Book Releases On July 26, 2022

Would you like another justification to buy a book? Here is a list of the books that were published today, along with the reasons why we need to include it in our shelves.

1. The Last to Vanish by Megan Miranda

Megan Miranda, a New York Times bestselling author, makes her comeback with a suspenseful and fast-paced thriller that begins with the abduction of a journalist who is looking into a series of disappearances in the resort town of Cutter's Pass. Will its sinister secrets eventually come to light? The Last to Vanish, a gripping thriller with razor-sharp suspense and unexpected turns that will keep you wondering right up until the very end, is some of Megan Miranda's greatest writing. If you enjoy mysteries, thrillers, unexplained disappearances, curious journalists, and disturbing little communities in North Carolina's mountains, you should read this novel.

2. Calling for a Blanket Dance by Oscar Hokeah

A brilliant new literary fiction voice presents a touching and intensely compelling debut book about a young Native American guy trying to find strength in his ancestral identity. When the world hasn't provided him with a place to begin, how will this young guy envision a space for himself? In Calling for a Blanket Dance, Ever Geimausaddle's journey home is told in an open, emotional, and ultimately uplifting manner. If you enjoy literary fiction, first books by Native American authors, family relationships, multigenerational stories, heartbreak, insight, and inspirational tales, you should read this book.

3. The Librarian Spy: A Novel of World War II by Madeline Martin

A fascinating new book inspired by the real history of America's library spies during World War II is forthcoming from the New York Times bestselling author of The Last Bookshop in London. If you enjoy historical fiction, World War II stories, books based on real historical events, librarians recruited into spy organizations, and outwitting Nazis, you should read this book.

4. The New Neighbor by Karen Cleveland

In this suspenseful thriller from the New York Times bestselling author of Need to Know, secrets, resentment, and paranoia converge when a seemingly ideal new family comes into a neighborhood with links to Langley. If you enjoy thrillers, espionage tales, foreign intelligence specialists with domestic conflict concerns, and Langley real estate issues, you should read this book.

5. A Hundred Other Girls by Iman Hariri-Kia

A sharp, contemporary tale about the changing media world and one Middle Eastern-American writer finding her place in it is available for readers of The Devil Wears Prada and The Bold Type. A Hundred Other Girls is an insider's look at the evolving media business, a love letter to sisterhood, and an in-depth investigation of what it means to follow your goals. It is clever, sharp, and a lot of fun. If you enjoy debut books, contemporary fiction, workplace turmoil, ambitious interns with authoritarian employers, and little-known facts about the modern media sector, you should read this book.


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