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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 April 23, 2018

Paperback releases for the week of April 23rd include THE MIDNIGHT LINE, the 22nd installment in Lee Child's series starring Jack Reacher, who this time embarks on a harrowing journey to find the rightful owner of a class ring he spotted in a pawn shop window and return it to her; COME SUNDOWN by Nora Roberts, a novel of suspense, family ties and twisted passions; SAME BEACH, NEXT YEAR, which marks a return to Dorothea Benton Frank's magical Lowcountry of South Carolina, where two couples begin a friendship that will last more than 20 years and transform their lives; and IN THE GREAT GREEN ROOM, Amy Gary's fascinating biography of Margaret Wise Brown, author of the beloved children’s classics GOODNIGHT MOON and THE RUNAWAY BUNNY.

Week of April 16, 2018

Paperback releases for the week of April 16th include THE GOOD DAUGHTER, a spellbinding blend of cold-case thriller and psychological suspense from Karin Slaughter that has this intriguing tagline: Two girls are forced into the woods at gunpoint. One runs for her life. One is left behind.; THE RISE AND FALL OF D.O.D.O. by Neal Stephenson and Nicole Galland, a near-future thriller combining history, science, magic, mystery, intrigue and adventure that questions the very foundations of the modern world; and SECRETS OF THE TULIP SISTERS, Susan Mallery's charming tale about the problem with secrets, the power of love and the unbreakable bond between sisters.

Week of April 9, 2018

Paperback releases for the week of April 9th include James Patterson's THE PEOPLE VS. ALEX CROSS, which finds Alex Cross on the wrong side of the law as he awaits trial for murder; THE ROAD TO JONESTOWN by Jeff Guinn, the definitive story of preacher Jim Jones, who was responsible for the Jonestown Massacre, the largest murder-suicide in American history; RISE AND SHINE, BENEDICT STONE, a gem of a novel from Phaedra Patrick about family, forgiveness and one man's second chance at happiness; and Michelle Richmond's THE MARRIAGE PACT, a relentlessly paced novel of psychological suspense that asks: How far is too far when it comes to protecting your marriage?

Week of April 2, 2018

Paperback releases for the week of April 2nd include THE TEA GIRL OF HUMMINGBIRD LANE by Lisa See, a moving novel about tradition, tea farming, and the bonds between mothers and daughters; David Grann's KILLERS OF THE FLOWER MOON, a twisting, haunting, true-life murder mystery about one of the most monstrous crimes in American history; THE RULES DO NOT APPLY, a powerful memoir from Ariel Levy about the choices she makes in her search for adventure, meaning and love; I KNOW A SECRET by Tess Gerritsen, which finds Boston PD detective Jane Rizzoli and medical examiner Maura Isles pursuing a shadowy psychopath who is keeping secrets and taking lives; and WHERE THE LIGHT FALLS, a rich and sweeping novel of courage, duty, sacrifice and love set during the French Revolution from Allison Pataki and her brother, Owen Pataki.

Week of March 19, 2018

Paperback releases for the week of March 19th include END GAME by David Baldacci, which marks the return of CIA assassins Will Robie and Jessica Reel, who are sent to investigate the disappearance of their handler, code-named Blue Man --- and find themselves up against an adversary with superior firepower and a home-court advantage; THE CONFESSIONS OF YOUNG NERO, Margaret George's novel about Emperor Nero, one of the most notorious and misunderstood figures in history, and his ruthless ascension to the throne; and THE DEVIL AND WEBSTER, a twisty novel from Jean Hanff Korelitz about a college president, a baffling student protest, and some of the most hot-button issues on today's college campuses.

Week of March 12, 2018

Paperback releases for the week of March 12th include Don Winslow's novel, THE FORCE, a haunting and heartbreaking story of greed and violence, inequality and race, crime and injustice, retribution and redemption that reveals the seemingly insurmountable tensions between the police and the diverse citizens they serve; JACKIE'S GIRL, an endearing coming-of-age memoir by a young woman who spent 13 years as Jackie Kennedy’s personal assistant and occasional nanny --- and the lessons about life and love she learned from the glamorous first lady; NEVER LET YOU GO by Chevy Stevens, a chilling, twisting thriller that explores the darkest heart of love and obsession; and Jami Attenberg's ALL GROWN UP, in which a 39-year-old single, childfree woman defies convention as she seeks connection.​

Week of March 5, 2018

Paperback releases for the week of March 5th include CAMINO ISLAND, John Grisham's thriller from last year that opens with a gang of thieves staging a daring heist from a vault deep below Princeton University’s Firestone Library --- and the action never lets up from there; THE LYING GAME, an instant New York Times bestseller from Ruth Ware, who has written a chilling novel of friendship, secrets, and the dangerous games that teenage girls play; THE RADIUM GIRLS by Kate Moore, which fully illuminates the inspiring young women exposed to the "wonder" substance of radium, and their awe-inspiring strength in the face of almost impossible circumstances; and THE CHILD, Fiona Barton's latest work of psychological suspense about a journalist who finds herself the keeper of unexpected secrets that erupt in the lives of three women --- and torn between what she can and cannot tell.

Week of February 26, 2018

Paperback releases for the week of February 26th include EXIT WEST, Mohsin Hamid's astonishingly visionary love story that imagines the forces that drive ordinary people from their homes into the uncertain embrace of new lands; HOUSE OF SPIES by Daniel Silva, which finds legendary spy, assassin and art restorer Gabriel Allon determined to hunt down the world’s most dangerous terrorist, a shadowy ISIS mastermind known only as Saladin; THIS CLOSE TO HAPPY, Daphne Merkin’s rare, vividly personal account of what it feels like to suffer from clinical depression; and Helene Cooper's MADAME PRESIDENT, the harrowing but triumphant story of Ellen Johnson Sirleaf --- leader of the Liberian women’s movement, winner of the Nobel Peace Prize, and the first democratically elected female president in African history.

Week of February 19, 2018

Paperback releases for the week of February 19th include SMALL GREAT THINGS, a page-turning novel from Jodi Picoult that will lead readers to question everything they know about privilege, power and race; THE LAST TUDOR by Philippa Gregory, which features one of the most famous women in history, Lady Jane Grey, and her two sisters, each of whom dared to defy her queen; THE IDENTICALS, Elin Hilderbrand's novel about identical twin sisters who couldn't look more alike...or live more differently; and CORETTA, the life story of Coretta Scott King as told fully for the first time, toward the end of her life, to the Reverend Dr. Barbara Reynolds.

Week of February 12, 2018

Paperback releases for the week of February 12th include NEW BOY, in which Tracy Chevalier brings Shakespeare’s harrowing drama of jealousy and revenge to a 1970s-era elementary school playground; DEAD JOKER, the fifth book in Anne Holt's Edgar-nominated mystery series featuring the whip-smart detective Hanne Wilhelmsen; THE HOPE CHEST by Viola Shipman, in which the discovery of one woman’s heirloom hope chest unveils precious memories and helps three people who have each lost a part of themselves find joy once again; and WE'LL ALWAYS HAVE CASABLANCA, film historian Noah Isenberg's rich account of the movie’s origins, the myths and realities behind its production, and the reasons it remains so revered today, more than 75 years after its premiere.