The tea girl of Hummingbird Lane : a novel / Lisa See.
"The Tea Girl of Hummingbird Lane" by Lisa See is about a young woman named Li-yan, a member of the Akha tribe in China, whose life is changed when a stranger drives to her village in search of a rare tea. Release date: March 21, 2017.
Autumn / Ali Smith.
Ali Smith, author of the Man Booker finalist, "How to Be Both," returns with "Autumn," the first book of a four-part seasonal Quartet. "Autumn" reflects on the consequences of Brexit. Release date: February 7, 2017.
Pachinko / Min Jin Lee.
"Pachinko" is the latest by Min Jin Lee, author of "Free Food for Millionaires." The story follows one Korean family through the generations, starting in early 20th-century Korea. Release date: February 7, 2017.
A separation / Katie Kitamura.
"A Separation" by Katie Kitamura is being billed as the "Gone Girl of 2017." A young woman agrees to a separation from her faithless husband and finds out shortly thereafter that he has mysteriously gone missing. Release date: February 7, 2017.
A book of American martyrs / Joyce Carol Oates.
In "A Book of American Martyrs" an evangelical man murders an abortion doctor. Joyce Carol Oates writes about the effects of this action on both of the grieving families in a compassionate way. Release date: February 7, 2017.
Lincoln in the bardo : a novel / George Saunders.
George Saunders is well-acclaimed for his numerous short story collections, so his first novel "Lincoln in the Bardo" is a much-anticipated release. The historical fiction novel focuses on President Lincoln after the death of his young son Willie. Willie finds himself in a strange in-between state between heaven and earth, called "the bardo." Release date: February 14, 2017.
The refugees / Viet Thanh Nguyen.
Viet Thanh Nyguyen, the 2016 Pulitzer Prize-winning author of "The Sympathizer," is back with a timely collection of short stories entitled "The Refugees." Release date: February 7, 2017.
Norse mythology / Neil Gaiman.
In his latest, "Norse Mythology," Neil Gaiman breathes new life into the ancient Norse myths by retelling the stories of Odin, Thor, and Loki in his signature witty style. Release date: February 7, 2017.
The visiting privilege : new and collected stories / Joy Williams.
"The Visiting Privilege" is Joy Williams first collection in over 10 years. This anthology combines 33 of her classics with 12 newly published works. Joy Williams is one of the most renowned short story writers out there, and this anthology is both a great introduction to her work and a treat for existing fans. Release date: September 8, 2015.
"This Is Your Life, Harriet Chance!" is the latest form author Jonathan Evison. Harriet Chance embarks on a cruise to Alaska after the death of her husband. Between imagining her dead husband and running into her estranged daughter on the boat, Harriet is forced to deal head on with events from her life that she has repressed. Release date: September 15, 2015.
Above the waterfall : a novel / Ron Rash.
Ron Rash, author of the bestseller "Serena," has a new novel entitled "Above the Waterfall." The book takes place in modern-day Appalachia, and follows two characters, Becky and Les. Becky is a park ranger and Les is a sheriff who are brought together to solve the mystery of a poisoned trout stream. Release date: September 8, 2015.
Fear of dying / Erica Jong.
Erica Jong, author of the groundbreaking novel "Fear of Flying," follows up with "Fear of Dying." "Fear of Flying" was a novel for young women, and 'Fear of Dying" is the novel for when those women grow up. The main character, Vanessa, is facing aging parents, a sick husband, and a pregnant daughter. Could zipless.com, a site started by her best friend Isadora Wing, help her to shake up her restless life? Release date: September 8, 2015.
Fates and furies / Lauren Groff.
Lauren Groff, author of the bestseller "Arcadia" has just released "Fates and Furies." The book follows the marriage of a golden couple, Mathilde and Lotto, over a 24-year span. The story is told from both of their perspectives, so the reader is privy to both sides of their story. Release date: September 15, 2015.
Two years eight months and twenty-eight nights : a novel / Salman Rushdie.
The latest from Salman Rushdie, author of "The Satanic Verses," is "Two Years Eight Months and Twenty-Eight Nights." Rushdie mixes Eastern mythology with current pop culture into his satirical novel that takes place in modern-day New York City. Release date: September 8, 2015.
You too can have a body like mine : a novel / Alexandra Kleeman.
"You Too Can Have a Body Like Mine" is the debut novel from Alexandra Kleeman. The plot revolves around three characters, who are known to the reader as A, B, and C. A lives in an American City with her roommate B and her boyfriend C, who convinces her to join him on a reality TV show. The novel is a satirical look at our society's unhealthy obsession with body image in the vein of Don Delillo's "White Noise." Release date: August 25, 2015.