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The Waking Land
by Callie Bates
In this riveting debut, a young girl is pressured by a father she barely remembers to help lead a rebellion she does not believe in against the king who virtually raised her . . . and all using a magic whose existence she had repressed for years.
by Daryl Gregory
A generations-spanning family of psychics—both blessed and burdened by their abilities—must use their powers to save themselves from the CIA, the local mafia, and a skeptic hell-bent on discrediting them in this hilarious, tender, magical novel about the invisible forces that bind us.
The Little French Bistro
by Nina George
From the bestselling author of The Little Paris Bookshop, an extraordinary new novel about self-discovery, second chances, and finding true love.
Do Not Become Alarmed
by Maile Meloy
From a beloved, award-winning writer, the much-anticipated novel about what happens when two families go on a tropical vacation—and the children go missing.
Before We Were Yours
by Lisa Wingate
Inspired by firsthand accounts of the stories behind a notoriously corrupt adoption agency, the Tennessee Children’s Home Society, this riveting novel describes a woman investigating her parents’ hidden secrets and discovering the family’s tragic, scandalous past.

The Child
by Fiona Barton
The author of the stunning bestseller The Widow returns with a new novel of twisting psychological suspense about a journalist who unearths a decades-old mystery involving a kidnapped child.

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