.” —The Spectator

July 2019

John Woman

by Walter Mosley

From the award-winning Walter Mosley comes a dazzling novel of ideas about the sexual and intellectual coming-of-age of an unusual man who goes by the name Woman.

July 2019

For All Mankind

by Harry Hurt III

“Irresistible yarns . . . underlined by the great courage of men who trusted machines, risked all and won. Hurt models their war stories into one grand collective voyage.” –Chicago Tribune

July 2019

The New Inheritors

by Kent Wascom

The third novel from “one of the most exhilarating historical novelists in the country” (Washington Post), set in New Orleans, the Mississippi coast, Cuba, and Nicaragua in the early decades of the twentieth century, The New Inheritors is a masterful portrait of young love and a family driven apart by greed, anger, and matters of the heart

August 2019

Is There Still Sex in the City?

by Candace Bushnell

From the pioneering, New York Times bestselling author who brought us Sex and the City comes a wry, witty, and wise look at sex, dating and friendship in New York City after fifty.

August 2019

Pass Over

by Antoinette Nwandu

From an extraordinary new voice in American theater, a startling play that examines the cyclical ravages of racial injustice and violence on two young black men.

August 2019

The Yellow House

by Sarah M. Broom

A brilliant, haunting and unforgettable memoir from a stunning new talent about the inexorable pull of home and family, set in a shotgun house in New Orleans East.

August 2019

Liver

by Will Self

August 2019

Virgil Wander

by Leif Enger

The first novel in ten years from award-winning, million-copy bestselling author Leif Enger, Virgil Wander follows the inhabitants of a Midwestern town in their quest to revive its flagging heart.

September 2019

White Hot Silence

by Henry Porter

In this blistering sequel to bestselling author Henry Porter’s “timely and terrific” Firefly, former MI6 agent Paul Samson is dispatched to rescue a Greek aid worker who is being held hostage by a Mafia group with terrorist ties. (Mick Herron)

September 2019

Firefly

by Henry Porter

At the heart of the new thriller by internationally bestselling writer Henry Porter is one boy who can lead British intelligence straight to a terror threat at the heart of Europe—but first, they have to find him.

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September 2019

Elements of Fiction

by Walter Mosley

Following his essential writing guide, This Year You Write Your Novel, award-winning author Walter Mosley delivers an eloquent treatise on the craft of fiction writing—part writing guide, part study of the mechanics of the genre.

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September 2019

Fentanyl, Inc.

by Ben Westhoff

A remarkable four-year investigation into the dangerous world of synthetic drugs—from black market drug factories in China to users and dealers on the streets of the U.S. to harm reduction activists in Europe—which reveals for the first time the next wave of the opioid epidemic

September 2019

The Devil’s Slave

by Tracy Borman

The acclaimed biographer of Henry VIII and Thomas Cromwell returns with the second novel in her historical trilogy set in the early years of the treacherous Stuart reign

September 2019

Tough Luck

by Richard Rosen

A remarkable tale of a golden son and his disgraced father, layered over the unforgettable era of Brooklyn mobsters and the rise of the National Football League

September 2019

Animalia

by Jean Baptiste Del Amo

A prizewinning and word of mouth literary sensation in France, Animalia is an extraordinary epic that retraces the history of a modest French peasant family over the twentieth century as they develop their small plot of land into an industrial pig farm, a visceral, chilling tale of man and beast

September 2019

Clear My Name

by Paula Daly

A rising star in domestic suspense broadens her canvas in a brilliant new thriller in which a woman convicted of murdering her husband’s lover waits to be exonerated by a female investigator battling her own dark past

September 2019

Convenience Store Woman

by Sayaka Murata

The English-language debut of an exciting young voice in international fiction, selling 660,000 copies in Japan alone, Convenience Store Woman is a bewitching portrayal of contemporary Japan through the eyes of a single woman who fits in to the rigidity of its work culture only too well.

September 2019

Evolution

by Eileen Myles

This new collection of poems by Eileen Myles, Evolution, finds our game-changing writer keying lines in an idiomatic, euphoric style that the New York Times has called “one of the essential voices in American poetry”

September 2019

None of My Business

by P. J. O’Rourke

In his latest book, P. J. O’Rourke investigates the whole wild world of finance.

September 2019

Happy Talk

by Jesse Eisenberg

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

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

The 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 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