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Fall for These New Books

With new books by Barbara Kingsolver, Anne Lamott, Kate Atkinson, and Michelle Obama, you can go ahead and cancel all your other plans this fall.

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The Tattooist of Auschwitz, by Heather Morris

This haunting tale is set in the concentration camps at Auschwitz-Birkenau, where Lale Sokolov, a Slovakian Jew, is forced to permanently mark his fellow prisoners, including Gita, a woman he vows to somehow survive the camps with and marry. If you think you’ve read all the Holocaust stories you can handle, brush that feeling aside and prepare for a powerful journey that sticks with you.
Release date: Out now

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Transcription, by Kate Atkinson

The author of Life After Life spins a tale of a young British girl recruited by M15 into the secretive, terrifying world of spies and espionage. Ten years after WWII ends, figures from her past emerge and she finds herself under threat.
Release date: September 25

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The Clockmaker’s Daughter, by Kate Morton

This story of murder, mystery, art, and love is set in England, from the 1860s until the present day. When a young archivist discovers a satchel with photos and sketches of a gabled home on the Thames, she sets out to unravel the mystery behind the drawings.
Release date: October 9

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The Witch Elm, by Tana French

The suspense writer delivers another smart, spellbinding crime novel that asks the reader to look at the why behind the crime. When Toby goes home to care for his dying uncle, he finds a skull in the trunk of an elm tree and is forced to consider that what he’s always believed about his past may not be true.
Release date: October 9

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Bridge of Clay, by Markus Zusak

If you loved Zusak’s The Book Thief, you will be drawn to his sweeping family saga about five brothers who discover the secret of their father’s disappearance.
Release date: October 9

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Almost Everything, by Anne Lamott

The bestselling author of Bird by Bird and Hallelujah Anyway has penned another funny yet profound book in which she offers hope, wisdom, and essential truths. We can never get enough of this lady’s wise and witty prose.
Release date: October 16

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The Library Book, by Susan Orlean

If you adore libraries like we adore libraries, you’ll be fascinated by this love letter to great book repositories. On April 29, 1986, a fire engulfed the Los Angeles Public Library, destroying more than 400,000 books and damaging 700,000 more. Orlean digs up the 3-decades-old investigation into the unsolved origins of the fire and tries to answer the question If it was arson, who did it?
Release date: October 16

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Unsheltered, by Barbara Kingsolver

The bestselling author of The Lacuna and The Poisonwood Bible returns with historical fiction that weaves past and present in alternating chapters. Willa Knox, in debt after her magazine folds, inherits a dilapidated house she wants to save. She discovers an 1880s kindred spirit in her research and their two stories intertwine in this politically engaged family saga.
Release date: October 16

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Elevation, by Stephen King

When the King of Horror releases a new book on Halloween, be very afraid — and excited, because the master storyteller sets his new tale in the familiar town of Castle Rock, where Scott Carey is steadily and mysteriously losing weight while the town is battling hate against lesbians trying to open a restaurant.
Release date: October 30

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Nine Perfect Strangers, by Liane Moriarty

We were addicted to Little Big Lies, so naturally we love Moriarty’s new page-turner. In the novel, nine strangers gather at a remote health resort to lose weight, meditate, and practice mindfulness. When the strange owner of the Tranquillum House offers answers to life’s questions, things take a strange, wickedly smart turn.
Release date: November 6

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Becoming, by Michelle Obama

The former first lady pulls back the curtain on her life in a memoir chronicling the experiences that shaped her. From the South Side of Chicago to the White House, she offers a warm, witty, funny, and ultimately triumphant tale that also includes a few dance moves and sage parenting advice.
Release date: November 13

Looking for more good reads? We picked books that wet your travel whistle and those you can sit still with for days.

Photos: Courtesy of the publishers

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