All Fall Down, Jennifer Weiner: Struggling with the demands of her job, distant husband, spoiled daughter and Alzheimer's patient father, Allison becomes addicted to painkillers and lands in rehab, where amid fellow inpatients she confronts incompatible recovery techniques, barely trained counselors and her own denial. By the bestselling author of In Her Shoes.
The Arsonist, Sue Miller: A series of summer house fires exposes deep social faults in the hometown of Frankie Rowley, who makes unsettling discoveries about her aging parents while engaging in a passionate affair with a local journalist. By the bestselling author of While I Was Gone.
China Dolls, Lisa See: Overcoming respective pasts to audition for showgirl roles at an exclusive San Francisco nightclub, three Asian-American girls rely on each other for survival until the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor causes one of them to be betrayed and sent to an internment camp.
Cop Town, Karin Slaughter: Karin Slaughter, author of the New York Times bestselling Will Trent novels, delivers her first stand-alone novel: an epic story of a city in the midst of seismic upheaval, a serial killer targeting cops, and a divided police force tasked with bringing a madman to justice.
Fourth of July Creek, Smith Henderson: In this shattering and iconic American novel, PEN prize-winning writer, Smith Henderson explores the complexities of freedom, community, grace, suspicion and anarchy, brilliantly depicting our nation's disquieting and violent contradictions.
Invisible, James Patterson: On leave from her FBI researcher career, Emmy Dockery tries to convince her boyfriend that hundreds of unsolved cases are linked to a single perpetrator.
The Matchmaker, Elin Hilderbrand: Storied matchmaker and Nantucket resident Dabney Kimball has her own life and match turned upside down when her true love of 27 years prior returns to the island in this new novel from the bestselling author of Summerland.
Mr. Mercedes, Stephen King: In a mega-stakes, high-suspense race against time, three of the most unlikely and winning heroes Stephen King has ever created try to stop a lone killer from blowing up thousands.
Nantucket Sisters, Nancy Thayer: The life-long best friendship between privileged Emma and hardscrabble Maggie is challenged and then cemented by the discovery that both are pregnant by the same man.
The Red Room, Ridley Pearson: In the newest international thrill ride from New York Times bestselling author Ridley Pearson, John Knox and Grace Chu, the incomparable and often incompatible duo, team up again, this time in the exotic "city between two worlds," Istanbul.
Save the Date, Mary Kay Andrews: Hired for a wedding she hopes will secure her career, florist Cara designs beautiful arrangements in spite of a personal belief that love does not exist, an opinion that is challenged when the bride goes missing.
The Smoke at Dawn, Jeff Shaara: A latest entry in the series that began with A Blaze of Glory and A Chain of Thunder is set in the summer of 1863 and recounts how a victorious Federal army loses Chattanooga before rallying against the forces of General Braxton Bragg.
Terminal City, Linda A. Fairstein: A latest Alex Cooper thriller by the bestselling author of Death Angel finds the assistant DA and detective Mike Chapman confronting Grand Central Terminal's dark secrets as well as their own changing relationship.
Those Who Wish Me Dead, Michael Koryta: After witnessing a murder, a young teen is hidden in a wilderness skills program for troubled kids while the killers embark on a methodical quest to reach him in this new novel by the bestselling author of The Prophet.
Top Secret Twenty-One, Janet Evanovich: A latest entry in the fan-favorite mystery series by the bestselling author of the Alexandra Barnaby novels finds bounty hunter Stephanie Plum immersed in an ultra-secret case.
Vertigo 42, Martha Grimes: A latest Richard Jury tale is partially inspired by Alfred Hitchcock's Vertigo and follows the inimitable Scotland Yard Superintendent's investigation into a cold-case involving a vertigo sufferer's fatal accident after a young girl's death in the same house.
Written in My Own Heart's Blood, Diana Gabaldon: A highly anticipated latest entry in the bestselling series that includes An Echo in the Bone finds Jamie returning to Claire's side in Revolutionary War-era Philadelphia.
ON THE HORIZON
July: The Book of Life, Deborah Harkness ... Born of Fury, Sherrilyn Kenyon ... Bravo, Greg Rucka ... The City, Dean R. Koontz ... Close Your Eyes, Hold Hands, Christoper A. Bohjalian ... Cut and Thrust, Stuart Woods ... Dear Daughter, Elizabeth Little ... Fast Track, Julie Garwood ... For All Time, Jude Deveraux ... The Fortune Hunter, Daisy Goodwin ... The Girls of August, Ann Rivers Siddons ... The Good Girl, Mary Kubica ... Have a Nice Guilt Trip, Lisa Scottoline ... The Heist, Daniel Silva ... The Hundred-Year House, Rebecca Makkai ... A Perfect Life, Danielle Steel ... Power Play, Catherine Coulter ... Remains of Innocence, J. A. Jance ... Sight Unseen, Iris Johansen ... The Sweet Spot, Stephanie Evanovich ... Wayfaring Stranger, James Lee Burke
August: Bones Never Lie, Kathy Reichs ... Cold Cold Heart, Tami Hoag ... A Colder War, Charles Cumming ... Colorless Tsukuru Tazaki and His Years of Pilgrimage, Haruki Murakami ... Deadly Assets, W.E.B. Griffin ... Don't Look Back, Gregg Hurwitz ... Her Last Whisper, Karen Robards ... Lisette's List, Susan Vreeland ... The Lost Island: Gideon Crew, Douglas Preston / Lincoln Child ... Mean Streak, Sandra Brown ... One Kick, Chelsea Cain ... One of Us, Tawni O'Dell ... Private Down Under, James Patterson
September: Blood on the Water, Anne Perry ... Burn, James Patterson ... Edge of Eternity, Ken Follett ... The Eye of Heaven, Clive Cussler ... The Golem of Hollywood, Jonathan Kellerman ... The King's Curse, Philippa Gregory ... The Lost Key, Catherine Coulter ... Murder 101, Faye Kellerman ... Perfidia, James Ellroy ... Personal: A Jack Reacher Novel, Lee Child ... Robert B. Parker's Blind Spot, Reed Farrel Coleman ... Rooms, Lauren Oliver ... The Secret Place, Tana French ... Stone Mattress, Margaret Atwood ... To Dwell in Darkness, Deborah Crombie