June 19th – 23rd*

Fiction

The Silent Corner – Dean Koontz

A dazzling new series, a pure adrenaline rush, debuts with Jane Hawk, a remarkable heroine certain to become an icon of suspense
Beach House for Rent – Mary Alice Monroe

New York Times bestselling author Mary Alice Monroe returns to her beloved Isle of Palms to tell the poignant, charming story of two women, one summer, and one very special beach house
Dangerous Minds (A Knight and Moon Novel) – Janet Evanovich

The irrepressibly charming duo of Emerson Knight and Riley Moon returns in another gripping mystery by #1 New York Times bestselling author Janet Evanovich.
Trap the Devil – Ben Coes

Only one man stands between a powerful cabal planning an invisible coup of the U.S. government and their brutal goals―Dewey Andreas.
Kiss Carlo – Adriana Trigiani

From Adriana Trigiani, the beloved New York Times-bestselling author of The Shoemaker’s Wife,comes an exhilarating epic novel of love, loyalty, and creativity—the story of an Italian-American family on the cusp of change.
News of the World – Paulette Jiles

In the aftermath of the Civil War, an aging itinerant news reader agrees to transport a young captive of the Kiowa back to her people in this exquisitely rendered, morally complex, multilayered novel of historical fiction from the author of Enemy Women that explores the boundaries of family, responsibility, honor, and trust.
The Force – Don Winslow

The acclaimed, award-winning, bestselling author of The Cartel—voted one of the Best Books of the Year by more than sixty publications, including the New York Times—makes his William Morrow debut with a cinematic epic as explosive, powerful, and unforgettable as Mystic River and The Wire.
Power Game (GhostWalker Novel) – Christine Feehan

In this sizzling and suspenseful GhostWalker novel by the #1 New York Times bestselling author of Spider Game, two lovers discover there’s no telling who will come out on top.

Non-Fiction

Colored Pencil Painting Portraits: Mastera Revolutionary Method for Rendering Depth and Imitating Life – Alyona Nickelsen

Colored pencil painter Alyona Nickelsen reveals how to use the medium to push the limits of realistic portraiture.
You Can Do This: Seizing the Confidence God Offers – Tricia Lott Williford

Our culture as a whole, and often the Christian culture in particular, discourages confidence in women. Tricia Lott Williford explores how confidence and self-awareness can be a path toward stronger and richer faith. She offers stories and strategies to inspire and lead women to develop the confidence to stand firm in the face of the blows, losses, and disappointments in life.

Graphic Novels

Star Wars Vol. 2 – Kieron Gillen

STAR WARS Vol. 2 collects 15-25 AND ANNUAL 2
Teen Titans Vol. 1 – Benjamin Percy

It’s a culture clash for the ages in TEEN TITANS VOL. 1: DAMIAN KNOWS BEST. Collects TEEN TITANS #1-5 and TEEN TITANS: REBIRTH #1.
Nightwing Vol. 2 – Tim Seeley, Marcus To

Collects NIGHTWING #9-15 in the DC Rebirth
Spice and Wolf Vol. 18 – Isuna Hasekura

The long-awaited continuation of the tale of Holo the Wise Wolf and the merchant Lawrence!
Tokyo Ghoul Vol. 13 – Sui Ishida

Ghouls live among us, the same as normal people in every way—except their craving for human flesh.
One More Year – Simon Hanselmann

The latest graphic novel in the New York Times best-selling, Tumblr comic series about a stoner witch, a cat, an owl, and a werewolf.
Prison School Vol. 7 – Akira Hiramoto

While they might have been enemies, Kiyoshi and Mari need to work together like their lives depend on it–because they do! With snake venom coursing through Mari’s body, the only way to save her is for Kiyoshi to get his lips between her thighs. But as they slither and writhe together, are they only falling further into the machinations of the Official Student Council?

*Please note, all dates are pulled from Amazon and are subject to change

Amelia Wellman
fatal_frame_chick@live.com
I read, I write, I play videogames, Ghostbusters is my favourite thing in the known universe, but quasars come in at a close second. I've been known to cry at the drop of a hat over happy and sad things alike. I've also been known to fly into a rage if things don't go my way, leading to many a fight in high school and breaking someone's nose on the TTC one time. I'm an anxious introvert but also a loud-mouthed bad influence. Especially on my cat. He learned it from watching me, okay!

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