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16th SEDUCTION


16th SEDUCTION
by James Patterson

Detective Lindsay Boxer faces a heart-stopping threat in the newest Women's Murder Club thriller.


Fifteen months ago, Detective Lindsay Boxer's life was perfect--she had a beautiful child and a doting husband, Joe, who helped her catch a criminal who'd brazenly detonated a bomb in downtown San Francisco, killing twenty-five people. But Joe wasn't everything that Lindsay thought he was, and she's still reeling from his betrayal as a wave of mysterious, and possibly unnatural, heart attacks claims seemingly unrelated victims across San Francisco. As if that weren't enough, the bomber she and Joe captured is about to go on trial, and his defense raises damning questions about Lindsay and Joe's investigation. Not knowing whom to trust, and struggling to accept the truth about the man she thought she knew, Lindsay must connect the dots of a deadly conspiracy before a brilliant criminal puts her on trial.

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PAUL McCARTNEY
PAUL McCARTNEY
by Philip Norman

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INVINCIBLE SUMMER
INVINCIBLE SUMMER
by Alice Adams

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MISCHLING
MISCHLING
by Affinity Konar

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MacARTHUR AT WAR
MacARTHUR AT WAR
by Walter R. Borneman

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WHY YOU LOVE MUSIC
WHY YOU LOVE MUSIC
by John Powell

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THEN WE CAME TO THE END
THEN WE CAME TO THE END
by Joshua Ferris
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LOVE & FRIENDSHIP
LOVE & FRIENDSHIP
by Whit Stillman

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CATASTROPHIC HAPPINESS
CATASTROPHIC HAPPINESS
by Catherine Newman

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THERE MUST BE SOME MISTAKE
THERE MUST BE SOME MISTAKE
by Frederick Barthelme

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PENGUINS OF AMERICA

PENGUINS OF AMERICA
by James Patterson and Jack Patterson with Florence Yue

A lavishly illustrated, humorous book from the world's #1 bestselling writer and his son that shows how humans and penguins really aren't that different after all.


Penguins--our lovable, cute, flightless friends who are constantly dressed for a formal occasion--have always fascinated humans. As we shuffle through life one day at a time, it's easy to take things far too seriously, but when we see penguins taking a walk in our shoes it's impossible not to recognize how silly we can actually be. Featuring humorous illustrations with captions that show penguins in the day-to-day situations that we've all experienced--from a relaxing day at the beach to a stressful morning commute--PENGUINS OF AMERICA is a hilarious and charming send-up of daily life.

CRAZY HOUSE


CRAZY HOUSE
by James Patterson with Gabrielle Charbonnet

Two sisters. One death sentence.


Twin sisters Cass and Becca have lived their whole life in a small, isolated town under the control of The United, an all-powerful government that believes a "separate but equal" society is the only way to ensure security and prosperity. Cass has always been the smart, responsible sister; Becca the wild, reckless twin. They've never been apart--until Becca disappears.

HOW TO BE A SUPERVILLAIN

HOW TO BE A SUPERVILLAIN
by Michael Fry

Victor Spoil comes from a long line of famous supervillains and he's fully expected to join their ranks one day. But to his family's utter disappointment, Victor doesn't have a single bad-guy bone in his body. He won't run with scissors, he always finishes his peas, and he can't stand to be messy. Hopeless!

THEFT BY FINDING


THEFT BY FINDING
by David Sedaris

One of the most anticipated books of 2017: Boston Globe, New York Times Book Review, New York's "Vulture", The Week, Bustle, BookRiot


For forty years, David Sedaris has kept a diary in which he records everything that captures his attention-overheard comments, salacious gossip, soap opera plot twists, secrets confided by total strangers. These observations are the source code for his finest work, and through them he has honed his cunning, surprising sentences.

THE WHITE ROAD

THE WHITE ROAD
by Sarah Lotz

A cutting-edge thriller about one man's quest to discover horror lurking at the top of the world.

Desperate to attract subscribers to his fledgling website, 'Journey to the Dark Side', ex-adrenalin junkie and slacker Simon Newman hires someone to guide him through the notorious Cwm Pot caves, so that he can film the journey and put it on the internet. With a tragic history, Cwm Pot has been off-limits for decades, and unfortunately for Simon, the guide he's hired is as unpredictable and dangerous as the watery caverns that lurk beneath the earth. After a brutal struggle for survival, Simon barely escapes with his life, but predictably, the gruesome footage he managed to collect down in the earth's bowels goes viral.

THE REMINDERS

THE REMINDERS
by Val Emmich

What happens when a girl who can't forget befriends a man who's desperate to remember?

Grief-stricken over his partner Sydney's death, Gavin sets fire to every reminder in the couple's home before fleeing Los Angeles for New Jersey, where he hopes to find peace with the family of an old friend. Instead, he finds Joan.

THE LONG DROP

THE LONG DROP
by Denise Mina

A standalone psychological thriller from the acclaimed author of the Alex Morrow novels that exposes the dark hearts of the guilty...and the innocent.

In 1950's Glasgow, a household of women were found slaughtered in their beds. The father, William Watt, had a cast iron alibi but police were convinced he was guilty. Determined to clear his name, Watt let it be known that he would pay for information. Step forward career criminal Peter Manuel, with compelling details only the murderer could know. Watt agreed to meet him. They spent twelve hours together, driving and drinking in Glasgow pubs and clubs. No one knows what happened that night. The next time they met was in the High Court where Peter Manuel was defending himself against the murder charges. He called Watt as a witness and quizzed him about their long, shady night together. A fictionalized imagining of a real life case, THE LONG DROP is an explosive novel about guilt, innocence and the power of a good story to hide the difference.

CRIME SONG

CRIME SONG
by David Swinson

The return of Frank Marr, the "refreshing" protagonist of one of the New York Times' Best Crime Novels of 2016

Frank Marr was a good cop with a bad habit, until his burgeoning addictions to alcohol and cocaine forced him into retirement from the DC police. Now barely eking out a living as a private investigator, he agrees to take on a family case: a favor for his aunt, who was like a second mother to him growing up.

DO I MAKE MYSELF CLEAR?

DO I MAKE MYSELF CLEAR?
by Harold Evans

A wise and entertaining guide to writing English the proper way by one of the greatest newspaper editors of our time.

Harry Evans has edited everything from the urgent files of battlefield reporters to the complex thought processes of Henry Kissinger. He's even been knighted for his services to journalism. In DO I MAKE MYSELF CLEAR?, he brings his indispensable insight to us all in his definite guide to writing well.

THE ILLUSTRATED ART OF MANLINESS

THE ILLUSTRATED ART OF MANLINESS
by Brett McKay

Founder of The Art of Manliness Brett McKay and bestselling illustrator Ted Slampyak write brilliantly illustrated articles to help men be the best fathers, brothers, sons, and men they can be. This book features their most essential work alongside dozens of never-before seen guides on subjects ranging from chivalry and self-defense to courage and car repair.

TWO AND TWO

TWO AND TWO
by Rafe Bartholomew

A deeply stirring memoir of growing up in New York City's oldest Irish bar.

McSorley's Old Ale House has been serving light and dark ale in New York City's East Village since 1854. Although a Supreme Court ruling forced them to allow women inside in the 1970s, many of the bar's quirks have been constant for over a century, down to the newspaper-covered walls, Houdini's handcuffs on display, the raw onions, and its sawdust-strewn floors.

THE DINNER PARTY

THE DINNER PARTY
by Joshua Ferris

These eleven stories by Joshua Ferris, many of which were first published in The New Yorker, are at once thrilling, strange, and comic. The modern tribulations of marriage, ambition, and the fear of missing out as the temptations flow like wine and the minutes of life tick down are explored with the characteristic wit and insight that have made Ferris one of our most critically acclaimed novelists.

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