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Kristy Cambron, Castle on the Rise , Thomas Nelson a storied castle; a band of rebels; a nation chasing a centuries-old dream of freedom and three women who rise above it all. Christopher Castellani, Leading Men , Viking story of desire, artistic ambition, and fidelity, set in the glamorous literary and film circles of s Italy. Sarah M. Eden, Healing Hearts , Shadow Mountain story of a plucky young woman fighting for happiness in Wyoming Territory, Eric Flint, Charles E.
Gannon, ; The Vatican Sanction , Baen graphic format historical series. Laurent Gaude, trans. Sulari Gentill, A Murder Unmentioned , Poisoned Pen historical crime thriller set in s and reflecting our own tumultuous times. Natalia Ginzburg, The City and the House , Arcade epistolary novel set against the background of Italy from to A story of love, friendship and hope in the darkest of places.
Lindsay Harrel, The Secrets of Paper and Ink , Thomas Nelson brought together by a charming bookstore in England, three women fight to defy expectations and dream new dreams. Bonnie Hobbs, Mollyfar , Five Star Texas ; novel follows the tempestuous love affair between a girl working in a brothel and a young cattle rancher. Frank King, ed. Eleanor Kuhns, The Shaker Murders , Severn House a peaceful Shaker community is rocked by a series of bizarre accidents, but is there more to them than first appears?
Soraya M. Marc Levy, trans. Elizabeth McCracken, Bowlaway , Ecco three generations of an unconventional New England family own and operate a candlepin bowling alley. Mandy Mikulencak, Forgiveness Road , A John Scognamiglio Book s Mississippi — lives of three generations of women are thrown in upheaval when a dark secret is exposed. Mary Monroe, One House Over , Dafina s rural Alabama — a portrait of two very different couples, whose fast friendship is no match for shattering betrayal. Patrice Sarath, Fog Season , Angry Robot a web of secrets and hidden identities ensnare two sisters and their family, in this historical fantasy sequel to The Sisters Mederos.
Sharma Shields, The Cassandra , Henry Holt follows a woman who goes to work in a top secret WW II research facility, only to be tormented by visions of what the mission will mean for humankind.
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Conclusion to Broken Kingdom series. Willow Wilson, The Bird King , Grove Press a fantastical journey set at the height of the Spanish Inquisition; a story of love vs power, religion vs faith and freedom vs safety. Guzel Yakhina, trans. Lisa C. Hayden, Zuleikha , Oneworld Russia — sent to a camp after the murder of her husband by communists, Zuleikha builds a new life far removed from the one she left behind. Jin Yong, trans. Alvey, Shadows of Athens , Orion first in murder mystery series set in Ancient Greece, featuring Philocles, an aspiring comic playwright.
Steve Berry, The Malta Exchange , Minotaur latest entry in the Cotton Malone series involves the Knights of Malta, papal conclave, and lost documents that could change history. Emily Brightwell, Mrs. Jeffries Delivers the Goods , Berkley latest installment in Victorian mysteries. Andrea Camilleri, trans. A portrait of the machinations of power and the difficult destiny of a local hero.
Jonathan Carr, Make Me a City , Henry Holt fictional account of the story of 19 th -c Chicago, tracing its rise from frontier settlement to industrial colossus. Charles W. Chesnutt, The Marrow of Tradition c. Ellory, Three Bullets , Orion conspiracy thriller set at time of Kennedy assassination in Jean Giono, trans. Sequel to The Walrus Mutterer. Joris-Karl Huysmans, trans. Theo Cuffe, Against Nature , Riverrun story of Jean des Esseintes, a nobleman who cuts himself off from polite society and dedicates himself to a life of decadence.
Roy Jacobsen, trans. Dinah Jefferies, The Missing Sister , Penguin s Rangoon: woman searches for baby sister who went missing 25 years earlier. Jaan Kross, trans. Greer Macallister, Woman 99 , Sourcebooks Landmark a historical thriller honoring the fierce women of the past, born into a world that denied them power but underestimated their strength. Sandra E. Antanas Sileika, Provisionally Yours , Biblioasis after the collapse of Czarist Russia, a former White counterintelligence office returns to his hometown in a fragment of the shattered Empire.
Eric Tarloff, The Woman in Black , Rare Bird spans America in the s in its exploration of film, fame, and how well we ever really know each other. Antonin Varenne, trans.
Guillermo Arriaga, trans. Jane Bailey, Mad Joy , Constable a tale displaced children, first love and the tragic secrets hidden behind so many respectable facades. Louis Bayard, Courting Mr. Lisa T. Natasha Carthew, All Rivers Run Free , Quercus a woman in a loveless marriage on the coast of Cornwall rescues a waif on the brink of death. Javier Cercas, trans. Bruce Cinnamon, The Melting Queen , NeWest mythological tale combines satire with compassion, based on the Edmonton tradition of crowning a queen when the ice breaks on the North Saskatchewan River.
Elizabeth Gilbert, City of Girls , Bloomsbury summer — coming-of-age stitched across the fabric of a lost New York.
Second in series. Cyr mysteries. Victoria Hetherington, Mooncalves , Now Or Never through its tale of buried crime in rural Quebec and the mechanism of cult leadership, novel explores the unshakable hold of first love, and the warped influence of unchecked ambition and sexual obsession. Biljana Jovanovic, trans. John K.
Cox , Dogs and Others , Istros Books s Belgrade; coming-of-age of a rebellious, overtly feminist, lesbian and somewhat neurotic young woman. Victorian detective novel that explores what it is to be human in inhumane times. Christian Kiefer, Phantoms , Liveright torn apart by war and bigotry, two families confront long-buried secrets in this novel of World War II and Vietnam. Robert Knott, Robert B. Sarah E. Jing-Jing Lee, How We Disappeared , Hanover Square novel set in Singapore , about a woman who survived the Japanese occupation and a man who thought he had lost everything.
James Markert, Midnight at the Tuscany Hotel , Thomas Nelson explores the mysteries of the mind, the truth behind lore, and the miracle of inspiration. Fiona McIntosh, The Pearl Thief , Penguin explores whether love and hope can ever overpower atrocity in a time of war and hate. Diane C. Cass Morris, From Unseen Fire , Daw historical fantasy set in an alternate Roman empire, where mages must conceal their power to navigate the vast and complex politics of the Republic. Ryohgo Narita, illus. Katsumi Enami, Baccano!
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Jay Parini, The Damascus Road , Doubleday brings to life Paul of Tarsus, a fascinating and ever-controversial figure, capturing his visionary passions and vast contradictions. Jane Rawson, From The Wreck , Picador survivor of a shipwreck off Australia in goes back into the past for answers about the disappearance of a fellow-survivor. Sofia Segovia, trans. Alisa Smith, Doublespeak , Thomas Dunne — historical thriller finds protagonist Lieutenant Lena Stillman on a journey back to her past.
Maryla Szymiczkowa, trans. Christopher Tilghman, Thomas and Beal in the Midi , Farrar, Strauss and Giroux young interracial couple escapes from Maryland to France in to begin a new life as winemakers in the Languedoc. Jan Vantoortelboom, trans. Vivien D. David Verbocht stands before the firing squad and looks back on his short and turbulent life. Kris Waldherr, The Lost History of Dreams , Touchstone a post-mortem photographer unearths dark secrets of the past that may hold the key to his future, in this gothic tradition debut novel.
Gwendolyn Womack, The Time Collector , Picador magical thriller about a psychometrist who can relive memories across centuries and experience history first-hand. James C. Kathleen Alcott, America Was Hard to Find , Ecco in the wake of an affair, the lives of an astronaut and a radical are forever altered by the political fault lines of the s. Sarah Blake, The Guest Book , Flatiron beginning in , novel looks at the racism and power that has been systemically embedded in the US for generations.
Bart Casey, The Vavasour Macbeth , Post Hill blending fiction with little-known facts from history and research, novel ranges from the Elizabethan and Jacobean courts to modern-day England. Jennifer Chiaverini, Resistance Women , HarperCollins saga that brings to life one courageous, passionate American—Mildred Fish Harnack—and her circle of women friends who waged a clandestine battle against Hitler in Nazi Berlin. Sally Cooper, With My Back to the World , James Street North stories of three women: Rudie, editing a documentary in Hamilton, ; artist Agnes Martin, who decides to begin painting again; and Ellen, a black woman burying her husband in on an Ontario homestead.
Jocelyn Cullity, The Envy of Paradise , Inanna fictional account of four people who played key roles during the uprising in Lucknow, one of the most significant resistances to English rule in India. Ann H. Gabhart, The Refuge , Revell story returns to the world of the Shakers in this exploration of the power of love and the bond of family. Victoria Hislop, Those Who Are Loved , Headline set against the backdrop of the German occupation of Greece, the subsequent civil war and a military dictatorship, all of which left deep scars.
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