World Gone By by Dennis Lehane
World Gone By is the final book in Lehane’s popular trilogy. Ten years have passed since Joe Coughlin’s empire was destroyed by his enemies. Now working as a consigliere to the Bartolo crime family, he lives a life of professional success yet the truth from his dark past will come to light and he will finally have to pay for his sins in full.
The Assassin by Clive Cussler with Justin Scott
The Isaac Bell series continues with this new one by Cussler. Bell’s case against an oil monopoly takes a deadly turn when an assassin kills Bell’s best witness. As the murders continue, Bell’s team works to uncover the identity of the assassin, traveling the world before ending up in an explosive confrontation.
H is for Hawk by Helen MacDonald
Helen turned to raising a hawk in an effort to cope with her father’s death. This project became one that tested her limits, and ultimately changed her life. This book provides a blend of nature writing and memoir to produce a heart-wrenching and humorous read.
The Buried Giant by Kazuo Ishiguro
Two elderly Britons decide to set off to find a son they haven’t seen in years. Their journey will reveal to them their love for each other while joined by three individuals looking for fulfillment. This novel tells a story about forgetting, the power of memory, love and war.
The Love Song of Miss Queenie Hennessy by Rachel Joyce
The Love Song of Miss Queenie Hennessy tells a tale of the unforgettable character in Joyce’s popular novel The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry. Told she has just days to live, Queenie writes a letter bidding goodbye to Fry. The follow up letter, however, is the one readers know nothing about and can finally learn the truth about Queenie’s life with this new novel.
The Fifth Gospel by Ian Caldwell
Caldwell, co-author of the popular book The Rule of Four, returns with a new thriller in the same category. The curator of an exhibit at the Vatican is murdered and his partner’s house in broken into. The partner, Father Alex, undertakes his own investigations and must recreate the curator’s secret. Fans of The Da Vinci Code will love this new historical thriller.
Where All Light Tends to Go by David Joy
Jacob works for his father’s meth ring but when a mistake changes everything, he faces a choice: stay with his father or follow the girl he loves.
Epitaph by Mary Doria Russell
Epitaph is a historical novel that continues the story Russell began in her book Doc. It follows Wyatt Earp and Doc Holliday to Arizona to fight at the O.K. Corral. This book tells Wyatt’s true story, unearthing 130 years of myths and Russel gives a voice to those whose lives were changed by the fatal 30 seconds in Tombstone.