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A Long Way from Home 
by Peter Carey

A young man discovers the truth about his past when he is enlisted to navigate a Redex Trial that circum­navigates Australia. 
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Mrs. Fletcher by Tom Perrotta Mrs. Fletcher 
by Tom Perrotta

The empty nest opens up a world of new possibilities for forty-something divorcée Eve Fletcher, but reality doesn't always live up to the fantasy. 
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Night Moves by Jonathan Kellerman Night Moves 
by Jonathan Kellerman

Alex Delaware and Milo Sturgis try to figure out why someone left a mutilated body in the basement of a stranger's residence.
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The Ghosts of Galway by Ken Bruen The Ghosts of Galway 
by Ken Bruen

Hard up for cash, ex-cop Jack Taylor agrees to retrieve a heretical book from a lapsed priest hiding in Galway. What could possibly go wrong?
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Strange Weather 
by Joe Hill

In four short novels, Hill explores Alzheimer's, gun violence, loneliness and, well, some very strange weather.
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Alive in Shape and Color, edited by Lawrence Block Alive in Shape and Color 
edited by Lawrence Block

Block branches out from the work of Edward Hopper for this new anthology of short stories inspired by the works of seventeen artists.
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Sleep No More by P.D. James Sleep No More 
by P.D. James

Six previously uncollected short stories, some with a seasonable theme or setting, in this brief collection from one of the grand dames of mystery.
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Sourdough by Robin Sloan Sourdough 
by Robin Sloan

A woman's life and career trajectory are changed when she is gifted a batch of sourdough starter with intriguing properties.
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Into the Black Nowhere by Meg Gardiner Into the Black Nowhere 
by Meg Gardiner

Women are disappearing along the I-35 corridor between Austin and San Antonio. Caitlin Hendrix, new to the FBI, is on the case.
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Violent Mind 
by Al Carlisle

Carlisle was part of a team that conducted a 90-day assessment of serial killer Ted Bundy before the full extent of his crimes was known.
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Tell Tale by Jeffrey Archer Tell Tale 
by Jeffrey Archer

After a series of long novels, Archer returns to the short form with fourteen short (some very short) stories with a twist.
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Seven Days of Us by Francesca Hornak Seven Days of Us 
by Francesca Hornak

Family secrets are uncovered when a couple and their adult daughters are confined to their Norfolk estate under quarantine orders.
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Seventh Decimate by Stephen R. Donaldson Seventh Decimate 
by Francesca Hornak

A prince sets out on a quest to find a legendary library to gain knowledge of the only power that will save his kingdom from destruction.
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Final Girls by Riley Sager Final Girls 
by Riley Sager

Quincy is part of an elite group, a survivor of a slaughter. For a decade she's successfully forgetten the past. Now the past has returned for her.
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The Late Show by Michael Connelly The Late Show 
by Michael Connelly

Detective Renée Ballard is consigned to the night shift as punishment, but nothing can deter a good detective who is on the scent of evil-doers.
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