New Books for September 2017 (Fiction)


ACCOMPLISHED GUEST STORIES by Ann Beattie
Surprising and revealing, set along the East Coast from Maine to Key West, Ann Beattie’s astutely observed new collection explores unconventional friendships, frustrated loves, mortality, and aging.

BENEATH A SCARLET SKY by Mark Sullivan

BURNING GIRL by Claire Messud

CHANGELING by Victor LaValle
“If the literary gods mixed together Haruki Murakami and Ralph Ellison, the result would be Victor LaValle.”—Anthony Doerr, author of All the Light We Cannot See “A dark fairy tale of New York, full of magic and loss, myth and mystery, love and madness. The Changeling is a mesmerizing, monumental work.”—Marlon James, author of A Brief History of Seven Killings

EARTHLY REMAINS by Donna Leon

GLASS HOUSES by Louise Penny

HANDMAIDS TALE by Margaret Atwood

HORSE DANCER by Jojo Moyes
A quintessential Jojo Moyes novel about a lost girl and her horse, the enduring strength of friendship, and how even the smallest choices can change everything.

LIGHTKEEPERS DAUGHTERS by Jean Pendziwol

LOCALS by Jonathan Dee

RISEN by Ron Rash

THERE YOUR HEART LIES by Mary Gordon

TRESPASSER   by Tana French

WEIGHT OF INK by Rachel Kadish

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