The Education of Dixie Dupree, Donna Everhart, Kensington Publishing Corp. – Eleven-year-old Dixie Dupree did not like being around Uncle Ray. He had a creepy way of getting too close to her.
DARK AT THE CROSSING, Elliot Ackerman, Knopf - a contemporary love story set on the Turkish border with Syria.
Winter Storms, Elin Hilderbrand, Little, Brown & Company - From New York Times bestselling author Elin Hilderbrand, ‘Queen of the Beach Read’ takes her readers in a new direction with her Winter Street Trilogy.
Night School, Lee Child, Bantam Press - The latest in the hugely successful action thriller series by Lee Child, is a gripping prequel set during Jack Reacher’s army days and has been on the New York Times top ten best-seller list since it was published.
Mr. Splitfoot, Samantha Hunt, Mariner Books - Samantha Hunt received critical acclaim for her first novel, The Seas (MacAdam/Cage Publishing, 8 November 2004) capturing a National Book Foundation's ‘Five Under Thirty-Five’ award.
The Wangs vs the World, Jade Chang, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt - When Charles Wang emigrated to America from Taiwan he hit on a lucky break. He started a cosmetic empire from his family’s urea business.
Landfall, Julie Hensley, Ohio State University Press - Julie Hensley credits the start of her writing career to her mother, a librarian who would bring home grocery bags full of books for her to read.
The Wolf Road, Beth Lewis, Crown – In the post-apocalyptic north country, Elka is tossed into the woods during a storm, taken in, and raised by a man she calls Trapper.
All That Man Is, David Szalay, Graywolf Press - David Szalay, (pronounced SOL-loy), Granta’s Best Young British Novelist in 2013, is neither sentimental about male desire nor male failure in his latest book about the crisis of the European man
The Chosen, Kristina Ohlsson, Washington Square Press - On a cold winter's day, a preschool teacher is shot to death in front of parent and children at the Jewish Congregation in Stockholm.