NEW BOOKS — SEPTEMBER 2021

FICTION
  • The Santa Suit—Mary Kay Andrews
  • A Lot Like Adios—Alexis Daria
  • An Impossible Promise—Jude Deveraux
  • Cloud Cuckoo Land—Anthony Doerr
  • The Living and the Lost—Ellen Feldman
  • The Night She Disappeared—Lisa Jewell
  • High Stakes—Iris Johansen
  • The Burning—Jonathan and Jesse Kellerman
  • The Christmas Wedding Guest—Susan Mallery
  • Mom Jeans and Other Mistakes—Alexa Martin
  • Santa Cruise—Fern Michaels
  • Once in a Lifetime—Mary Monroe
  • The Children’s Secret—Nina Monroe
  • Certain Dark Things—Silvia Moreno-Garcia
  • The Jailhouse Lawyer—James Patterson and Nancy Allen
  • Forgotten in Death—J.D. Robb
  • Her Perfect Life—Hank Phillipi Ryan
  • The New Kingdom—Wilbur Smith
  • The Wish—Nicholas Sparks
  • The Education of Nevada Duncan—Carl Weber
MYSTERY FICTION
  • Hemlock—Susan Wittig Albert
  • An Untidy Death—Simon Brett
  • Daughter of the Morning Star—Craig Johnson
  • Robert B. Parker’s Stone’s Throw—Mike Lupica
  • The Man Who Died Twice—Richard Osman
  • A Darker Reality—Anne Perry
  • Miss Kopp Investigates—Amy Stewart
LARGE PRINT FICTION
  • A Christmas in the Alps—Melody Carlson
  • At Lighthouse Point—Suzanne Woods Fisher
  • The Beginning—Beverly Lewis
  • Night Music—Jojo Moyes
  • The Seeds of Change—Lauraine Snelling
  • The Wish—Nicholas Sparks
WESTERN FICTION
  • The Last Commanche Warrior—James D. Crownover
  • To the River’s End—William W. Johnstone
  • And the River Ran Red—Rod Miller
SCIENCE FICTION
  • No Gods, No Monsters—Cadwell Turnbull
CHRISTIAN FICTION
  • The Secret Keepers of the Old Depot Grocery—Amanda Cox
AUDIOBOOKS
  • Class Act—Stuart Woods
BIOGRAPHY
NON-FICTION
  • The Dressmakers of Auschwitz: The True Story of Women Who Sewed to Survive—Lucy Adlington
  • The Speckled Beauty: A Dog and His People, Lost and Found—Rick Bragg
  • Vanderbilt: The Rise and Fall of an American Dynasty—Anderson Cooper
  • The Cause: The American Revolution and Its Discontents—Joseph Ellis
  • The Long War: The Inside Story of America and Afghanistan since 9/11—David Loyn