One Perfect Couple - Ruth Ware (Scout Press)

Ruth Ware’s latest novel features a competitive reality show set on a deserted island where couples compete for a cash prize. Everyone is already on edge after the first challenge and tensions only rise after a storm hits the island leaving them all stranded.

Always Anthony - Terry Libenson (Harper)

#8 in the Emmie and Friends series, a bullying incident is told from two alternating points of view.

Long Island - Colm Toibin (Scribner)

Secrecy, misunderstanding and love for Eilis Lacey, the complex heroine of Toibin’s Brooklyn.

The Postcard - Anne Berest (Europa Editions)

For the first time in paperback, this multigenerational saga inspired by the author’s own life follows a Jewish family whose life has been upended by WWII. Decades later a mysterious postcard reveals a hidden history that will help her reconnect with her heritage.

Death Valley - Melkissa Broder (Simon & Schuster)

Magical realism with a female protagonist and a mysterious, towering cactus.

The Summer We Crossed Europe in the Rain: Lyrics for Stacey Kent - Kazuo Ishiguro (Knopf)

A beautifully illustrated volume of lyrics for sixteen songs written for jazz singer Stacey Kent from a Nobel Prize winning author; the poetic synthesis of literary and musical worlds.

Shakespeare for Every Night of the Year - Colin Salter (Batsford)

Your illustrated guide to Shakespeare on a nightly basis. A beautifully made cornucopia of plays and sonnets in small extracts for meditation before slumber.

Happy Place by Emily Henry (Berkley)

New in paperback; a week in a Maine cottage repairs a possibly flawed relationship and offers hope of a second-chance romance.

Until August by Gabriel Garcia Marquez (Knopf)

A recently discovered and posthumously published tale from a Nobel Prize winning author about female desire set in the sultry Caribbean.

Pineapple Street by Jenny Jackson (Penquin)

A debut novel new in paperback presenting an entertaining new (contemporary)  Gilded Age family drama set in Brooklyn Heights.