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Coming in May

Fiction:

Bauer, Belinda. Darkside.

Matthew Scudder is forced to face his demons when he’s investing the murder of a childhood friend.

Block, Lawrence. A Drop of the Hard Stuff.

Brooks, Geraldine. Caleb’s Crossing.

Bethia Mayfield desires a formal education, but her gender holds her back in her Puritan community. She befriends a Wampanoag boy, who is soon getting the education that Bethia desires.
 

Collins, Jackie. Goddess of Vengeance.

Lucky Santangelo is back and everything in her life is perfect, until someone wants to buy the property her casino is on and won’t take no for an answer.

Hamill, Pete. Tabloid City

A flurry of activity follows the death a socialite and her secretary in the West Village.

Miéville, China. Embassytown

Humans have made a colony on Arieka. The fragile equilibrium between humans and aliens is violently upset when humans decide to appoint a new ambassador.  The former ambassador is torn between her opposing loyalties –a system she doesn’t believe in, a place she’s become a part of and a loveless marriage.

Mukherjee, Bharati. Miss New India.

Anjali Bose is the Miss New India. Anjali destined for a traditional life with an arranged marriage. Recognizing her ambition, she is encouraged by her American teacher to take charge of her destiny.

Parker, Robert B. Sixkill

Spenser acts as a mentor for a young Native American bodyguard, whose employer is being charged with the rape and murder of a young woman.

Sandford, John. Buried Prey.

Shaara, Jeff. The Final Storm: A Novel of World War II in the Pacific.

Spiegelman, Peter. Circus Time.

Non-Fiction:

Burns, Sarah. The Central Park Five: A Chronicle of a City Wilding

Carroll, James. Jerusalem, Jerusalem: How the Ancient City Ignited the Modern World.

Greene, Melissa Fay. No Biking in the House Without a Helmet.

Magner, Mike. Poisoned Legacy: British Petroleum’s Deadly Path of Destruction

Murkoff, Heidi & Sharon Mazel. What To Expect: The Second Year.

White, Betty. If You Ask Me: (and of Course You Won’t)

 

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