ADULT NON-FICTION

“A Kind of Mirraculas Paradise,” by Sandra Allen.

“Rethinking School,” by Susan Wise Bauer.

“Judgment Detox,” by Gabrielle Bernstein.

“Promise Me, Dad,” by Joe Biden.

“Soulful Simplicity,” by Courtney Carver.

“The Square and the Tower,” by Niall Ferguson.

“How to Read Water,” by Tristan Gooley.

“Your Best Year Ever,” by Michael Hyatt.

“Love, Loss, and What We Ate,” by Padma Lakshmi.

“All-American Murder,” by James Patterson.

“Over the Hill and Gaining Speed,” by Kay G. Rock.

“The Longevity Code,” by Kris Verburgh.

“Twenty-sic Seconds,” by Alexandra Zapruder.

ADULT FICTION

“To Wager Her Heart,” by Tamera Alexander.

“In the Fall They Come Back,” by Robert Bausch.

“The Immortalists,” by Chloe Benjamin.

“The Girls in the Picture,” by Melanie Benjamin.

“Iron Gold,” by Pierce Brown.

“Robicheaux,” by James Lee Burke.

“Enchantress of Numbers,” by Jennifer Chiaverini.

“Need to Know,” by Karen Cleveland.

“Fools and Mortals,” by Bernard Cornwell.

“Refuge Cove,” by Janet Dailey.

“City of Endless Night,” by Preston Douglas.

“Dark Chaos: 1863—1864,” by Ginny Dye.

“The Mitford Murders,” by Jessica Fellowes.

“The Woman in the Window,” by A. J. Finn.

“The Regional Office is Under Attack,” by Manuel Gonzales.

“Gorsuch,” by John Greenya.

“Munich,” by Robert Harris.

“The Wife Between Us,” by Greer Hendricks.

“What Doesn’t Kill You,” by Aimee Hix.

“When They Were Young,” by Steven W. Horn.

“Mood Indigo,” by Ed Ifkovic.

“The Largesse of the Sea Maiden,” by Denis Johnson.

“The Doomsday Bunker,” by William W. Johnstone.

“All She Left Behind,” by Jane Kirkpatrick.

“Promise Not to Tell,” by Jayne Ann Krentz.

“Two Girls Down,” by Louisa Luna.

“The Better Brain Solution,” by Steven Masley.

“The Widows of Malabar Hill,” by Sujata Massey.

“The Last Suppers,” by Mandy Mikulencak.

“The Night Market,” by Jonathan Moore.

“A State of Freedom,” by Neel Mukherjee.

“Wasp on the Wind,” by C. R. Norris.

“The Last Thing She Ever Did,” by Gregg Olsen.

“The Bomb Maker,” by Thomas Perry.

“Out of the Ashes,” by Tracie Peterson.

“Light It Up,” by Nick Petrie.

“Walk in the Fire,” by Steph Post.

“City of Endless Night,” by Preston Douglas.

“Beignets and Broomsticks,” by J. R. Ripley.

“Red Sky at Noon,” by Simon Sebag Montefiore.

“The Maze at Windermere,” by Gregory Blake Smith.

“Operator Down,” by Brad Taylor.

“The Melody of the Soul,” by Liz Tolsma.

“Blood Fury,” by J. R. Ward.

“The God Gene,” by F. Paul Wilson.

“The Questionable Behavior of Dahlia Moss,” by Max Wirestone.

“Fire and Fury,” by Michael Wolff.

“Lilac Lane,” by Sherryl Woods.

“Unbound,” by Stuart Woods.

“Grist Mill Road,” by Christopher J. Yates.

“Red Clocks,” by Leni Zumas.

YOUNG ADULT FICTION

“The Cruel Prince,” by Holly Black.

“The Art of Starving,” by Sam J. Miller.

“Wonder Woman: Year One,” by Greg Rucka.

JUVENILE FICTION

“Rot: The Cutest in the World,” by Ben Clanton.

“The Eternity Elixir,” by Frank L. Cole.

“Detention of Doom,” by Derek Fridolfs.

“Letters to a Prisoner,” by Jacques Goldstyn.

“The Beginning Woods,” by Malcolm McNeill.

“Kiss Kiss,” by Selma Mandine.

“The Littlest Viking,” by Alexandra Penfold.

“Creepy Pair of Underwear,” Aaron Reynolds