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Another week, another batch of books for your TBR pile. Happy reading, folks.

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Colson Whitehead, Harlem Shuffle
(Doubleday)

“Two-time Pulitzer winner Whitehead (The Nickel Boys) returns with a sizzling heist novel set in civil rights–era Harlem.”
Publishers Weekly, starred review

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Julia Dahl, The Darkest Hours
(Minotaur Books)

“A fast-paced thriller with multiple perspectives.. [Dahl] provides a timely story about an always relevant topic.”
Library Journal

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Tori Eldridge, The Ninja Betrayed
(Agora Books)

“Eldridge’s series just keeps getting better. While readers can enjoy this book without having read the first two, a series highlight is Lily’s evolution and the complexity and growth of her relationships. Highly recommended for readers who enjoy strong heroines forging their own paths.”
Library Journal, starred review)

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Amanda Jayatissa, My Sweet Girl
(Berkley)

“The perfect thriller to kick off fall is here, and what better way to settle into the season than with a spellbinding tale about a young woman with a secret?”
Shondaland

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Hank Phillipi Ryan, Her Perfect Life
(Forge)

“Keep[s] the reader guessing about characters’ identities and different versions of events as the tension mounts…a well-crafted plot and strong female characters drive a satisfying psychological thriller.”
Kirkus Reviews, starred review

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Vito Racanelli, The Man in Milan
(Polis)

The Man in Milan is a refreshing yet gritty thriller. Vito Racanelli has produced a superb combination in Rossi and Turner, and readers will want to see more of them. Throw in a shocking airline disaster with a despicable motive behind it, and you have a gripping novel that deserves to be a hit.”
Bookreporter

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Liane Moriarty, Apples Never Fall
(Henry Holt)

“Combines domestic realism and noirish mystery. . . . The structure follows the pattern of Big Little Lies by setting up a mystery and then jumping months into the past to unravel it. Funny, sad, astute, occasionally creepy, and slyly irresistible.”
Kirkus Reviews, starred review

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Katie Lattari, Dark Things That I Adore
(Sourcebooks)

“This vengeful tale that pits artistic genius against mental health and happiness will captivate fans of dark suspense.”
Library Journal, starred review

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Stephanie Marie Thornton, A Most Clever Girl
(Berkley)

“Thornton’s latest blends Cold War espionage thriller and biographical fiction into an engaging, difficult-to-put down story that readers will savor.”
Booklist

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Mary Roach, Fuzz: When Nature Breaks the Law
(Norton)

“Bestseller Roach sheds light on nature’s malefactors in this often funny, always provocative survey…Roach’s writing is wry, full of heart, and loaded with intriguing facts.”
Publishers Weekly, starred review

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