Disclaimer by Renee Knight
Disclaimer is a psychological thriller about a woman haunted by secrets. Finding a mysterious novel by her bedside, Catherine is plunged into the day she became a hostage to a dark secret. As the past catches up with her, her world is falling apart and to fix it she must confront what happened on that horrible day. Fans of Gone Girl and The Girl on the Train should pick up this new one.
Seveneves by Neal Stephenson
What would happen if the world were ending? In his new novel, Stephenson explores this question. When a catastrophic event renders the earth a ticking time bomb and nations band together to try to ensure the survival of humanity. Even with a plan, only a handful of survivors remained and now, five thousand years later, their progeny embark on a journey into the unknown … to earth.
Mislaid by Nell Zink
College freshman Peggy and her professor Lee begin an affair that results in an unplanned marriage and pregnancy. Mismatched from the start, Peggy runs off with the daughter but leaves a son behind. Peggy goes underground and her daughter and son grow up with emotional issues due to the trauma. Years later, the siblings will meet, culminating in an epic finale readers won’t see coming.
The Knockoff by Lucy Sykes and Jo Piazza
The Knockoff tells the story of Imogen Tate, editor-in-chief of Glossy magazine, who finds herself being sought out by her former assistant who wants to take her job and make the magazine an app. Imogen faces a choice that will decide the fate of the magazine in this look at the world of fashion in our internet addicted age.
The Ghost Fields by Elly Griffiths
The discovery of a downed WWII plane with a body inside leads Ruth and DCI Nelson inside a wealth of secrets in the seventh book in the Ruth Galloway series.
Little Black Lies by Sharon Bolton
Three children go missing in the small community of Falkland Island, putting everyone on alert. Three islanders are hiding secrets and they trust no one. Readers will be kept guessing until the very end as they work to uncover the truth about these islanders and the missing children.
Jacksonland: President Andrew Jackson, Cherokee Chief John Ross, and a Great American Land Grab by Steve Inskeep
Jacksonland tells the story of Andrew Jackson and John Ross, two men at political odds over land. When Jackson instigated the Trail of Tears, John Ross, political leader of the Cherokee, fought to oppose Jackson and took his case all the way to the supreme court. Inskeep’s book reveals how Jackson benefited greatly from this conquest of land and tells the tale of a tragedy in our history that is often forgotten.