New Adult Fiction
Publisher Feminist Press, 2017.
First Feminist Press edition.
292 pages ; 21 cm
Call Number F GORE
Summary "Spurred on by nineties "family values" campaigns and determined to better herself through education, a teen mom talks her way into college. Disgusted by an overabundance of phallocratic narratives and Freytag's pyramid, she turns to a subcultural canon of resistance and failure. Wryly riffing on feminist literary tropes, it documents the survival of a demonized single mother figuring things out"--
Publisher Berkley, an imprint of Penguin Random House LLC, 2017. ©2017
383 pages ; 21 cm
Call Number F GRAY
Summary "Scotland, 1906. A mysterious object discovered inside an ancient castle calls Maximilian Haywood, the new Duke of Olympia, and his fellow researcher Emmeline Truelove, north to the remote Orkney Islands. No stranger to the study of anachronisms in archaeological digs, Haywood is nevertheless puzzled by the artifact: a suit of clothing, which, according to family legend, once belonged to a selkie who rose from the sea in ancient times and married the castle's first laird. But Haywood and Truelove soon discover they're not the only ones interested in the selkie's strange hide, and when their mutual friend Lord Silverton vanishes in the night from an Edinburgh street, the mystery takes a dangerous turn through time, which only Haywood's skills and Truelove's bravery can solve.."--
Publisher Gallery Books, 2017.
First Gallery Books hardcover edition.
390 pages ; 24 cm.
Call Number FIC HAIG
Summary Concludes the story of psychic Omega Cass and her powerful Alpha twin, Zach, on a dystopian world struggling for balance between a backward government and its oppressed people centuries after a nuclear apocalypse.
Publisher Unnamed Press,  ©2017
266 pages ; 22 cm
Call Number FIC HALASA
Summary Hussein Saban, the only pig butcher in his small Jordanian town, lives with three generations of women. Regrets, dreams, and clandestine pasts in love, politics, and even espionage threaten the order in the household as generations clash. When a long-lost soldier from Hussein's military past arrives, the Sabas family must decide whether to protect or expose him, bringing long-simmering rivalries and injustices to the surface.
Publisher G.P. Putnam's Sons, 
384 pages : map ; 24 cm.
Call Number FIC Haley, James
A field guide to the North American family : concerning chiefly the Hungates and Harrisons, with accounts of their habits, nesting, dispersion, etc., and full description of the plumage of both adult and young, within a taxonomic survey of several...
Publisher Alfred A. Knopf, 2017.
133 pages : color illustrations ; 21 cm
Call Number FIC HALLBERG
Summary The very first work of fiction by the best-selling, acclaimed author of City on Fire --his piercingly beautiful treasure box of a novella about two families in the suburbs, now in a newly designed full-color edition For years, the Hungates and the Harrisons have coexisted peacefully in the same Long Island neighborhood, enjoying the pleasures and weathering the pitfalls of their suburban habitat. But when the patriarch of one family dies unexpectedly, the survivors face a stark imperative: adapt or face extinction. In sixty-three interlinked vignettes and striking accompanying photographs, the novella cuts multiple paths--which can be reconstructed in any order--through the lives of its richly imagined characters. Part art object, part Choose Your Own Adventure, A Field Guide to the North American Family is an innovative and deeply personal look at the ties that bind, as well as a poignant meditation on connection in a fragmented world.
Publisher William Morrow, an imprint of HarperCollinsPublishers, 
364, 10 pages ; 24 cm
Call Number FIC HARPER
Summary Promoting themselves from genteel poverty to fame, two beautiful sisters, one a daring fashion designer and the other a writer of scandalous novels, become each other's most staunch supporter and harshest critic in the face of misunderstandings and confidences.
Publisher Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2017.
First U.S. edition.
214 pages ; 22 cm
Call Number F HARRISON
Publisher Pegasus Books, 2018.
First Pegasus Books hardcover edition.
348 pages ; 24 cm
Call Number F HARWOOD
Publisher Pegasus Books, 2017.
First Pegasus Books hardcover edition.
x, 349 pages : illustration, map ; 24 cm
Call Number F HAUSER
Summary Atalanta, the abandoned daughter of the king of Pagasae, disguises herself as a man to win a place on the journey to search for the Golden Fleece, but once she is discovered, she is left in the land of Colchis and forced to make a terrible choice.
Publisher Poisoned Pen Press, 2017.
250 pages : map ; 23 cm.
Call Number F HAVILL
Publisher Touchstone, 2017.
First Touchstone hardcover edition.
324 pages ; 24 cm
Call Number FIC HENSHAW, MARK
Summary "Decorated CIA analyst Mark Henshaw continues the "authentic, compelling, and revealing" (Jason Matthews) Red Cell series following agent Kyra Stryker who must work with retired analyst Jonathan Burke to save the CIA from being torn apart by a conspiracy of moles. New Red Cell Chief Kyra Stryker has barely settled into the job when an attack on an Israeli port throws the Middle East into chaos. The Mossad--Israel's feared intelligence service--responds with a campaign of covert sabotage and assassination, determined to protect the homeland. But evidence quickly turns up suggesting that a group of moles inside Langley are helping Mossad wage its covert war. Convinced that Mossad has heavily penetrated the CIA's leadership, the FBI launches a counterintelligence investigation that threatens to cripple the Agency--and anyone who questions the official story is suspect. With few officials willing to help for fear of getting accused, Kyra turns to her former mentors--now-retired Red Cell Chief Jonathan Burke and his wife, former CIA Director Kathryn Cooke--to help uncover who is trying to tear the CIA apart from the inside out"--
Publisher William Morrow, an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers,  ©2017
408, 17 pages ; 21 cm
Call Number F HOO
Summary A tale inspired by the life of Louisa May Alcott's youngest sister finds young May longing to study art outside of the confines of her Concord home before turning down a marriage proposal and pursuing an identity in contrast to the spoiled and worldly character of Amy in her sister's famed novel.
Publisher Atria Books, 2017.
First Atria Books hardcover edition.
362 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Call Number FIC Hoover, Colleen
Summary "From the #1 New York Times bestselling author of It Ends With Us and November 9 comes a moving and haunting novel of family, love, and the power of the truth. In Colleen Hoover's gripping novel, reminiscent of the bestselling works of Liane Moriarty and Jojo Moyes, a young woman decides to reveal the dark secrets of her seemingly-happy family before she leaves them behind, but when her escape plan fails, she must deal with the staggering consequences of telling the truth"--
Publisher Curbstone Books, 2017.
xv, 226 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Call Number F HOSSEINI
Summary The Place of Stones is Ali Hosseini's newly translated first novel, his second book to appear in English. In it, he paints a vivid portrait of Sangriz, a village in the southern part of Iran where life has been disrupted by industrialization and the revolution of 1979. Haydar and Jamal are best friends, and their families have always made their living from the land in the foothills of Iran's Zagros Mountains. Haydar is a dreamer who searches the hills for an ancient treasure called the Black Globe. Jamal is in love with Haydar's sister, Golandam, and he attempts to accommodate himself to modernization as a way to create a better life for the two of them. The rapacious conversion of farmland to brick factories draws the trio into escalating conflict with the village landlord. As Jamal, Haydar, and their families confront land reform, industrialization, revolution, and war, their lives are pulled forcefully toward the explosive events that will change them all. In masterfully crafted prose that never sinks into sentimentality, The Place of Stones illuminates how a lost past continues to shape the present.
Publisher St. Martin's Griffin, 2017.
277 pages ; 21 cm
Call Number F HUGHES
Summary Set during London's most festive time of year and filled with delicious food Anita Hughes' Christmas in London is about love and friendship, and the season's most important lesson: learning how to ask for and give forgiveness. It's a week before Christmas and Louisa Graham is working twelve hour shifts at a bakery on Manhattan's Lower East Side. When a young cooking show assistant comes in from the rain and begs to buy all the cinnamon rolls on her tray, she doesn't know what to do. Louisa is just the baker, and they aren't hers to sell. But the show burned the rolls they were supposed to film that day; so she agrees. The next morning, Louisa finds out that her cinnamon rolls were a hit, but the star of the show was allergic, and the whole crew is supposed to leave for London that afternoon. They want Louisa to step in for their annual Christmas Eve Dinner TV special at Claridge's. It's a great opportunity, and Digby Bunting, Louisa's famous baking idol, will be there. Even if he does seem more interested in her than her food. And then there's Kate, the show's beautiful producer. On their first day in London she runs into the skinny boy she jilted at St. Andrew's in Scotland ten years ago. Now he's a handsome, brilliant mathematician, and newly divorced. Their familiar spark is still there, but so is the scar of how they left things. Kate and Louisa are busy preparing for the show, but old and new flames are complicating their work.
Publisher New Directions, 2017. ©1983
First New Directions paperback edition.
xii, 111 pages ; 21 cm
Call Number F INGALLS
Summary In the quiet suburbs, while Dorothy is doing chores and waiting for her husband to come home from work, not in the least anticipating romance, she hears a strange radio announcement about a monster who has just escaped from the Institute for Oceanographic Research... Reviewers have compared Rachel Ingalls's Mrs. Caliban to King Kong, Edgar Allan Poe's stories, the films of David Lynch, Beauty and the Beast, The Wizard of Oz, E.T., Richard Yates's domestic realism, B-horror movies, and the fairy tales of Angela Carter--how such a short novel could contain all of these disparate elements is a testament to its startling and singular charm.
Publisher MCD x FSG Originals, 2017.
230 pages ; 21 cm
Call Number FIC JACOBS, LISKA
Summary "A novel about a young woman who loses her job and her boyfriend and spirals down a dark path of self-destruction that threatens to harm anyone close to her."--
Publisher Turner, 
279 pages ; 23 cm
Call Number FIC JOHNSON
Summary "Crime. Vengeance. Love. Physics. The infamous Deadbomb Bingo Ray is a high level fixer in the City of Brotherly Love. He's the man you call when you've crossed the line into hopeless and there's no way back to anywhere. Three years have passed since Ray burned a hedge fund manager on behalf of a pool of retirees, and now the money man is back for revenge. While Ray unravels the plot and orchestrates some payback of his own, he unwittingly steps into the ultimate high stakes game. Falling in love with the beautiful physicist trapped at the edge of the burn was just bad timing. When the fuse is finally lit, getting killed isn't high on the list of the worst that could happen in this dark and stylish noir"--
Publisher Kensington Books, 2017.
First Kensington hardcover edition.
298 pages ; 22 cm
Call Number F JOHNSTONE
Summary Framed for murder, Dewey "Mac" McKenzie flees New Orleans to become a chuck-wagon cook on a cattle drive and learns that the drive's trail boss plans to double-cross the herd's owner and steal the money the herd brings in.