NEW BOOKS — JANUARY 2021

FICTION
  • The Children’s Blizzard—Melanie Benjamin
  • Out of Hounds—Rita Mae Brown
  • A Father’s Sacrifce—Ben Burgess
  • West End Girls—Jenny Colgan
  • Fairy Godmothers Inc.—Saranna DeWylde
  • The Cul-de-Sac War—Melissa Ferguson
  • The Wrong Family—Tarryn Fisher
  • Before the Ruins—Victoria Gosling
  • Savage Road—Chris Hauty
  • The Woman Upstairs—Rachel Hawkins
  • Pretty Little Wife—Darby Kane
  • All the Colors of Night—Jayne Ann Krentz
  • A House at the Bottom of a Lake—Josh Malerman
  • Wrath—Victoria Christopher Murray
  • The Russian—James Patterson and James O. Born
  • The Scorpion’s Tail—Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child
  • The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue—V.E. Schwab
  • The Forever Girl—Jill Shalvis
  • Neighbors—Danielle Steel
  • The Fortunate Ones—Ed Tarkington
  • American Traitor—Brad Taylor
  • Pickard County Atlas—Chris Harding Thornton
MYSTERY FICTION
  • Robert B. Parker’s Someone to Watch over Me—Ace Atkins
  • Spin—Patricia Cornwell
  • The Mitford Trials—Jessica Fellowes
  • Before She Disappeared—Lisa Gardner
  • Twenty—James Grippando
  • The Lost Boys—Faye Kellerman
  • A Stranger at the Door—Jason Pinter
  • Spoils of the Dead—Dana Stabenow
  • Dear Miss Kopp—Amy Stewart
  • Hope, Faith, and a Corpse—Laura Jensen Walker
LARGE PRINT FICTION
  • Two Reasons to Run—Colleen Coble
  • Relative Silence—Carrie Stuart Parks
  • The Librarian of Boone’s Hollow—Kim Vogel Sawyer
  • Hush-Hush—Stuart Woods
WESTERN FICTION
  • Dread Tribunal of Last Resort—Brian Kaufman
  • Baker’s Dozen—Ethan J. Wolfe
SCIENCE FICTION
  • We Could Be Heroes—Mike Chen
AUDIOBOOKS
  • Robert B. Parker’s Someone to Watch over Me—Ace Atkins
  • Daylight—David Baldacci
  • NYPD 6—James Patterson and Marshall Karp
BIOGRAPHY
  • Just As I Am: A Memoir—Cicely Tyson
NON-FICTION
  • No Time Like the Future: An Optimist Considers Mortality—Michael J. Fox
  • We Gather Together: A Nation Divided, A President in Turmoil, and a Historic Campaign to Embrace Gratitude and Grace—Denise Kiernan
  • Till Murder Do Us Part—James Patterson with Andrew Bourelle and Max DiLallo
  • Land: How Hunger for Ownership Shaped the Modern World—Simon Winchester