NEW BOOKS — MARCH 2022

FICTION
  • Becoming My Sister—V.C. Andrews
  • Under the Golden Sun—Jenny Ashcroft
  • Hook, Line, and Sinker—Tessa Bailey
  • My Darling Husband—Kimberly Belle
  • Welcome to the School by the Sea—Jenny Colgan
  • A Relative Murder—Jude Deveraux
  • Sadie on a Plate—Amanda Elliott
  • The Night Shift—Alex Finlay
  • Tell Me an Ending—Jo Harkin
  • The Golden Couple—Greer Hendricks and Sarah Pekkanen
  • Killer View—Roy Johansen
  • The Dickens Boy—Thomas Keneally
  • Gwendy’s Final Task—Stephen King
  • The Summer Getaway—Susan Mallery
  • The Darkest Place—Phillip Margolin
  • The Lightning Rod—Brad Meltzer
  • Run Rose Run—James Patterson and Dolly Parton
  • The Bronx (Carl Weber’s Five Families of New York)—C.N. Phillips
  • The Diamond Eye—Kate Quinn
  • Her Last Affair—John Searles
  • The Unsinkable Greta James—Jennifer E. Smith
  • In a New York Minute—Kate Spencer
  • The Book of Cold Cases—Simone St. James
  • High Stakes—Danielle Steel
  • The Next Thing You Know—Jessica Strawser
  • Four Aunties and a Wedding—Jesse Q. Sutanto
  • Nine Lives—Peter Swanson
  • French Braid—Anne Tyler
  • The Lying Club—Annie Ward
  • Sundial—Catriona Ward
  • A Safe House—Stuart Woods
  • Even the Dog Knows—Jason Wright
MYSTERY FICTION
  • Wild Irish Rose—Rhys Bowen
  • Shadows Reel—C.J. Box
  • The Match—Harlan Coben
  • The Recovery Agent—Janet Evanovich
  • The Chase—Candice Fox
  • Citizen K-9—David Rosenfelt
  • A Sunlit Weapon—Jacqueline Winspear
LARGE PRINT FICTION
  • The Sugarcreek Surprise—Wanda E. Brunstetter
  • The Lady’s Mine—Francine Rivers
  • Freedom’s Song—Kim Vogel Sawyer
  • The Finder of Forgotten Things—Sarah Loudin Thomas
WESTERN FICTION
  • Rawhide Jake: Learning the Ropes—J.D. Arnold
  • The Devil by the Horns—Michael Zimmer
SCIENCE FICTION
  • The Kaiju Preservation Society—John Scalzi
AUDIOBOOKS
  • The Recovery Agent—Janet Evanovich
BIOGRAPHY
NONFICTION
  • Homecoming: Overcome Fear and Trauma to Reclaim Your Whole, Authentic Self—Thelma Bryant
  • The Emergency: A Year of Healing and Heartbreak in a Chicago ER—Thomas Fisher
  • After the Romanovs: Russian Exiles in Paris from the Belle Epoque through Revolution and War—Helen Rappaport