Curious about what books will be released in the months ahead so you can pre-order or reserve them? Then click on the months below.
Please note we have not included every book that is coming out, but rather some that caught our eye --- and that we thought should catch yours as well.
Harper | 9780062195401 | Published July 1, 2014
Haunted by the past and his own limitations, Israeli Detective Avraham Avraham must stop a criminal ruthless enough to target children in this evocative and gripping tale of mystery and psychological suspense that is the follow-up to THE MISSING FILE, the acclaimed first novel in D. A. Mishani’s literary crime series that was shortlisted for the CWA International Dagger Award.
Tor Books | 9780765375407 | Published July 1, 2014
In ALL THOSE VANISHED ENGINES, Paul Park returns to science fiction after a decade spent on the impressive four-volume A PRINCESS OF ROUMANIA fantasy, with an extraordinary, intense, compressed SF novel in three parts, each set in its own alternate-history universe. The sections are all rooted in Virginia and the Battle of the Crater, and are also grounded in the real history of the Park family, from differing points of view. They are all gorgeously imaginative and carefully constructed, and reverberate richly with one another.
Bantam | 9780553808094 | Published July 1, 2014
A killer is targeting rural Georgia, and Keye puts herself in line to be his next prey by going to the country, ninety miles outside of Atlanta where the bodies of young women have been found. The remains are as fresh as six months, as old as a decade. When the local police call Keye in to give them a psychological profiles, she and her team attempt to catch a master predator who has been hunting human prey for a very long time… and has no intention of stopping now.
Random House | 9781400069729 | Published July 1, 2014
A bold and revisionist biography of one of history's most iconic figures --- General William Tecumseh Sherman --- a man who played a critical yet overlooked role in the forming of our national boundaries and who proved the embodiment of a newly-emerging American character. With a unique, witty, and conversational voice, historian Robert O'Connell breaks down the often paradoxical, easily caricatured character of General William T. Sherman for the most well-rounded portrait of the man yet written.
Ballantine Books | 9780345541826 | Published July 1, 2014
There’s more going on between Graydon and Toby than her unique power to tell him apart from his twin. At work are forces beyond their control, which are ruled by time itself. Combine that with the magical island of Nantucket, and a seductive spell is cast over Graydon and Toby. If they are to be together, they must change what once was, as well as what will be.
Atria Books | 9781476730530 | Published July 1, 2014
Martin Grey is a smart, talented black lawyer working in Queens. When he becomes friendly with a group of the most powerful and wealthy black men in America, they seem to think he has the potential to become like them. But, when they invite him for a weekend away from wives, cell phones, and business, he discovers a secret society where slavery is preserved, but black men are called “Master.” Martin must find a way out that will allow him to stay alive without becoming the very thing he hates.
Farrar, Straus and Giroux | 9780374158613 | Published July 1, 2014
Bev Tunney and Amy Schein have been best friends for years; now, at 30, they’re at a crossroads. Bev is stuck in circumstances that would have barely passed for bohemian in her mid-20s: temping, living with roommates, drowning in student-loan debt. Amy is still riding the tailwinds of her early success, but her habit of burning bridges is finally catching up to her. And now Bev is pregnant. As Bev and Amy are dragged into real adulthood, they have to face the possibility that growing up might mean growing apart.
Bloomsbury USA | 9781620403563 | Published July 1, 2014
Jess Frobisher is a botany professor at the local university. Her husband, Liam, works for a space tourism company called Spaceco, which has just become front-page newsafter an accident. A husband-and-wife filmmaking team approaches Liam about making a Spaceco documentary. Hoping to salvage the company’s reputation, Liam agrees, allowing them access to his homelife. Jess soon becomes a focus of their film, even as --- or perhaps because --- she is excluded from her husband’s darkest secrets. GOD IS AN ASTRONAUT unfolds through a series of e-mails from Jess to her colleague Arthur, away on sabbatical. He is a safe correspondent, removed from the maelstrom, but their relationship is freighted by some secrets of its ownthe details slowly revealing themselves in this debut of masterful storytelling.
St. Martin's Press | 9781250047021 | Published July 1, 2014
Lydia Netzer's HOW TO TELL TOLEDO FROM THE NIGHT SKY is a mind-bending, heart-shattering love story for dreamers and pragmatists alike, exploring the conflicts of fate and determinism, and asking how much of life is under our control and what is pre-ordained in the stars.
Tor Books | 9780765319227 | Published July 1, 2014
Prudence "Roo" Jones is a retired Caribbean Intelligence operative who spends his free time on his catamaran dodging hurricanes. One day he receives a package from a murdered spy and his calm life is now a part of the storm.