Ahern, Cecilia. The Gift.
This light holiday story centers around how an overworked executive's sudden involvement in the life of a homeless man affects his professional fate.
Auster, Paul. Invisible.
Three narrators tell the story of Frenchman Rudolph Born who finds himself caught in a bizarre love triangle that leads to a extreme act of violence.
Baldacci, David. True Blue.
Mace Perry was a cop until someone framed her. Now she's out of jail and looking for the person that ruined her career.
Cussler, Clive & Justin Scott. The Wrecker.
It is 1907 detective Isaac Bell tracks down a mysterious man attacking the railroads, known as the Wrecker.
Howard, Linda. Ice.
Small town cop finds more than he bargained for when braving a winter storm to visit a rural house, to check on the occupant.
Jacobs, Kate. Knit the Season: A Friday Night Knitting Club Novel.
The next book after Knit Two, Dakota Walker goes to Scotland to spend the holidays with her family.
King, Stephen. Under the Dome.
Chester's Mill, Maine is a quiet town until an invisible dome suddenly drops around it. The resulting chaos is at the center of King's newest novel.
Koontz, Dean & Keith Champagne (text) & Andy Smith (illus.) Nevermore.
A graphic novel about the lengths one man will go to resurrect his dead wife.
Lively, Penelope. Family Album.
McFadyen, Cody. Abandoned.
Maguire, Gregory. Matchless.
Famous for rewriting fairy tales, the author takes on The Little Match Girl.
Nabokov, Vladimir. The Original of Laura (Dying Is Fun): A Novel in Fragments.
The last uncompleted novel of Nabokov consisted of 138 note cards. Never before published.
Patterson, James. I, Alex Cross.
Perry, Anne. A Christmas Promise.
Robb, J.D. Kindred in Death.
Robbins, David L. The Broken Jewel.
Rollins, James. Altar of Eden.
After busting an animal smuggling operation, investigators discover mutant animals who appear to be the product of stem-cell research.
Roth, Philip. The Humbling.
Russo, Richard. That Old Cape Magic.
Shaara, Jeff. No Less Than Victory.
Vonnegut, Kurt. Look at the Birdie.
Fourteen previously unpublished short stories.