New July Fiction/Non-Fiction

New popular adult fiction & non-fiction coming out in July listed here!

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Acts of Violet : A Novel.

Acts of Violet : A Novel.

Montimore, Margarita.
2022

Iconic magician Violet Volk performed her greatest trick: vanishing mid-act. Though she hasn't been seen since, her hold on the public imagination is stronger than ever. As the ten-year anniversary approaches, Violet's sister Sasha begins to experience an unsettling series of sleepwalking episodes and coincidences, which all seem to lead back to Violet. Pushed to her emotional limits, Sasha must finally confront the most painful truths about her sister, and herself, even at the risk of losing everything. Author of "Oona Out of Order." Print run 150,000.

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Any Other Family

Any Other Family

Brown, Eleanor
2022


Aura of Night : A Krewe of Hunters Novel.

Aura of Night : A Krewe of Hunters Novel.

Graham, Heather.
2022

All book editor Megan Law wants is to bury the memory of her brutal kidnapping and move on with her life. But a mysterious, gruesome package arrives in the mail - a reminder that the nightmare isn't over just yet. FBI investigator Ragnar Johnson knows there's more to the recent Embracer killings, and he needs Megan's help. Just when things take a deadly turn, Megan and Ragnar discover a deep connection that they'll have to use, because something is trying to tear them apart - forever. Print run 10,000.

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Bookends : A Memoir of Love, Loss, and Literature.

Bookends : A Memoir of Love, Loss, and Literature.

Owens, Zibby.
2022

Zibby Owens was a prestigiously educated stay-at-home mom. Overwhelmed, maddeningly stressed, and quietly suffering after a series of devastating personal losses, she was losing what made her. Fortunately, there was an escape: books. Other people's stories were her empathetic companions. Books gave her meaning and the courage to follow her calling and tell her own story, with real-life plot twists she never saw coming, some tragic, some joyous, all transformative. This touching memoir will encourage readers to grab a good book, feel less alone, and rediscover their own voices.

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Brother Alive : A Novel.

Brother Alive : A Novel.

Khalid, Zain.
2022

In 1990, three boys are born, unrelated but intertwined by circumstance: Dayo is of Nigerian origin, Iseul is Korean, and Youssef indeterminately Middle Eastern, but they are so close as to be almost inseparable. The boys' adoptive father's path takes him back to Saudi Arabia, where the boys will be forced to follow. There they will be captivated by an opulent, almost futuristic world, a linear city that seems to offer a more sustainable modernity than that of the West, and will find traces of their parents' stories.

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Calling for a Blanket Dance : A Novel.

Calling for a Blanket Dance : A Novel.

Hokeah, Oscar.
2022

Told in a series of voices, this novel takes us into the life of Ever Geimausaddle through the multigenerational perspectives of his family as they face myriad obstacles including the constant resettlement of the family, and the legacy of centuries of injustice all intensify Ever's bottled-up rage. Once an adult, Ever must take the strength given to him by his relatives to save not only himself but also the next generation of family. Print run 30,000.

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Embers on the Wind : A Novel.

Embers on the Wind : A Novel.

Rosenberg, Lisa Williamson.
2022

In 1850 in Massachusetts, Whittaker House stood as a stop on the Underground Railroad. Now a fashionably distressed vacation rental in the Berkshires, Whittaker House draws seekers of another kind: Black women who only appear to be free. For each of them, true liberation can come only from uncovering their connection to history - and to the spirits awaiting peace and redemption within the walls of Whittaker House.

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Honey and Spice : A Novel.

Honey and Spice : A Novel.

Babalola, Bolu.
2022

An expert in relationship-evasion and the host of the popular student radio show, Brown Sugar, Kiki Banjo has made it her mission to make sure the women of the Afro-Caribbean Society at Whitewell University do not fall into the mess of "situationships," players, and heartbreak. But when Kiki kisses Malakai Korede, the guy she publicly denounced in front of every Blackwellian on campus, she finds her show and her reputation on the brink. Kiki has never surrendered her heart before and a player like Malakai, no matter how charming he is or how incredible their connection is, won't be the one to change that. Print run 100,000.

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Keya Das's Second Act : A Novel.

Keya Das's Second Act : A Novel.

Deb, Sopan.
2022

In his fifties, Shantanu Das lives each day with the regret that he didn't accept his teenaged daughter Keya after she came out as gay. As the anniversary of Keya's death approaches, Shantanu realizes it's finally time to move on. This is when Shantanu discovers a tucked-away box in the attic that could change everything. Set in the vibrant world of Bengalis in the New Jersey suburbs, a story of redemption and righting the wrongs of the past, this novel is a warmly drawn homage to family, creativity, and second chances. Print run 60,000.

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The Light We Give : How Sikh Wisdom Can Transform Your Life.

The Light We Give : How Sikh Wisdom Can Transform Your Life.

Singh, Simran Jeet.
2022

Simran Jeet Singh - writer, educator, and human rights activist - shares a powerful approach to living a purposeful and rewarding life. Singh draws from Sikh teachings to seek out the good in every situation and find positive ways to direct his energy. This book speaks to those who are inspired to take on positive change but don't know where to begin. Part memoir, part spiritual journey, this is a transformative book of hope that shows how each of us can turn away from fear and uncertainty and move toward renewal and positive change. Print run 45,000.

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One Good Thing

One Good Thing

Potter, Alexandra
2022