The High Tide Club, Mary Kay Andrews, MacMillian - “From the New York Times bestselling author of The Weekenders comes a delightful new novel about new love, old secrets, and the kind of friendship that transcends generations.”
The Ruin, Dervla McTiernan, Penguin Books – When Cormac Reilly was a rookie, he responded to a call for help from a teenager named Maude – her mother was dead.
Waiting for Eden, Elliot Ackerman, Knopf - Elliot Ackerman—whose last novel, Dark at the Crossing, was a finalist for the 2017 National Book Award—returns with WAITING FOR EDEN (Knopf, 2018 ), a breathtakingly spare and shattering new novel that showcases Ackerman’s singular gift for depicting humanity in all its complexity.
Another Side of Paradise, Sally Koslow, Harper Collins - Already an experienced writer, having worked as a journalist and editor-in-chief of McCall’s Magazine, Sally Koslow found herself out of a job.
America for Beginners, Leah Franqui, William Morrow –Pival has barely even traveled within her native Kolkata but after her husband dies, she decides to tour America to find her son who may or may not have died, disowned by his family.
The Christmas Sisters, Sarah Morgan, Harlequin - Suzanne McBride is dreaming of the perfect Christmas in the snowy Highlands of Scotland. Her three adopted daughters are coming home for the holidays and she can’t wait to see them.
My Dearest Julia, Ulysses S. Grant, Library of America - The Civil War's greatest general as you've never seen him before.
Sweet and Low, Nick White, Blue Rider Press - Writer Nick White bring his southern sensibility and experience as a gay man to bear on his telling stories that will stay with readers long after they close the covers of his books.
The Betrayals, Fiona Neill, Pegasus Books - Sometimes there are four sides to a story. Which can you believe? British author and well-known journalist, Fiona Neill, insightful story of a family in crisis in her latest novel, THE BETRAYALS
The Reservoir Tape, Jon McGregor, Catapult - Jon McGregor’s first novel, If Nobody Speaks of Remarkable Things (2002) was longlisted for the Man Booker Prize when he was just 26 years old, making him the youngest contenders to date.