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341 WEIR, ANDY ARTEMIS
Crown Publishers, Inc. 2018 0553448145 / 9780553448146 PAPERBACK . 
Crown Publishers, Inc. 7/3/2018. New paperback. Store pick: Andy Weir has done it again! Made me read and rave about a Science fiction book. I never read Science Fiction, nor am I a fan of Fantasy or Paranormal but I am a huge fan of Andy Weir. His wit, humor and amazing story telling ability are addictive. Artemis is a city on the Moon but it could be a city anywhere – sure you have to do things differently because of no atmosphere, etc. but basically love is love, greed is greed, smuggling is smuggling, murder is murder, no matter where it takes place. I loved the Martian but Artemis is, IMO, even better. I loved the personal interactions between the characters and I loved Jazz’s determination and her somewhat skewed sense of what is right and what is wrong. Artemis is a true adventure story with a lot of really neat science thrown in. Think a futuristic MacGyver/Mission Impossible with a young female protagonist. -Nancy M., store volunteer 
Price: 16.00 USD
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342 WEIR, ANDY MARTIAN
Broadway 2014 0553418025 / 9780553418026 PAPERBACK . 
Broadway 10/28/2014. New paperback. Store pick, recommended by Jill (seconded by Nancy M. and Melissa): One of my favorite books of the year. The only sci-fi is believe we can get an astronaut to Mars -- after that it's an extremely funny, adventure/survival story. -Jill Hendrix, store owner (seconded by Nancy M., store volunteer, and Melissa O., store employee) 
Price: 15.00 USD
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343 WELLS, MARTHA EXIT STRATEGY (MURDERBOT DIARIES, NO 4)
St. Martin's Press 2018 1250191858 / 9781250191854 HARDCOVER in Brand New jacket. 
St. Martin's Press 10/2/2018. New hardcover. in Brand New jacket. Releases 10/2/18. Pre-order today! Store pick: The last book in the Murderbot Diaries reads as one great climax to the whole series. These books were so great I went out and bought every Martha Wells book I could find. -Recommended by Adam M., store volunteer 
Price: 16.99 USD
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344 WESTOVER, TARA EDUCATED: A MEMOIR
Random House 2018 0399590501 / 9780399590504 HARDCOVER in Brand New jacket. 
Random House 2/20/2018. New hardcover. in Brand New jacket. Later printing. Store pick: Not since The Glass Castle has a memoir significantly moved me like Educated has. Tara Westover’s description of her family is harsh and stark while at the same time haunting and beautiful. Her unconventional upbringing by conservative Mormon parents in Idaho is fascinating, and you will not be able to put down this book until you absorb every word. And even then it will not leave you. -Linda H., store volunteer 
Price: 28.00 USD
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345 WHITE, KAREN FLIGHT PATTERNS
Berkley 2017 0451470923 / 9780451470928 PAPERBACK . 
Berkley 3/28/2017. New paperback. Store pick, recommended by Linda: A family history of beekeeping is the backbone of this new novel by Karen White. Georgia is an antiques appraiser when she receives a request to evaluate an estate. A missing piece of China leads her to discover secrets that have been buried for years about her own family. It also opens up a way for her to re-connect with her sister, Maisy, who she has been avoiding for the past ten years. Georgia and Maisy are bound by their own secret, and eventually are set free by the truth that comes out at the end of the novel. A memorable story with well developed characters. -Linda H., store volunteer Signed by author. 
Price: 16.00 USD
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346 WHITE, KAREN MEMORY OF WATER
New American Library 2008 0451223039 / 9780451223036 PAPERBACK . 
New American Library 3/4/2008. New paperback. On the night their mother drowns trying to ride out a storm in a sailboat, sisters Marnie and Diana Maitland discover there is more than one kind of death. There is the death of innocence, of love, and of hope. Each sister harbors a secret about what really happened that night—secrets that will erode their lives as they grow into adulthood... Recommended by Suzanne Y., store employee Signed by author. 
Price: 16.00 USD
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347 WHITE, KAREN SOUND OF GLASS
New American Library 2016 0451470907 / 9780451470904 PAPERBACK . 
New American Library 4/5/2016. New paperback. Store pick, recommended by Jackie: This is a wonderful story of family, loss, secrets and redemption. Karen White is a masterful storyteller with an attention to detail that adds so depth to the story. I can almost smell the low tide debris and feel the sweltering Beaufort summer heat. Spousal abuse is a tough subject to tackle, but this story of women and the cycle of abuse is compelling and educational. This should be on everyone's summer reading list. -Jackie W., store volunteer Signed by author. 
Price: 16.00 USD
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348 WILDE, FRAN UPDRAFT
Tor Books 2016 0765377845 / 9780765377845 PAPERBACK . 
Tor Books 9/13/2016. New paperback. Store pick: Kirit's world consists of towers made of bone, where people live above the clouds and are transported on wings. And Kirit loves flying; she can't wait to pass her wingtest so she can fly away from her tower, with her mother on her trading routes as well as alone to help the city. But when she gets caught doing something she shouldn't be able to do, her life turns upside down and she finds herself instead working for the mysterious Singers, the guardians of the city. And as she learns their secrets, she must decide whether her family or the city is more important to her, and whether any secrets should be kept for the good of both. Will appeal to both adult and young adult readers. -Melissa O., store employee 
Price: 15.99 USD
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349 WILLIAMS, BEATRIZ ALONG THE INFINITE SEA
Putnam 2016 0425278999 / 9780425278994 PAPERBACK . 
Putnam 8/9/2016. New paperback. Store pick, recommended by Linda: Intrigue, suspense, passion--this novel has it all. A riveting story of a love triangle involving a Nazi officer, a young French-American socialite, and a German Jew. This historical novel takes us back to pre-war Germany and the early ripples of Hitler's regime across Europe. Williams keeps us guessing until the very end who Annabelle, the young socialite, will choose. Couldn't put this down! -Linda H., store volunteer 
Price: 16.00 USD
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350 WILLIAMS, BEATRIZ CERTAIN AGE
William Morrow 2017 0062404962 / 9780062404961 PAPERBACK . 
William Morrow 1/3/2017. New paperback. Store pick: I enjoyed this book and thought it was probably a good representation of this era. The plot and characters are well developed and the author manages to take the trite situation of an unhappy marriage and make you care. -Jackie, store volunteer 
Price: 15.99 USD
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351 WILLIAMS, BEATRIZ SUMMER WIVES
William Morrow 2018 0062660349 / 9780062660343 First Edition, First Printing. HARDCOVER in Brand New jacket. 
William Morrow 7/10/2018. New hardcover. First Edition, First Printing. in Brand New jacket. Store pick: Beatriz Williams has penned one of her best summer novels yet. Winthrop Island is a place where everyone knows their place - you are either one of the wealthy summer families who vacations there, or a working class Island native. Miranda Schuyler learns all this the summer her mother marries one of the island's elite. When Miranda falls for an island native, she learns that the dividing line between the rich and the poor must never be breached. For breaching it always results in trauma -- or death. -Linda H., store volunteer 
Price: 26.99 USD
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352 WILSON, DANIEL H. CLOCKWORK DYNASTY
Vintage Books 2018 1101974087 / 9781101974087 PAPERBACK . 
Vintage Books 6/26/2018. New paperback. Store pick: Recommended by Adam, store reader and Jill's brother. 
Price: 16.95 USD
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353 WINSLOW, DON FORCE
William Morrow 2018 0062664433 / 9780062664433 PAPERBACK . 
William Morrow 3/13/2018. New paperback. Store pick: A truly explosive novel, boldly written, raw at time, of epic proportion. A wild roller-coaster ride, highs and lows, ups and downs, dizzying at times. You will love this character, you’ll pull for him to succeed. You’ll laugh with him, and you’ll cry with him. And hope the book never ends… -Nancy H., store reader 
Price: 16.99 USD
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354 WINSLOW, EMILY LOOK FOR HER
William Morrow 2018 006257258X / 9780062572585 PAPERBACK . 
William Morrow 2/13/2018. New paperback. Store pick: A beautiful young girl disappears on her way to school. Years later her body is found but the murderer is never caught. Morris Kaufmann is now a cold case inspector and when DNA is finally recovered from the clothes of the young girl he thinks he is well on his way to making a huge name for himself, as the abduction and murder of Annalise Wood received much notoriety at the time of the abduction and years later when the body was found. He seeks help from his old partner, Chloe, and they soon discover that the one thing they thought they knew – that the body was that of Annalise - is now in question. Look For Her is a terrific psychological thriller with many twists and turns. The sensationalization of the abduction and murder affected many people as did the lies told by those close to Annaliese. It is up to Morris and Chloe to figure out who was buried in Annalise’s clothes and who murdered her, and how two unrelated patients of a local psychiatrist, both of whom were obsessed with Annalise, might be involved in the case. -Nancy M., store volunteer 
Price: 15.99 USD
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355 WOLFSON, BRIANNA ROSIE COLORED GLASSES
MIRA 2018 0778330699 / 9780778330691 HARDCOVER in Brand New jacket. 
MIRA 2/20/2018. New hardcover. in Brand New jacket. Store pick: Wolfson's first novel is a beautifully heartbreaking work that deals with the effects of opiates on addicts and their families. Rosie lives and feels life to its fullest and seeks her escape in pills. Willow loves her mom but can't understand when she suddenly becomes distant. Willow's dad struggles to make sense of his love for his estranged wife and how he can transfer that love to his children. Sometimes sad, but always hopeful, Wolfson helps us understand what it is like for an addict's family. -Linda H., store volunteer 
Price: 26.99 USD
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356 WYK, C.V. BLOOD AND SAND
Tor Books 2018 0765380099 / 9780765380098 First Edition, First Printing. HARDCOVER in Brand New jacket. 
Tor Books 1/16/2018. New hardcover. First Edition, First Printing. in Brand New jacket. Store pick: Attia is the last of her warrior people after the Romans conquered her land. Now she's a slave, given to Xanthus, a champion gladiator, as a reward for his victories in the arena. Attia has vowed to fight the Romans until she gains her freedom or dies trying, but she doesn't count on Xanthus, a fellow slave, treating her with such care and gentleness. As the two form a relationship that goes beyond their shared bonds, Attia finds herself fighting for Xanthus as much as herself. This book will appeal to fans of strong, fierce female characters, and though there's no magic, fantasy fans will have much to love in the world of the ancient Romans. -Melissa O., store employee 
Price: 17.99 USD
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357 YANG, ANDREW WAR ON NORMAL PEOPLE: THE TRUTH ABOUT AMERICA'S DISAPPEARING JOBS
Hachette Book Group 2018 0316414247 / 9780316414241 HARDCOVER in Brand New jacket. 
Hachette Book Group 4/3/2018. New hardcover. in Brand New jacket. Store pick: I feel this book, more than Hillbilly Elegy, does a great job of explaining the liberal/heartland disconnect and the anger and frustration that gave rise to Trump. Andrew does a great job of examining what's going on in current America and where technological change is taking us. I'm not as sanguine that the problems are as easily fixed as he proposes, however. -Jill Hendrix, store owner 
Price: 28.00 USD
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358 YATES, CHRISTOPHER J. GRIST MILL ROAD
Picador 2018 1250150280 / 9781250150288 First Edition, First Printing. HARDCOVER in Brand New jacket. 
Picador 1/9/2018. New hardcover. First Edition, First Printing. in Brand New jacket. Store pick: An outstanding novel, amazingly written that will appeal to lovers of literary fiction as well as to lovers of psychological suspense. Grist Mill Road starts with the innocence of childhood and childish reactions to things they should not have to face. A terrible childhood crime changes the lives of three people. It changes them in ways they are aware of but even worse it affects their future in ways they can’t imagine. Especially since they are each hiding something very important about what happened leading up to that day. As their lives interesect twenty seven years later we see how each of the three has come to terms with what has happened, and a gripping plot with twists and turns takes this incredibly well written story to its ultimate conclusion. -Nancy M., store volunteer 
Price: 26.00 USD
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359 YOON, NICOLA SUN IS ALSO A STAR
Delacorte Press 2016 0553496689 / 9780553496680 HARDCOVER in Brand New jacket. 
Delacorte Press 11/1/2016. New hardcover. in Brand New jacket. Later printing. 2018/19 SC Young Adult Book Award Nominee. Store pick: Natasha knows from experience that dreams will get you nowhere, so she keeps herself well-grounded. Even when she's hours away from being deported with her family back to Jamaica. Daniel is a poet at heart, a romantic who believes in fate and destiny, so when he sees a girl standing out from the crowd, he doesn't think twice about ditching his parent-sanctioned college interview to go after her. A series of coincidences have them meeting several times, but is it enough to convince Natasha to believe in the meant-to-be future that Daniel sees? I loved Yoon's gorgeous writing and couldn't help falling in love with the characters myself. -Melissa O., store employee 
Price: 18.99 USD
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360 ZEVIN, GABRIELLE STORIED LIFE OF A. J. FIKRY
Algonquin Books of Chapel Hill 2014 1616204516 / 9781616204518 PAPERBACK . 
Algonquin Books of Chapel Hill 12/2/2014. New paperback. Store pick: The life and transformation of grumpy bookstore owner A.J. Fikry is told in the only way a book lover's life can be told -- through the language of books read. It almost reads like a book of recommended reading, and I found myself nodding with familiarity and noting what to add to my reading list. This delightful read captured every emotion -- I laughed, I sighed, I cried, turning page after page, eager to keep reading but oh-so-reluctant for the story to end. I simply adored this book! -Cynthia, store employee (seconded by Nancy M., store volunteer) 
Price: 15.95 USD
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