Wednesday, July 13, 2016

Whats New at Penguin Publishing: New Releases for July (16)

 
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New Releases | Best Sellers | Authors | Series
 
Fiction
 
Chance Developments
 
Chance Developments
Alexander McCall Smith
 
How to Set a Fire and Why
 
How to Set a Fire and Why
Jesse Ball
 
A Hundred Thousand Worlds
 
A Hundred Thousand Worlds
Bob Proehl
 
City on Fire
 
City on Fire
Garth Risk Hallberg
 
 
 
Women's Fiction
 
Siracusa
 
Siracusa
Delia Ephron
 
Nine Women, One Dress
 
Nine Women, One Dress
Jane L. Rosen
 
Falling
 
Falling
Jane Green
 
The Light of Paris
 
The Light of Paris
Eleanor Brown
 
 
 
Mystery & Suspense
 
Guilty Minds
 
Guilty Minds
Joseph Finder
 
The Innocents
 
The Innocents
Ace Atkins
 
White Bone
 
White Bone
Ridley Pearson
 
Dr. Knox
 
Dr. Knox
Peter Spiegelman
 
 
 
Fantasy
 
The Waking Fire
 
The Waking Fire
Anthony Ryan
 
Two Years Eight Months and Twenty-Eight Nights
 
Two Years Eight Months and Twenty-Eight Nights
Salman Rushdie
 
Deceptions
 
Deceptions
Kelley Armstrong
 
Red Queen
 
Red Queen
Christina Henry
 
 
 
Romance
 
Jonathan Unleashed
 
Jonathan Unleashed
Meg Rosoff
 
The House at the Edge of Night
 
The House at the Edge of Night
Catherine Banner
 
Hottest Mess
 
Hottest Mess
J. Kenner
 
Unforgiven
 
Unforgiven
Mary Balogh
 
 
 
Science Fiction
 
Life Debt: Aftermath (Star Wars)
 
Life Debt: Aftermath (Star Wars)
Chuck Wendig
 
The Big Book of Science Fiction
 
The Big Book of Science Fiction
Edited by Ann and Jeff VanderMeer
 
League of Dragons
 
League of Dragons
Naomi Novik
 
Bounty
 
Bounty
Michael Byrnes
 
 
 
History
 
The Boys in the Boat
 
The Boys in the Boat
Daniel James Brown
 
Bobby Kennedy
 
Bobby Kennedy
Larry Tye
 
Miami and the Siege of Chicago
 
Miami and the Siege of Chicago
Norman Mailer
 
The Return
 
The Return
Hisham Matar
 
 
 
Biography & Memoir
 
They Left Us Everything
 
They Left Us Everything
Plum Johnson
 
Housebroken
 
Housebroken
Laurie Notaro
 
The War at Home
 
The War at Home
Rachel Starnes
 
Find a Way
 
Find a Way
Diana Nyad
 
 
 

 

Beaks and Geeks Podcast: Chuck Klosterman and his editor on John Philip Sousa, Phantom Time, and more
 
Chuck Klosterman and his long-time editor, Brant Rumble talk with Amy about the future, Moby Dick, high-school level physics, serial killers and much more. LISTEN NOW »
 
 
 
Nonfiction
 
Who Shot Sports
 
Who Shot Sports
Gail Buckland
 
Almighty
 
Almighty
Dan Zak
 
The Human Superorganism
 
The Human Superorganism
Rodney Dietert, PhD
 
How to Be a Person in the World
 
How to Be a Person in the World
Heather Havrilesky
 
 
 
Young Adult
 
How to Hang a Witch
 
How to Hang a Witch
Adriana Mather
 
Paper and Fire
 
Paper and Fire
Rachel Caine
 
Signs of You
 
Signs of You
Emily France
 
No Such Person
 
No Such Person
Caroline B. Cooney
 
 
 
Children's Books
 
Night of the Ninth Dragon
 
Night of the Ninth Dragon
Mary Pope Osborne
 
Freckleface Strawberry and the Really Big Voice
 
Freckleface Strawberry and the Really Big Voice
Julianne Moore
 
Little One Step
 
Little One Step
Simon James
 
Ready, Set, Preschool!
 
Ready, Set, Preschool!
Anna Jane Hays
 
 
 
Mind Body Spirit
 
Think and Grow Rich: The Classic Edition
 
Think and Grow Rich: The Classic Edition
Napoleon Hill
 
The Fangirl Life
 
The Fangirl Life
Kathleen Smith
 
No-Drama Discipline
 
No-Drama Discipline
Daniel J. Siegel, M.D., and Tina Payne Bryson, Ph.D.
 
The Little Book of Healthy Beauty
 
The Little Book of Healthy Beauty
Pina LoGiudice, ND, LAc
 
 
 
Humor
 
Party of One
 

 

Party of One
By Dave Holmes
 
From former MTV VJ Dave Holmes, the hilarious memoir of a perpetual outsider fumbling towards self-acceptance, with the music of the '80s, '90s, and today as his soundtrack.
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Poetry
 
Yevgeny Onegin
 

 

Yevgeny Onegin
By Alexander Pushkin
 
The aristocratic Yevgeny Onegin has come into his inheritance, leaving the glamour of St Petersburg's social life behind to take up residence at his uncle's country estate. Master of the nonchalant bow, and proof of the fact that we shine despite our lack of education, the aristocratic Onegin is the very model of a social butterfly - a fickle dandy, liked by all for his wit and easy ways. When the shy and passionate Tatyana falls in love with him, Onegin condescendingly rejects her, and instead carelessly diverts himself by flirting with her sister, Olga - with terrible consequences.
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Best Sellers
 
Magic
 
Magic
Danielle Steel
 
Guilty Minds
 
Guilty Minds
Joseph Finder
 
Killer Look
 
Killer Look
Linda Fairstein
 
First Comes Love
 
First Comes Love
 
 
 
 
 

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