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New Fiction on Order from Cornwell, Martin, Gabaldon and More

If We Order, You Will Hold…

New additions to the Library catalog this month include a Saxon tale from Bernard Cornwell, novellas from George R. R. Martin and Diana Gabaldon, and more. 

And although they may not be released until December or January, you can reserve your spot in the reading line by placing your hold now.

 

Dangerous Women
edited by George R. R. Martin and R. Gardner Dozois

A collection of 21 short stories by best-selling authors which celebrates women as heroines and villains.  Tales include a new “Outlander” tale by Diana Gabaldon, a novella set in the world of “A Game of Thrones,” and a “Dresden Files” tale from Jim Butcher.
Release Date:  Dec. 3

 


Command Authority

by Tom Clancy

There’s a new strong man in Russia, but his rise to power is based on a dark secret hidden decades in the past.  The solution to that mystery lies with a most unexpected source:  President Jack Ryan.
Release Date:  Dec. 3

 

 

Under the Wide and Starry Sky:  A Novel
by Nancy Horan

The much-anticipated second novel by the author of “Loving Frank,” the beloved New York Times bestseller, this new work tells the incredible story of the passionate, turbulent relationship between Scottish author Robert Louis Stevenson and his wild-tempered American wife, Fanny.
Release Date: Jan. 21



The Pagan Lord
by Bernard Cornwell

Bernard Cornwell returns to his epic “Saxon Tales” saga with this dramatic story of divided loyalties, bloody battles, and the struggle to unite Britain.
Release Date:  Jan. 7

 

 

Buying In
by Laura Hemphill

Set inside the high-stakes world of finance, Manhattan’s after-hours clubs, and factories in the Midwest and India, this is the high-powered, heartfelt story of a young woman finding her foot­ing on Wall Street as it crumbles beneath her. Written by an industry veteran, Buying In tackles what it means to be a woman in a man’s world, and how to survive in big business without sacri­ficing who you are.
Release Date:  Nov. 5

 

 

The Murder Code
by Steve Mosby

Detective Inspector Andrew Hicks thinks he knows all about murder. However horrific the act, the reasons behind a crime are usually easy to explain. So when a woman is found bludgeoned to death, he suspects a crime of passion and attention focuses on her possessive ex-husband. But when a second body is found, similarly beaten, Hicks is forced to think again.
Release Date: Dec. 7

 

This post was brought to you by the Fiction Selection Committee. New titles are ordered regularly, and can be found by browsing the catalog or at any of our eight locations.

 

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