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A look at the week’s best new releases.



Kate Atkinson, The Shrines of Gaiety

“[Atkinson] takes on London in the 1920s, masterfully capturing both its shimmer and its seediness…It’s a deliciously fun, absorbing read.”


Sarah Bonner, Her Perfect Twin
(Grand Central)

“Airtight, cat-and-mouse plotting with twists that will draw Gone Girl comparisons, this is a compulsively bingeable debut thriller.”


Iain Reid, We Spread
(Gallery/ Scout)

“Reid combines magnetic character development with clipped, eerie prose in this masterfully crafted psychological thriller that will keep the reader guessing until the very last word on the final page.”


Katherine St. John, The Vicious Circle
(William Morrow)

“[A] fun romantic adventure-thriller… St. John effectively ratchets up the suspense and the surprises. Lushly exotic locales and touches of humor add to tasty escapism that should please fans of Nine Perfect Strangers.”
–Publishers Weekly


C.J. Box, Treasure State

“Excellent. . . Box has rarely been better in his plotting. . . The story culminates with one of Box’s most satisfying payoffs.”
–Publishers Weekly


Elizabeth Brooks, The House in the Orchard
(Tin House)

“Exceptional. . . . Readers will scramble to decide whom to trust, as misplaced faith leads to deadly outcomes.”
–Kirkus Reviews


Kim Taylor Blakemore, The Deception
(Lake Union)

“Kim Taylor Blakemore’s The Deception captures the fascinating world of nineteenth-century mediums in this story of intrigue, deceit, and the otherworldly. Historical fiction lovers will delight in the wonderfully captured details and the mystical elements at the center of this novel. A must-read!”
–Lydia Kang


Archer Mayor, Fall Guy

“Another winner in one of the best American procedural series.”


Leanna Renee Hieber, Andrea Janes, A Haunted History of Invisible Women

“Delightfully harrowing and full of spine-tingling horrors, A Haunted History of Invisible Women is not your average book of ghost stories. Hieber and Janes go far beyond the obvious thrills and chills, providing fascinating context and lavish detail in this incredibly empathetic book as they gently remind us not only of what we are but what we may become.” —Deanna Raybourn


Ainslie Hogarth, Motherthing

“A darkly comic, kaleidoscopic novel of unhealthy fixations, love, murder, the gifts and wounds that family can inflict and one woman’s fight to save herself.”
–Shelf Awareness

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