Inspired by a new list, we're curious about your favorites. Louise Erdrich? Kate DiCamillo? Marcie Rendon?
NONFICTION: The Pulitzer Prize winner examines the double bind many immigrants find themselves in.
FICTION: Elizabeth Hand's "A Haunting on the Hill" keeps the scares coming in a creepy, deserted mansion.
FICTION: Jessica Knoll's novel, inspired by Ted Bundy's crimes, puts the women at its center.
FICTION: The latest from Jo Nesbø is a change of pace, for better and mostly worse.
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FICTION: A gripping novel about a shocking act of deception that keeps two lovers apart during the Korean War era.
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FICTION: A mother and son struggle to create new lives in Ayana Mathis' novel.
FICTION: An insightful look at the causes and consequences of our true crime obsession.
NONFICTION: Star Tribune copy editor Eddie Chuculate's memoir is the "charming" tale of a triumph over long odds.
NONFICTION: Scott W. Berg's "The Burning of the World," about the Great Chicago Fire, joins an exceptional list.
NONFICTION: Sy Montgomery's tale of turtle rescues is a cousin to her "The Soul of an Octopus."
NONFICTION: Simon Schama's "Foreign Bodies" eloquently maps the historical breakthrough of epidemiology.
FICTION: Notebooks left behind by a French botanist shed light on a dark period in Senegalese history.
FICTION: Richard Osman's "Thursday Murder Club" series keeps getting better.
FICTION: The chaos of war is reflected in the lives of Jayne Anne Phillips' memorable characters.