What lies beneath
Riverhead Books | hardcover | available May 2 |
From the author of the global phenomenon
The Girl on the Train comes a chilling new novel
of psychological suspense. Within the span of one
summer a single mother and a teenage girl are
found dead at the bottom of the river that runs
through town. Their deaths disturb the waters,
dredging up a history of secrets long submerged.
The Osage murders and the birth of the FBI
Doubleday | hardcover | available now | Item #1154193
In the 1920s the richest people in the world were
members of the Osage Nation, after oil was discovered
beneath their land. And then, the Osage began to be
killed off. After years of research, New Yorker staff writer
David Grann revisits a shocking series of crimes in
which dozens of people were murdered in cold blood.
Building a career around your passions
Portfolio | hardcover | available May 2 | Item #1154607
Ivanka Trump discusses the way society views females
in the workforce and how it is possible to embrace their
multidimensional lives and redefine success. In Women
Who Work, Ivanka shares the skills she’s learned on
subjects such as identifying opportunity, negotiating,
shifting careers, managing work and family, and more.
Welcome to the big leagues, Davenport
G.P. Putnam’s Sons | hardcover | available April 25 | Item #1154187
A Biloxi, Mississippi, drug cartel counting house gets robbed and
five dead bodies are left behind. Lucas Davenport takes the case
and it quickly spirals out of control as he finds he is another target
for the kind of people who kill at will. Lucas’ first case as a U.S.
marshal sends him into uncharted territory in Golden Prey.
From the best-selling author of The Pilot’s Wife
Knopf | hardcover | available now | Item #1154201
Anita Shreve presents a suspenseful new novel, based on the true
story of the largest fire in Maine’s history, in October 1947. Grace
Holland is left alone when her husband joins the volunteer firefighters.
She spends the night frantically protecting her children and in the
morning finds her life forever changed in a town that no longer exists.
Can the odds be beaten?
Delacorte Press | hardcover | available May 2 | Item #1154179
After her husband’s untimely death, Kate Hudson raised her four
children on her own. Now they are grown—and they all choose to
play the odds, much to their mother’s dismay. Kate must walk the
line between being supportive and protecting the children she loves
from the mistakes they make.
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