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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 November 23, 2015

Releases for the week of November 23rd include PEGASUS by Danielle Steel, a story of courage, friendship and fate as two families face the challenges of war...and the magnificent stallion that will link them forever; ROCK WITH WINGS, Anne Hillerman's Southwestern mystery in which Navajo Tribal cops Jim Chee and Bernadette Manuelito, and their mentor, the legendary Lieutenant Joe Leaphorn, investigate two perplexing cases; and THE SIEGE WINTER, a powerful historical novel by the late Ariana Franklin and her daughter, Samantha Norman, told by two courageous young women whose fates are intertwined in 12th-century England’s devastating civil war.

Week of November 16, 2015

Releases for the week of November 16th include THE SLOW REGARD OF SILENT THINGS by Patrick Rothfuss, which brings us into the world of one of The Kingkiller Chronicle’s most enigmatic characters, a broken girl trying to live in a broken world; Helene Tursten's THE BEIGE MAN, in which a dead pedestrian and the discovery of a young girl's corpse in a cellar leads to an investigation by Detective Inspector Irene Huss, who is drawn into the chilling world of sex trafficking; and BILLY JOEL, acclaimed music journalist Fred Schruers' unprecedented look at the life, career and legacy of the pint-sized kid from Long Island who became a rock icon.

Week of November 9, 2015

Releases for the week of November 9th include AT THE WATER'S EDGE by Sara Gruen, a gripping and poignant love story about a privileged young woman’s awakening as she experiences the devastation of World War II in a tiny village in the Scottish Highlands; THE NEWS SORORITY, Sheila Weller's lively and exhilarating narrative that reveals the hard struggles and inner strengths that shaped Diane Sawyer, Katie Couric and Christiane Amanpour, and powered their success; and I STAND CORRECTED, Eden Collinsworth's unforgettable story of the year she spent living among the Chinese while writing a book featuring advice on such topics as the rules of the handshake, making sense of foreigners, and behavior that is considered universally rude.

Week of November 2, 2015

Releases for the week of November 2nd include SAINT ODD, the conclusion to Dean Koontz's supernatural thriller series featuring Odd Thomas; JACQUELINE BOUVIER KENNEDY ONASSIS by Barbara Leaming, the first book to document Jackie's 31-year struggle with posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD); and TIGHTROPE, an historical thriller from Simon Mawer that brings back Marian Sutro, ex-Special Operations agent (from TRAPEZE), and traces her romantic and political exploits in post-World War II London, where the Cold War is about to reshape old loyalties.

Week of October 26, 2015

Releases for the week of October 26th include RED TIDE, the long-awaited sequel to Jeff Lindsay's debut novel, TROPICAL DEPRESSION, featuring ex-cop Billy Knight; WHEN LIONS ROAR, the first comprehensive history of the deeply entwined personal and public lives of the Churchills and the Kennedys, and what their “special relationship” meant for Great Britain and the United States; and DON'T GIVE UP, DON'T GIVE IN, a powerful and inspiring book in which American hero Louis Zamperini shares his wisdom, values, lessons, secrets and other insights gleaned from his remarkable experiences.

Week of October 19, 2015

Releases for the week of October 19th include AFTER THE WIND, in which Lou Kasischke (a consultant on the movie Everest) tells the harrowing story of what went wrong on Mount Everest the day that eight climbers died, the worst tragedy in the mountain's history; THE SACRIFICE, a novel by Joyce Carol Oates that illuminates the tragic impact of sexual violence, racism, brutality and power on innocent lives, and probes the persistence of stereotypes, the nature of revenge, the complexities of truth, and our insatiable hunger for sensationalism; and Andrew Roberts' NAPOLEON: A Life, the first one-volume biography to take advantage of the recent publication of Napoleon’s 33,000 letters, which radically transform our understanding of his character and motivation.

Week of October 12, 2015

Releases for the week of October 12th include Christmas-themed novels from Debbie Macomber (MR. MIRACLE), Mary Kay Andrews (CHRISTMAS BLISS), Sandra Dallas (A QUILT FOR CHRISTMAS) and Elin Hilderbrand (WINTER STREET); VANESSA AND HER SISTER by Priya Parmar, a spellbinding story of the inseparable bond between Virginia Woolf and her sister, the gifted painter Vanessa Bell, and the real-life betrayal that threatened to destroy their family; and STALIN: Volume I: PARADOXES OF POWER, 1878-1928, Stephen Kotkin's biography that revolutionizes our understanding of Stalin and his world, recasting the way we think about the Soviet Union, revolution, dictatorship and the 20th century.

Week of October 5, 2015

Releases for the week of October 5th include THE INNOVATORS, Walter Isaacson’s revealing story of the people who created the computer and the Internet, and a narrative of how their ability to collaborate and master the art of teamwork made them even more creative; LILA, which marks a return to Gilead for Marilynne Robinson, who tells the unforgettable story of a girlhood lived on the fringes of society in fear, awe and wonder; and THE MAGICIAN'S LIE by Greer Macallister, a debut novel in which the country's most notorious female illusionist stands accused of her husband's murder --- and she has only one night to convince a small-town policeman of her innocence.

Week of September 28, 2015

Releases for the week of September 28th include DIE AGAIN, the heart-pounding 11th installment in Tess Gerritsen’s series featuring Detective Jane Rizzoli and medical examiner Maura Isles, the inspiration behind TNT’s hit show "Rizzoli & Isles"; A FINE SUMMER'S DAY, in which Charles Todd takes readers into Scotland Yard detective Ian Rutledge’s past --- to his perplexing final case before the outbreak of World War I; and DANCING WITH MYSELF, the long-awaited autobiography of Billy Idol, who describes everything from his early days as front man of the pioneering UK punk band Generation X to the decadent life atop the dance-rock kingdom he ruled.

Week of September 21, 2015

Releases for the week of September 21st include HUSH HUSH, the 11th installment in Laura Lippman's mystery series featuring Baltimore private investigator Tess Monaghan, who once again immerses herself in a twisted and disturbing case; THE BULLY OF ORDER by Brian Hart, a spellbinding novel of fate and redemption in which the lives of an ill-fated family are at the mercy of violent social and historical forces that tear them apart; and TENNESSEE WILLIAMS: Mad Pilgrimage of the Flesh, John Lahr's biography that gives intimate access to the mind of one of the most brilliant dramatists of his century, whose plays reshaped the American theater and the nation's sense of itself.