Colum McCann (fiction, Random House)
From the bestselling creator of “Let the Great World Spin” comes this novel about two fathers: one Palestinian, one Israeli. When each of their daughters are killed — one by a rubber bullet, the different in a suicide bombing — the fathers come collectively of their shared grief.
The Antidote for Everything
Kimmery Martin (fiction, Berkley)
Georgia Brown is a urologist, her good friend Jonah a household medication physician at the identical hospital. When the hospital orders its medical doctors to cease treating transgender sufferers, Jonah makes a stand and is fired — and Georgia decides to battle alongside him.
Oona Out of Order
Margarita Montimore (fiction, Flatiron)
On New Year’s Eve 1982, Oona is nearly to show 19, her entire life forward of her. But then she wakes up and she or he’s … 51 and questioning what the hell simply occurred. As she grapples with this unusual new world, she discovers it’s going to occur each New Year’s Eve: She’ll be transported to a unique yr in her life.
Teddy Wayne (fiction, Bloomsbury)
In mid-90s New York, the narrator of “Apartment” is attending an MFA program and subletting a rent-stabilized house. He gives the spare bed room to a classmate from the Midwest who’s struggling simply to get by. The two males come from very completely different backgrounds, however an in depth friendship kinds.
One Minute Out (Gray Man Book 9)
Mark Greaney (fiction, Berkley)
A high-stakes thriller a couple of human-trafficking ring that stretches from the Balkans all the solution to Hollywood. When Court Gentry tries to close it down, his CIA handlers produce other plans: The prison ringleader has details about a terrorist assault on American soil, and nothing will occur till the CIA has that intel.
Anna K: A Love Story
Jenny Lee (fiction, Flatiron Books)
The 17-year-old Anna K. is at the prime of the Manhattan private-school pecking order. While her associates wrestle by way of the extraordinary teenage pitfalls, she at all times appears above it. That is, till she meets Alexia “Count” Vronsky one fateful night time at Grand Central. A recent, enjoyable spin on the Leo Tolstoy traditional “Anna Karenina.”