TWELVE LIVES OF SAMUEL HAWLEY Hannah Tinti has created an unforgettable father-daughter duo in Loo and Hawley, who are struggling to escape both the death of Loo’s mother and Hawley’s violent past.
HALLELUJAH ANYWAY In her unique voice, Ann Lamott offers meditations on the benefits of discovering and extending mercy, especially when confronting incidences of misfortune or cruelty.
THE TEA GIRL OF HUMMINGBIRD LANE In her latest novel, Lisa See trains her historian's eye on a little-known Chinese tribe, the Akah, in a story that celebrates family, tradition, and the bonds of love.
THE RULES DO NOT APPLY When award-winning journalist Ariel Levy boarded a plane for Mongolia she was happily married and expecting her first child. By the time she returned home none of that was true. This is a searing and intimate portrait of her journey.
KILLERS OF THE FLOWER MOON New Yorker staff writer David Grann details how a series of murders targeting members of the Osage Indian Nation in the 1920s helped accredit J. Edgar Hoover’s FBI. Fascinating.
IN THIS GRAVE HOUR As Britain declares war on Germany, Jacqueline Winspear's venerable heroine, Maisie Dobbs, accepts an urgent assignment. Together, Dobbs and Britain move towards a crossroads from which there is no return.