Great New Fiction
Browse our New, Best & Fun new Fiction list for a selection of books to please all booklovers.
Mystery writer William Kent Krueger takes a departure from his Cork O'Conner books in Ordinary Grace. His new book is set in a small Minnesota town in 1961, as a boy entering his teens becomes involved in events surrounding mysterious deaths. Pulitzer-Prize winner Elizabeth Strout has a new release in The Burgess Boys. It's about siblings who return to their childhood home to help out with a family emergency, and find old tensions returning to the surface. If thrillers are more your line, try Island 731 by Jeremy Robinson. His tale of a park ranger running up against the results of a long-forgotten WWII human experimentation program gets 5-star reviews. Or if you like cozy mysteries, you'll perhaps enjoy Death Of Yesterday, which continues M.C. Beaton's series about police officer Hamish Macbeth and murder in the Scottish highlands.
There is always a variety of great books on the new Fiction list. Begin your search at the New, Best & Fun page.
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