Alice isn’t dead by Joseph Fink. A female big-rig driver crisscrosses America searching for signs of the wife everyone else thinks is dead.
The angel in the glass by Alys Clare. A physician-sleuth in the year 1604 uncovers dark secrets in his small Devon village in this historical mystery.
Bad news travels fast by Maureen Milliken. When an Appalachian Trail hiker becomes lost in the woods of Maine, then is found dead, it sets off a chain of events that upsets the fragile peace of the town of Redimere, Maine.
The boy by Tami Hoag. Nick Fourcade and Annie Broussard, a husband-and-wife detective team, investigate a boy’s murder and the disappearance of his babysitter.
The burglar by Thomas Perry. An unlikely burglar – young woman in the 20s – realizes she must solve a string of murders or else become the next victim.
Don’t let go by Michel Bussi. A nail biter of a manhunt on an island drives this thriller after a tourist goes missing, triggering a police chase with nods to both Agatha Christie and Harlan Coben.
Eighteen below by Stefan Ahnhem. A Scandinavian thriller – a terrifying story of stolen identity and serial murder.
In peppermint peril by Joy Avon. Returning to her hometown in Maine, Callie Aspen (an organizer of book-themed tea parties) will have to conquer threefold trouble – a mysterious will, a missing heirloom, and a dead body – to restore the festive spirit to her small town.
Josephine Baker’s last dance by Sherry Jones. A moving and insightful novel based on the life of legendary performer and activist Josephine Baker.
The mansion by Ezekiel Boone. A family moves into a home equipped with the world’ most intelligent, cutting edge, and intuitive computer server – but a buried secret leads to terrifying and catastrophic consequences.
The only woman in the room by Marie Benedict. A novel based on the incredible true story of Hedy Lamarr, the glamour icon, actress, and scientist whose groundbreaking invention revolutionized modern communication.
The perilous adventures of the cowboy king by Jerome Charyn. Here is a novel of Teddy Roosevelt and his times.
The puzzle of the happy hooligan by Stuart Palmer. After a screenwriter is murdered on a film set, a street-smart school teacher searches for the killer.
Radiant night by Patrick Lohier. A wounded Iraq War veteran struggling with PTSD and drug addiction embarks on a mission to find a mysterious family heirloom in the depths of the American South.
The reckoning by John Grisham. In 1946, Pete Banning drove into town, walked into church, and calmly shot and killed the Reverend Dexter Bell. As if the murder wasn’t shocking enough, it was even more baffling that Pete’s only statement was, “I have nothing to say.”
She lies in wait by Gytha Lodge. Six friends. One killer. Who do you trust?
Someone like me by M.R. Carey. After fending off a brutal attack by her ex-husband, a woman fears for her sanity. The truth is something far more terrifying.
The three Beths by Jeff Abbott. An intense and emotionally gripping suspense novel about a daughter’s desperate search for her missing mother – one that my lead her closer to home than she ever anticipated.
Watching you by Lisa Jewell. A page-turner about a shocking murder in a picturesque and well-to-do English town.
Am I dying? by Christopher Kelly. A complete guide to your symptoms – and what to do next.
The first time: stories and songs from music icons by Matt Everitt. Follow their lives and careers starting with their first musical memories, first records, and first gigs, and find out the songs that have shaped them along the way.
The ghost photographer by Julie Rieger. A good primer on getting into the psychic realm, this is also, ultimately, a story of unconditional love and healing by a woman you might just want to have a drink with.
Halfway to halfway and back by Dick Linford. A collection of river stories that capture the essence and mood of river guiding and like an old friend and the river itself, lure you back for another trip.
The heartbeat of Wounded Knee by David Treuer. A sweeping history (and counter-narrative) of Native American life from the Wounded Knee massacre to the present.
Living the dream by John Ford. More tales from the retired Maine game warden who also wrote Suddenly the Cider Didn’t Taste So Good.
The Martha manual by Martha Stewart. Essential life skills from America’s most trusted lifestyle expert – together in one practical handbook with hundreds of ideas, instruction, and inspirations.
The minimalist home by Joshua Becker. A popular minimalist blogger shows you how to methodically turn your home into a place of peace, contentment, and purposeful living.
Never home alone by Rob Dunn. A natural history of the wilderness in our homes, from the microbes in our showers to the crickets in our basements.
Quarterback by John Feinstein. Inside the most important position in the National Football League.
Questions are the answer by Hal Gregersen. What if you could unlock a better answer to your most vexing problems – in your workplace community, or home life – just by changing the question?
Rediscovering travel by Seth Kugel. A guide for the globally curious, this is an indispensable companion for rookie and veteran travelers alike that promises to revolutionize both how and why we vacation.
Rock-and-roll woman by Meredith Ochs. Here are the 50 fiercest female rockers.
77 things to know before getting a cat by Susan Ewing. The essential guide to preparing your family and home for a feline companion.
Undo it! by Dean Ornish. How simple lifestyle changes can reverse most chronic diseases.
Weird parenting wins by Hillary Frank. Unconventional – yet effective – parenting strategies such as making a pig snort in a baby’s ear to stop their crying or getting kids to try beets by saying it might turn their poop pink.
Winter’s graces by Susan Stewart. Filled with unexpected good news about growing older, this highlights 11 qualities that ripen with age, surprising gifts of later life.
Boy who went to Mars by Simon James
Cars and trucks book by Todd Parr
Dad’s camera by Ross Watkins
Douglas, you’re a genius by Ged Adamson
Heads and tails by John Canty
Horse meets Dog by Elliot Kalan
Hugs & kisses for the Grouchy Ladybug by Eric Carle
I need a hug by Aaron Blabey
Is that you, Eleanor Sue? by Tricia Tusa
Josie’s lost tooth by Jennifer K. Mann
Little owl’s snow by Divya Srinivasan
Love by Stacy McAnulty
Mapping Sam by Joyce Hesselberth
Mia moves out by Miranda Paul
Once upon a star: a poetic journey through space by James Carter
Owls are good at keeping secrets: an unusual alphabet by Sara O’Leary
Pea pod lullaby by Glenda Millard
Where did you come from, baby dear? by George MacDonald
Wonky donkey by Craig Smith
Words to love by by Rick Warren
BEGINNING CHAPTER BOOKS
Amelia Bedelia under the weather by Herman Parish
Biscuit loves the park by Alyssa Satin Capucilli
Daniel can dance by Delphine Finnegan
Llama Llama be my valentine by Anna Dewdney
Pete the kitty and the case of the hiccups by James Dean
Pinkalicious and the flower fairy by Victoria Kann
This makes me happy by Courtney Carbone
Zip and Beep by Chris Barton
Astrid the unstoppable by Maria Parr
Bad kitty: kitten trouble by Nick Bruel
Dragon Pearl by Yoon Ha Lee
Ellie May on April Fools’ Day by Hillary Homzie
TBH, this is SO Awkward… by Lisa Greenwald
California and other western wildfires by Rachel Seigel
Countdown: 2979 days to the moon by Suzanne Slade
Hurricanes Harvey, Irma, Maria, and Nate by Julia Sillett
John McCain an American hero by John Perritano
Kids cooking: students prepare and eat foods from around the world by George Ancona
Starstruck: the cosmic journey of Neil deGrasse Tyson by Kathleen Krull
Trade in our global community by Rachel Eagen
Who was Jane Austen? by Sarah Fabiny
Amulet: SuperNova: book 8 by Kau Kibuishi
Notes from Booklist, Publishers Weekly, Kirkus, Library Journal, and New York Times Book Review.