It’s another “New Release Tuesday” and I’m happy to share my birthday with these thirteen books coming out TODAY!
Akin by Emma Donoghue
A retired New York professor’s life is thrown into chaos when he takes a young great-nephew to the French Riviera, in hopes of uncovering his own mother’s wartime secrets in the next masterpiece from New York Times bestselling author Emma Donoghue.
Mother Knows Best by Kira Peikoff
A mother’s worst nightmare, a chance at redemption, and a deadly secret that haunts a family across the generations.
For The Love of Men by Liz Plank
A nonfiction investigation into masculinity, For The Love of Men provides actionable steps for how to be a man in the modern world, while also exploring how being a man in the world has evolved.
Live A Little by Howard Jacobsen
From Man Booker Prize-winning author of The Finkler Question and J, and one of ‘our funniest writers alive’: a wickedly observed novel of old age and new love.
The Deception by Kat Martin
When missing turns to murdered, one woman’s search for answers will take her to a place she never wanted to go.
The Sisters of Summit Avenue by Lynne Cullen
From the bestselling author of Mrs. Poe and Twain’s End comes a “poignant, beautifully rendered story of two sisters who find the courage to reclaim their bond after years of misunderstandings and heartbreak” during the Great Depression.
The Last Train to London by Meg Waite Clayton
The New York Times bestselling author of Beautiful Exiles conjures her best novel yet, a pre-World War II-era story with the emotional resonance of Orphan Train and All the Light We Cannot See, centering on the Kindertransports that carried thousands of children out of Nazi-occupied Europe—and one brave woman who helped them escape to safety.
Will My Cat Eat My Eyeballs? Big Questions from Tiny Mortals about Death by Caitlin Doughty
Best-selling author and mortician Caitlin Doughty answers real questions from kids about death, dead bodies, and decomposition.
Out of Darkness, Shining Light by Petina Gappah
“Engrossing, beautiful, and deeply imaginative, Out of Darkness, Shining Light is a novel that lends voice to those who appeared only as footnotes in history, yet whose final, brave act of loyalty and respect changed the course of it. An incredible and important book by a masterful writer.” —Yaa Gyasi, author of Homegoing
The Second Chance Supper Club by Nicole Meier
Two estranged sisters reunite in an emotional novel of family, forgiveness, lost hope, and new beginnings.
The Wonder of Now by Jamie Beck
Moving on has never been harder—or so perfectly unpredictable…
Peyton Prescott would give anything for the carefree life she knew before breast cancer changed everything. But instead of using her second chance to move forward, she’s stuck promoting the memoir her brother convinced her to write, thus reliving the very battle she wants to forget
Talking To Strangers: What We Should Know About the People We Don’t Know by Malcolm Gladwell
Malcolm Gladwell, host of the podcast Revisionist History and #1 bestselling author of The Tipping Point, Blink, Outliers, David and Goliath, and What the Dog Saw, offers a powerful examination of our interactions with strangers—and why they often go wrong.
The Starlet and the Spy by Ji-Min Lee
A dazzling work of historical fiction, based on true events, about two women who seem the most unlikely to ever meet: Alice, a Korean war survivor and translator for the American forces in Seoul and Marilyn Monroe, who is visiting Korea on a four-day USO tour.
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