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Front Matter Pages i-xxxii. Eduardo Mondlane. Pages The Rise of Mozambican Nationalism. The Ravages of Exile Politics. Mondlane in Dar es Salaam. New Contenders. Students vs. The Collapse of Portugal. Independent Mozambique. Sarah E. Jing-Jing Lee, How We Disappeared , Hanover Square novel set in Singapore , about a woman who survived the Japanese occupation and a man who thought he had lost everything.
James Markert, Midnight at the Tuscany Hotel , Thomas Nelson explores the mysteries of the mind, the truth behind lore, and the miracle of inspiration. Fiona McIntosh, The Pearl Thief , Penguin explores whether love and hope can ever overpower atrocity in a time of war and hate. Diane C.
Cass Morris, From Unseen Fire , Daw historical fantasy set in an alternate Roman empire, where mages must conceal their power to navigate the vast and complex politics of the Republic. Ryohgo Narita, illus. Katsumi Enami, Baccano! In the depths of Alcatraz, Firo, Ladd, Leeza, and the others involved in the underground brawl, figure out their next moves. Jay Parini, The Damascus Road , Doubleday brings to life Paul of Tarsus, a fascinating and ever-controversial figure, capturing his visionary passions and vast contradictions. Jane Rawson, From The Wreck , Picador survivor of a shipwreck off Australia in goes back into the past for answers about the disappearance of a fellow-survivor.
Sofia Segovia, trans. Alisa Smith, Doublespeak , Thomas Dunne — historical thriller finds protagonist Lieutenant Lena Stillman on a journey back to her past. Maryla Szymiczkowa, trans. Christopher Tilghman, Thomas and Beal in the Midi , Farrar, Strauss and Giroux young interracial couple escapes from Maryland to France in to begin a new life as winemakers in the Languedoc.
Jan Vantoortelboom, trans. Vivien D. David Verbocht stands before the firing squad and looks back on his short and turbulent life. Kris Waldherr, The Lost History of Dreams , Touchstone a post-mortem photographer unearths dark secrets of the past that may hold the key to his future, in this gothic tradition debut novel. Gwendolyn Womack, The Time Collector , Picador magical thriller about a psychometrist who can relive memories across centuries and experience history first-hand. James C. Kathleen Alcott, America Was Hard to Find , Ecco in the wake of an affair, the lives of an astronaut and a radical are forever altered by the political fault lines of the s.
Sarah Blake, The Guest Book , Flatiron beginning in , novel looks at the racism and power that has been systemically embedded in the US for generations. Bart Casey, The Vavasour Macbeth , Post Hill blending fiction with little-known facts from history and research, novel ranges from the Elizabethan and Jacobean courts to modern-day England. Jennifer Chiaverini, Resistance Women , HarperCollins saga that brings to life one courageous, passionate American—Mildred Fish Harnack—and her circle of women friends who waged a clandestine battle against Hitler in Nazi Berlin.
Sally Cooper, With My Back to the World , James Street North stories of three women: Rudie, editing a documentary in Hamilton, ; artist Agnes Martin, who decides to begin painting again; and Ellen, a black woman burying her husband in on an Ontario homestead. Jocelyn Cullity, The Envy of Paradise , Inanna fictional account of four people who played key roles during the uprising in Lucknow, one of the most significant resistances to English rule in India.
Ann H. Gabhart, The Refuge , Revell story returns to the world of the Shakers in this exploration of the power of love and the bond of family. Victoria Hislop, Those Who Are Loved , Headline set against the backdrop of the German occupation of Greece, the subsequent civil war and a military dictatorship, all of which left deep scars.
A tale of the king who mastered the seas — Rajendra Cholai. William M. Kelley, A Different Drummer c. Carolyn Kirby, The Conviction of Cora Burns , Dzanc Books s Birmingham, England: a troubled young woman searches for her lost sister and the truth behind a grisly crime in this Victorian thriller. Jing-Jing Lee, How We Disappeared , Oneworld novel set in Singapore , about a woman who survived the Japanese occupation and a man who thought he had lost everything. Nadia Marks, Between the Orange Groves , Pan an old man decides to share his painful memories with his daughter, transporting her back to Cyprus and a family scandal.
Nadia Marks, The Island of Promises , Pan historical saga spanning decades in the lives of two families from different religions on the island of Cyprus. Tim Murphy, Correspondents , Grove spanning the 20th century, a multi period story of an Irish-Lebanese family whose life and family history mirrors the story of America. Sandra Newman, The Heavens , Granta time-slip novel- newly married Kate falls asleep in and wakes in London, as Emilia, the mistress of a nobleman.
Cheryl A. Michael Parker, Prairie Fever , Algonquin set in the s in Oklahoma, Prairie Fever follows the relationship of two young women who fall in love with the same man. Ralph Peters, Darkness at Chancellorsville , Forge a novel of Stonewall Jackson and one of the most dramatic battles in American history. Amanda Quick, Tightrope , Berkley California s — an ex-trapeze artist is caught up in the mysterious circumstances surrounding the onstage death of an inventor.
Saskia Sarginson, How It Ends , Piatkus within a year of arriving at an American airbase in Suffolk, the loving, law-abiding Delaney family is destroyed. Werner Sonne trans. Eugene Vodolazkin, trans. Hayden, Solovyov and Larionov , Oneworld journey through a momentous period of Russian history, interweaving story of two men of different backgrounds that asks whether we can really understand the present without first understanding the past.
Jo Walton, Lent , Tor re-imagining of Girolamo Savanarola who remade fifteenth-century Florence—in all its astonishing strangeness.
Susan White, Fear of Drowning , Acorn epic family saga set against the backdrop of two world wars, earthquakes, epidemics, prejudice, social injustice, greed and ambition. England during WW II follows the lives of three courageous women who work in a munitions factory.
Willem Anker, trans. Michiel Heyns, Red Dog: A Novel of the African Frontier , Pushkin set in 17th-c — an epic tale of Africa in a time before boundaries between cultures and peoples were fixed. Karen Barnett, Ever Faithful , Waterbrook romantic mystery about a man hiding the truth, braving the west to become something more—and the woman who must confront his deception. Amanda Barrett, My Dearest Dietrich , Kregel renowned theologian Dietrich Bonhoeffer is famous for his resistance to the Nazi regime and for his allegiance to God over government.
But what few realize is that the last years of his life also held a love story that rivals any romance novel. Andrew Caldecott, Rotherweird , Jo Fletcher Books twelve children, gifted far beyond their years, are banished by their Tudor queen to the town of Rotherweird. Clare Carson, The Canary Keeper , Head of Zeus London, a thriller involving murder and a quest to find killer who might be an Esquimaux with a female accomplice.
Catherine Chung, The Tenth Muse , Ecco novel about a trailblazing mathematician whose research unearths her own extraordinary family story and its roots in World War II. Sean Dietrich, Stars of Alabama , Thomas Nelson two Depression-era migrant workers find an abandoned baby in the woods and decide to care for the mysterious child.
Claire Evans, The Graves of Whitechapel , Sphere lawyer in turn-of-the-century London must find a man he got off a murder charge — and who seems to have killed again. Marcello Fois, trans. Adrian Goldsworthy, Brigantia , Head of Zeus third in Vindolanda military adventure series set in 2nd-C Roman Britain involves murder, tribal plotting against the empire, and Druids.
Deborah Hewitt , The Nightjar , Pan fantasy adventure set in an alternative London and infused with Finnish mythology. Caitlin Horrocks, The Vexations , Little, Brown debut novel about love, family, genius, and the madness of art, circling the life and times of French composer Erik Satie, set in early 20th-c Paris. Marjan Kamali, The Stationery Shop , Gallery Tehran — this novel explores devastating loss, reconciliation and the quirks of fate.
Richard Kirshenbaum, Rouge , St. Antoine Laurain, trans. Laura Madeleine, [untitled ], Transworld girls escapes from early 20th-c Tangier to Spain. Lena Manta, trans. Gail Holst-Warhaft , The Gold Letter , Amazon Crossing a discovery of old letters begins an intergenerational story of the unfulfilled loves of a mother and grandmother. Celeste O. Norfleet, One Night in Georgia , Amistad set in the summer of , a provocative novel of individual lives caught in the grips of violent history.
Laura Purcell, The Poison Thread , Penguin Victorian gothic horror tale about a young seamstress who claims her needle and thread have the power to kill. Matteo Righetto, Soul of the Border , Atria coming-of-age set in the late 19th-c; a daring young woman braves the wilds of the mountainous Austrian-Italian border in order to save her family. Rena Rossner, The Sisters of the Winter Wood , Redhook set in a remote village on the border of Moldova and Ukraine, a historical fantasy of magic and folklore and about sisterly love.
Susana Lopez Rubio, trans. Kathryn Scanlan, Aug 9 — Fog , MCD a collage of a life that might have been forgotten, reassembled from the pages of a water-stained diary. Dominic Smith, The Electric Hotel , Sarah Crichton novel traces the intertwined fates of a silent-film director and his muse. Carrie Turansky, No Ocean Too Wide , Multnomah inspired by true events of the poor children who were sent to Canada with promise of a better life, during the years of to Jennifer Weiner, Mrs. David Wharton, Finer Things , Sandstone the lives of a professional shoplifter and a young art student collide in London.
Roseanna M. Liza Wieland, Paris, 7 A. Elizabeth Byler Younts, The Bright Unknown , Thomas Nelson two young friends embark on a journey across s middle America in search of answers, a family, and a place to call home. Sara Aharoni, trans.
Yardenne Greenspan , The First Mrs Rothschild , Amazon Crossing 18th-c Frankfurt — passionate young lovers in a Jewish ghetto rise to become the foremost financial dynasty in the world. David Baldacci, One Good Deed , Macmillan , a young soldier arrives in Poca City, Oklahoma looking for a peaceful life after his wartime experiences. Andrea Bobotis, The Last List of Miss Judith Kratt , Sourcebooks Landmark a spinster unravels the complicated secrets of her family— interweaves the present with flashbacks to Ellin Carsta, trans.
Leah Fleming, In the Heart of the Garden , Head of Zeus story of an ancient garden transformed from a Saxon clearing, to a monastery, to a Tudor dwelling, to the present-day garden. Rachel Fordham, Yours Truly, Thomas , Revell a prairie romance; a young woman finds love and belonging when a letter bound for someone else finds its way into her hands. Lois H. Gresh, Sherlock Holmes vs. Cthulhu adventures. John J.
Inspirational romance. Inspired by true events. Talese debut novel following the lives of three groundbreaking women—cinema legends who lit up the twentieth century. Owen Matthews, Black Sun , Doubleday a chilling thriller set in in one of the most secretive locations in Soviet history. Pablo Medina, The Cuban Comedy , The Unnamed Press love story steeped in political satire, poetry, and touches of magical realism — background s Cuba.
Jean Moran, Tears of the Dragon , Head of Zeus epic saga full of intrigue, exotic locations, the horrors of war, and its aftermath. Gill Paul, The Lost Daughter , Headline multi-period journey through decades and across continents, of love, devastating loss and courage against all odds. First in historical trilogy. Laura L. Mary Ellen Taylor, Spring House , Montlake lives of two women, a century apart, converge in this enthralling novel of love, mystery, memories, and secrets.
Tjia, A Necessary Murder , Legend historical crime thriller where the twists and turns are as numerous and dark as the London streets which serve as their setting. Alternative history. Ludmila Ulitskaya, trans. Cassie Fancher, Street of Widows , Green Writers debut collection of stories of small town American women navigating grief and loss.
Carrie Hope Fletcher, When the Curtain Falls , Sphere multi-period theatre ghost story of unrequited love and revenge. Minrose Gwin, The Accidentals , Wm Morrow following the death of their mother, the McAlister daughters have to cope with ripple effect of this tragedy as they come of age in s Mississippi. Lisa Howorth, Summerlings , Doubleday a Cold War coming-of-age story in which three best friends confront their fears of the Bomb, Russian spies, girls, and their role in the tragic accident that ushers them into adulthood.
Aukland, Kuang, The Dragon Republic , Harper Voyageur fantasy combining the history of twentieth-century China with a gripping world of gods and monsters. Sequel to The Poppy War. Sarah Lark, trans. Kate Northrop , The Fire Blossom , Amazon Crossing family saga of two women in 19th-century New Zealand and their epic journey to survive in a world of their own making.
Lorac, Murder in the Mill-Race , PPP Chief Inspector Macdonald faces one of his most difficult cases in a village determined not to betray its dark secrets to a stranger. Alix Nathan, The Warlow Experiment , Doubleday historical novel about an 18th-c experiment in personal isolation that yields unexpected and shatteringly human results.
Until mid-October , when a theft sets off a crime wave. Mary Doria Russell, The Women of the Copper Country , Atria inspiring novel about Annie Clements—the courageous woman who started a rebellion by leading a strike against the largest copper mining company in the world. Bill Schutt, J. Lewis Shiner, Outside the Gates of Eden , Head of Zeus using the music business as a window into the history of half a century, this is both epic and intimate, realistic and ultimately hopeful. Stuart, Singapore Sapphire , Berkley Harriet Gordon stumbles into a murderous web of stolen gems and cutthroat thieves as she runs from her past in early 20th-century Singapore.
Olga Tokarczuk, illus. Jennifer Croft, Flights , Riverhead multi-period novel explores what it means to be a traveler, a wanderer, a body in motion not only through space but through time.
Martin Walser, trans. Jeffrey Archer, Nothing Ventured , St. RJ Baker, The Bone Ships , Orbit a crew of condemned criminals embarks on a suicide mission to hunt the first sea dragon seen in centuries in first book of this historical fantasy trilogy. James R. Jeffries and the Alms of the Angel , Berkley Victorian mystery series. Jessie Burton, The Confession , Picador story of three women and the complex connections they have shared across decades and continents.
Karen Campbell, The Sound of the Hours , Bloomsbury Circus wartime historical novel about love, loss, and conflict in an occupied Italian town. Jack Chambers, illus. Tracy Chevalier, A Single Thread , Viking — a woman is drawn into a society of women who embroider kneelers for the Cathedral, carrying on a centuries-long tradition of bringing comfort to worshippers. Ta-Nehisi Coates, The Water Dancer , One World a young slave with magical gifts enlists in the underground war between slavers and the enslaved. Sam Taylor, After the War , Europa multi-layered tale of vengeance and retribution set in s Bordeaux.
Jean-Baptiste Del Amo, trans. Frank Wynne, Animalia , Grove Press literary epic that retraces the history of a modest French peasant family over the 20th century as they develop their small plot of land into an industrial pig farm. Marente De Moor, trans. David Doherty, The Dutch Maiden , World Editions Germany, where Nazism is taking hold, a young Dutch girl, is sent to an embittered aristocrat to train as a fencer. Sara Donati, Where the Light Enters , Berkley epic about two trailblazing female doctors in nineteenth-century New York and the transformative power of bravery and love.
Marina Endicott, The Difference , Knopf Canada novel about two sisters who live aboard a merchant ship on a fateful voyage through the South Pacific in Anglo-Saxon Britain. Bernicia Chronicles VI. Alix E. Harrow, The Ten Thousand Doors of January , Redhook in the early s, a young woman searches for her place in the world after finding a mysterious book. Jane Kirkpatrick, One More River to Cross , Revell beset by storms, bad timing, and desperate decisions, 8 women, 17 children, and one man must outlast winter in the Sierra Nevada Mountains in Julia Kristeva, trans.
Ji-min Lee, The Starlet and the Spy , Harper Seoul, — portrayal of unexpected kinship between two very different women, and of the surprising connections that can change, or even save, a life. Suzanne Matson, Ultraviolet , Catapult novel about three generations of women set largely in the American West during much of the twentieth century. A gentlewoman flees an arranged marriage, a Scottish proctor returns to his monastery and a young ploughman is on his way to volunteer with a company of archers. All come together on the road to Calais. Beth Piatote, The Beadworkers , Counterpoint stories in the landscapes of the Native Northwest, exploring the inventive and unforgettable pattern of Native American life.
Tobias Roberts, The Revisionist , Dalkey Archive outlines the lives and tragedies of the psychiatrist Isaac Himmelfarb and his wife, Sarah, whose marriage is strained by the grief of a miscarriage. A woman lands on the Scottish coast from a German flying boat and goes to ground, hunted by British Intelligence. Elizabeth Speller, The Hedge of Thorns , Pegasus mysterious love story—set in the divided city of Berlin in —evoking post-war themes of loss, identity, and betrayal. Matteo Strukul, trans. Faith Sullivan, Ruby and Roland , Milkweed at a historical moment when young women are expected to be focused on courtship and marriage, the industrious Ruby looks to expand her horizons.
Stella Tillyard, The Great Level , Atria spanning several decades in 17th-c Great Britain and America — a love story exploring the power of nature versus man and man versus woman. Jen Turano, Diamond in the Rough , Bethany House as part of a bargain with her grandmother, Poppy Garrison accepts an unusual proposition to participate in the New York social season.
Jane Zinser, Fly Like a Bird , BQB Publishing a young girl of the s discovers her family and the people in her town are keeping secrets about the night a car crash killed her parents.
Mark Barr, Watershed , Hub City Press set in in rural Tennessee, with the construction of a monumental dam serving as background—story of characters whose ambitions and yearnings threaten to overflow the banks of their time and place. Pamela Bell, Christmas at Emmerdale , Trapeze August , and a terrible war begins, one that will affect the lives of everyone in the village of Beckindale. Gregory Benford, Rewrite: Loops in the Timescape , Saga Press a history professor travels back to and becomes a successful Hollywood screenwriter.
William Bennett, The Last Man at the Inn , Ensign Peak Simon, a spice merchant and a Jew without deeply felt religious beliefs, begins his lifelong journey as one of the first new Christians as his life intersects with Jesus. Raymond Benson, Blues in the Dark , Skyhorse a s and present-day Hollywood crime drama that tackles racism, sexism, and murder. Mireille Best, trans.