Almost midnight by Paul Doiron. A deadly attack on one of Maine’s last wild wolves leads Game Warden Mike Bowditch to an even bigger criminal conspiracy.
Ask again, yes by Mary Beth Keane. A family saga about 2 Irish American families in a New York suburb, the love between 2 of their children, and the tragedies to tear them apart and destroy the future.
Backlash by Brad Thor. Cut off from any support, Scot Harvath fights to get his revenge.
Big Sky by Kate Atkinson. Detective Jackson Brodie uncovers a sinister network in a sleepy seaside town.
The chain by Adrian McKinty. At once a commentary on social media, greed, revenge, love, and true evil, this will have readers searching for more titles by this author.
The eagle flies at night by Jan Anderson. What does an ordinary community do when the state settles refugees in their city? How does the arrival of refugees challenge the hearts and minds of residents? These are the questions Rev. Giles asks himself and his congregation as they wrestle with an influx to the city of Portland, Maine.
Into the jungle by Erica Ferencik. A young woman leaves behind everything she knows to take on the Bolivian jungle, but her excursion abroad quickly turns into a fight for her life.
The last house guest by Megan Miranda. A suspenseful novel about an idyllic town in Maine dealing with the suspicious death of one of their own.
Lock every door by Riley Sager. A woman whose new job apartment sitting in one of NY’s oldest and most glamorous buildings may cost more than it pays
The long flight home by Alan Hlad. A fresh angle (which begins in Maine) on the blitz of World War II and focuses on the homing pigeons used by the British, and the people who trained and cared for them.
Lost and found by Danielle Steel. A photographer embarks on a road trip to reconnect with three men she might have married.
More news tomorrow by Susan Shreve. Family drama about a daughter’s quest to understand her mother’s mysterious death.
Mrs. Everything by Jennifer Weiner. A timely exploration of 2 sisters’ lives from the 1950s to the present as they struggle to find their places – and be true to themselves – in a rapidly evolving world.
The new girl by Daniel Silva. Gabriel Allon, the chief of Israeli intelligence, partners with the crown prince of Saudi Arabia, whose daughter has been kidnapped.
On earth we’re briefly gorgeous by Ocean Vuong. Little Dog writes a letter to a mother who cannot read, revealing a family history.
The paper wasp by Lauren Acampora. A woman with big but unfocused ambitions moves to LA to become the personal assistant to her childhood best friend, a rising Hollywood starlet.
Paris, 7 a.m. by Liza Wieland. A novel of what happened to the poet Elizabeth Bishop during 3 life-changing weeks she spent in Paris amidst the imminent threat of World War II.
The perfect child by Lucinda Berry. A novel of suspense about a young couple desperate to have a child of their own – and the unsettling consequences of getting what they always wanted.
Queen Bee by Dorothea Benton Frank. A beekeeper’s quiet life is unsettled by her demanding mother, outgoing sister, and neighboring widower.
Roughhouse Friday by Jaed Coffin. A meditation on violence and abandonment, masculinity, and our inescapable longing for love. The author lives in Brunswick, Maine.
Salvation Day by Kali Wallace. A lethal virus is awoken on an abandoned spaceship in this incredibly fast-paced, claustrophobic thriller.
The Saturday Night Ghost Club by Craig Davidson. A bittersweet coming of age story in the vein of Stand By Me about a group of misfit kids who spend an unforgettable summer investigating local ghost stories and urban legends.
Summer of ‘69 by Elin Hilderbrand. Four siblings experience the drama, intrigue, and upheaval of a summer when everything changed – 1969.
Surfside sisters by Nancy Thayer. A Nantucket woman returns home to find that reunions aren’t always simple.
Under currents by Nora Roberts. A novel about the power of family to harm – and to heal.
We went to the woods by Caite Dolan-Leach. They went off the grid. Their secrets didn’t. A novel about the allure – and dangers – of disconnecting.
Window on the bay by Debbie Macomber. When a single mom becomes an empty nester, she spreads her wings to rediscover herself – and her passions.
Captain Marvel (2019) starring Brie Larson and Samuel L. Jackson
The public (2019) starring Alec Baldwin, Emilio Estevez, and Gabrielle Union
Mountains of the moon (1989) starring Patrick Bergin and Iain Glen
What they had (2018) starring Hilary Swank, Michael Shannon, and Blythe Danner
A room with a view (1986) starring Helena Bonham Carter, Maggie Smith, and Daniel Day-Lewis
Dancing on the edge (2013) starring Chiwetel Ejiofor, Matthew Goode, Jacqueline Bisset
It follows (2014) starring Maika Monroe and Keir Gilchrist
Burn the place by Iliana Regan. A singular expressive debut memoir that traces one chef’s struggle find her place and what happens when she does.
Dutch girl by Robert Matzen. Near the end of 1939, 10 year old Audrey Hepburn flew from boarding school in England into the Netherlands, which would soon become a war zone. What she experienced in 5 years of Nazi occupation has never been explored until now.
The honey bus by Meredith May. An extraordinary story of a girl, her grandfather, and one of nature’s most mysterious and beguiling creatures: the honeybee.
I know what I saw by Linda Godfrey. Modern-day encounters with monsters of new urban legend and ancient lore.
Invisible heroes of World War II by Jerry Borrowman. Extraordinary wartime stories of ordinary people.
Love thy neighbor by Ayaz Virji. A true story about a Muslim doctor’s service to small-town America and the hope of overcoming our country’s climate of hostility and fear.
Mary’s household tips and tricks by Mary Berry. The Queen of Baking now shares her expertise in home maintenance and care.
Slime by Ruth Kassinger. How algae created us, plague us, and just might save us.
Songs of America by Jon Meacham. The author joins Tim McGraw to explore how American was shaped by music.
The Stonewall Reader. A generous and eclectic assortment of writings about the historical Stonewall Riots. It is divided into 3 sections: Before, During, and After Stonewall.
Supernavigators by David Barrie. A globetrotting voyage of discovery celebrating the navigational gifts of animals; from whales and lobsters to birds and beetles – and many more.
This is really war by Emilie Lucchesi. The incredible true story of a navy nurse POW in the occupied Philippines.
Wild and crazy guys by Nick Semlyen. How the comedy mavericks of the ‘80s changed Hollywood forever.
New Children’s Books
Another by Christian Robinson
Bear came along by Richard T. Morris
Field trip to the moon by John Hare
How do you care for a very sick bear? by Vanessa Bayer
Hum and swish by Matt Myers
Kindness makes the world go round by Craig Manning
My little chick, from egg to chick– by Geraldine Elschner
A normal pig by K-Fai Steele
Rainbow : a first book of pride by Michael Genhart
Rocket says look up! by Nathan Bryon
This beach is loud! by Samantha Cotterill
Vamos! Let’s go to the market by Raul Gonzalez
Owl diaries # 5 : Warm hearts day by Rebecca Elliott
Owl diaries # 6 : Baxter is missing by Rebecca Elliott
Owl diaries # 7 : The Wildwood Bakery by Rebecca Elliott
DK findout! Birds by Ben Hoare
DK findout! Castles by Philip Steele
The girl who named Pluto : the story of Venetia Burney by Alice B McGinty
Just right : searching for the Goldilocks planet by Curtis Manley
Military dogs on the job by Roxanne Troup
Night sky : explore nature with fun facts and activities by Carole Scott
Planetarium by Raman Prinja
Super summer : all kinds of summer facts and fun by Bruce Goldstone
They, she, he, me : free to be! by Maya and Matthew Smith-Gonzalez
Camp by Kayla Miller
Dinosaur explorers #1 Prehistoric pioneers by Redcode & Albbie
The Giver by P. Craig Russell
Olympians #11 Hephaistos: god of fire by George O’Connor
Putuguq & Kublu and the qalupalik by Roselynn Akulukjuk
The underfoot : the mighty deep by Ben Fisher
Wolfie Monster and the big bad pizza battle by Joey Ellis
Open season with Martin Lawrence
Race to Witch Mountain by Walt Disney with Dwayne Johnson
Ruby’s studio. The friendship show with Dr. Robyn Silverman
The three musketeers by Walt Disney
Wonder Park with Jennifer Garner
Notes from Booklist, Publishers Weekly, Kirkus, Library Journal, and New York Times Book Review.