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Adair, Marina
In a California-set witty and modern twist on How Stella Got Her Groove Back, New York Times bestselling author Marina Adair blends the fun of falling in love all over again with a thoughtful and heartfelt exploration of the modern family—and where a situationship can lead. Will appeal to fans of Jill Shalvis, Sophie Kinsella, and modern love stories.

The Whispering Dark

Andrews, Kelly
NINTH HOUSE meets THE ATLAS SIX in the enemies-to-lovers dark academia debut everyone's talking about . . .

When We Were Sisters

Ashgar, Fatimah
When We Were Sisters tenderly examines the bonds and fractures of sisterhood, names the perils of being three Muslim American girls alone against the world, and ultimately illustrates how those who've lost everything might still make homes in each other.

The Winners

Backman, Fredrik
'It's often said that winners write history, but there are no winners here'

Long Shadows

Baldacci, David
Memory man FBI agent, Amos Decker, returns in this action-packed thriller to investigate the mysterious and brutal murder of a federal judge and her bodyguard at her home in an exclusive, gated community in Florida from international bestselling author David Baldacci.

The Empire : The Debut Novel From Musical Theatre Legend, Michael Ball

Ball, Michael
Set in the roaring 1920s, Musical Theatre legend Michael Ball brings his trademark warmth, wit, glamour, and incredible ability to transport an audience to this, his debut novel. Enjoy the show!

The Atlas Paradox

Blake, Olivie
Discover The Atlas Paradox, the electric dark academia sequel to viral sensation The Atlas Six by Olivie Blake - a No.1 Sunday Times bestseller.

A Curse of Queens

Bouchet, Amanda
A brand new epic love story, book four in The Kingmaker Chronicles. Cat and Griffin are BACK!

The Romantic

Boyd, William
From one of Britain's best-loved and bestselling writers comes an intimate yet panoramic novel set across the nineteenth century.

Photo Finished

Brecher, Christin
While some people escape into books or music, Liv Spyers escapes through her camera’s lens, which inspires her to jump into things she might otherwise have no business tackling—like moving to New York City. Hustling to make her dreams come true as a portrait photographer, she runs a pocket-sized studio below her grandparents’ West Village brownstone and key shop, where she also lives and works part-time. All of which still has her down to the end of her savings as the holidays approach. Everything changes in a flash, however, when elite events photographer Regina Montague invites Liv to shoot with her at New York City’s most exclusive socialite event of the year—the Holiday Debutante Ball!

The Witch in the Well

Bruce, Camilla
Over a hundred years ago, the citizens of F- did something rather bad. And local school teacher Catherine Evans has made writing the definitive account of what happened when Ilsbeth Clark drowned in the well her life's work. The town's people may not want their past raked up, but Catherine is determined to shine a light upon that shameful event.

All Wrapped Up

Bunbury, Ally
Christmas-phobic, commitment-phobic Holly has left her fiance at the altar in London. Desperate to escape the repercussions of her decision, she flees home to Ireland to work as personal assistant to the incorrigible Serena Harper - the ageing, still glamorous proprietor of Knockboden, a beautiful but crumbling country house in the foothills of the Dublin mountains.