A Carnival of Losses: Notes Nearing Ninety

By Donald Hall. Presents a collection of essays on old age, touching upon such topics as the pleasures of solitude, the death of his wife, and the author’s literary friendships over the decades.

Buy Book

Clock Dance

By Anne Tyler. After receiving a call from a stranger about her son’s ex-girlfriend being injured, Willa flies across the country to Baltimore to take care of her and her nine-year-old daughter.

Buy Book

The Cabin at the End of the World

By Paul Tremblay. A twist on the home-invasion horror story follows the experiences of a 7-year-old girl whose family is taken hostage in a remote cabin by men who are either the world’s defenders or deranged apocalypse fanatics.

Buy Book

Florida

By Lauren Groff. A collection of stories spanning centuries of time in mercurial Florida examines the decisions and connections behind life-changing events in characters ranging from two abandoned sisters to a conflicted family woman. By the award-winning author of Delicate Edible Birds.

Buy Book

The Word is Murder

By Anthony Horowitz. The best-selling author of Moriarty reinvents himself as the fictional sidekick of a disgraced police detective whose dark and mysterious secrets complicate the case of a woman found strangled hours after planning her own funeral. 100,000 first printing.

Buy Book

There There

By Tommy Orange. A novel that grapples with the complex history and identity of Native Americans follows twelve characters, each of whom has private reasons for traveling to the Big Oakland Powwow.

Buy Book

The Death of Mrs. Westaway

By Ruth Ware. After erroneously receiving a mysterious letter about a large inheritance, Hal attends the deceased’s funeral and realizes that something is very, very wrong.

Buy Book

Mr. Flood’s Last Resort

By Jess Kidd. The award-winning author of Himself presents the tale of a lonely caregiver and a cranky hoarder who tackle respective notions of forgiveness, independence, sainthood, duty and connections before dark family secrets are brought to light, revealing the sinister fate of a missing local schoolgirl.

Buy Book

Love and Ruin

By Paula McLain. The best-selling author of The Paris Wife returns to her fan-favorite subject, Ernest Hemingway, in a tale set on the eve of World War II that is inspired by his passionate, stormy marriage to a fiercely independent, ambitious young Martha Gellhorn, who would become one of the 20th century’s leading war correspondents.

Buy Book

The Feather Thief: Beauty, Obsession, and the Natural History Heist of the Century

By Kirk Wallace Johnson. Documents the astonishing 2009 theft of an invaluable collection of ornithological displays from the British Museum of Natural History by a talented American musician, tracing the author’s years-long investigation to track down the culprit and understand his motives, which were possibly linked to an obsession with the Victorian art of salmon fly-tying.

Buy Book

wwd