Late Summer/Fall Book Preview
There’s a bunch of stuff coming out this fall that you may want to add to your reading list. We will soon see new books from Lee Child, JD Robb, James Patterson, Debbie Macomber, Nicholas Sparks, Jonathan Kellerman, Clive Cussler, and Susan Wiggs. Here are a few other titles we are looking forward to in the coming months.
Brene Brown is back with Rising Strong: The Reckoning, The Rumble, The Revolution. This time she's focusing on bravery and how we can find it in ourselves. Look for this book starting August 25th.
Sue Grafton’s much anticipated twenty-fourth Kinsey Malone novel, X, will arrive August 25th.
Louise Penny returns to Three Pines with the eleventh book in the Armand Gamache series. The Nature of the Beast will hit shelves August 25th.
Christopher Moore is bringing back death merchant Charlie Asher. The sure to be hilarious Secondhand Souls is available on August 25th.
After Stieg Larsson's death, his estate asked David Lagercrantz to write a new book in the very popular Lisbeth Salander trilogy. On September 1st, The Girl in the Spider's Web will be released.
Mary Karr, often credited with the popularity of the memoir, offers insight into the genre in her new book The Art of Memoir. This title is available September 15th.
Bill O'Reilly and Martin Dugard focus on the Reagan presidency in Killing Reagan: The Violent Assault that Changed a Presidency. Available on September 22nd.
Jenny Lawson offers a humorous take on her depression and anxiety. Furiously Happy: A Funny Book About Horrible Things, the follow-up to the hilarious Let’s Pretend This Never Happened, is available on September 22nd.
In After You, the follow--up to Me Before You, JoJo Moyes continues the story of Louisa Clark and the Traynor family. This book is available September 29th.
Margaret Atwood gives us a new dystopian novel with The Heart Goes Last, available on September 29th.
Ruth Reichl has a new combination cookbook and memoir. My Kitchen Year: 136 Recipes That Changed My Life is available on September 29th.
Another Patti Smith memoir, M Train, is coming on October 6th.
Pulitzer Prize winner Geraldine Brooks tells the story of King Davis in The Secret Chord. Available October 6th.
Adriana Trigiani’s new novel, All the Stars in the Heavens, focuses on the real-life affair between Clark Gable and Loretta Young. This title is available October 13th.
Gregory Maguire offers another new take on a children’s classic with After Alice on October 27th.
The Matrix: The Cookbook, a new title from New York Times columnist Mark Bittman, is available on October 27th.
Blogger Allie Brosh’s new collection of illustrated essays, Solutions and Other Problems, will be released on October 27th.