Full List of New Arrivals



“Apeirogon: A Novel” by Colum McCann — “McCann performs his own epic balancing act between life and art, writing with stunning lyricism and fluent empathy as he traces the ripple effects of violence and grief, beauty, and the miraculous power of friendship and love, valor and truth.”Booklist (starred review)

“Coming Up for Air” by Sarah Leipciger — “Coming Up for Air is effervescent and audacious — a novel in which kicking for the surface, no matter how desperate the odds, is always worthwhile.” — Foreword Reviews, starred review

“Devoted” by Dean R. Koontz — “Koontz taps into one of literature’s oldest themes, the monster versus the innocents. … Scary, sickening (in that good way), and touching, this is a novel that will delight both the author’s legion of fans and those who finally decide it’s time to find out what this guy Koontz is all about.” — David Pitt. AMERICAN LIBRARY ASSOCIATION, c2020.

Feast Your Eyes: A Novel” by Myla Goldberg — “Goldberg evocatively profiles a brilliant woman whose identities—as woman, artist, and mother—are inseparable from one another… a memorable portrait of one artist’s life.” Publishers Weekly 

“The German House: A Novel” by Anette Hess — “From the first page THE GERMAN HOUSE creates a movie in the reader’s mind and it doesn’t tear off until the last chapter.” — (Der Spiegel / Literaturspiegel, Claudia Voigt)

The Girl with the Louding Voice: A Novel” by Abi Dar — “Captivating… Daré’s arresting prose provides a window into the lives of Nigerians of all socioeconomic levels and shows readers the beauty and humor that may be found even in the midst of harrowing experiences.” —Booklist

“The Miracles of the Namiya General Store” by Keigo Hashino –“Those used to Higashino’s more high-octane plots will discover a new side to the author in this satisfying outing.”―Publisher’s Weekly

“Ninth House (Alex Stern)” by Leigh Bardugo — “Instantly gripping…Creepy and thrilling…The world of this book is so consistent and enveloping that pages seem to rush by.” – BookPage (starred review)

“On Sunset Beach: The Chesapeake Diaries” by Mariah Stewart — “Mariah Stewart’s rich characterization, charming setting, and a romance you’ll never forget will have you packing your bags for St. Dennis.”—#1 New York Times bestselling author Robyn Carr

“The Red Lotus: A Novel” by Chris Bohjalian — “In this tightly drawn, steadily hair-raising thriller, Bohjalian once again demonstrates his keen affinity for strong, capable female protagonists, while his masterful merging of setting and plot delivers a cerebral and dramatic dive into what happens when love turns to agony.” —Booklist

“St. Francis Society of Wayward Pets: A Novel” by Annie England Noblin — “Noblin’s books are known for their connection to pets, and the animals are present here… Despite some heavy subject matter…the story is funny and light. Readers will bond with Maeve and her sweet disposition.” (Booklist)

“The Girl with the Louding Voice: A Novel” by Abi Dare — “Captivating… Daré’s arresting prose provides a window into the lives of Nigerians of all socioeconomic levels and shows readers the beauty and humor that may be found even in the midst of harrowing experiences.” —Booklist

When You See Me: A Novel (Detective D. D. Warren)” by Lisa Gardner — ” “A stunner of a tale that finds [Gardner] at the top of her game…[a] relentlessly riveting psychological thriller that never lets up and never lets us down.”–Providence Journal

“The World That We Knew: A Novel” by Alice Hoffman (large print) — “An exceptionally voiced tale of deepest love and loss…one of [Hoffman’s] finest. WWII fiction has glutted the market, but Hoffman’s unique brand of magical realism and the beautiful, tender yet devastating way she explores her subject make this a standout.”BOOKLIST (STARRED REVIEW)


The Boy From the Woods” by Harlan Coben — “Intense from the first page, with dramatic plot twists… Fans of complex heroes caught up in world-changing events will relish this latest from a master storyteller.” — Library Journal, Pick of the Month (March 2020)

“A Fountain Filled with Blood” by Julia Spencer-Fleming– “”Serious issues…add depth to the story. An exciting mountain rescue keeps the pages turning as the pace picks up at the end.”-Booklist

“Odd Partners: An Anthology” by Anne Perry — “Unlikely pairs join forces to crack a slew of intriguing cases in an anthology edited by New York Times bestselling author Anne Perry, featuring original stories by Jacqueline Winspear, Jeffery Deaver, Allison Brennan, Charles Todd, and many more, including Perry herself.” —

“Careless Whiskers” by Miranda James — “When librarian Charlie Harris’ daughter is falsely accused of murder, he and his faithful feline Diesel must leap forward to crack the case in this all-new installment in the New York Times bestselling series.” —  

“Gallows Court” by Martin Edwards (large print) — “Superb-a pitch-perfect blend of Golden Age charm and sinister modern suspense, with a main character to die for. This is the book Edwards was born to write.” – Lee Child, #1 New York Times bestselling author

“The House Next Door: Thrillers” by James Patterson — “Patterson has mastered the art of writing page-turning bestsellers.”―Chicago Sun-Times

“Lethal Pursuit” by Will Thomas — “High adventure recommended for fans of Victorian-era thrillers, who will find the rich aroma from Barker’s meerschaum pipe thoroughly intoxicating.” ―Booklist

“Trace Elements” by Donna Leon — “Venice Commissario of Police Guido Brunetti and his partner Claudia Griffoni are called to the bedside of a dying woman as this latest outing begins . . . The heat and blinding sunlight reflecting off the buildings and water become characters, too, in Leon’s well-crafted, atmospheric mystery.”Library Journal

“Victim 2117: A Department Q Novel” by Jussi Adler-Olsen — ” “Adler-Olsen supplies everything you could possibly want from a thriller and much, much more.”—Kirkus


“House Lessons: Renovating a Life” by Erica Bauermeister — “This beautifully written memoir is for anyone who has wondered where home is and how to find it, fix it, love it, and leave it for later as well. We are lucky to be along for the ride.”—Laurie Frankel, New York Times bestselling author of This Is How It Always Is

“The Lady’s Handbook for her Mysterious Illness: A Memoir” by Sarah Ramey — “A visceral, scathing, erudite read that digs deep into how modern medicine continues to fail women and what can be done about it.” Booklist, Starred Review

“Shadow on the Mountain: A Yazidi Memoir of Terror, Resistance and Hope” by Jeffrey Shaker — “A compelling, poignant, and mesmerizing account of the Yazidi people of northwestern Iraq, as seen through the eyes of a young man who experienced the hopes, heartbreaks and tragedies of the past two decades in the ‘Land of the Two Rivers.’ …. His innumerable battles with extremists, serious wounds, and ultimately infiltration of ISIS are nothing short of epic and make Shadow on the Mountain an incredible read.”―General David Petraeus, US Army (Ret), former commander of US Central Command, and former Director of the CIA

“The Splendid and the Vile: A Saga of Churchill, Family and Defiance During the Blitz” by Erik Larson — “Through the remarkably skillful use of intimate diaries as well as public documents, some newly released, Larson has transformed the well-known record of 12 turbulent months, stretching from May of 1940 through May of 1941, into a book that is fresh, fast and deeply moving. . . . Larson’s deft portraits show the essential connection that words created between the powerful and the powerless, capturing the moments that defined life for millions struggling to survive the decisions of a few.”—Candice Millard, The New York Times Book Review

“Untamed” by Glennon Doyle — “An emotional gut punch . . . an in-depth look at a courageous woman eager to share the wealth of her experiences by embracing vulnerability and reclaiming her inner strength and resiliency. Doyle offers another lucid, inspiring chronicle of female empowerment and the rewards of self-awareness and renewal.”Kirkus Reviews


“The Adventurer’s Son: A Memoir” by Roman Dial — “A haunting, beautifully-crafted narrative by one of the renowned wilderness explorers of our time. Above all else, The Adventurer’s Son is a sensitive tribute to a son who never emerged from his journey into the rainforests of Central America. Riveting and complex, this is a book that will remain with you long after you’ve turned the last page.” —(REBECCA MARTIN, President, Exploration Connections, and Founding Director, National Geographic Expeditions Council)

“All About Dinner: Simple Meals, Expert Advice” by Molly Stevens — “Molly Stevens is one of the most generous, gifted cooking teachers I know. Her excitement and culinary depth are at full tilt boogie in All About Dinner as she coaches you to become a smarter, more present cook. Whether you’re new to cooking or well-seasoned in the kitchen, you’ll be using this book for years to come.” — – Andrea Nguyen, author of The Pho Cookbook and Vietnamese Food Any Day

“An Almost Zero Waste Life: Learning How to Embrace Less to Live More” by Megean Weldon — “Author Megean Weldon, aka The Zero Waste Nerd, gently guides you on an attainable, inspirational, mindful, and completely realistic journey to a sustainable living lifestyle with tips, strategies, recipes, and DIY projects for reducing waste—presented in one approachable, beautifully designed, and illustrated guide.” —

The Back Roads to March : The Unsung, Uheralded, and Uknown Heroes of a College Basketball Season” by John Feinstein — “In this fascinating history, sportswriter Feinstein (A Season on the Brink) takes a look at lesser-known college basketball teams. In order to explore the ‘real joys of college basketball,’ Feinstein eschews the big money and future NBA stars of celebrated universities to focus on the sheer love of the game that characterizes smaller schools, covering the 2018 basketball season from November to the March playoffs. . . It’s all net for Feinstein’s passionate basketball history.”
Publishers Weekly (starred review)

“The Blue Zones Kitchen: 100 Recipes to Live to 100” by Dan Buettner — “Building on decades of research, longevity expert Dan Buettner has gathered 100 recipes inspired by the Blue Zones, home to the healthiest and happiest communities in the world. Each dish …uses ingredients and cooking methods proven to increase longevity, wellness, and mental health. … Innovative, easy to follow, and delicious, these healthy living recipes make the Blue Zones lifestyle even more attainable, thereby improving your health, extending your life, and filling your kitchen with happiness.” —

“Breathing for Warriors: Master Your Breath to Unlock More Strength, Greater Endurance, Sharper Precision, Faster Recovery, and an Unshakable Inner Game” by Belisa Vranich — “A treasure of information on how to get the most out of your mind and body. It all starts with breathing!” –Bas Rutten, UFC Heavyweight Champion.

“The Cider Revival : Dispatches from the Orchard” by Jason Wilson — “Wilson is a passionate guide who brings readers on an encyclopedic journey through the cult of cider and its resident obsessives. From unraveling the history of the apple to exploring the intricacies of flavor, THE CIDER REVIVAL reveals the love and labor that goes into a timeless beverage that’s full of surprises.”– Bianca Bosker, author of Cork Dork

Death in Mud Lick: A Coal Country Fight Against the Drug Companies that Delivered the Opoid Epidemic” by Eric Eyre — “Packed with colorful details and startling statistics, this page-turning journalistic thriller shines a brilliant spotlight on a national tragedy.” —Publishers Weekly, starred review

“Decoding Boys: New Science Behind the Subtle Art of Raising Sons” by Cara Matterson, M.D. — “Decoding Boys is the ultimate guide to help you understand and raise your boys with acceptance and perspective. Reading it is like having an empathetic, really smart friend who totally gets what you are going through and is helpful every step of the way!”—Mallika Chopra, author of Living with Intent

“Facebook: The Inside Story” by Steven Levy — “The social-media behemoth Facebook comes across as an idealistic but also shady, exploitative, and increasingly beleaguered entity in this clear-eyed history… Levy had extensive access to Facebook employees and paints a revealing and highly critical portrait of the company as it wrangled with charges that it violated users’ privacy by sharing their data with advertisers and political operatives, and served as a vector for manipulative fake news, pro-Trump Russian propaganda, and hate speech.”—Publishers Weekly

“Feast Your Eyes: A Novel” by Myla Goldberg — “Goldberg evocatively profiles a brilliant woman whose identities—as woman, artist, and mother—are inseparable from one another… a memorable portrait of one artist’s life.” Publishers Weekly 

“The Genius of Women : From Overlooked to Changing the World” by Janice Kaplan — “Kaplan’s writing style is engaging and full of relatable examples… Readers will be enlightened, stupefied, and provoked in turn, as Kaplan repeatedly harpoons ingrained notions about genius being the exclusive domain of men… Expect this well-reasoned account to generate a lot of interest and conversation.”
Booklist (starred review)

Healing Lyme Beyond Antibiotics: A Personal Account of Winning the Battle Against Lyme Disease” by Isabella S. Oehry — “A chance remark by her niece about a natural remedy inspired Isa to investigate alternative healing methods. After an extensive search she found the treatment she needed and recovered fully. Healing Lyme Beyond Antibiotics tells the story of Isa’s successful recovery, but is more than a guide on how to cure oneself from Lyme disease by natural means. It also informs the reader about the bacteria that cause the illness, offers detailed information about bacterial hosts and reservoirs, and gives advice on how to protect oneself from getting infected.” —

“How Things Work : The Inner Life of Everyday Machines” by Theodore W. Gray — “A stunning coffee-table book with detailed photos. [Author] Theodore Gray explores how everyday things work in great detail, going so far as to build some of them himself, and provides a new perspective on these objects that most of us would never have unless we knew them intimately…What Gray did in his previous books about elements, molecules, and reactions, he has now done for the mechanical systems that run our world, and the result is a beautiful appreciation for systems we all often overlook.”―Ars Technica

“Living in the Long Emergency: Global Crisis, the Failure of the Futurists, and the Early Adapters Who Are Showing Us the Way Forward” by James Howard Kunstler — “You won’t find a better, more concise summary of what’s really happening, the predicaments we face, and real-life examples of how ordinary people are responding. Optimism for the future begins with the awareness that things cannot continue as they have been. This book jumps that hurdle, and explores the past, the present, and the future in a way that is ultimately and surprisingly optimistic.” —Chris Martenson, author of The Crash Course and blogger at

“Mending Life: A Handbook for Repairing Clothes and Hearts” by Nina Montenegro — Mending Life is a beautifully illustrated, practical tool kit for repairing the clothes and belongings we love. It is also an exploration of how mending can be a gently healing practice in our daily lives and a small act of rebellion in a world where many things are discarded without thought.” —

“No One Is Too Small to Make a Difference” by Greta Thunberg” — “Thunberg has always been refreshingly—and necessarily—blunt in her demands for action from world leaders who refuse to address climate change. With clarity and unbridled passion, she presents her message that climate change is an emergency that must be addressed immediately, and she fills her speeches with punchy sound bites delivered in her characteristic pull-no-punches style. . . . A tiny book . . . with huge potential impact.” Kirkus, starred review

“Our House is on Fire: Scenes of a Family and Planet in Crisis” by Greta Thunberg — ““An urgent, lucid, courageous account. . . . [E]veryone with an interest in the future of the planet should read this book. It is a clear-headed diagnosis. It is a glimpse of a saner world. It is fertile with hope.” The Guardian

“Pastry Love : A Baker’s Journal of Favorite Recipes” by Joanne Chang — “Joanne does more than just share her recipes. She also shares her love for what she does, and that’s what all great bakers and chefs do—they teach you to cook for the soul, not just the palate. First you find love for baking, then you bake.” –Dominique Ansel, Chef/Owner, Dominique Ansel Bakery and Kitchen

“Saving Jemima: Life and Love with a Hard-Luck Jay” by Julie Zickefoose — “A most intimate book about life, change, and the care of a nestling blue jay… Zickefoose has produced another hard-to-put-down winner!”—Booklist, *starred* review

“The Stars in Our Pockets: Getting Lost and Sometimes Found in the Digital Age” by Howard Axelrod” — “Axelrod provides powerful arguments against today’s all-encompassing digital world in this concise and insightful meditation.”—Publishers Weekly

Successful Aging: A Neuroscientist Explores the Power and Potential of Our Lives” by Daniel J. Levitin — “Levitin believes the most important factors in predicting how well we might age are conscientiousness, our childhood experiences, exercise (especially outdoors), and social interactions. His most sage suggestion, nestled at the end of the book, is timeless: ‘Practice gratitude for what you have.’”Booklist

“Sweet Maple : Backyard Sugarmaking from Tap to Table” by Michelle Visser — “Michelle masterfully walks the reader through not only the romance of sugaring, but also the practical steps of each part of the process. And thankfully, the mouth-watering maple-infused recipes can be made by anyone.”  — Jill Winger, blogger at

“Talking to Strangers: What We Should Know about the People We Don’t Know” by Malcolm Gladwell — “Gladwell’s case studies are thrilling…Chock-full of gripping anecdotes from the recent and forgotten past. He uses these riveting stories to offer up bite-size observations about how we engage with strangers.”―Maggie Taft, Booklist

“The Ultimate Retirement Guide for 50+: Winning Strategies to Make Your Money Last a Lifetime” by Suze Orman — “Suze knows money decisions are never just about money. She understands your hopes, your fears, your wishes, and your desires for your own life as well as for your loved ones. She will guide you on how to let go of regret and fear, and with her unparal­leled knowledge and unique empathy, she will reveal practical and personal steps so you can always live your Ultimate Retirement life.” —

“Under Pressure: Confronting the Epidemic of Stress and Anxiety in Girls” — Lisa Damour PH.D. — “Clinical psychologist Damour thoughtfully and compassionately discusses the many pitfalls faced by adolescent girls today. . . . This is a remarkably thorough and accessible guide for raising girls into strong, independent women.”Publishers Weekly

“Untamed” by Glennon Doyle — “An emotional gut punch . . . an in-depth look at a courageous woman eager to share the wealth of her experiences by embracing vulnerability and reclaiming her inner strength and resiliency. Doyle offers another lucid, inspiring chronicle of female empowerment and the rewards of self-awareness and renewal.”Kirkus Reviews

A Very Stable Genius: Donald J. Trump’s Testing of America” by Philip Rucker — “… this taut and terrifying book is among the most closely observed accounts of Donald J. Trump’s shambolic tenure in office to date. . . . Their newspaper’s ominous, love-it-or-hate-it motto is ‘Democracy Dies in Darkness.’ A Very Stable Genius flicks the lights on from its first pages.”—Dwight Garner, New York Times

“Wildhood : The Epic Journey from Adolescence to Adulthood in Humans and Other Animals” by Barabara Natterson-Horowitz — “An incredibly fascinating read, Wildhood illuminates what humans can learn from the animal world and how all species are more connected to one another than they may appear.” Booklist, starred review

“Yoga for Low Back and Hip Health” by Cyndi Roberts –“Written by private yoga instructor Cyndi Roberts, Yoga For Low Back and Hip Health teaches you how to safely practice restorative and gentle yoga poses at home to relieve pain” —


“The Book Woman of Troublesome Creek: A Novel” by Kim Michele Richardson — “Kim Michele Richardson has written a fascinating novel about people almost forgotten by history: Kentucky’s pack-horse librarians and “blue people.” The factual information alone would make this book a treasure, but with her impressive storytelling and empathy, Richardson gives us so much more.” (Ron Rash, New York Times bestselling author of One Foot in Eden and Serena)

“The Impossible First: From Fire to Ice — Crossing Antarctica Alone” by Colin O’Brady — “Harrowing… An unforgettable memoir of perseverance, survival, daring to dream big, and showing the world how to make the impossible possible.” —Booklist (Starred Review)

“Nothing Ventured” by Jeffrey Archer — “A story that builds in intensity . . . Archer’s numerous fans will appreciate another dramatic, character-driven mystery set in the world of art, police work, and court trials.” ―Library Journal (starred review)

“Robert B. Parker’s The Bitterest Pill” by Reed Farrel Coleman — “Exceptional…Coleman stays faithful to the spirit of Parker’s characters without sticking to the status quo.”—Publishers Weekly (starred review)


“Anthorpocene: The Human Epoch” by Jennifer Baichwal
“A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood”
“How to Train Your Dragon: Homecoming”
“Rambo, Lost Blood”




Almost Time” by Gary D. Schmidt
“Fry Bread: A Native American Family Story” by Kevin Novel Maillard




“Summer Story (Brambly Hedge)” by Jill Barklem — “-…the most researched-crammed fantasy ever set before small children…” – Sunday Times Magazine


“Dreams from Many Rivers: A Hispanic History of the United States Told in Poems” by Margarita Engle — “Ambitiously covering more than 500 years of history, Engle brings an imaginative and personal voice to an impressive variety of perspectives . . . the poems tell of resistance to colonialism, of the courage and anguish of indigenous lives that were changed forever by the arrival of the Spanish, of the incessant greed, and of resilience.” ―Booklist on Dreams from Many Rivers


“The Book of Dust: The Secret Commonwealth (Book of Dust, Volume 2)” by Philip Pullman — “A big novel full of big ideas, big characters and big sorrows. . . This book feels like a response to the darkness of our time.”—NPR