Please note: All entries with two asterisks (**) appearing after the title represent titles with higher than normal demand.


American Cipher: Bowe Bergdahl and the U.S. Tragedy in Afghanistan
Farwell, Matt & Ames, Michael. Penguin Pr (Penguin Random House). 9780735221048. $28.00. 400 Pages.
Draws on years of exclusive reporting and dozens of military, government and family sources in a narrative account of the life, captivity and trial of the Taliban-abducted soldier whose story has become a symbol of America's foundering war in Afghanistan. Illustrations. Map(s). 6 1/8" x 9 1/4". (Biography & Autobiography)

Back Channel, The: A Memoir of American Diplomacy and the Case for Its Renewal
Burns, William J.. Random House (Penguin Random House). 9780525508861. $32.00. 512 Pages.
America's highest-ranking Foreign Service career ambassador and president of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace presents a memoir of his career in service while outlining an impassioned case for diplomacy in today's increasingly volatile world. Illustrations. 6 1/8" x 9 1/4". (Biography & Autobiography)

Case for Trump, The
Hanson, Victor Davis. Basic Bks (Perseus Bk Group). 9781541673540. $30.00. 400 Pages.
The author of The Second Word Wars explains how a celebrity businessman with no political or military experience triumphed over 16 Republican rivals and a well-funded Democrat and argues that Trump's outsider status has made him a successful president. 60,000 first printing. Tour. . (Biography & Autobiography)

Catalogue of Shipwrecked Books, The: Christopher Columbus, His Son, and the Quest to Build the World's Greatest Library
Wilson-Lee, Edward. Scribner (Simon & Schuster). 9781982111397. $30.00. 416 Pages.
A vividly rendered account of the lesser-known quest by Christopher Columbus' illegitimate son, Hernando, to create a multicultural library details his world travels to collect thousands of books. 75,000 first printing. Illustrations. 6" x 9". (Biography & Autobiography)

First: Sandra Day O'Connor**
Thomas, Evan. Random House (Penguin Random House). 9780399589287. $30.00. 496 Pages.
Based on exclusive interviews and access to archives, an authoritative portrait of America's first female Supreme Court justice includes coverage of her convention-breaking achievements and role in shaping decades of American law. By the best-selling author of Being Nixon. Illustrations. 6 1/8" x 9 1/4". (Biography & Autobiography)

Foursome: Alfred Stieglitz, Georgia O'Keeffe, Paul Strand, Rebecca Salsbury
Burke, Carolyn. Knopf (Penguin Random House). 9780307957290. $30.00. 432 Pages.
A portrait of the intense relationship among Alfred Stieglitz, Georgia O'Keeffe, Paul Stand and Rebecca Salsbury explores how their strong personalities, passions and aesthetic ideals shaped their bonds and influenced 20th-century art. By the author of No Regrets. Illustrations. 6 1/4" x 9 1/4". (Biography & Autobiography)

Hollywood Godfather: My Life in the Movies and the Mob
Russo, Gianni & Picciarelli, Patrick. St. Martin's Pr. 9781250181398. $29.99. 304 Pages.
The mobster-turned-actor best known for his performance in The Godfather describes the real-life Mafia experiences that informed his character, from his childhood in Little Italy to his role in the death of a Colombian drug cartel member. Illustrations. 6 1/8" x 9 1/4". (Biography & Autobiography)

Love You Hard: A Memoir of Marriage, Brain Injury, and Reinventing Love**
Maslin, Abby. Dutton (Penguin Random House). 9781524743314. $27.00. 320 Pages.
The founder of the Give to Care organization shares the inspiring story of how her husband and she navigated recovery and learned to love again in the aftermath of a traumatic brain injury. 6" x 9". (Biography & Autobiography)

Mastermind, The: Drugs. Empire. Murder. Betrayal.
Ratliff, Evan. Random House (Penguin Random House). 9780399590412. $28.00. 496 Pages.
The award-winning journalist and co-author of Safe chronicles the decade-long quest to capture Paul Le Roux, who used 21st-century technology to create a massive online drug cartel before he struck a deal to turn in his own people. Illustrations. 6 1/8" x 9 1/4". (Biography & Autobiography)

Mostly Sunny: How I Learned to Keep Smiling Through the Rainiest Days
Dean, Janice. Harper. 9780062877574. $26.99. 256 Pages.
The Fox & Friends meteorologist discusses her marriage to a 9/11 firefighter, her battle with multiple sclerosis and the impact of sexism on her career, revealing the strength of deliberate optimism in the face of any challenge. 100,000 first printing. 6" x 9". (Biography & Autobiography)

No Happy Endings: A Memoir
McInerny, Nora. Dey Street Books. 9780062792402. $26.99. 288 Pages.
The author of It's Okay to Laugh and host of the Terrible, Thanks for Asking podcast shares meditative reflections on a catastrophic year marked by the losses of her husband, father and unborn second child. 100,000 first printing. 6" x 9". (Biography & Autobiography)

Piety & Power: Mike Pence and the Taking of the White House
LoBianco, Tom. Dey Street Books. 9780062868787. $26.99. 336 Pages.
An AP News political analyst presents an in-depth portrait of the vice president that includes coverage of Pence's devout Christian faith, his meteoric political career and the rumors about his ambitions to succeed Trump. 125,000 first printing. 6" x 9". (Biography & Autobiography)

Pounding the Rock: Basketball Dreams and Real Life in a Bronx High School
Skelton, Marc. Doubleday (Penguin Random House). 9780385542654. $25.95. 256 Pages.
An account of the Bronx Fannie Lou Hamer Panthers 2016-2017 season shares insights into how a small, working-class high school has become a symbol of regeneration and how its coach inspires the team to balance their championships with academics. Illustrations. 5 1/2" x 8 1/4". (Biography & Autobiography)

Queen Bey: A Celebration of the Power and Creativity of Beyoncé Knowles-Carter
Chambers, Veronica. St. Martin's Pr. 9781250200525. $27.99. 224 Pages.
The editor of the best-selling, The Meaning of Michelle, honors the career of the 22-time Grammy Award-winning music artist, sharing insights into Beyoncé's record-setting achievements, her family life and her activist contributions. Illustrations. 5 3/8" x 8 1/4". (Biography & Autobiography)

Salt in My Soul: An Unfinished Life
Smith, Mallory. Spiegel & Grau (Penguin Random House). 9781984855428. $26.00. 320 Pages.
Presents the diaries of a remarkable young woman who was determined to live a full and happy life despite her struggle with cystic fibrosis and a rare superbug, from age 15 to her death at the age of 25. 5 1/2" x 8 1/4". (Biography & Autobiography)

Sissy: A Coming-of-Gender Story
Tobia, Jacob. Putnam (Penguin Random House). 9780735218826. $26.00. 336 Pages.
A gender-diverse cultural influencer on both the Forbes "30 Under 30" and "OUT 100" lists examines how their religious, political and educational experiences revealed the need for greater cultural inclusion and anti-discrimination legislation that acknowledges the gender spectrum. 6" x 9". (Biography & Autobiography)

So Here's the Thing . . .: Notes on Growing Up, Getting Older, and Trusting Your Gut
Mastromonaco, Alyssa, with Lauren Oyler. Twelve (Grand Central Pub). 9781538731550. $27.00. 240 Pages.
The best-selling author of Who Thought This Was a Good Idea? presents a collection of personal reflections, essays and interviews on topics of relevance to today's young women, from politics and careers to social media and relationships. 75,000 first printing. . (Biography & Autobiography)

Solitary: Unbroken by Four Decades in Solitary Confinement. My Story of Transformation and Hope.
Woodfox, Albert. Grove Pr (PGW). 9780802129086. $26.00. 320 Pages.
Chronicles the author's extraordinary achievements as an activist during and after spending 40 years in solitary confinement for a crime he did not commit, describing how he has committed his post-exoneration life to prison reform. 6" x 9". (Biography & Autobiography)

Sun Is a Compass, The: A 4,000-Mile Journey into the Alaskan Wilds
Van Hemert, Caroline. Little Brown Spark. 9780316414425. $27.00. 320 Pages.
Documents the biologist adventurer's treks in the vast wilderness region spanning the Pacific rainforest through the Alaskan Arctic, where her husband and she tested their physical boundaries while making profound natural-world connections and discoveries about animal survival. 35,000 first printing. . (Biography & Autobiography)

Survival Math: Notes on an All-American Family
Jackson, Mitchell. Scribner (Simon & Schuster). 9781501131707. $26.00. 336 Pages.
The award-winning author of The Residue Years examines the poverty, violence and drug culture impacting the Portland, Oregon community of his youth, examining the large and small cultural forces that shaped his family. 60,000 first printing. Tour. 6 1/8" x 9". (Biography & Autobiography)

They Said It Couldn't Be Done: The '69 Mets, New York City, and the Most Astounding Season in Baseball History
Coffey, Wayne. Crown (Penguin Random House). 9781524760885. $28.00. 304 Pages.
A 50th-anniversary chronicle of the 1969 "Miracle Mets" season places their unlikely championship against a backdrop of the space race and the Vietnam War, sharing insight into the contributions of such individuals as Jerry Koosman, Gil Hodges and Ed Charles. Illustrations. 6 1/8" x 9 1/4". (Biography & Autobiography)

Too Much Is Not Enough: A Memoir of Fumbling Toward Adulthood
Rannells, Andrew. Crown (Penguin Random House). 9780525574859. $26.00. 272 Pages.
The star of Broadway's The Book of Mormon and HBO's Girls presents a heartfelt coming-of-age memoir that recounts how as a fiercely ambitious but sexually confused Midwestern teen he haphazardly pursued his theatrical dreams in 1997 New York City. 5 1/2" x 8 1/4". (Biography & Autobiography)

What Doesn't Kill You Makes You Blacker: A Memoir in Essays
Young, Damon. Ecco Pr (HarperCollins). 9780062684301. $27.99. 320 Pages.
The co-founder of presents a provocative and humorous memoir-in-essays that explores the direct impact of racism on his life, the shifting definition of Black male identity and the ongoing realities of white supremacy. 200,000 first printing. 6" x 9". (Biography & Autobiography)

What You Have Heard Is True: A Memoir of Witness and Resistance
Forché, Carolyn. Penguin Pr (Penguin Random House). 9780525560371. $28.00. 400 Pages.
The prize-winning author of Blue Hour describes her deep friendship with a mysterious intellectual who introduced her to the culture and people of El Salvador, inspiring her work as an unlikely activist. 6 1/8" x 9 1/4". (Biography & Autobiography)

Zora and Langston: A Story of Friendship and Betrayal
Taylor, Yuval. Norton. 9780393243918. $27.95. 304 Pages.
Traces the story of the literary friendship of Harlem Renaissance figures Zora Neale Hurston and Langston Hughes, tracing their folklore-collecting journeys through the 1920s South, their influential creative collaborations and their passionate but mysterious falling out. Illustrations. 6 1/8" x 9 1/4". (Biography & Autobiography)

Fantasy & Science Fiction

Bird King, The
Wilson, G. Willow. Grove Pr (PGW). 9780802129031. $26.00. 440 Pages.
A concubine in the royal court of Granada at the height of the Spanish Inquisition and her mapmaker friend risk their lives to escape when the latter is accused of sorcery. By the award-winning author of Alif the Unseen. 5 1/2" x 8 1/4". (Fantasy)

Famous Men Who Never Lived
Chess, K.. Tin House Bks (PGW). 9781947793248. $22.95. 324 Pages.
Enduring a refugee existence in New York in the wake of a nuclear war, Hel, a woman from a parallel dimension, refuses to acclimate to an unfamiliar culture and obsessively creates a museum in the name of her vanished world. 5 1/2" x 8 1/2". (Science Fiction)

Oyeyemi, Helen. Riverhead Bks (Penguin Random House). 9781594634659. $27.00. 272 Pages.
The award-winning author of Boy, Snow, Bird draws on the classic fairy-tale element of gingerbread in the story of a British family whose surprising legacy and secret past are tied to a favorite recipe. 6" x 9". (Fairy Tales, Folk Tales, Legends & Mythology)

If, Then
Day, Kate Hope. Random House (Penguin Random House). 9780525511229. $26.00. 272 Pages.
Four neighbors in a quiet Oregon mountain community find their lives upended when they begin to experience disturbing visions of an alternate reality, before a natural disaster reveals an astonishing town secret. A first novel. 6 1/8" x 9 1/4". (Science Fiction)

Tiamat's Wrath, No. 8 (The Expanse)
Corey, James S. A.. Orbit (Little, Brown). 9780316332873. $30.00. 608 Pages.
While Elvi Okoye weighs the consequences of uncovering the truth about weapons tied to an ancient genocide, Teresa Duarte navigates secrets and dangerous intrigues to fulfill her father's godlike ambition. 100,000 first printing. . (Science Fiction)

Wall, The
Lanchester, John. Norton. 9781324001638. $25.95. 288 Pages.
When the island nation of an Earth-like world builds a concrete barrier around its entire coastline, a Defender charged with protecting his section of the Wall from desperate Others trapped outside begins questioning the political divides of his insular existence. 6 1/8" x 9 1/4". (Dystopian)

Wild Country, No. 7 (The Others)
Bishop, Anne. Ace Bks. 9780399587276. $27.00. 496 Pages.
A follow-up to Lake Silence finds the human and shape-shifting citizens of Bennett struggling to coexist peacefully before profit-seeking humans and the power-hungry Blackstone Clan force neighbors to choose between uniting or turning on each other. 6" x 9". (Fantasy)

Women's War, No. 1, The (Women's War)
Glass, Jenna. Del Rey (Penguin Random House). 9781984817204. $28.00. 560 Pages.
When a world-altering spell gives women the ability to control their own fertility, a disinherited princess and a powerless queen trigger changes in their patriarchal kingdoms before a caravan of exiles stumbles on a new source of women's magic. 6 1/8" x 9 1/4". (Fantasy)

General Fiction

Altruists, The
Ridker, Andrew. Viking (Penguin Random House). 9780525522713. $26.00. 320 Pages.
On the brink of losing the family home, a Midwestern college professor and widower reaches out to his estranged children under the guise of a reconciliation, only to unleash a maelstrom of age-old resentments. Includes one diagram. A first novel. 6" x 9". (General Fiction)

Baby of the Family
Roosevelt, Maura. Dutton (Penguin Random House). 9781524743178. $28.00. 464 Pages.
When a real-estate magnate leaves the remnants of his fortune to an adopted son on the run after a misguided attempt at political activism, his sisters' efforts to find him are complicated by personal struggles and a love affair. 6" x 9". (General Fiction)

Club, The
Würger, Takis. Trans by Charlotte Collins. Grove Pr (PGW). 9780802128966. $26.00. 256 Pages.
A U.S. release of an international best-seller follows an outsider's deadly investigation into the dark secrets of a centuries-old, all-male dining club for the privileged elite and social climbers of Cambridge University. 5 1/2" x 8 1/4". (General Fiction)

Cook, The
de Kerangal, Maylis. Trans by Sam Taylor. Farrar, Straus & Giroux. 9780374120900. $22.00. 112 Pages.
A follow-up to The Heart follows the coming-of-age of a self-taught chef who endures setbacks in his career, relationships and mental stability before rediscovering his passions, a journey witnessed by a nameless narrator who might be in love with him. 5" x 7 1/2". (General Fiction)

DNA of You and Me, The
Rothman, Andrea. William Morrow (HarperCollins). 9780062857811. $26.99. 256 Pages.
Hired by an employer who does not reveal the competitive nature of the job, a graduate student is forced to choose between her career and heart when she falls for an unsuspected rival. A first novel. 50,000 first printing. 6" x 9". (General Fiction)

Gardener of Eden, The
Downie, David. Pegasus Bks (Norton). 9781643130040. $25.95. 336 Pages.
Returning after a four-decade absence to his coastal bluff childhood home, James takes a job at a seaside motel before a gruesome discovery forces him to reckon with the ghosts of his past and the dangers of the present. 6" x 9". (General Fiction)

Halibut on the Moon
Vann, David. Grove Pr (PGW). 9780802128935. $26.00. 272 Pages.
A middle-aged man battling mental illness engages in increasingly combative therapy while desperately striving to anchor himself to the places and people that once shaped his sense of identity. By the award-winning author of Legend of a Suicide. 5 1/2" x 8 1/4". (General Fiction)

In the Blink of an Eye**
Blackadder, Jesse. St. Martin's Pr. 9781250199959. $27.99. 384 Pages.
Moving from chilly Tasmania to subtropical Murwillumbah in New South Wales, the Brennan family is placed under suspicion in the wake of a devastating tragedy that shatters their senses of normalcy. By the award-winning author of Chasing the Light. 6 1/8" x 9 1/4". (General Fiction)
Englander, Nathan. Knopf (Penguin Random House). 9781524732752. $24.95. 224 Pages.
The award-winning author of What We Talk About When We Talk About Anne Frank presents a streamlined comic novel about an atheist son's creative refusal to say the requisite Jewish prayer for the dead for his late orthodox father. 5 9/16" x 8 1/4". (General Fiction)

Library of Lost and Found, The
Patrick, Phaedra. Park Row (Harlequin). 9780778369356. $24.99. 352 Pages.
A shy librarian whose kind heart is often exploited receives a mysterious book of fairy tales from the beloved grandmother she believed dead and embarks on a perspective-changing journey of astonishing family secrets. 50,000 first printing. 5 9/16" x 8 1/2". (General Fiction)

Little Boy
Ferlinghetti, Lawrence. Doubleday (Penguin Random House). 9780385544788. $24.00. 192 Pages.
The award-winning author of A Coney Island of the Mind presents a semi-autobiographical tale in which an unwanted child grows up to serve in World War II, pursue an education and explore a reflective vagabond existence in Paris. 5" x 7 1/2". (General Fiction)

Little Faith
Butler, Nickolas. Ecco Pr (HarperCollins). 9780062469717. $26.99. 336 Pages.
A Wisconsin family grapples with the power and limitations of faith when an adult daughter falls under the influence of a radical church that threatens a grandchild's safety. By the best-selling author of Shotgun Lovesongs. 50,000 first printing. 5 1/2" x 8 1/4". (General Fiction)

Lot: Stories
Washington, Bryan. Riverhead Bks (Penguin Random House). 9780525533672. $25.00. 240 Pages.
Coming of age in his family's Houston restaurant, a mixed-heritage teen navigates bullying, his newly discovered sexual orientation and the ripple effects of a disadvantaged community impacted by an affair, a youth baseball season and displaced hurricane survivors. Map(s). 5 1/8" x 8". (General Fiction)

Memories of the Future
Hustvedt, Siri. Simon & Schuster. 9781982102838. $27.00. 336 Pages.
An author rediscovers a decades-old notebook from her first year in New York that reflects how her literary perceptions were shaped by her obsession with a mysterious neighbor. By the best-selling author of The Blazing World. 50,000 first printing. Illustrations. 6" x 9". (General Fiction)

Oksana, Behave!
Kuznetsova, Maria. Spiegel & Grau (Penguin Random House). 9780525511878. $26.00. 272 Pages.
Enduring a hand-to-mouth existence after emigrating from Ukraine to Florida, trouble-prone Oksana romanticizes memories of her early life in Russia before a visit to her grandmother helps her discover how to love life without doing harm. 5 1/2" x 8 1/4". (General Fiction)

Old Drift, The
Serpell, Namwali. Hogarth Pr (Penguin Random House). 9781101907146. $28.00. 576 Pages.
Three generations of a cursed family traverse from India and Italy to England and ultimately a fantastical Zambia of the near future, where an interstitial Greek chorus of mosquitoes traces their vibrant human experiences as children, parents and grandparents. 6 1/8" x 9 1/4". (General Fiction)

On the Bright Side: The New Secret Diary of Hendrik Groen, 85 Years Old
Groen, Hendrik. Grand Central Pub. 9781538746639. $27.00. 448 Pages.
A follow-up to the best-selling The Secret Diary of Hendrik Groen finds octogenarian curmudgeon Hendrik emerging from a year of mourning to help the Old-But-Not-Dead Club save their homes from demolition plans. 25,000 first printing. . (General Fiction)

People's History of Heaven, A**
Subramanian, Mathangi. Algonquin Bks (Workman). 9781616207588. $26.95. 304 Pages.
Five abandoned women in contemporary Bangalore support each other through the hardships of a hand-to-mouth existence while protecting their slum community from redevelopment by a city that does not care what happens to them. A first adult novel. Tour. 5 1/2" x 8 1/4". (General Fiction)

Professor Chandra Follows His Bliss**
Balasubramanyam, Rajeev. Dial Pr (Penguin Random House). 9780525511380. $27.00. 368 Pages.
An internationally renowned curmudgeon economist and divorced father of three survives an accident before whimsically trading in his high-stress Nobel Prize ambitions to pursue elusive happiness. By the award-winning author of In Beautiful Disguises. 5 1/2" x 8 1/4". (General Fiction)

Carty-Williams, Candice. Gallery Bks (Simon & Schuster). 9781501196010. $26.00. 336 Pages.
Constantly compared to her white middle-class peers, a young Jamaican-British woman in London makes a series of questionable decisions in the aftermath of a messy breakup before challenging herself to figure out who she wants to be. 100,000 first printing. 6" x 9". (General Fiction)

Tiny Americans
Murphy, Devin. HarperPerennial. 9780062886248. $26.99. 256 Pages.
Abandoned by the alcoholic father who idealized the natural world without imparting any survival skills to his children, three siblings in 1970s New York embark on difficult adult lives before their father attempts a reconciliation. 20,000 first printing. 6" x 9". (General Fiction)

Tomorrow There Will Be Sun
Reinhardt, Dana. Pamela Dorman Bks (Penguin). 9780525557968. $26.00. 288 Pages.
Organizing a group birthday vacation in Mexico for her loved ones, Jenna is dismayed when her friends' personalities change, her husband begins making clandestine calls and her teen daughter bonds with a local delinquent. A first adult novel. 5 1/2" x 8 1/4". (General Fiction)

Volunteer, The
Scibona, Salvatore. Penguin Pr (Penguin Random House). 9780525558521. $28.00. 432 Pages.
The abandonment of a child at an international airport is tied to the Vietnam War experiences of a restless recruit into a clandestine branch of the U.S. government. By the National Book Award finalist author of The End. 6 1/8" x 9 1/4". (General Fiction)

When All Is Said
Griffin, Anne. Thomas Dunne Bks (St. Martin's Pr). 9781250200587. $26.99. 336 Pages.
An 84-year-old loner, sitting at a grand hotel bar in Ireland, toasts the five people who have meant the most to him while recalling unspoken losses and joys, a tragic secret and a fierce love. A first novel. 5 3/8" x 8 1/4". (General Fiction)

White Elephant**
Langsdorf, Julie. Ecco Pr (HarperCollins). 9780062857750. $26.99. 320 Pages.
When the owner of a gaudy monstrosity of a house compromises suburban aesthetics to sell the property, his fed-up neighbors stumble over private challenges to orchestrate an increasingly hostile, laugh-out-loud turf war. A first novel. 150,000 first printing. 6" x 9". (General Fiction)

Woman Is No Man, A
Rum, Etaf. Harper. 9780062699763. $26.99. 352 Pages.
Three generations of Palestinian-American women in contemporary Brooklyn are torn by individual desire, educational ambitions, a devastating tragedy and the strict mores of traditional Arab culture. A first novel. 50,000 first printing. 6" x 9". (General Fiction)

General Nonfiction

American Messiahs: False Prophets of a Damned Nation
Morris, Adam. Liveright (Norton). 9781631492136. $28.95. 400 Pages.
Draws on independent research in a controversial analysis of American perceptions about cults that argues that history's emblematic prophets and messianic figures gained power by exposing deep social injustices and tapping the human impulse to escape flawed cultural systems. Illustrations. 6 1/8" x 9 1/4". (Religion / General)

Ave Maria: The Mystery of a Most Beloved Prayer
Pope Francis. Image Bks (Penguin Random House). 9781984826503. $21.00. 160 Pages.
A line-by-line analysis of the Ave Maria prayer by Pope Francis outlines an enlightening new vision of the importance of women in the Church and the world as understood through the lens of Mary, the mother of Jesus. 5" x 7 1/2". (Religion / Christianity)

Coders: The Making of a New Tribe and the Remaking of the World
Thompson, Clive. Penguin Group (Penguin Random House). 9780735220560. $28.00. 448 Pages.
Examines in depth computer programmers, looking at who they are, how they think, what qualifies as greatness in their world and what should give readers pause. 6 1/8" x 9 1/4". (Technology & Engineering)

Lopez, Barry. Knopf (Penguin Random House). 9780394585826. $30.00. 592 Pages.
The National Book Award-winning author of Arctic Dreams presents a lyrical, intellectual account of his world travels and the extraordinary encounters with people, animals and natural elements that shaped his life. Illustrations. Map(s). 6 1/4" x 9 1/4". (Travel)

Inside the Empire: The True Power Behind the New York Yankees**
Klapisch, Bob & Solotaroff, Paul. Houghton Mifflin. 9781328589354. $28.00. 256 Pages.
A behind-the-scenes, unstinting portrait of how deals and decisions are made within the Yankees clubhouse features controversial revelations about iconic figures, the 2018 season and the franchise's considerable wealth. 50,000 first printing. 6" x 9". (Sports & Recreation)

Mama's Last Hug: Animal and Human Emotions
de Waal, Frans. Norton. 9780393635065. $27.95. 336 Pages.
The influential primatologist and best-selling author of Are We Smart Enough to Know How Smart Animals Are? draws on renowned primate studies in an exploration of animal emotions that touches on such subjects as expressions, animal sentience and free will. Illustrations. Tour. 6 1/8" x 9 1/4". (Nature)

Moth Presents Occasional Magic: True Stories About Defying the Impossible, No. 2, The (Moth Presents)
Burns, Catherine, ed. Foreword by Meg Wolitzer. Crown (Penguin Random House). 9781101904428. $25.00. 368 Pages.
Adapted to reflect the spontaneous energy of each story's live-audience performance, a new collection of true tales from the creative minds of The Moth not-for-profit storytelling organization explores a theme of finding strength to face the impossible. 5 1/2" x 7 9/16". (Literary Collections)

Murder by the Book: The Crime That Shocked Dickens's London
Harman, Claire. Knopf (Penguin Random House). 9780525520399. $26.95. 272 Pages.
Traces the lesser-known story of a Victorian-era murder that rocked literary London, revealing how the killer organized his defense by blaming his behavior on a popular crime novel. By the prize-winning author of Jane's Fame. Illustrations. Map(s). 5 9/16" x 8 1/4". (True Crime)

Path Made Clear, The: Discovering Your Life's Direction and Purpose**
Winfrey, Oprah. Flatiron Books. 9781250307507. $27.99. 208 Pages.
The award-winning global media leader and philanthropist offers a guide for identifying one's purpose and creating a framework for a life that is both successful and meaningful, sharing inspirational quotes by some of today's most influential cultural figures. Illustrations. 6 1/2" x 8". (Body, Mind & Spirit)

Power of Agency, The: The 7 Principles to Conquer Obstacles, Make Effective Decisions, and Create a Life on Your Own Terms
Napper, Paul & Rao, Anthony. St. Martin's Pr. 9781250127570. $28.99. 336 Pages.
A psychology consultant to Fortune 500 companies and former Boston Children's Hospital pediatric psychologist draw on years of research to counsel readers on how to create a meaningful life in accordance with one's interests, values and inner motivations. 6 1/8" x 9 1/4". (Business & Economics)

See You in the Piazza: New Places to Discover in Italy
Mayes, Frances. Crown (Penguin Random House). 9780451497697. $27.00. 448 Pages.
The best-selling author of Under the Tuscan Sun presents an evocative, recipe-complemented travel narrative through Italy's 20 regions, from Friuli to Calabria, that identifies the lesser-known cultural and historical gems enjoyed by locals. Map(s). 6 1/8" x 9 1/4". (Travel)

Stoned Beyond Belief
Bronson, Action, with Rachel Wharton. Abrams Image. 9781419734434. $27.50. 224 Pages.
A photographed love letter to all things marijuana, written by a James Beard Award winner and the best-selling author of F*ck, That's Delicious, features entries ranging from medical cannabis to marijuana-inspired culture and paraphernalia. 100,000 first printing. 8" x 10". (Humor)

Talk to Me: How Voice Computing Will Transform the Way We Live, Work, and Think
Vlahos, James. Houghton Mifflin. 9781328799302. $28.00. 336 Pages.
A New York Times Magazine tech writer explores an impending revolution in voice recognition, discussing how it will transform Silicon Valley and change how computers, the internet and other resources are used. 30,000 first printing. Illustrations. 6" x 9". (Technology & Engineering)

Trial of Lizzie Borden, The
Robertson, Cara. Simon & Schuster. 9781501168376. $28.00. 384 Pages.
Drawing on 20 years of research and recently discovered evidence an account of the infamous Lizzie Borden trial explores professional and public opinions while considering how Gilded Age values and fears influenced the case. 100,000 first printing. Illustrations. 6" x 9". (True Crime)

Women With Money: The Judgment-Free Guide to Creating the Joyful, Less Stressed, Purposeful (and Yes, Rich) Life You Deserve
Chatzky, Jean. Grand Central Life & Style. 9781538745380. $28.00. 288 Pages.
The award-winning AARP The Magazine columnist, "HerMoney" podcaster and author of AgeProof draws on the insights of leading economists, financial planners and other experts to outline recommendation for a rewarding, purposeful career that earns real-world income. 50,000 first printing. . (Personal Finance)

Health and Fitness

Brain Body Diet: 40 Days to a Lean, Calm, Energized, and Happy Self
Gottfried, Sara. Foreword by David Perlmutter. HarperOne. 9780062655950. $28.99. 384 Pages.
The New York Times best-selling author of The Hormone Reset Diet outlines a 40-day program for reconnecting the brain and body to counter common symptoms affecting today's women, from weight gain to digestive imbalance to depression. 100,000 first printing. 6" x 9". (Health & Fitness)

Eat to Beat Disease: The New Science of How the Body Can Heal Itself**
Li, William W.. Grand Central Life & Style. 9781538714621. $30.00. 480 Pages.
The Harvard-trained founder of the Angiogenesis Foundation and TED Talk presenter of, "Can We Eat to Starve Cancer?" outlines strategies for consuming 200 popular health-bolstering foods to reinforce the body's defense systems and fight disease. 250,000 first printing. . (Health & Fitness)

Hashimoto's Food Pharmacology: Nutrition Protocols and Healing Recipes to Take Charge of Your Thyroid Health
Wentz, Izabella. HarperOne. 9780062571595. $31.99. 352 Pages.
A pioneering expert in lifestyle interventions for treating Hashimoto's thyroiditis shares 125 recipes for revitalizing the immune system, minimizing medication dependency and improving chronic symptoms. By the author of Hashimoto's Protocol. 100,000 first printing. Illustrations. 7 3/8" x 9 1/8". (Health & Fitness)

Longevity Paradox, The: How to Die Young at a Ripe Old Age
Gundry, Steven R.. HarperCollins. 9780062843395. $28.99. 384 Pages.
The best-selling author of The Plant Paradox identifies links to age-related ailments and gut bacteria, outlining strategies for maintaining optimal life quality throughout the senior years by supporting the body's age-vulnerable microbiome. 150,000 first printing. 6" x 9". (Health & Fitness)

Historical Fiction

Daisy Jones & The Six**
Reid, Taylor Jenkins. Ballantine (Penguin Random House). 9781524798628. $27.00. 368 Pages.
Two rising 70s rock-and-roll artists are catapulted into stardom when a producer puts them together, a decision that is complicated by a pregnancy and the seductions of fame. By the author of The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo. 6 1/8" x 9 1/4". (Historical Fiction)

Have Brides, Will Travel, No. 1
Johnstone, William W. & Johnstone, J. A.. Kensington Bks. 9781496718488. $27.95. 400 Pages.
Things get complicated when Bo Creel and Scratch Mortonare are tasked with delivering five mail-order brides safely to a mining town in New Mexico Territory. By a pair of national best-selling authors. . (Westerns)

In Another Time
Cantor, Jillian. HarperPerennial. 9780062886231. $26.99. 336 Pages.
A bookshop owner in pre-World War II Germany launches a secret effort to save his wife, a Jewish concert violinist who awakens in 1946 Berlin with no memory of the past decade or her husband's fate. 20,000 first printing. 6" x 9". (Historical Fiction)

Island of Sea Women, The**
See, Lisa. Scribner (Simon & Schuster). 9781501154850. $27.00. 384 Pages.
The ostracized daughter of a Japanese collaborator and the daughter of their Korean village's head female diver share nearly a century of friendship that is tested by their island's torn position between two warring empires. 200,000 first printing. 6" x 9". (Historical Fiction)

Last Year of the War, The**
Meissner, Susan. Berkley Pub Group (Penguin Random House). 9780451492159. $26.00. 400 Pages.
A German-American teen finds her life and identity turned upside-down when her father is accused of being a Nazi sympathizer, triggering her family's forced relocation into a Texas internment camp. By the award-winning author of Secrets of a Charmed Life. 6" x 9". (Historical Fiction)

Make Me a City
Carr, Jonathan. Henry Holt. 9781250294012. $30.00. 448 Pages.
A fanciful reinterpretation of 19th-century Chicago traces its rise from a frontier settlement to an industrial colossus through the stories of a bombastic speculator, a pioneering woman reporter and the city's unheralded founder. A first novel. 6 1/8" x 9 1/4". (Historical Fiction)

Over the Fence, No. 2 (The Neighbors)
Monroe, Mary. Dafina (Kensington Bks). 9781496716149. $26.00. 400 Pages.
Depression-era Southern bootleggers, Milton and Yvonne Hamilton, discover their neighbors are involved in dubious businesses themselves and threaten to blackmail them in order to hide their own dirty secrets, in the second novel of the series following One House Over. 6" x 9". (Historical Fiction)

Wolf and the Watchman, The
Natt Och Dag, Niklas. Atria (Simon & Schuster). 9781501196775. $28.00. 384 Pages.
A U.S. release of an award-winning first novel finds a disabled ex-soldier and a lawyer with tuberculosis combing the underworld of 18th-century Stockholm to unmask a ruthless murderer before a young workhouse laborer becomes a next victim. 100,000 first printing. 6" x 9". (Historical Fiction)


Age of Disenchantments, The: The Epic Story of Spain's Most Notorious Literary Family and the Long Shadow of the Spanish Civil War
Shulman, Aaron. Ecco Pr (HarperCollins). 9780062484192. $29.99. 496 Pages.
A narrative history of the Paneros literary family places their story against a backdrop of the Spanish Civil War and explores how their lives intersected with those of the period's most storied figures in culture and politics. 40,000 first printing. 6" x 9". (History / General)

End of the Myth, The: From the Frontier to the Border Wall in the Mind of America
Grandin, Greg. Metropolitan Bks (Henry Holt). 9781250179821. $30.00. 384 Pages.
The author of the Pulitzer finalist, Fordlandia, examines how the identity-shaping idea of an open and ever-expanding American frontier has evolved from early westward expansion into the reactionary populism of Donald Trump's border-wall proposals. 6 1/8" x 9 1/4". (History / United States)

Girl in Black and White: The Story of Mary Mildred Williams and the Abolition Movement
Morgan-Owens, Jessie. Norton. 9780393609240. $27.95. 272 Pages.
Presents the lesser-known story of slave Mary Mildred Williams, whose fair-skinned appearance rendered her the poster child of the American abolitionist movement and influenced the line where white sympathy was drawn and recognized. Illustrations. 6 1/8" x 9 1/4". (History / United States)

Madame Fourcade's Secret War: The Daring Young Woman Who Led France's Largest Spy Network Against Hitler
Olson, Lynne. Random House (Penguin Random House). 9780812994766. $30.00. 464 Pages.
The New York Times best-selling author of Citizens of London and Last Hope Island tells the true story of the woman who headed the largest spy network in occupied France during World War II. Illustrations. 6 1/8" x 9 1/4". (History / Military)

Mr. President, How Long Must We Wait?: Alice Paul, Woodrow Wilson, and the Fight for the Right to Vote
Cassidy, Tina. 37 Ink. 9781501177767. $28.00. 304 Pages.
The author of Jackie After O examines the complex relationship between suffragist leader Alice Paul and President Woodrow Wilson, revealing the life-risking measures that Paul and her supporters endured to gain voting rights for American women. 60,000 first printing. 6" x 9". (History / United States)

Operation Dragoon: The Allied Liberation of the South of France: 1944  
Cross, Robin. Pegasus Bks (Norton). 9781681778600. $27.95. 400 Pages.
The best-selling author of We'll Meet Again presents a narrative account of the 1944 Operation Dragoon Allied liberation of the South of France, chronicling major campaign stages while exploring the pivotal contributions of the French. Illustrations. 6" x 9". (History / Military)

Shoot for the Moon: The Space Race and the Extraordinary Voyage of Apollo 11**
Donovan, James. Little, Brown. 9780316341783. $30.00. 464 Pages.
Published to coincide with the mission's 50th anniversary, a meticulously researched account of the Apollo 11 program also examines its astronauts, flight controllers and engineers, as well as its role in shaping the Mercury and Gemini missions. 75,000 first printing. . (History / United States)

Soldier, Sailor, Frogman, Spy, Airman, Gangster, Kill or Die: How the Allies Won on D-Day
Milton, Giles. Henry Holt. 9781250134929. $30.00. 512 Pages.
A chronicle of the first 24 hours of the D-Day invasion shares the perspectives of a diverse range of Allied, German and French contributors to explore the conflict's strategic mastery and human realities. Illustrations. Map(s). 6 1/8" x 9 1/4". (History / Military)

Spies of No Country: Secret Lives at the Birth of Israel
Friedman, Matti. Algonquin Bks (Workman). 9781616207229. $26.95. 272 Pages.
A meticulously researched chronicle of the Arab Section, Israel's first spy organization, details how undercover intelligence operatives in 1948 Beirut risked or lost their lives in support of Israeli statehood. By the award-winning author of Pumpkinflowers. Illustrations. Tour. 5 1/2" x 8 1/4". (History / General)

Ten Caesars: Roman Emperors From Augustus to Constantine
Strauss, Barry. Simon & Schuster. 9781451668834. $28.00. 416 Pages.
The classical historian and best-selling author of The Death of Caesar chronicles three and a half centuries of the Roman Empire through the lives of 10 forefront emperors, from Augustus to Constantine. 50,000 first printing. Illustrations. 6" x 9". (History / General)

When the Irish Invaded Canada: The Incredible True Story of the Civil War Veterans Who Fought for Ireland's Freedom
Klein, Christopher. Doubleday (Penguin Random House). 9780385542609. $28.95. 384 Pages.
A history of the Fenian Raids chronicles how thousands of Irish-American Civil War veterans united under a common goal to seize the British province of Canada and hold it hostage to secure Irish independence. By the author of Strong Boy. Illustrations. 6 1/8" x 9 1/4". (History / Military)

White Shoe: How a New Breed of Wall Street Lawyers Changed Big Business and the American Century
Oller, John. Dutton (Penguin Random House). 9781524743253. $30.00. 448 Pages.
A former Manhattan lawyer presents a rollicking account of how an ambitious new class of attorneys in the 20th century devised and implemented the strategies that launched the era of American big business and international Wall Street prominence. 6" x 9". (History / General)

Mystery & Detective

American Agent, No. 15, The (Maisie Dobbs)**
Winspear, Jacqueline. Harper. 9780062436665. $27.99. 384 Pages.
Coordinating an effort between Scotland Yard and the Secret Service, Maisie Dobbs investigates the murder of an American war correspondent in London during the World War II Blitz. By the best-selling author of To Die but Once. 100,000 first printing. Tour. 6" x 9". (Mystery & Detective)

Auntie Poldi and the Vineyards of Etna, No. 2 (Auntie Poldi Adventures)
Giordano, Mario. Trans by John Brownjohn. Houghton Mifflin. 9781328919021. $26.00. 368 Pages.
A follow-up to Auntie Poldi and the Sicilian Lions finds Prosecco-loving Auntie Poldi defending her community when a dog is poisoned and a respected handyman goes missing amid a rise in local Mafia activities. 75,000 first printing. 5 1/2" x 8 1/4". (Mystery & Detective)

Beautiful Corpse, A, No. 2 (Harper McClain Mysteries)
Daugherty, Christi. Minotaur Bks (St. Martin's Pr). 9781250148872. $26.99. 336 Pages.
When a 24-year-old bartender is found murdered, crime reporter Harper McClain investigates three men, including the victim's former-criminal boyfriend, her stalker boss and her acrimonious ex, the son of the district attorney. By the author of The Echo Killing. 6 1/8" x 9 1/4". (Mystery & Detective)

Blood Oath, No. 20 (Alexandra Cooper)**
Fairstein, Linda. Dutton (Penguin Random House). 9781524743109. $28.00. 368 Pages.
A key witness' revelation about a sexual assault at the hands of a prominent official is complicated by rumors about a colleague's abusive conduct and another associate's violent, mysterious collapse. By the New York Times best-selling author of Deadfall. Tour. 6" x 9". (Mystery & Detective)

Broken Bone China, No. 20 (Tea Shop Mysteries)**
Childs, Laura. Berkley Pub Group (Penguin Random House). 9780451489630. $26.00. 336 Pages.
Theodosia and Drayton cater a hot-air-balloon rally, where a horrific drone attack kills a software CEO in possession of a rare historical flag. Includes recipes and tea-time tips. By the New York Times best-selling author of Plum Tea Crazy. 5 1/8" x 8". (Mystery & Detective)

Crashing Heat, No. 10 (Nikki Heat)
Castle, Richard. Kingswell. 9781368040525. $26.99. 240 Pages.
Nikki investigates the activities of a secret society when an invitation by Rook's alma mater is thrown into chaos by the scandalous death of a student reporter. By the New York Times best-selling author of Heat Storm. 35,000 first printing. . (Mystery & Detective)

Dangerous Collaboration, A, No. 4 (Veronica Speedwell Mysteries)
Raybourn, Deanna. Berkley Pub Group (Penguin Random House). 9780451490711. $26.00. 336 Pages.
Attending a party in remote Cornwall as a favor to a colleague, Victorian adventuress Veronica Speedwell races to uncover her host's true agenda when suspicious accidents plague the guests. By the New York Times best-selling author of A Treacherous Curse. Tour. 6" x 9". (Mystery & Detective)

Elephant of Surprise, No. 13, The (Hap and Leonard)
Lansdale, Joe R.. Mulholland Bks (Little, Brown). 9780316479875. $26.00. 256 Pages.
Unlikely partners Hap and Leonard save a woman from a mob hit, only to find themselves confronted by an adversary who challenges their friendship. By the Edgar Award-winning author of Jackrabbit Smile. 35,000 first printing. . (Mystery & Detective)

Man With No Face, The
May, Peter. Quercus (Penguin Random House). 9781635061222. $26.99. 416 Pages.
Available for the first time in the U.S., a classic early novel by the award-winning author of the China Thrillers follows an iconoclastic journalist's pursuit of a deadly assassin in politically turbulent 1979 Belgium. 35,000 first printing. . (Mystery & Detective)

Murder Once Removed, No. 1 (Ancestry Detective)
Perkins, S. C.. Minotaur Bks (St. Martin's Pr). 9781250189035. $26.99. 336 Pages.
When a high-profile billionaire makes a history-changing claim on live television, genealogist Lucy Lancaster of Austin, Texas begins an investigation dating back to the mid-19th century before she is confronted by a modern descendant who would protect family secrets. 5 3/8" x 8 1/4". (Mystery & Detective)

Perfect Alibi, The**
Margolin, Phillip. Minotaur Bks (St. Martin's Pr). 9781250117526. $27.99. 320 Pages.
Two rape cases at the same bar are complicated by a prominent athlete's threats, baffling DNA evidence, suspicious attacks on case lawyers and a D.A.'s resolve to prosecute a killing in self-defense. By the best-selling author of Violent Crimes. 6 1/8" x 9 1/4". (Mystery & Detective)

Smoke and Ashes, No. 3 (Sam Wyndham)
Mukherjee, Abir. Pegasus Bks (Norton). 9781643130149. $25.95. 352 Pages.
Recognizing ritualistic injuries on a murder victim from a memory compromised by his opium addiction, Captain Sam Wyndham, aided by sidekick Surrender-Not Banerjee, struggles to solve two mysteries while hiding his personal demons from the Calcutta police force. 6" x 9". (Mystery & Detective)

Stranger Diaries, The
Griffiths, Elly. Houghton Mifflin. 9781328577856. $25.00. 352 Pages.
A first stand-alone mystery by the author of the Ruth Galloway series finds a high-school English teacher chronicling her suspicions about the murder of a colleague before discovering a sinister message in her own diary. 35,000 first printing. 6" x 9". (Mystery & Detective)

Unto Us a Son Is Given, No. 28 (Guido Brunetti)**
Leon, Donna. Atlantic Monthly Pr (PGW). 9780802129116. $26.00. 320 Pages.
When an elderly family friend is urged to bequeath his fortune to a specific heir before suddenly dropping dead, Commissario Guido Brunetti untangles a disturbing mystery from the victim's past. By the award-winning author of The Temptation of Forgiveness. 6" x 9". (Mystery & Detective)

Political Science

Bending Toward Justice: The Birmingham Church Bombing that Changed the Course of Civil Rights
Jones, Doug, with Greg Truman. Foreword by Rick Bragg. All Points Bks (Macmillan). 9781250201447. $29.99. 384 Pages.
A U.S. senator traces the decades-long legal battle to bring justice to the victims of the 1963 Birmingham bombing attack on the 16th Street Baptist Church, detailing how the case was originally closed before the surviving bombers were eventually convicted. Illustrations. 6 1/8" x 9 1/4". (Political Science)

Doing Justice: A Prosecutor's Thoughts on Crime, Punishment, and the Rule of Law**
Bharara, Preet. Knopf (Penguin Random House). 9780525521129. $27.95. 368 Pages.
From a one-time federal prosecutor for the Southern District of New York comes an important overview of the way the American justice system works, and why the rule of law is essential to U.S. society, in a book that uses case histories, personal experiences and more. 5 5/8" x 9 1/4". (Political Science)

Gray Day: My Undercover Mission to Expose America's First Cyber Spy**
O'Neill, Eric. Crown (Penguin Random House). 9780525573524. $27.00. 304 Pages.
A cybersecurity expert and former FBI operative traces his undercover mission to capture a notorious Russian mole, describing how under the guise of a computer tech he gathered evidence against his own boss, exposing America's vulnerability to Russian cyberespionage. 6 1/8" x 9 1/4". (Political Science)

How Safe Are We?: Homeland Security Since 9/11
Napolitano, Janet, with Karen Breslau. Public Affairs (Perseus Pub Group). 9781541762220. $26.00. 240 Pages.
A former secretary of the Department of Homeland Security offers an insightful analysis of American security at home and a prescription for the future. 40,000 first printing. Tour. . (Political Science)

Kushner, Inc.: Greed, Ambition, Corruption: The Extraordinary Story of Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump**
Ward, Vicky. St. Martin's Pr. 9781250185945. $28.99. 320 Pages.
The investigative journalist and best-selling author of The Liar's Ball traces the controversial rise of Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump, exploring their personal lives, relationships and agendas to offer cautionary insights into their toxic political influence. 6 1/8" x 9 1/4". (Political Science)

Love Your Enemies: How Decent People Can Save America From Our Culture of Contempt
Brooks, Arthur C.. Broadside Bks (Harper). 9780062883759. $27.99. 288 Pages.
The best-selling author of The Conservative Heart cites the role of divisive leaders in today's partisan America, outlining specific recommendations for reuniting the nation around its core principles of respect, kindness and dignity. 50,000 first printing. 6" x 9". (Political Science)

No Safe Spaces
Prager, Dennis & Joseph, Mark. Foreword by Adam Carolla. Regnery Pub (Perseus Dist). 9781621578659. $28.99. 256 Pages.
Featuring interviews with Jordan Peterson and Dr. Everett Piper, a tie-in to the highly anticipated documentary of the same name analyzes the anti-free speech student movements that are spreading throughout the colleges campuses of today's America. Movie tie-in. 6" x 9". (Political Science)

Truth in Our Times: Inside the Fight for Press Freedom in the Age of Alternative Facts
McCraw, David E.. All Points Bks (Macmillan). 9781250184429. $28.99. 304 Pages.
A prominent New York Times newsroom lawyer whose scathing reply to Trump's demand for a retraction about his sexual abuses went viral in October 2016 shares insight into the conflicts and controversies impacting press freedom in today's America. 5 3/8" x 8 1/4". (Political Science)


Cliff House, The
Thayne, RaeAnne. HQN Bks (Harlequin). 9781335004901. $26.99. 384 Pages.
Growing up dependent on each other for everything, two orphaned sisters and their aunt reevaluate their choices at a crossroads in life. By the New York Times best-selling author of The Cottages on Silver Beach. 100,000 first printing. 6 1/8" x 9 1/4". (Romance)

Deep Harbor**
Michaels, Fern. Kensington Bks. 9781496714510. $22.95. 272 Pages.
Immersing herself in her job as assistant to a congressman after the death of her only family member, Carol Ann "CJ" Jansen uncovers possible evidence of her boss' corrupt activities before his sudden disappearance. By a #1 New York Times best-selling author. 5 1/2" x 8 1/4". (Romance)

Lethal Legacy, A, No. 4 (New York Confidential)**
Graham, Heather. Mira Bks (Harlequin). 9780778351283. $26.99. 352 Pages.
Summoned to a New York island by his father's mysterious death, an FBI agent teams up with a compelling local to investigate a present-day killer. By the New York Times best-selling author of A Dangerous Game. 125,000 first printing. 6 1/8" x 9 1/4". (Romance)

Me for You**
Winston, Lolly. Gallery Bks (Simon & Schuster). 9781501179129. $26.00. 304 Pages.
A widower pianist finds his efforts to move on after the murder of his beloved wife complicated by police suspicion, an ex's reappearance and an adult child with marital problems. By the best-selling author of Good Grief. 75,000 first printing. 6" x 9". (Romance)

Silent Night**
Steel, Danielle. Delacorte Pr (Penguin Random House). 9780399179389. $28.99. 288 Pages.
A psychiatrist gives up her uncomplicated life when she becomes the guardian of her niece, a child star turned emotionally traumatized patient in the aftermath of a devastating tragedy. By the best-selling author of The Mistress. 6 1/8" x 9 1/4". (Romance)

Slow Ride, No. 2 (Road to Love)
Foster, Lori. HQN Bks (Harlequin). 9781335005809. $26.99. 384 Pages.
A follow-up to Driven to Distraction finds treasure hunter Ronnie Ashford struggling to maintain professional distance in her reluctant collaboration with security expert Jack Crews, who resolves to prove there is more to their relationship. Hardcover library edition. 10,000 first printing. 6 1/8" x 9 1/4". (Romance)

Stone Bridges, No. 9 (Swift River Valley)**
Neggers, Carla. Mira Bks (Harlequin). 9780778368977. $26.99. 384 Pages.
Taking a temporary job in small-town Knights Bridge to meet the father she never knew, Adrienne joins a local search for three lost boys before bonding with a longtime local who makes her question her future choices. Hardcover library edition. 10,000 first printing. 6 1/8" x 9 1/4". (Romance)

Toxic Game, No. 15 (GhostWalker)**
Feehan, Christine. Berkley Pub Group (Penguin Random House). 9781984803498. $27.00. 416 Pages.
A GhostWalker doctor and a woman with enhanced senses discover the power of their new anti-terrorism partnership at the same time they are infected by a deadly biological weapon. By the best-selling author of the Shadow Riders series. 6" x 9". (Romance)


Blueprint: The Evolutionary Origins of a Good Society
Christakis, Nicholas A.. Little Brown Spark. 9780316230032. $30.00. 544 Pages.
The co-author of Connected presents a cutting-edge exploration of the biological roots of positive social behavior that reveals how human genes have countered violence and self-interest with equally inherent, society-building tendencies toward friendship, cooperation and learning. 75,000 first printing. . (Science)

Book of Humans, The: 4 Billion Years, 20,000 Genes, and the New Story of How We Became Us
Rutherford, Adam. Experiment LLC (Workman Pub). 9781615195312. $25.95. 256 Pages.
The author of A Brief History of Everyone Who Ever Lived draws on current genetic research to explore the paradox of the human identity as a member of the animal kingdom that is distinct from all others. 50,000 first printing. Illustrations. Tour. 6" x 9". (Science)

Elegant Defense, An: The Extraordinary New Science of the Immune System: A Tale in Four Lives
Richtel, Matt. William Morrow (HarperCollins). 9780062698537. $28.99. 448 Pages.
An exploration of the human immune system by the Pulitzer Prize-winning and New York Times best-selling author of A Deadly Wandering analyzes four immunotherapy cases to explain how our defense systems protect and sometimes injure the body. 125,000 first printing. 6" x 9". (Science)

Genesis: The Deep Origin of Societies
Wilson, Edward O.. Liveright (Norton). 9781631495540. $23.95. 224 Pages.
Forming a 21st-century statement on Darwinian evolution, one shorn of “religious and political dogma,” the author offers a bold work of scientific thought and synthesis. 5 1/2" x 8 1/4". (Science)

Once a Wolf: The Science Behind Our Dogs' Astonishing Genetic Evolution
Sykes, Bryan. Liveright (Norton). 9781631493799. $27.95. 320 Pages.
The best-selling author of The Seven Daughters of Eve reveals how all dogs share a common ancestry with a small group of domesticated wolves and how the vast range of canine breeds were created by a few gene mutations. Illustrations. 6 1/8" x 9 1/4". (Science)

Skeleton Keys: The Secret Life of Bone
Switek, Brian. Riverhead Bks (Penguin Random House). 9780399184901. $26.00. 288 Pages.
The author of My Beloved Brontosaurus presents a natural and cultural history of bone that explains how human skeletons evolved over 500 million years, what they do inside the body and how they record a person's history. Illustrations. 5 1/2" x 8 1/4". (Science)


Burnout: The Secret to Unlocking the Stress Cycle
Nagoski, Emily & Nagoski, Amelia. Ballantine (Penguin Random House). 9781984817068. $27.00. 320 Pages.
The best-selling author of Come as You Are and her sister reveal why women experience burnout differently than men, outlining science-based, feminist recommendations for reducing stress, resisting negative media and befriending one's inner critic. Includes pie charts, worksheets and graphs. 6 1/8" x 9 1/4". (Self-Help)

Girl, Stop Apologizing: A Shame-Free Plan for Embracing and Achieving Your Goals**
Hollis, Rachel. Harpercollins Leadership. 9781400209606. $24.99. 240 Pages.
The best-selling author of Girl, Wash Your Face and founder of urges women to stop feeling self-conscious about their ambitions and to start pursuing their dreams with confidence, outlining specific behaviors that promote moving forward. Illustrations. 5 1/2" x 8 3/8". (Self-Help)

Outer Order, Inner Calm: Declutter and Organize to Make More Room for Happiness**
Rubin, Gretchen. Harmony Bks (Penguin Random House). 9781984822802. $16.99. 208 Pages.
The best-selling author of The Four Tendencies and The Happiness Project reveals the link between external order and inner calm, listing more than 150 customizable ideas for minimizing clutter to promote better productivity, creativity and energy. Illustrations. 5" x 7". (Self-Help)

Someday Is Not a Day in the Week: 10 Hacks to Make the Rest of Your Life the Best of Your Life
Horn, Sam. St. Martin's Pr. 9781250201225. $27.99. 288 Pages.
A guide to creating and living a life of fulfillment shares succinct, real-world examples and inspirational insights into the true sources of happiness to motivate readers into taking action in the present to prioritize authentic well-being. 5 3/8" x 8 1/4". (Self-Help)

This Chair Rocks: A Manifesto Against Ageism
Applewhite, Ashton. Celadon Books (Macmillan). 9781250311481. $26.99. 304 Pages.
An author, activist and TED-talk speaker has written a manifesto calling for an end to discrimination and prejudice on the basis of age. 6 1/8" x 9 1/4". (Self-Help)

Social Science

American Summer, An: Love and Death in Chicago
Kotlowitz, Alex. Nan A. Talese (Knopf). 9780385538800. $27.95. 304 Pages.
The award-winning author of There Are No Children Here examines the humanity and brutality of Chicago's most turbulent neighborhoods through a series of deeply intimate profiles that illuminate the firsthand realities of gun violence in today's America. 6 1/4" x 9 1/4". (Social Science)

Biased: Uncovering the Hidden Prejudice That Shapes What We See, Think, and Do**
Eberhardt, Jennifer L.. Viking (Penguin Random House). 9780735224933. $28.00. 352 Pages.
A Stanford professor, MacArthur grant recipient and leading expert on unconscious racial bias examines the manifestations of automatic racism in today's world and how they influence contemporary race relations and criminal justice. Illustrations. Tour. 6" x 9". (Social Science)

Era of Ignition: Coming of Age in a Time of Rage and Revolution
Tamblyn, Amber. Crown (Penguin Random House). 9781984822987. $25.00. 256 Pages.
The activist poet and Emmy-nominated actress presents a passionate, deeply personal exploration of feminism in today's divisive world that recalls a turning point in her life that helped her take control of her own destiny. 5" x 8". (Social Science)

Four Horsemen, The: The Conversation that Sparked an Atheist Revolution
Hitchens, Christopher, et al. Intro by Stephen Fry. Random House (Penguin Random House). 9780525511953. $23.00. 160 Pages.
A transcript of the 2007 viral documentary features intellectual responses to the fundamental questions of faith, human existence and the new atheism, in a volume that is complemented by new, contextualized essays by the group's three surviving members. 5 1/2" x 8 1/4". (Social Science)

Human Network, The: How Your Social Position Determines Your Power, Beliefs, and Behaviors
Jackson, Matthew O.. Pantheon Bks (Penguin Random House). 9781101871430. $28.95. 352 Pages.
A Stanford University economist examines how human networks drive inequality, social immobility and political polarization and are often overlooked factors in success and failure, examining the role of social structures in patterns ranging from disease outbreak to financial crises. 6 1/8" x 9 1/4". (Social Science)


All the Wrong Places**
Fielding, Joy. Ballantine (Penguin Random House). 9780399181559. $27.00. 368 Pages.
Driven to desperation by divorce, boredom, infidelity and loss, four women turn to online dating for companionship, only to find themselves in the crosshairs of a tech-savvy killer. By the New York Times best-selling author of The Bad Daughter. 6 1/8" x 9 1/4". (Suspense)

Beautiful Bad**
Ward, Annie. Park Row (Harlequin). 9780778369103. $26.99. 368 Pages.
Starting a therapeutic journal in the aftermath of a scarring accident, a former travel writer is forced to reckon with her husband's PTSD, her son's safety and her family's complicated history with a best friend. 250,000 first printing. 6 1/8" x 9 1/4". (Suspense)

Before She Knew Him**
Swanson, Peter. William Morrow (HarperCollins). 9780062838155. $26.99. 320 Pages.
A Boston artist with bipolar disorder, while she is in a new neighbor's home, spots an item that once belonged to the victim of an unsolved murder. By the award-winning author of The Kind Worth Killing. 75,000 first printing. 6" x 9". (Suspense)

Black and Blue, No. 3 (Doug Brock Thrillers)**
Rosenfelt, David. Minotaur Bks (St. Martin's Pr). 9781250133144. $26.99. 336 Pages.
Struggling with amnesia after surviving a shooting, Doug Brock reinvestigates a cold case involving the DNA of a man he eliminated as a suspect, but can no longer remember. By the national best-selling author of Blackout. 6 1/8" x 9 1/4". (Suspense)

Call Me Evie
Pomare, J. P.. Putnam (Penguin Random House). 9780525538141. $26.00. 368 Pages.
Isolated in a remote beach-town cabin by a man who is either a captor or benefactor, a 17-year-old girl struggles with her fragmented memory to uncover why she is accused of committing an unspeakable act. A first novel. 6" x 9". (Suspense)

Celtic Empire, No. 25 (Dirk Pitt Adventures)**
Cussler, Clive & Cussler, Dirk. Putnam (Penguin Random House). 9780735218994. $29.00. 416 Pages.
The murders of a U.N. science team in El Salvador, a deadly collision in the Detroit waterways and an attack on the Nile are linked to the ancient story of a fugitive Egyptian princess. By a #1 best-selling author. Illustrations. 6" x 9". (Action & Adventure)

Cemetery Road**
Iles, Greg. William Morrow (HarperCollins). 9780062824615. $28.99. 752 Pages.
His father's terminal illness, his family's struggling newspaper and a politically charged murder trial force a Washington journalist to return to his small Mississippi hometown. By the #1 New York Times best-selling author of Mississippi Blood. 400,000 first printing. Tour. 6" x 9". (Suspense)

Cornwalls Are Gone, The**
Patterson, James, with Brendan DuBois. Little, Brown. 9780316485555. $28.00. 352 Pages.
An intelligence officer must use lethal tactics in open defiance of Army Command when a mysterious adversary kidnaps her family and gives her 48 hours to commit an unspeakable crime. Co-written by a #1 best-selling author. 500,000 first printing. . (Suspense)

Crown Jewel, No. 2 (Simon Riske)**
Reich, Christopher. Mulholland Bks (Little, Brown). 9780316342391. $28.00. 384 Pages.
A sequel to the New York Times best-selling novel The Take finds international spy Simon Riske connecting a series of crimes in Monte Carlo's most lavish casinos to a brutal plot by an organization of criminal gamblers. 75,000 first printing. . (Suspense)

Dark Tribute, No. 24 (Eve Duncan)**
Johansen, Iris. St. Martin's Pr. 9781250075888. $28.99. 384 Pages.
Kidnapped by a mysterious adversary from her grandfather's past, violin prodigy Cara Delaney struggles to escape and protect her loved ones from becoming casualties of dark forces from her tragic childhood. By a #1 New York Times best-selling author. 6 1/8" x 9 1/4". (Suspense)

Dead in a Week (Forensic Instincts/Zermatt Group Thrillers)
Kane, Andrea. Bonnie Meadow (Atlasbooks Dist Serv). 9781682320297. $24.95. 384 Pages.
When Lauren Pennington, a tech mogul's daughter, is kidnapped and given one week to live, Aiden Deveraux's team must rescue her in a globe-spanning chase that exposes a international conspiracy. By a New York Times and USA Today best-selling author. 6" x 9". (Suspense)

Devil Aspect, The
Russell, Craig. Doubleday (Penguin Random House). 9780385544368. $27.95. 432 Pages.
A brilliant young psychologist in 1935 Czechoslovakia begins his job at an asylum housing the country's six most depraved murderers, while a detective tries to identify the mindset of a brutal serial killer in Prague. 6 1/8" x 9 1/4". (Suspense)

Double Exposure
Millar, Miles & Gough, Alfred. Grand Central Pub. 9781538731369. $26.00. 336 Pages.
A first novel by the creators of Smallville traces the experiences of a decorated Korean War veteran and a CIA officer who are swept into a 1960s global conspiracy that suggests that Hitler is still alive. 25,000 first printing. . (Espionage)

Fifth Doctrine, No. 3, The (Guardian)**
Robards, Karen. Mira Bks (Harlequin). 9780778369479. $26.99. 336 Pages.
Offered her freedom in exchange for a dangerous undercover assignment, master manipulator Bianca St. Ives poses as an elite hacker to feed strategic misinformation to North Korea's tyrannical regime. By the best-selling author of The Moscow Deception. 100,000 first printing. 6 1/8" x 9 1/4". (Suspense)

First Lady, The**
Patterson, James, with Brendan DuBois. Grand Central Pub. 9781538714959. $28.00. 368 Pages.
When the First Lady disappears after her husband’s affair goes public, top secret agent Sally Grissom is charged with finding her and is faced with a twisted case after the White House receives a ransom note along with the First Lady’s finger. Hardcover library edition. . (Suspense)

Good Detective, No. 1, The (P. T. Marsh)
McMahon, John. Putnam (Penguin Random House). 9780525535539. $27.00. 320 Pages.
Struggling with his professional detachment after the death of his wife and son, once-promising detective P. T. Marsh is implicated in the death of an abusive man who is subsequently linked to a hate killing. A first novel. 6" x 9". (Suspense)

Her Father's Secret, No. 2 (Family Secrets)
Blaedel, Sara. Grand Central Pub. 9781538763254. $26.00. 320 Pages.
A follow-up to The Daughter finds Ilka's efforts to bond with her late father's second family in rural Wisconsin complicated by the sudden death of a local woman with suspicious ties to Ilka's father. 25,000 first printing. . (Suspense)

House on Fire
Kistler, Bonnie. Atria (Simon & Schuster). 9781501198687. $27.00. 416 Pages.
Believing in the strength of their blended family, a couple are horrified when the son of one is charged in the drunk-driving death of the other's daughter, triggering a manslaughter trial that is rocked by conflicting accounts. 75,000 first printing. 6" x 9". (Suspense)

Last Act, The**
Parks, Brad. Dutton (Penguin Random House). 9781524743536. $26.00. 384 Pages.
Accepting a lucrative six-month job from the FBI, a struggling stage actor impersonates a felon to get close to the fearsome head of one of Mexico's deadliest cartels. By the award-winning author of Say Nothing. 6" x 9". (Suspense)

Last Second, No. 6, The (Brit in the FBI)**
Coulter, Catherine & Ellison, J. T.. Gallery Bks (Simon & Schuster). 9781501138225. $27.99. 448 Pages.
When an eccentric treasure hunter finances a private space agency and augments its first satellite with a nuclear device, special agents Drummond and Caine race to prevent a corrupt scientist's apocalyptic plot. 200,000 first printing. 6" x 9". (Suspense)

Last Woman in the Forest, The**
Les Becquets, Diane. Berkley Pub Group (Penguin Random House). 9780399587047. $26.00. 352 Pages.
An endangered wildlife protector on assignment in northern Alberta falls in love with her brilliant mentor before a tragic accident and disturbing inconsistencies trigger her suspicions about his possible role in four murders. By the best-selling author of Breaking Wild. 6" x 9". (Suspense)

Liar's Child, The
Buckley, Carla. Ballantine (Penguin Random House). 9781101887127. $27.00. 288 Pages.
When a raging hurricane threatens their coastal apartment complex, a woman hiding under the radar from a complicated past makes a noble choice to rescue two at-risk neighbor kids, with unexpected consequences. By the author of The Good Goodbye. 6 1/8" x 9 1/4". (Suspense)

Malta Exchange, No. 14, The (Cotton Malone)**
Berry, Steve. Minotaur Bks (St. Martin's Pr). 9781250140265. $28.99. 416 Pages.
Former Justice Department operative Cotton Malone races to Italy to secure a history-changing document with ties to a 900-year-old organization that would manipulate the selection of the next pope. By the best-selling author of The Lost Order. 6 1/8" x 9 1/4". (Espionage)

My Lovely Wife**
Downing, Samantha. Berkley Pub Group (Penguin Random House). 9780451491725. $26.00. 384 Pages.
A seemingly typical suburban husband discloses the secret ways that his wife of 15 years and he keep their marriage alive and chase away domestic boredom by orchestrating creative ways to get away with murder. A first novel. 6" x 9". (Suspense)

Night Visitors, The
Goodman, Carol. William Morrow (HarperCollins). 9780062884367. $26.99. 320 Pages.
A social worker living alone in a run-down house in the woods offers shelter to a young boy and a woman fleeing an abusive relationship before their lives are threatened by dangerous secrets. 25,000 first printing. 6" x 9". (Suspense)

Other Americans, The
Lalami, Laila. Pantheon Bks (Penguin Random House). 9781524747145. $25.95. 320 Pages.
The suspicious death of a Moroccan immigrant impacts the lives of a diverse cast of characters, including his jazz-composer daughter, an undocumented witness and an Iraqi War veteran. By the award-winning author of The Moor's Account. 6 1/8" x 9 1/4". (Suspense)

Parade, The**
Eggers, Dave. Knopf (Penguin Random House). 9780525655305. $25.95. 192 Pages.
Sent to oversee the completion of a highway that symbolizes an important armistice between two halves of a war-torn state, two foreign contractors are forced to confront the absurdities and dire consequences of their roles in forging peace. 5" x 7 1/2". (Suspense)

Perfect Girlfriend, The
Hamilton, Karen. Graydon House (Harlequin). 9781525831508. $26.99. 352 Pages.
Pursuing flight-attendant training in her desperation to reclaim her pilot ex, Juliette resorts to incrementally unstable measures, from cleaning his apartment to shopping for his groceries, in her resolve to end his relationship with another woman. 10,000 first printing. 6 1/8" x 9 1/4". (Suspense)

Redemption Point, No. 2 (Crimson Lake)
Fox, Candice. Forge (Macmillan). 9780765398512. $25.99. 400 Pages.
When the father of a kidnapped girl launches a plan to kill those he holds responsible, Ted Conkaffey races to identify the real abductor; while private detective Amanda Pharrel and Pip Sweeney conduct the latter's first homicide investigation. 6 1/8" x 9 1/4". (Suspense)

River, The**
Heller, Peter. Knopf (Penguin Random House). 9780525521877. $25.95. 272 Pages.
Two college students on a wilderness canoe trip find their survival skills and longtime best friendship tested by a wildfire, white-water hazards and two mysterious strangers. By the best-selling author of The Dog Stars. 5 1/2" x 8 1/4". (Action & Adventure)

Run Away**
Coben, Harlan. Grand Central Pub. 9781538748466. $29.00. 384 Pages.
Discovering their drug-addicted daughter playing guitar in Central Park, a desperate narrator follows the young woman into a dark and dangerous world of unspeakable evil. By the award-winning author of the Myron Bolitar series. 750,000 first printing. Tour. . (Suspense)

Save Me From Dangerous Men, No. 1 (Nikki Griffin)
Lelchuk, S. A.. Flatiron Books. 9781250170248. $27.99. 336 Pages.
Operating a private investigator business from an office above her bookstore, bibliophile and part-time vigilante Nikki Griffin becomes the target of dangerous adversaries when she breaks cover to save a woman's life. A first novel. 6 1/8" x 9 1/4". (Suspense)

Wild Card, No. 49 (Stone Barrington)**
Woods, Stuart. Putnam (Penguin Random House). 9780735219281. $28.00. 320 Pages.
A peaceful country retreat with his latest paramour is interrupted by an unknown, ruthlessly vengeful adversary who orchestrates multiple plots targeting Manhattan rainmaker Stone Barrington and his associates. By the Edgar Award-winning author of Chiefs. 6" x 9". (Action & Adventure)

Wolf Pack, No. 19 (Joe Pickett)**
Box, C. J.. Putnam (Penguin Random House). 9780525538196. $27.00. 384 Pages.
A wealthy poacher he has been ordered to ignore and the murderous acts of a local cartel complicate both the professional and personal lives of a newly reinstated Joe Pickett. By the Edgar Award-winning author of The Disappeared. 6" x 9". (Suspense)

Woman 99
Macallister, Greer. Sourcebooks Landmark. 9781492665335. $25.99. 368 Pages.
Going undercover to rescue her wrongly committed sister from a notorious asylum, Charlotte uncovers a dangerous secret about the institution and why their fellow inmates were put away. By the author of The Magician's Lie. 6" x 9". (Suspense)

Woman in the Dark, The
Savage, Vanessa. Grand Central Pub. 9781538714294. $27.00. 352 Pages.
A dangerous accident prompts a family's relocation to a gothic seaside house, the site of an infamous murder 15 years earlier, where a wife and mother struggling with depression investigates rumors about the killer's parole. 25,000 first printing. . (Suspense)