The first new arrivals to don our shelves this week are some interesting genre books.
We have a thriller:
THE MATCH by Harlan Coben,
and a mystery:
GIVE UNTO OTHERS (A COMMISSARIO GUIDO BRUNETTI MYSTERY) by Donna Leon
Then for those of you who enjoy the TV series, THE EXPANSE, there is:
MEMORY’S LEGION: THE COMPLETE EXPANSE STORY COLLECTION (THE EXPANSE) by James Corey, science fiction at its best, according to many critics.
Now for the fiction:
PEACH BLOSSOM SPRING by Melissa Fu is an Asian-American historical fiction book, about “love and war, migration and belonging”.
And of course, here’s the non-fiction:
PAY UP: THE FUTURE OF WOMEN AND WORK (AND WHY IT’S DIFFERENT THAN YOU THINK) by Reshma Saujani
which includes the biographies/memoirs:
LESSONS FROM THE EDGE: A MEMOIR by Marie Yovanovitch
WHO DO I THINK I AM? STORIES OF CHOLA WISHES AND CAVIAR DREAMS by Anjelah Johnson-Reyes
HAPPY PEOPLE ARE ANNOYING by Josh Peck
As always, thank you for making our shelves your destination.