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Africaville

by Jeffrey Colvin Amistad (December 10, 2019)

A ferociously talented writer makes his stunning debut with this richly woven tapestry, set in a small Nova Scotia town settled by former slaves, that depicts several generations of one family bound together...


Nothing to See Here

by Kevin WILSON Ecco (October 29, 2019)

A Read with Jenna Today Show Book Club Pick!

“I can’t believe how good this book is.... It’s wholly original. It’s also perfect.... Wilson writes with such a light touch.... The brilliance of the novel...


When You Ask Me Where I’m Going

by Jasmin Kaur HarperCollins (October 01, 2019)

Perfect for fans of Rupi Kaur and Elizabeth Acevedo, Jasmin Kaur’s stunning debut novel is a collection of poetry, illustrations, and prose.

scream

so that one day

a hundred years from now

another sister will...


The Butterfly Girl

by Rene Denfeld Harper (October 01, 2019)

“A heartbreaking, finger-gnawing, and yet ultimately hopeful novel by the amazing Rene Denfeld.” —Margaret Atwood, via Twitter

After captivating readers in The Child Finder, Naomi—the investigator with...


The Dutch House

by Ann Patchett Harper (September 24, 2019)

A Read with Jenna Today Show Book Club Pick!

From the New York Times bestselling author of Commonwealth and State of Wonder, comes Ann Patchett’s most powerful novel to date: a richly moving story that explores...


Invisible as Air

by Zoe Fishman William Morrow Paperbacks (September 24, 2019)

A provocative and timely new novel by the author of Inheriting Edith, one that will haunt you long after the final page is turned…

Sylvie Snow knows the pressures of expectations: a woman is supposed to work...


Lost in the Spanish Quarter

by Heddi Goodrich HarperVia (September 10, 2019)

Told with the intimacy and ferocity of Elena Ferrante’s Neapolitan Novels and set in the passionate, intense, and crumbling neighborhood known as the Spanish Quarter of Naples, comes a tale of two students...


The Divers' Game

by Jesse Ball Ecco (September 10, 2019)

From the inimitable mind of award-winning author Jesse Ball, a novel about an unsettlingly familiar society that has renounced the concept of equality—and the devastating consequences of unmitigated power

The...


Small Silent Things

by Robin Page Harper Perennial (September 03, 2019)

One of Salon's Novels Coming in September You Won't Want to Miss

One of Medium's Most Exciting New Book Releases

 A lyrical, haunting debut that explores the power of parenthood, identity, lust, and the legacy...


The Glass Woman

by Caroline Lea Harper (September 03, 2019)

Shortlisted for the Historical Writers Association Debut Crown Award

In the tradition of Jane Eyre and RebeccaThe Glass Woman by Caroline Lea in which a young woman follows her new husband to his remote...


After the Flood

by Kassandra Montag William Morrow (September 03, 2019)

An inventive and riveting epic saga, After the Flood signals the arrival of an extraordinary new talent.

A little more than a century from now, our world has been utterly transformed. After years of slowly overtaking...


Who Are You, Calvin Bledsoe?

by Brock Clarke Algonquin Books (August 27, 2019)

“A story in which anything and everything can happen, and mostly does. This is a book of many trips—across oceans, back to the past, and, most profoundly, into the infinite deep space of the human heart....


Hollow Kingdom

by Kira Jane Buxton Grand Central Publishing (August 27, 2019)

One pet crow fights to save humanity from an apocalypse in this uniquely hilarious debut from a genre-bending literary author.

S.T., a domesticated crow, is a bird of simple pleasures: hanging out with his owner...


Doxology

by Nell Zink Ecco (August 27, 2019)

A Recommended Book of 2019 from Vulture and Esquire

Two generations of an American family come of age—one before 9/11, one after—in this moving and original novel from the “intellectually restless, uniquely...


Going Dutch

by James Gregor Simon & Schuster (August 20, 2019)

* MOST ANTICIPATED SUMMER READING SELECTION BY * ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY * BUZZFEED *

“In this intelligent, entertaining and elegantly written novel, James Gregor pulls off something many psychological novelists...


The Dearly Beloved

by Cara Wall Simon & Schuster (August 13, 2019)

***A Today show “Read with Jenna” Book Club Selection***

“A moving portrait of love and friendship set against a backdrop of social change.” —The New York Times Book Review (Editor’s Choice)

“Here...


A Keeper

by Graham Norton Atria Books (August 13, 2019)

From Graham Norton—the BAFTA-award-winning Irish television host and author of the “charming debut novel” (New York Journal of Books) Holding, a masterly and haunting tale of secrets and ill-fated love...


The Oysterville Sewing Circle

by Susan Wiggs William Morrow (August 13, 2019)

“Stitched together with love, this is a story just waiting for your favorite reading chair. With her signature style and skill, Susan Wiggs delivers an intricate patchwork of old wounds and new beginnings,...


The Miseducation of Henry Cane

by Charles Brooks Simon & Schuster (August 06, 2019)

A stunning coming-of-age novel about one young man's eye-opening sexual awakening at the hands of an intriguing older woman.

Henry Cane knows exactly what he’s going to do with the rest of his life.

That’s...


We Are All Good People Here

by Susan Rebecca White Atria Books (August 06, 2019)

From the author of A Place at the Table and A Soft Place to Land, an “intense, complex, and wholly immersive” (Joshilyn Jackson, New York Times bestselling author) multigenerational novel that explores the...


All the Water in the World

by Karen Raney Scribner (August 06, 2019)

A stunning debut novel about a teenage girl and her mother as they grapple with first love, family secrets, and tragedy.

Maddy is sixteen. Smart, funny, and profound, she has loyal friends, a mother with whom...


A Particular Kind of Black Man

by Tope Folarin Simon & Schuster (August 06, 2019)

A New York Times, Washington Post, Telegraph, and BBC’s most anticipated book of August 2019

One of Time’s 32 Books You Need to Read This Summer

A stunning debut novel, from Rhodes Scholar and winner of the...


Never Have I Ever

by Joshilyn Jackson William Morrow (July 30, 2019)

“Wonderful—suspense and surprises, real characters, and a scary, ominous backbeat.  This feels like the book Jackson was born to write.” —Lee Child, New York Times bestselling author

Named a Best Book by...


What I Lived For

by Joyce Carol Oates Ecco (July 23, 2019)

The stunning, classic portrait of a powerful man's downward spiral to moral ruin

Jerome "Corky" Corcorn. A money-juggling wheeler dealer, rising politico, popular man's man, and successful womanizer. It is a...


Gravity Is the Thing

by Jaclyn Moriarty Harper (July 23, 2019)

The adult debut from bestselling, award-winning young adult author Jaclyn Moriarty—a frequently hilarious, brilliantly observed novel—that follows a single mother’s heartfelt search for greater truths...


Turbulence

by David Szalay Scribner (July 16, 2019)

**A New York Times Book Review Editors’ Choice**

From the acclaimed, Man Booker Prize-shortlisted author of All That Man Is, a stunning, virtuosic novel about twelve people, mostly strangers, and the surprising...


The Need

by Helen Phillips Simon & Schuster (July 09, 2019)

* BEST OF 2019 SUMMER READING *

THE NEW YORK TIMES * VANITY FAIR * O, THE OPRAH MAGAINZE * ELLE * VULTURE * NYLON * OPRAHMAG.COM * THRILLIST * BUSTLE * NEWSWEEK * STAR TRIBUNE (MINNEAPOLIS) * MILWAUKEE JOURNAL...


The Lightest Object in the Universe

by Kimi Eisele Algonquin Books (July 09, 2019)

“A triumphant story for anyone with a shred of faith left in the human spirit.” —David McGlynn, author of One Day You’ll Thank Me What if the end times allowed people to see and build the world...


Water Shall Refuse Them

by Lucie McKnight Hardy Dead Ink (July 04, 2019)

“A coming of age story where the threat of violence shimmers like a heat haze.” – Andrew Michael Hurley, The Loney “Something strong, vivid and disquieting grows tall from Folk Horror soil in this novel.”...


We Came Here to Forget

by Andrea Dunlop Atria Books (July 02, 2019)

NAMED ONE OF 2019’S MOST ANTICIPATED READS BY Bustle PopSugar PureWowMarie ClaireBookBubShe ReadsParade • Women.com

From the author of She Regrets Nothing, which BuzzFeed called...


Moonstomp

by Tim Wells Unbound Digital (June 27, 2019)

AGGRO ON THE STREETS OF LONDON!

1979: punk, reggae, boots, braces, button-down shirts. Packed full of music, style, and bovver, Moonstomp is the written in blood story of a teenage skinhead who’s also a werewolf....


The Snakes

by Sadie Jones Harper (June 25, 2019)

The Snakes is many things—a parable and an ancient drama where a father’s greed devours his children, a police procedural, an avid take on tabloid venality, and a bitter comedy, superbly observed, where...


Cygnet

by Season Butler Harper (June 25, 2019)

An utterly original coming-of-age tale, marked by wrenching humor and staggering charisma, about a young woman resisting the savagery of adulthood in a community of the elderly rejecting the promise of youth....


The Bobcat

by Katherine Forbes Riley Arcade (June 18, 2019)

** Longlisted for The Center for Fiction's best debut novel of 2019 **

With the hypnotic intensity of Emily Fridlund’s The History of Wolves and Fiona McFarlane’s The Night Guest, Katherine Forbes Riley...


The Stationery Shop

by Marjan Kamali Gallery Books (June 18, 2019)

From the award-winning author of Together Tea—a debut novel hailed as “compassionate, funny, and wise” by Jill Davis, bestselling author of Girls’ Poker Night—comes a powerful love story exploring...


One Night in Georgia

by Celeste O. Norfleet Amistad (June 18, 2019)

One of “The 17 Best Summer Reads of 2019” by Harper’s Bazaar!

Set in the summer of 1968, a provocative and devastating novel of individual lives caught in the grips of violent history—a timely and poignant...


Paris, 7 A.M.

by Liza Wieland Simon & Schuster (June 11, 2019)

The acclaimed, award-winning author of A Watch of Nightingales imagines in a sweeping and stunning novel what happened to the poet Elizabeth Bishop during three life-changing weeks she spent in Paris amidst...


The Islanders

by Meg Mitchell Moore William Morrow (June 11, 2019)

"One of my own favorite writers." Elin Hilderbrand

Named a Best Beach Read of Summer by Vulture, PureWow, She Reads and Women.com

J. Courtney Sullivan’s Maine meets the works of Elin Hilderbrand in this delicious...


My Life as a Rat

by Joyce Carol Oates Ecco (June 04, 2019)

“A painful truth of family life: the most tender emotions can change in an instant.  You think your parents love you but is it you they love, or the child who is theirs?”  --Joyce Carol Oates, My Life...


The Wall in the Head

by Christopher Beanland Unbound Digital (May 30, 2019)

A black comedy about love, loss, the death of dreams, failure, bad TV, bad jokes, brutalist buildings. And Birmingham.


Ask Again, Yes

by Mary Beth Keane Scribner (May 28, 2019)

INSTANT NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER

**The Tonight Show Summer Reads Pick**

“One of the most unpretentiously profound books I've read in a long time…modestly magnificent.” —Maureen Corrigan, Fresh Air

“A...


Into the Jungle

by Erica Ferencik Gallery/Scout Press (May 28, 2019)

Featured in the New York Times Book Review Summer Reading Guide * A Crime by the Book “Most Anticipated” Novel * Featured in the New York Post Summer Round Up * Starred Publishers Weekly Review * A Publishers...


Necessary People

by Anna Pitoniak Little, Brown and Company (May 21, 2019)

One of them has it all. One of them wants it all. Only one of them can win.

Stella Bradley is beautiful, rich, and very good at getting herself into trouble. Violet Trapp is smart, self-aware, and laser-focused...


Riots I Have Known

by Ryan Chapman Simon & Schuster (May 21, 2019)

Center for Fiction 2019 First Novel Prize Long List

“Dark, daring, and laugh-out-loud hilarious, Riots I Have Known is one of the smartest—and best—novels of the year.”—NPR

“Chapman establishes himself...


Waisted

by Randy Susan Meyers Atria Books (May 21, 2019)

Named a “Best Summer Read of 2019” by The Boston Globe, Parade, The Palm Beach Post, and CNN

In this provocative, wildly entertaining, and compelling novel, seven women enrolled in an extreme weight loss...


Prairie Fever

by Michael Parker Algonquin Books (May 21, 2019)

"Michael Parker has captured a time, place, and sisterhood so perfectly it hurts to turn the last page. A riveting, atmospheric dream of a novel.” --Dominic Smith, author of The Last Painting of Sara...


Bring the Rain

by JoAnn Franklin She Writes Press (May 21, 2019)

• As of July 1, 2016 (the latest date for which population estimates are available), Millennials, whom we define as ages 20 to 35 in 2016, numbered 71 million, and Boomers (ages 52 to 70) numbered 74 million....


Your Fault

by Andrew Cowan Salt (May 15, 2019)

Set in a 1960s English new town, Your Fault charts one boy’s childhood from first memory to first love. A year older in each chapter, Peter’s story is told to him by his future self as he attempts to recreate...


In Dependence

by Sarah Ladipo Manyika CASSAVA REPUBLIC (May 14, 2019)

In the early sixties, Tayo Ajayi sails to England from Nigeria to take up a scholarship at Oxford University. There he discovers a whole generation high on visions of a new and better world. He meets Vanessa...


The Obsoletes

by Simeon Mills Gallery Books (May 14, 2019)

The Obsoletes is a thought-provoking coming-of-age novel about two human-like teen robots navigating high school, basketball, and potentially life-threatening consequences if their true origins are discovered...