Remember back when we said that this fall was one of the biggest ever? Well, that is especially true for fiction. Here are our favorite books from among the dozens going on sale today–click on the title to read our review. Which one are you most looking forward to reading?
Cartwheel by Jennifer DuBois (Dial). This second novel from a promising new talent is loosely based on the story of Amanda Knox. When a young exchange student is murdered, her roommate falls under suspicion. Is Lily Hayes guilty?
Doctor Sleep by Stephen King (S&S). The sequel to The Shining is here! And good news: It lives up to the legacy. Dan Torrance's continued adventures involve creepy supernatural crew called the True Knot, who travel around the country trying to find—and kill—children with "the shine."
Local Souls by Allan Gurganus (Liveright). The author of The Oldest Living Confederate Widow Tells All makes a return to fiction with this collection of three linked novellas that are set in Falls, North Carolina, the mythical town he's made his own.
The Lowland by Jhumpa Lahiri (Knopf). The Pulitzer Prize-winning author returns to longform fiction with a second novel that tells the story of two very different brothers.
The Outcasts by Kathleen Kent (Little, Brown). Known for her historicals set in 17th century New England, Kent branches out into Texas territory in her new novel, which stars a down-on-her-luck woman of fortune.
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