Our Most Anticipated Books: September -November 2023
Updated: Aug 18
There are some great fiction and non-fiction books coming out this autumn. Stephen King, Claire Keegan, Michael Lewis, Lauren Groff, Jesmyn Ward 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 Fraud by Zadie Smith (September 5)
From acclaimed and bestselling novelist Zadie Smith, a kaleidoscopic work of historical fiction set against the legal trial that divided Victorian England, about who gets to tell their story--and who gets to be believed.
Holly by Stephen King (September 5)
Holly Gibney, one of Stephen King's most compelling and ingeniously resourceful characters, returns in this thrilling novel to solve the gruesome truth behind multiple disappearances in a midwestern town.
The Vaster Wilds by Lauren Groff (September 12)
A taut and electrifying novel from celebrated bestselling author Lauren Groff, about one spirited girl alone in the wilderness, trying to survive.
Democracy Awakening by Heather Cox Richardson (September 26)
From historian and author of the popular daily newsletter LETTERS FROM AN AMERICAN, a vital narrative that explains how America, once a beacon of democracy, now teeters on the brink of autocracy -- and how we can turn back.
Going Infinite by Michael Lewis (October 3)
From the #1 best-selling author of The Big Short and Flash Boys, the story of FTX’s spectacular collapse and Sam Bankman-Fried, the enigmatic founder at its center.
Let Us Descend by Jesmyn Ward (October 3)
From one of the most singularly brilliant and beloved writers of her generation, this miracle of a novel inscribes Black American grief and joy into the very land--the rich but unforgiving forests, swamps, and rivers of the American South. Let Us Descend is Jesmyn Ward's most magnificent novel yet, a masterwork for the ages.
The Exchange by John Grisham (October 17)
John Grisham delivers high-flying international suspense in a stunning new legal thriller that marks the return of Mitch McDeere, the brilliant hero of The Firm.
Absolution by Alice McDermott (October 31)
A riveting account of women’s lives on the margins of the Vietnam War, from the renowned winner of the National Book Award. About folly and grace, obligation, sacrifice, and, finally, the quest for absolution in a broken world.
My Name is Barbra by Barbra Streisand (November 7)
No entertainer's memoir has been more anticipated than Barbra Streisand's, and this engrossing and delightful book will be eagerly welcomed by her millions of fans.
Resurrection Walk by Michael Connelly (November 7)
Lincoln Lawyer Mickey Haller enlists the help of his half-brother, Harry Bosch, to prove the innocence of a woman in prison for killing her husband
Day by Michael Cunningham (November 14)
As the world changes around them, a family weathers the storms of growing up, growing older, falling in and out of love, losing the things that are most precious—and learning to go on—from the Pulitzer Prize–winning author of The Hours.
So Late in the Day by Claire Keegan (November 14)
From Booker Prize Finalist and bestselling author of “pitch perfect” (Boston Globe) Small Things Like These, comes a tryptic of stories about love, lust, betrayal, and the ever-intriguing interchanges between women and men.