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New in Paperback

Whether it's a hardcover reprinted in paperback, or a new book that just released in paperback, we're rounding up fiction and nonfiction titles worthy of your attention in our New in Paperback feature. Feel free to dog-ear the pages and fold back the covers!

Week of September 25, 2017

Paperback releases for the week of September 25th include VICTORIA, the nationally bestselling novel by Daisy Goodwin, who draws on Queen Victoria’s diaries to bring the young 19th-century monarch, who would go on to reign for 63 years, richly to life; FATAL, a riveting thriller from John Lescroart about the unexpected, shattering and lethal consequences of a one-night stand on a seemingly happily married couple; Martin Cruz Smith's THE GIRL FROM VENICE, a suspenseful World War II love story set against the beauty, mystery and danger of occupied Venice; and DIFFERENT CLASS by Joanne Harris, a tale of psychological suspense about a sociopathic young outcast at an antiquated prep school and the curmudgeonly Latin teacher who uncovers his dangerous secret.

Week of September 18, 2017

Paperback releases for the week of September 18th include MOONGLOW by Michael Chabon, a novel of truth and lies, family legends and existential adventure --- and the forces that work to destroy us; THE SLEEPING BEAUTY KILLER, Mary Higgins Clark and Alafair Burke's third Under Suspicion novel, which follows television producer Laurie Moran as she tries to help a woman she believes was wrongfully convicted of killing her fiancé; SOUL AT THE WHITE HEAT, a collection of critical and personal essays on writing, obsession and inspiration from National Book Award winner Joyce Carol Oates; and MOSCOW NIGHTS by Nigel Cliff, which tells the dramatic story of Van Cliburn, a remarkable young Texan pianist who played his way through the wall of fear built by the Cold War, won the hearts of the American and Russian people, and eased tensions between two superpowers on the brink of nuclear war.

Week of September 11, 2017

Paperback releases for the week of September 11th include THE FIX by David Baldacci, which marks the return of the detective who can forget nothing, Amos Decker, who previously starred in MEMORY MAN and THE LAST MILE; BETWEEN BREATHS, Elizabeth Vargas' inspiring memoir in which she discusses her accounts of growing up with anxiety and how she dealt with it as she came of age, to her eventually turning to alcohol for relief; LOVE WARRIOR, Oprah's 2016 Book Club Selection that tells the story of Glennon Doyle's journey of self-discovery after the implosion of her marriage; and GRAND CENTRAL by Sam Roberts, which allows readers to peek into the secret and unseen areas of Grand Central Terminal --- from the tunnels, to the command center, to the hidden passageways.

Week of September 4, 2017

Paperback releases for the week of September 4th include BEING MORTAL, in which practicing surgeon Atul Gawande tackles the hardest challenge of his profession --- how medicine can improve not only life but also the process of its ending; BORN TO RUN, a revelatory memoir by legendary rock star Bruce Springsteen, who tells for the first time the story of the personal struggles that inspired his best work; THE LOST CITY OF THE MONKEY GOD, bestselling author Douglas Preston's shocking and riveting account of his pioneering journey into the unknown heart of the world's densest jungle; and THE WONDER by Emma Donoghue, in which an English nurse who is brought to a small Irish village to observe what appears to be a miracle --- a girl said to have survived without food for months --- soon finds herself fighting to save the child's life.

Week of August 28, 2017

Paperback releases for the week of August 28th include OUR REVOLUTION, in which Bernie Sanders shares his personal experiences from the 2016 campaign trail, recounting the details of his historic primary fight and the people who made it possible; THE JEALOUS KIND, the latest addition to James Lee Burke's Holland Family series, an atmospheric coming-of-age story set in 1950s Texas, as the specter of the Korean War looms; THIS WAS A MAN, the seventh and final volume in Jeffrey Archer’s Clifton Chronicles, which brings the epic saga of the Clifton family’s love, loss and ambition to a stunning conclusion; and ROGUE HEROES by Ben Macintyre, the incredible untold story of World War II's greatest secret fighting force.

Week of August 21, 2017

Paperback releases for the week of August 21st include IF NOT FOR YOU by Debbie Macomber, an emotionally stirring novel that shows how sometimes a choice can seem wrong even though it’s absolutely right; Anna Kendrick's SCRAPPY LITTLE NOBODY, a collection of humorous autobiographical essays by the Academy Award-nominated actress and star of Pitch Perfect, Twilight, Up in the Air, Into the Woods and Trolls; and PILGRIMAGE by Mark K. Shriver, a down-to-earth and deeply intimate portrait of Pope Francis and his faith, based on interviews with the men and women who knew him simply as Jorge Mario Bergoglio.

Week of August 14, 2017

Paperback releases for the week of August 14th include Stephanie Gangi's debut novel, THE NEXT, a love story about a ghost who is determined to fix her life, even after she’s dead; KAROLINA'S TWINS by Ronald H. Balson, a saga inspired by the true events of a Holocaust survivor’s quest to return to Poland and fulfill a promise; and FORTY AUTUMNS, in which former American military intelligence officer Nina Willner tells the true story of her family --- of five women separated by the Iron Curtain for more than 40 years, and their miraculous reunion after the fall of the Berlin Wall.

Week of August 7, 2017

Paperback releases for the week of August 7th include A LIFE IN PARTS, a poignant, funny and inspiring memoir --- both a coming-of-age story and a meditation on creativity, devotion and craft --- from Bryan Cranston, the beloved star of "Breaking Bad"; THE STORY OF KULLERVO, the first publication of a previously unknown work of fantasy by J.R.R. Tolkien; and CRUEL BEAUTIFUL WORLD by Caroline Leavitt, which finds a 16-year-old girl about to run away with a much older man to live off the grid in rural Pennsylvania, a rash act that will have vicious repercussions for both her and her older sister.

Week of July 31, 2017

Paperback releases for the week of July 31st include FAITHFUL by Alice Hoffman, a soul-searching story about a young woman struggling to redefine herself; DAMAGED, the fourth installment in Lisa Scottoline's legal thriller series starring Philadelphia lawyers Bennie Rosato and Mary DiNunzio; THE BOOK THAT MATTERS MOST, an enthralling novel from Ann Hood about love, loss, secrets, friendship and the healing power of literature; I’M SUPPOSED TO PROTECT YOU FROM ALL THIS by Nadja Spiegelman, a memoir of mothers and daughters --- and mothers as daughters --- traced through four generations; and INCARCERATION NATIONS, in which Baz Dreisinger goes behind bars in nine countries to investigate the current conditions in prisons worldwide.

Week of July 24, 2017

Paperback releases for the week of July 24th include BRIDGET JONES'S BABY by Helen Fielding, which tells us what happened between THE EDGE OF REASON and MAD ABOUT THE BOY, revealing how our heroine came to be a mum; Faye Kellerman's BONE BOX, in which Rina Lazarus makes a shocking discovery in the woods of her upstate New York community that leads her husband, police detective Peter Decker, through a series of gruesome, decades old, unsolved murders, pointing to a diabolical serial killer who’s been hiding in plain sight; and Liane Moriarty's novel, TRULY MADLY GUILTY, in which the author shows how guilt can expose the fault lines in the most seemingly strong relationships, how what we don’t say can be more powerful than what we do, and how sometimes it is the most innocent of moments that can do the greatest harm.