There are some great fiction and non-fiction books coming out this spring. Amor Towles, Tana French, Stephen King, Erik Larson and other fantastic authors have books being published in the next few months. Order now, and we’ll have a copy ready for you as soon as the book arrives.
The Hunter by Tana French (March 5)
It's a blazing summer when two men arrive in a small village in the West of Ireland. One of them is coming home. Both of them are coming to get rich. One of them is coming to die.
James by Percival Everett (March 19)
A brilliant, action-packed reimagining of Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, both harrowing and ferociously funny, told from the enslaved Jim's point of view.
Memory Piece by Lisa Ko (March 19)
Moving from the predigital 1980s to the art and tech subcultures of the 1990s to a strikingly imagined portrait of the 2040s, Memory Piece is an innovative and audacious story of three lifelong friends as they strive to build satisfying lives in a world that turns out to be radically different from the one they were promised.
Table for Two by Amor Towles (April 2)
Millions of Amor Towles fans are in for a treat as he shares some of his shorter fiction: six stories based in New York City and a novella set in Golden Age Hollywood.
Somehow: Thoughts on Love by Anne Lamott (April 9)
Somehow is Anne Lamott's twentieth book, and in it she draws from her own life and experience to delineate the intimate and elemental ways that love buttresses us in the face of despair as it galvanizes us to believe that tomorrow will be better than today.
The Backyard Bird Chronicles by Amy Tan (April 23)
A gorgeous, witty account of birding, nature, and the beauty around us that hides in plain sight, written and illustrated by the best-selling author of The Joy Luck Club.
The Demon of Unrest by Erik Larson (April 30)
The bestselling author of The Splendid and the Vile brings to life the pivotal five months between the election of Abraham Lincoln and the start of the Civil War--a simmering crisis that finally tore a deeply divided nation in two.
Long Island by Colm Tóibín' (May 7)
From the beloved, critically acclaimed bestselling author comes a spectacularly moving and intense novel of secrecy, misunderstanding, and love, the story of Eilis Lacey, the complex and enigmatic heroine of Brooklyn, Tóibín's most popular work twenty years later.
You Like it Darker by Stephen King (May 21)
From legendary storyteller and master of short fiction Stephen King comes an extraordinary new collection of twelve short stories, many never-before-published, and some of his best EVER.
Exhibit by R. O. Kwon (May 21)
From bestselling author R. O. Kwon, an exhilarating, blazing-hot novel about a woman caught between her desires and her life.