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THE RISE OF MAGICKS: Chronicles of The One, Book 3 by Nora Roberts
“Deftly wielding her own brand of literary magic, Roberts once again merges mesmerizing characters, inventive plotting, and propulsive pacing as she presents the compulsively readable finale to her altogether bewitching Chronicles of The One trilogy.”–Booklist
MURDER OFF THE PAGE: A 42nd Street Library Mystery by Con Lehane
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“Those who love New York City and libraries will be rewarded.”–Publishers Weekly, starred review
TWENTY-ONE TRUTHS ABOUT LOVE by Matthew Dicks
“Often moving, sometimes shocking, always entertaining, this superbly crafted work emphasizes the incalculable variety of the novel form.”–Booklist
THE WORST KIND OF WANT by Liska Jacobs
“A Californian flies to Rome to help her widowed brother-in-law care for her troubled teenage niece; instead, she wreaks havoc.”–Kirkus Reviews
TELL ME NO LIES: A Lady Dunbridge Novel by Shelley Noble
“The New York Times best-selling Noble follows up her ‘Lady Dunbridge’ series starter, ASK ME NO QUESTIONS, with the modern merry-widow heroine ready to take on Gilded Age Manhattan. And with the stunning Plaza Hotel and The Metropolitan Museum of Art as backdrop, there’s bound to be mayhem, murder, and a touch of romance.”–Library Journal, Pre-Pub Alert
FATE OF THE FALLEN by Kel Kade
A brand-new, genre-bending series that follows two friends who discover saving the world isn’t as easy, or exciting, as it sounds in the stories.
ANYTHING FOR YOU by Saul Black
“Gritty and grim, this is a terrific thriller made more luminous by its refreshingly human detective.”–Kirkus Reviews
THE DOG I LOVED by Susan Wilson
“Finally released after a wrongful conviction for murder, Rose settles in Dogtown, whose original residents were women living alone with only dogs for protection. There she draws close to moody Meghan, a wheelchair-bound former soldier whose service dog she trained as part of a prisoner rehabilitation program, and all’s well until the past rears up, and Rose and Meghan must fight for the happiness they’ve won.”–Library Journal, Pre-Pub Alert