Adult Nonfiction Coming Soon

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Adult Fiction Coming Soon
Adult Bestsellers Coming Soon

Hoffman, David E.


From the Pulitzer Prize–winning Washington Post reporter David E. Hoffman comes the riveting biography of Oswaldo Payá, a dissident who dared to defy Fidel Castro, inspiring thousands of Cubans to fight for democracy.

Seymour, Miranda


An intimate, profoundly moving biography of Jean Rhys, acclaimed author of Wide Sargasso Sea.

Zeihan, Peter


In this eye-opening, counterintutitive book, economics guru and geopolitical strategist Peter Zeihan predicts the coming breakdown of globalization and identifies who will benefit and who will lose.

Khajuria, Sachin


The first true insider’s account of private equity, revealing how the world’s most aggressive and successful financial animals spot opportunities and win deals, and the mindset it takes to thrive in this high-stakes, rapidly evolving and often misunderstood field.

Osmundson, Joseph


Named a Most Anticipated Book of 2022 by Literary Hub

A leading microbiologist tackles the scientific and sociopolitical impact of viruses in twelve striking essays.

Horn, Lars


Winner of the Graywolf Press Nonfiction Prize, a lyric essay on transmasculinity and the oceanic world.

Smith, Michael


The true story of the Holland America cruise ship Zaandam, which set sail with a deadly and little-understood stowaway—COVID-19—days before the world shut down in March 2020. This riveting narrative thriller takes readers behind the scenes with passengers and crew who were caught unprepared for the deadly ordeal that lay ahead.

Li, Zhuqing


Sisters separated by war forge new identities as they are forced to choose between family, nation, and their own independence.

Fitzharris, Lindsey


The author of The Butchering Art returns with a real-life wartime medical thriller.

Wilde Anderson, Michelle


A sweeping and authoritative study of wealth inequality and the dismantling of local government in four working-class cities across the US that passionately argues for reinvestment in people-centered leadership.

Browder, Bill, 1964- author.


Following his explosive New York Times bestseller Red Notice, Bill Browder returns with another gripping thriller chronicling how he became Vladimir Putin’s number one enemy by exposing Putin’s campaign to steal and launder hundreds of billions of dollars and kill anyone who stands in his way.

Alford, Terry


The story of Abraham Lincoln as it has never been told before: through the strange, even otherworldly, points of contact between his family and that of the man who killed him, John Wilkes Booth.

Clague, Mark


The fascinating story of America's national anthem and an examination of its powerful meaning today.

Mazzeo, Tilar J.


In a tale as twisted as any spy thriller, discover how three women delivered critical evidence of Axis war crimes to Allied forces during World War II: “A tantalizingly novelistic history lesson" (Kirkus).

Loynd, Michael


The feel-good underdog story of “one of the most fascinating people not only in the sport of swimming but in all of athletics” (Olympic gold medalist Rowdy Gaines): the first American swimmer to win Olympic gold, set against the turbulent rebirth of the modern Games—for fans of The Boys in the Boat and Seabiscuit

Gayle, Caleb


A landmark work of Black and Native American history that reconfigures our understanding of identity, race, and belonging and the inspiring ways marginalized people have pushed to redefine their world.

Hawatmeh, Christina


Selection of photographs and stories from the Scopio online stock photography agency.

Moran, Eloise


Through a rich and beautiful series of images, British fashion journalist and @LadyDiRevengeLooks Instagrammer Eloise Moran decodes Princess Di’s outfits, in a smart, visual psychobiography of an icon.

Okporo, Edafe


A poignant, moving memoir and urgent call to action for immigration justice by a Nigerian asylee and global gay rights and immigration activist Edafe Okporo.

Bond, Melissa


Brain on Fire meets High Achiever in this visceral, propulsive memoir detailing a woman’s accidental descent into prescription benzodiazepine dependence and the life-threatening impacts of the drugs’ long-term use.

Brorby, Taylor


From a young, gay environmentalist, a searing coming-of-age memoir set against the arid landscape of rural North Dakota, where homosexuality "seems akin to a ticking bomb."

Blakinger, Keri


An electric memoir about a woman's journey—from the ice rink, to addiction and a prison sentence, to the newsroom—and how she emerged with a fierce determination to expose the broken system she experienced.

Hemingway, Ernest


An intimate and illuminating glimpse at Ernest Hemingway as a father, revealed through a selection of letters he and his son Patrick exchanged over the span of twenty years.

Dacres, Sutanya


From podcast host Sutanya Dacres comes Dinner for One, an unforgettable memoir of how she rebuilt her life after her American-in-Paris fairytale shattered, starting with cooking dinner for herself in her Montmartre kitchen--pitched as Julie & Julia for our times.

Hill, Grant


The full, frank story of a remarkable life's journey-to the pinnacle of success as a basketball player, icon, and entrepreneur, to the depths of personal trauma and back, to a place of flourishing and peace-made possible above all by a family's love

Patterson, James


How did a kid whose dad lived in the poorhouse become the most successful storyteller in the world?

Pipher, Mary


From the bestselling author of Women Rowing North and Reviving Ophelia--a memoir in essays reflecting on radiance, resilience, and the constantly changing nature of reality.

Ayers, Nabil


A memoir about one man's journey to connect with his absentee musician father, ultimately redefining what family really means

Gaydos, Ellyn


This captivating memoir is a “startling testimony to the glories and sorrows of raising and harvesting plants and animals” (Anthony Doerr, best-selling author of All the Light We Cannot See), as an itinerant farmhand chronicles the wonders hidden within the ever-blooming seasons of life, death, and rebirth.

Gessen, Keith



An unsparing, loving account of fatherhood and the surprising, magical, and maddening first five years of a son’s life

Tur, Katy


From MSNBC anchor and New York Times bestselling author Katy Tur, a shocking and deeply personal memoir about a life spent chasing the news.

McGrath, Charles


Alive with the intoxicating magic of summer in New England, former editor of the New York Times Book Review Charles McGrath’s evocative memoir looks back at that sun-soaked season, at family, youth, and a singular bond made at a time when he thought he was beyond making friends.

Warnock, Raphael G.


On the heels of his historic election to the United States Senate, Raphael G. Warnock shares his remarkable spiritual and personal journey

Seabrook, Nick


A redistricting crisis is now upon us. This surprising, compelling book tells the history of how we got to this moment—from the Founding Fathers to today’s high-tech manipulation of election districts—and shows us as well how to protect our most sacred, hard-fought principle of one person, one vote. Here is THE book on gerrymandering for citizens, politicians, journalists, activists, and voters.

Randall, David K.


A gripping narrative of a fearless paleontologist, the founding of America's most loved museums, and the race to find the largest dinosaurs on record.

Montgomery, David R.


A call to action that underscores why the roots of good health start with how we farm.

Brown, Gregory Scott

Self Help

A leading psychiatrist offers an empowering new perspective on psychological wellness, providing accessible and evidence-based lifestyle interventions that can help you improve your mental health and revitalize your life.

Christian, David

Social Science

The New York Times bestselling author of Origin Story turns his attention to the future of humanity — and how we think about it — in this ambitious, interdisciplinary book.

Stephens, Jessie

Social Science

Weaving together three true stories, Jessie Stephens captures the painful but wholeheartedly universal experience of heartbreak. Deeply relatable, addictive to the very last page, and powerfully human, Heartsick reminds us that emotional pain can make us as it breaks us, and that storytelling has the ultimate healing power

Kendi, Ibram X.

Social Science

The book that every parent, caregiver, and teacher needs to raise the next generation of antiracist thinkers, from the #1 New York Times bestselling author of How to Be an Antiracist

Hawthorne, Britt

Social Science

A must-have guide to raising inclusive, antiracist children from educator and advocate, Britt Hawthorne.

Venkatesh, Sudhir

Social Science

A New York Times bestselling author’s gripping account of a Chicago community coming together to save a group of teenagers from gun violence.

Villarosa, Linda

Social Science

The first book to tell the full story of race and health in America today, showing the toll racism takes on individuals and the health of our nation, by a groundbreaking journalist at the New York Times Magazine

Nabongo, Jessica


In this inspiring travelogue, celebrated traveler and photographer Jessica Nabongo—the first Black woman on record to visit all 195 countries in the world—shares her journey around the globe with fascinating stories of adventure, culture, travel musts, and human connections.

Denton, Sally

True Crime

An investigation into the November, 2019 killings of nine women and children in Northern Mexico--an event that drew international attention--The Colony examines the strange, little-understood world of a polygamist Mormon outpost.

Keefe, Patrick Radden

True Crime

From the prize-winning, New York Times bestselling author of Empire of Pain and Say Nothing—and one of the most decorated journalists of our time—twelve enthralling stories of skulduggery and intrigue

Blum, Howard

True Crime

A retired spy gets back into the game to solve a perplexing case—and reconcile with his daughter, a CIA officer who married into the very family that derailed his own CIA career—in this compulsive true-life tale of vindication and redemption, filled with drama, intrigue, and mystery from the New York Times bestselling author of The Last Goodnight. It’s a real-life thriller whose stunning conclusion will make headline news.

Bourgon, Lyndsie

True Crime

A gripping account of the billion-dollar timber black market—and how it intersects with environmentalism, class, and culture.

Addison, Corban

True Crime

The virtually unknown story of a thrilling courtroom showdown, and the handful of crusading lawyers and neighbors who took on one of Big Ag’s largest monopolies.

Kimmerle, Erin

True Crime

Forensic anthropologist Erin Kimmerle explores the legacy of the notorious Dozier Boys School—the true story behind the Pulitzer Prize–winning novel The Nickel Boys—and the contentious process to exhume the graves of the boys buried there in order to reunite them with their families.