Looking for a new read? Something to sit out on the deck with while you’re savoring the balmy weather? Every week we add new titles that are just waiting for you to pick up.
Here’s just a few titles you won’t want to miss!
Natchez Burning : A novel by Greg Iles. First installment in an enthralling legal thriller trilogy!
Bark : Stories by Lorrie Moore. Short stories that explore the perils and passages of everyday life.
Shotgun Lovesongs: A Novel by Nickolas Butler. A touching story from the American heartland of family, love and the human condition.
Delancy: A Man, a Woman, a Restaurant, a Marriage. A Memoir of a Restaurant by Molly Wizenberg. A young couple, the restaurant they built together, and how it impacted their relationship. Recipes included.
Tibetan Peach Pie: a True Account of an Imaginative Life by Tom Robbins. An unconventional autobiography about an unconventional and quirky author.
Flash Boys: A Wall Street Revolt by Michael Lewis. Banks, stocks, finances, and what goes on on Wall Street.
Frog Music by Emma Donoghue. The summer of 1876, record-breaking heat, a smallpox epidemic and a mysterious murder.
The Snow Queen: a novel by Michael Cunningham. The story of two brothers searching for the meaning of life, a woman facing her own mortality, and the paths they take.
Every day is For The Thief: Fiction by Teju Cole. A young Nigerian living in New York City goes back to visit his home of Lagos to reconnect and rediscover himself and the life he once had.
To Rise Again at a Decent Hour by Joshua Ferris. A man at odds with himself discovers someone has stolen his identity and creates an online version that is better than himself.
The Painter: a novel by Peter Heller. From the author of Dog Stars, about an artist who is trying to outrun his past and reinvent.
All the Light We Cannot See : a novel by Anthony Doerr. A historical novel about a blind French girl and a young German boy whose paths converge during WWII in France.
And don’t forget to put a hold on this year’s Pulitzer prize winning fiction title, The GoldFinch by Donna Tartt. A young boy survives a terrible accident that kills his mother. Abandoned by his father, he is taken in by wealthy family he hardly knows. Grieving the loss of his mother and feeling alienated he finds comfort in a small painting that reminds him of his mother. He is soon drawn into a secret underworld of art.