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February 2024 Upcoming Reads

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February 2024 Upcoming Reads

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We are looking forward to new books hitting our library’s shelves this month. Below is a list of what title you can look forward to borrowing this February. Please note that descriptions are taken from the publisher. 

last night

Last Night by Luanne Rice | February 1st 

From the Amazon Charts and New York Times bestselling author of The Shadow Box and Last Day comes a breathtaking thriller about a family shaken by lies, vengeance, and a cold-blooded crime.

Fourteen Days by Margaret Atwood | February 6th 

Set in a Lower East Side tenement in the early days of the COVID-19 lockdowns, Fourteen Days is a surprising and irresistibly propulsive novel with an unusual twist: each character in this diverse, eccentric cast of New York neighbors has been secretly written by a different, major literary voice—from Margaret Atwood and Douglas Preston to Tommy Orange and Celeste Ng.

The Women by Kristin Hannah | February 6th 

From the celebrated author of The Nightingale and The Four Winds comes Kristin Hannah’s The Women—at once an intimate portrait of coming of age in a dangerous time and an epic tale of a nation divided.

A Love Song for Ricki Wilde by Tia Williams | February 6th 

In this enchanting love story from the New York Times bestselling author of Seven Days in June, a free-spirited florist and an enigmatic musician are irreversibly linked through the history, art, and magic of Harlem.

lanterns dance

The Lantern’s Dance by Laurie King | February 13th

Mary Russell and Sherlock Holmes, hoping for a respite in the French countryside, are instead caught up in a case that turns both bewildering and intensely personal.

The Summer Book Club by Susan Mallery | February 13th 

The rules of summer book club are simple: No sad books, No pressure, Yessssss, wine!

End of Story by AJ Finn | February 20th 

I’ll be dead in three months. Come tell my story.” So writes Sebastian Trapp, reclusive mystery novelist, to his longtime correspondent Nicky Hunter, an expert in detective fiction. With mere months to live, Trapp invites Nicky to his spectacular San Francisco mansion to help draft his life story . . .

After Annie by Anna Quindelen | February 27th 

Anna Quindlen’s trademark wisdom on family, friendship, and the ties that bind us are at the center of this novel about the power of love to transcend loss and triumph over adversity, by the #1 New York Times bestselling author of Still Life with Bread Crumbs and One True Thing.

We hope to see you at the library soon! 

-Jessica, Head of Adult Services & Acquisitions

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