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18 New Releases You May Have Missed

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We are always looking for new and exciting reads, art books and under the radar authors to help you diversify your bookshelf. Here, we have 18 new releases you may have missed this month, including new books by some of your favorite bestselling authors like Danielle Steel and Lisa Genova. Drama, literary fiction, mystery, cooking and crime are just a few of the genres covered here. Rather than take our word for it, see for yourself; below you will find a preview for each book and one-click easy ordering via Amazon. These newbies (especially the cookbooks) are great for the upcoming holiday weekend! Every Note Played: A Novel (Gallery/Scout Press), Lisa Genova Duel to the Death: An Ali Reynolds Mystery…

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Suspense, Romance, Cooking and More: The Best New Releases of the Week

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January is coming to a end, but that only means the new releases are picking up. To keep you company for the rest of the month, we have a list of the very best new releases from this week. Danielle Steel’s new book is out, and for all of us who may swear just a bit too much, Emma Byrne reveals the science of why it may actually be good for you! From the latest literary fiction and the best new cookbooks, to the best romance and suspense, here is the list of new releases from this week: 12 Rules For Life: An Antidote to Chaos, Jordan B. Peterson Fall from Grace, Danielle Steel Swearing is Good for You: The Amazing Science of Bad…

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20 New Book Releases of The Week: Cookbooks, Suspense, Poetry and More

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December begins on Friday and if you haven’t begun shopping already for the holidays, then you have been thinking about it. For the next few weeks, we will be super-sizing the list of new releases to help you in your shopping quest for the perfect holiday gifts for book lovers. This week, we have books by cherished authors Danielle Steele, Tom Clancy, and Michel Crichton; the new addition to the Fifty Shades trilogy; internet phenomenon Rudy Francisco’s book of poetry; the journal of Vladimir Nabokov, published for the very first time; books on art; a memoir on Bob Dylan’s gospel years; and a few good cookbooks (because what’s better than curling up with your favorite holiday eats and a new book?).…

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Dan Brown’s Origin and New October Releases from the Biggest Names in Books

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Dan Brown’s new book Origin is among the biggest names in literature that have returned with new books sure to spice up your October.  Bestselling authors in every genre have something new to offer this month.  Here are 10 books you can’t afford to miss in what Vox calls “prestige book season”: Origin, Dan Brown (October 3, 2017) The author of The Da Vinci Code returns with a new Robert Langdon book. This time Langdon is at the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao in Spain, for the unveiling of a major scientific breakthrough by one of his former students. But when things go terribly wrong, Langdon finds himself on another quest filled with symbols, puzzles and clues that only a mind as…

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Sizzling Summer Reads: Book Trib’s Top 10 for August

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Summer is in high gear, which means that the sun is bright and the days are sweltering. We’re mostly hiding in the air conditioning lately, devouring book after book and clamoring for some great new reads. We’re in luck as August is packed with new releases that we can’t wait to get our hands on, from long awaited sequels to new reads from our favorite powerhouse authors. Here are the top ten books of August that are helping us beat the heat: Y is for Yesterday, Sue Grafton (Marian Wood Books/Putnam, August 22, 2017) Grafton is almost at the end of her coveted alphabet-themed series about private investigator Kinsey Millhone. In her latest adventure, Kinsey is dealing with a 10-year-old…

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The 5 Most Captivating Books of the Summer by (and about!) Women

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From thrillers to romance, there are so many amazing books coming out this summer – and a ton of them just happen to be written by women. We’re not surprised. With Wonder Woman dominating theaters, girls seem to be kicking ass everywhere we look these days. Which is why it’s the perfect time to curl up with a great female-centric read. Here are five awesome books coming out this summer written by (and about!) women: The Duchess, Danielle Steel (Delacorte Press, June 27, 2017) Steel is the master of the thought-provoking romance, usually featuring a strong and interesting woman at the center of her stories. The Duchess is no exception. Set in the 1800s, it tells the story of a…

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Romance Roundup: 25 Sexy New Releases Capturing Our Heart

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Thanks to Valentine’s Day and those long, snowy winter nights, February just might be the most romantic month of the year. We’re celebrating that romance with a giant roundup of the steamiest, sweetest and most loving reads we can find. Here’s a preview of 25 new romantic releases that are bound to warm even the coldest of hearts: Romance Roundup Like A Memory, Abbi Glines (February 14, 2017) Nate Finlay never forgot Bliss York, the girl who broke his heart years ago. But Bliss has her own secrets – she spent her teen years battling leukemia. Can the two reconnect again as adults, despite the years (and other relationships) that might stand in their way? Starlight Bridge, Debbie Mason (Hachette…

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The Must-Read Romances Releasing Before 2016 Comes to an End!

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We still have two and a half months left in this year, which is plenty of time to dive into some great new books. We’re also about to enter the most romantic season of all: snuggly fall evenings, warm spiced cider for two, and snowfalls that make you want to stay in bed for hours. So why not celebrate with some sweet and sexy romantic reads? Whether they involve handsome cowboys or rakish Dukes, there are still plenty of awesome love stories yet to be published this year. Here are the 12 romance novels we can’t wait to read before 2016 leaves us for good: Kept, Maya Banks (Berkley Publishing, October 25, 2016) Sexy and dark, Kept is the third…

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15 New Contemporary Romances We’re Obsessing Over

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We definitely enjoy our fair share of vampires and fantasy worlds here at BookTrib, and we’re pretty much willing to read any historical romance with a Fabio-style hottie baring his six-pack on the cover. But every once in a while it’s nice to dive into a straightforward contemporary romance novel. The setting is familiar, the characters are relatable, and there are no corsets in sight. Whether these novels feature motorcycle gangs, hot cowboys or businessmen who like to dominate in the bedroom, we’re hooked on modern romances. Here are 15 new contemporary romances that we can’t stop obsessing over this month: With Every Breath: A Slow Burn Novel, Maya Banks (Avon, August 23, 2016) Thanks to her unorthodox alpha heroes,…

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Danielle Steel never thought she’d fall in love with such a tiny dog

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In this moving memoir, Danielle Steel tells the story of how she met a dog the size of a mouse with a personality that could light up an entire room. From Minnie’s arrival at home in San Francisco to clothes-shopping jaunts in Paris, her adventures provide the perfect backdrop for a heartfelt look at the magic that dogs bring to our lives, and how they become part of the family, making indelible memories. We meet Steel’s childhood pug, James; and Elmer, the basset hound who was steadfastly at her side in her struggling days as a young writer; Sweet Pea—unveiled in a Tiffany box for a dog-loving husband—and all those lucky dogs who shared a household of nine children, other…

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