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Upcoming January Reads

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Start the new year off right with new books! You can look forward to these titles hitting our Library’s shelves this January. Please note that descriptions are taken from the publisher. 

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Anna O by Matthew Blake | January 2nd 

We spend an average of 33 years of our lives asleep. But what really happens, and what are we capable of, when we sleep? Anna Ogilvy was a budding twenty-five-year-old writer with a bright future. Then, one night, she stabbed two people to death with no apparent motive—and hasn’t woken up since. 

The Heiress by Rachel Hawkins | January 9th

New York Times bestselling author Rachel Hawkins returns with a twisted new gothic suspense about an infamous heiress and the complicated inheritance she left behind.

The Sunlit Man by Brandon Sanderson | January 2nd 

From #1 New York Times bestselling author Brandon Sanderson—creator of The Stormlight Archive, the Mistborn Saga, and countless best selling works of science fiction and fantasy—comes this standalone novel showing a rare glimpse of a future Cosmere universe.

Goodbye Girl by James Grippanado | January 9th 

A contentious intellectual piracy case leads to an unsolved murder, and Jack Swyteck’s client—a pop music icon—is the accused killer.

The Fury by Alex Michaelides | January 16th 

A masterfully paced thriller about a reclusive ex–movie star and her famous friends whose spontaneous trip to a private Greek island is upended by a murder — from the #1 New York Times bestselling author of The Silent Patient.

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The Friendship Club by Robyn Carr | January 23rd 

A brand-new novel from the #1 bestselling author of “Virgin River.” Four women come together at a tumultuous time in their lives, forging an unbreakable bond that will leave them all forever changed.

Diva by Daisy Goodwin | January 23rd 

New York Times bestselling author Daisy Goodwin returns with a story of the scandalous love affair between the most celebrated opera singer of all time and one of the richest men in the world. 

Front Sight by Stephen Hunter | January 23rd 

This collection of three interconnected novellas follows each generation of the iconic Swagger family—grandfather Charles, father Earl, and fan favorite hero Bob Lee—from New York Times bestselling author, Pulitzer Prize winner, and “true master at the pinnacle of his craft” (Jack Carr, #1 New York Times bestselling author) Stephen Hunter.

No One Can Know by Kate Alice Marshall | January 23rd 

The author of What Lies in the Woods returns with a novel about three sisters, two murders, and too many secrets to count.

Which of these titles are you looking forward to reading the most? We can’t wait to see you at the Library! 

-Jessica, Head of Adult Services & Acquisitions 

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