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Upcoming February Reads

Are you looking for some new books to add to your to-read list this February? Mark your calendars for these books set to be released this month. Note: Descriptions are taken from the publisher. 

Someone Else’s Shoes by Jojo Moyes | February 7 

A story of mix-ups, mess-ups and making the most of second chances, this is the new novel from #1 New York Times bestselling author Jojo Moyes, author of Me Before You and The Giver of Stars. Who are you when you are forced to walk in someone else’s shoes?

Code Name Sapphire by Pam Jenoff | February 7 

A woman must rescue her cousin’s family from a train bound for Auschwitz in this riveting tale of bravery and resistance, from the bestselling author of The Lost Girls of Paris.

More Than Meets the Eye by Iris and Roy Johansen | February 7 

New York Times bestselling authors Iris Johansen and Roy Johansen team up for another electrifying thriller that pits a serial killer against Kendra Michaels’ heightened powers of deduction.

Unnatural History by Jonathan Kellerman | February 7 

The most enduring detectives in American crime fiction are back in this electrifying thriller of art and brutality from the #1 New York Times bestselling master of suspense.

The Porcelain Moon by Janie Chang | February 21

From the critically acclaimed author of The Library of Legends comes a vividly rendered novel set in WWI France about two young women—one Chinese, one French—whose lives intersect with unexpected, potentially dangerous consequences.

Things We Hide from the Light by Lucy Score | February 21 

New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Lucy Score returns to Knockemout, Virginia, following fan-favorite Things We Never Got Over with Knox’s brother Nash’s story.

Your Driver is Waiting by Priya Guns | February 28

In this electrifyingly fierce and funny social satire—a gender-flipped reboot of the iconic 1970s film Taxi Driver—a ride share driver is barely holding it together on the hunt for love, dignity, and financial security…until she decides she’s done waiting.

Stars in an Italian Sky by Jill Santopolo | February 28 

From the New York Times bestselling author of The Light We Lost comes a sweeping story of two star-crossed lovers in post-World War II Italy, and a blossoming relationship generations later that will reveal a long-buried family secret.

Comment below with what you are looking forward to reading the most this month. 

Happy Reading!

-Jessica, Head of Adult Services & Acquisitions 

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