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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 October 29, 2018

Paperback releases for the week of October 29th include EVERY BREATH YOU TAKE by Mary Higgins Clark and Alafair Burke, a gripping mystery following television producer Laurie Moran's investigation of the unsolved Met Gala murder --- in which a wealthy widow was pushed to her death from the famous museum’s rooftop; WHITE HOUSES, Amy Bloom's fictional take on the unexpected and forbidden affair between Eleanor Roosevelt and reporter Lorena Hickok; SOMETIMES I LIE by Alice Feeney, a debut psychological thriller that asks: Is something really a lie if you believe it's the truth?; and Greer Hendricks and Sarah Pekkanen's THE WIFE BETWEEN US, which exposes the secret complexities of an enviable marriage --- and the dangerous truths we ignore in the name of love.

Week of October 22, 2018

Paperback releases for the week of October 22nd include STILL ME by Jojo Moyes, which follows Louisa Clark as she discovers who she is and who she was always meant to be --- and to live boldly in her brave new world; WINTER SOLSTICE, the conclusion of Elin Hilderbrand’s Winter Street series, which finds the entire Quinn family gathered at the Winter Street Inn to celebrate the holidays; SISTERS FIRST, in which former first daughters Jenna Bush Hager and Barbara Pierce Bush share intimate stories and reflections from the Texas countryside to the storied halls of the White House and beyond; and HANK AND JIM, Scott Eyman's joint biography about the remarkable friendship of Henry Fonda and James Stewart, two Hollywood legends who maintained a close relationship that endured all of life’s twists and turns.

Week of October 15, 2018

Paperback releases for the week of October 15th include BOBBY KENNEDY, a gripping, in-depth, behind-the-scenes portrait of Robert F. Kennedy by Chris Matthews, an esteemed Kennedy expert and anchor of MSNBC’s "Hardball"; HACKS, Donna Brazile's explosive and revealing account of the Russian hacking of the DNC and the missteps by the Clinton campaign and Obama administration that enabled a Trump victory; THE RELIVE BOX, a collection of 12 stories from T.C. Boyle that speaks to the humor, the pathos and the struggle that is part of being human; and A SECRET SISTERHOOD by Emily Midorikawa and Emma Claire Sweeney, which brings to light a wealth of surprising female collaborations --- including the friendship between Jane Austen and one of the family servants, amateur playwright Anne Sharp; and the daring feminist author Mary Taylor, who shaped the work of Charlotte Brontë.

Week of October 8, 2018

Paperback releases for the week of October 8th include MERRY AND BRIGHT by Debbie Macomber, a delightful holiday novel of first impressions and second chances; DARE NOT LINGER, the long-awaited second volume of Nelson Mandela’s memoirs, left unfinished at his death but now completed by acclaimed South African writer Mandla Langa; MRS. OSMOND, in which John Banville continues the story of Isabel Archer, the young protagonist of Henry James’ beloved THE PORTRAIT OF A LADY; and THE RIVER OF CONSCIOUSNESS, a collection of essays that displays the late Oliver Sacks' passionate engagement with the most compelling ideas of human endeavor --- evolution, creativity, memory, time, consciousness and experience.

Week of October 1, 2018

Paperback releases for the week of October 1st include LEONARDO DA VINCI, in which Walter Isaacson weaves a narrative that connects Leonardo's art to his science, showing how his genius was based on skills we can improve in ourselves --- such as passionate curiosity, careful observation, and an imagination so playful that it flirted with fantasy; LOOK FOR ME, which marks the return of Detective D. D. Warren and FIND HER's Flora Dane, who are in a race against the clock to either save a young girl's life or bring her to justice; IT'S ALL RELATIVE, A.J. Jacobs' hilarious, heartfelt quest to understand what constitutes family --- where it begins and how far it goes --- and his attempt to untangle the true meaning of the “Family of Humankind”; and CODE GIRLS by Liza Mundy, the award-winning national bestseller about the American women who secretly served as codebreakers during World War II.

Week of September 24, 2018

Paperback releases for the week of September 24th include GRANT, Pulitzer Prize winner Ron Chernow's sweeping and dramatic portrait of one of our most compelling generals and presidents, Ulysses S. Grant; ENDURANCE, a stunning, personal memoir from astronaut Scott Kelly, who spent a record-breaking year aboard the International Space Station; A DEATH IN LIVE OAK by James Grippando, in which defense attorney Jack Swyteck defends a white college student charged in Florida’s first racial terror lynching in more than a half century; and JERUSALEM, an epic novel from Alan Moore, who channels both the ecstatic visions of William Blake and the theoretical physics of Albert Einstein through the hardscrabble streets and alleys of his hometown of Northampton, UK.

Week of September 17, 2018

Paperback releases for the week of September 17th include WHAT HAPPENED, in which Hillary Rodham Clinton reveals what she was thinking and feeling during one of the most controversial and unpredictable presidential elections in history; SLEEPING BEAUTIES, a spectacular father/son collaboration in which Stephen King and Owen King tell the highest of high-stakes stories: what might happen if women disappeared from the world of men?; SOURDOUGH, Robin Sloan's highly anticipated novel (following MR. PENUMBRA'S 24-HOUR BOOKSTORE) about an overworked and under-socialized software engineer discovering a calling and a community as a baker; and THE BOOK OF SEPARATION by Tova Mirvis, the memoir of a woman who leaves her faith and her marriage and sets out to navigate the terrifying, liberating terrain of a newly mapless world.

Week of September 10, 2018

Paperback releases for the week of September 10th include THE FALLEN, David Baldacci's fourth Memory Man thriller featuring Amos Decker, who is investigating four bizarre murders in the space of two weeks but finds that his previously infallible memory may not be so trustworthy after all; THE BEST OF ADAM SHARP by Graeme Simsion, a romantic novel about true love, second chances and decades of great music; ALONE, in which historian Michael Korda chronicles the outbreak of World War II and the great events that led to Dunkirk; and Mary V. Dearborn's ERNEST HEMINGWAY, the first full biography of the legendary novelist and short story writer in more than 15 years, the first to draw upon a wide array of never-before-used material, and the first written by a woman.

Week of September 3, 2018

Paperback releases for the week of September 3rd include ROBICHEAUX, which marks the return of James Lee Burke's most beloved character in a gritty, atmospheric mystery set in the towns and backwoods of Louisiana; IN THE MIDST OF WINTER by Isabel Allende, a sweeping novel about three very different people who are brought together in a mesmerizing story that journeys from present-day Brooklyn to Guatemala in the recent past to 1970s Chile and Brazil; THE VENGEANCE OF MOTHERS, the stunning sequel to Jim Fergus' award-winning novel, ONE THOUSAND WHITE WOMEN; Alice McDermott's THE NINTH HOUR, a powerfully affecting story spanning the 20th century of a widow and her daughter and the nuns who serve their Irish-American community in Brooklyn; and THE FIRST MAJOR, John Feinstein's dramatic chronicle of the bitterly fought 2016 Ryder Cup pitting a U.S. team out for revenge against the Europeans determined to keep the Cup out of American hands.

Week of August 27, 2018

Paperback releases for the week of August 27th include Dean Koontz's THE CROOKED STAIRCASE, in which Jane Hawk (who captivated readers in THE SILENT CORNER and THE WHISPERING ROOM) faces the fight of her life, against the threat of a lifetime; ENEMY OF THE STATE by Kyle Mills, the latest installment in Vince Flynn's series starring Mitch Rapp, who finds himself alone and targeted by a country that is supposed to be one of America’s closest allies; and Tom Rinaldi's THE RED BANDANNA, which recounts the incredible story of Welles Crowther, whose actions on 9/11 offer a lasting lesson on character, calling and courage.