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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 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.

Week of September 14, 2015

Releases for the week of September 14th include Lauren Oliver's adult debut, ROOMS, a tale of family, ghosts, secrets and mystery, in which the lives of the living and the dead intersect in shocking, surprising and moving ways; ON IMMUNITY, a provocative examination by Eula Biss, who addresses our fear of the government, the medical establishment, and what may be in our children's air, food, mattresses, medicines and vaccines; and 'TIL THE WELL RUNS DRY by Lauren Francis-Sharma, a multigenerational, multicultural saga that sweeps from the 1940s through the 1960s in Trinidad and the United States.

Week of September 7, 2015

Releases for the week of September 7th include BETRAYED, Lisa Scottoline's return to the Rosato & Associates law firm, in which maverick lawyer Judy Carrier takes the lead in a case that's more personal than ever; DR. MUTTER'S MARVELS by Cristin O'Keefe Aptowicz, a mesmerizing biography of the brilliant and eccentric medical innovator who revolutionized American surgery and founded the country’s most famous museum of medical oddities; and YOU CAN'T MAKE THIS UP, the entertaining and insightful memoir of sportscaster Al Michaels, who interweaves the story of his life and career with lively firsthand tales of some of the most thrilling events and fascinating figures in modern sports.

Week of August 31, 2015

Releases for the week of August 31st include THE ASSASSINATION OF MARGARET THATCHER, a collection of contemporary stories from Hilary Mantel that revolve around dislocation and family fracture, whimsical infidelities and sudden deaths with sinister causes; EDGE OF ETERNITY, the final volume in Ken Follett's Century Trilogy, which follows the fortunes of five intertwined families as they make their way through the 20th century; and YES PLEASE, a rich and varied collection of stories, lists, poetry (Plastic Surgery Haiku, to be specific), photographs, mantras and advice courtesy of "SNL" and "Parks and Recreation" star Amy Poehler.

Week of August 24, 2015

Releases for the week of August 24th include THE CINDERELLA MURDER, a first-time collaboration between “Queen of Suspense” Mary Higgins Clark and bestselling author Alafair Burke, who deliver a brand new suspense series about a television program featuring cold case murders; SIDNEY SHELDON'S CHASING TOMORROW by Tilly Bagshawe, a sequel full of passion, suspense and breathtaking twists that marks the return of Tracy Whitney from IF TOMORROW COMES; and FLINGS, a piercing collection of short fiction from Justin Taylor that captures the lives of men and women unmoored from their pasts and uncertain of their futures.

Week of August 17, 2015

Releases for the week of August 17th include John Grisham's latest bestseller, GRAY MOUNTAIN, in which Samantha Kofer’s new job at a legal aid clinic takes her into the murky and dangerous world of coal mining, and within weeks she finds herself engulfed in litigation that turns deadly; EISENHOWER, acclaimed historian Paul Johnson’s lively, succinct profile of Dwight D. Eisenhower's life and enduring legacy; and TIMELESS, Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Lucinda Franks' compelling memoir that tells the intimate story of her marriage to Manhattan District Attorney Robert Morgenthau.

Week of August 10, 2015

Releases for the week of August 10th include BIG LITTLE LIES by Liane Moriarty, a brilliant take on ex-husbands and second wives, mothers and daughters, schoolyard scandal, and the dangerous little lies we tell ourselves just to survive; THE GUILTY ONE, Sophie Hannah's gripping exploration of the damage people can do to each other, and the resilience they find in themselves; and THE INVISIBLE BRIDGE: The Fall of Nixon and the Rise of Reagan by Rick Perlstein, a dazzling portrait of America on the verge of a nervous breakdown in the tumultuous political and economic times of the 1970s.

Week of August 3, 2015

Releases for the week of August 3rd include THE SECRET PLACE, a powerful, haunting exploration of friendship and loyalty, and a gripping addition to Tana French's Dublin Murder Squad series; TERMINAL CITY, another breakneck thriller from Linda Fairstein, who this time turns her attention to one of New York's most iconic structures --- Grand Central Terminal; ORPHAN #8 by debut novelist Kim van Alkemade, the fascinating story of a woman who must choose between revenge and mercy when she encounters the doctor who subjected her to dangerous medical experiments in a New York City Jewish orphanage; and Tom Clavin's RECKLESS, the unlikely story of a racehorse who truly became a war hero, beloved by the Marine Corps and decorated for bravery.

Week of July 27, 2015

Releases for the week of July 27th include THE SHORT AND TRAGIC LIFE OF ROBERT PEACE by Jeff Hobbs, a heartfelt and riveting biography of the short life of a talented young African-American man who escapes the slums of Newark for Yale University only to succumb to the dangers of the streets --- and of one’s own nature --- when he returns home; THE LONG WAY HOME, the 10th installment in Louise Penny's mystery series starring Armand Gamache, now the former Chief Inspector of Homicide with the Sûreté du Québec; and NO SAFE HOUSE, the follow-up to Linwood Barclay's NO TIME FOR GOODBYE, in which a family’s troubled past is about to return in more ways than one --- and this time, they may not be able to escape.