May 2024 - New Books

Just in time for summer reading, May brings an incredible list of new books from blockbuster authors like James Patterson, John Grisham, Stephen King, and Nora Roberts – just to name a few. There’s something here for everyone. We’re highlighting some of our favorites below, but for the complete list of what’s new, click here. Print the list, circle your favorites, and our librarians will take care of the reserve requests for you! 

Summers at the Saint by Mary Kay Andrews

In this mesmerizing mix of mystery and romance, Andrews (Beach Town) details one woman’s mission to ensure her late husband’s legacy. Andrews’s expert exploration of complex family dynamics, hidden secrets, and class divisions in a small resort town add authenticity to the gripping mystery and swoony romance. Available 5/7.

You Never Know by Tom Selleck

Frank, funny and open-hearted, You Never Know is an intimate memoir from one of the most beloved actors of our time. In his own voice and uniquely unpretentious style, Selleck brings readers on his uncharted but serendipitous journey to the top in Hollywood, sharing dozens of never-before-told stories from both his personal and professional lives, and offering a truly fresh perspective on a changing industry and a changing world. Available 5/7.

Long Island by Colm Tóibín

From the beloved, critically acclaimed New York Times bestselling author Colm Tóibín comes a spectacularly moving and intense novel of secrecy, misunderstanding, and love. The quietly devastating sequel to Brooklyn picks up two decades later with Eilis Lacey, now in her 40s, hemmed in by her overbearing in-laws on Long Island in 1976. Long Island is a gorgeous story of a woman alone in a marriage and the deepest bonds she rekindles on her return to the place and people she left behind, to ways of living and loving she thought she’d lost. Available 5/7.

Think Twice by Harlan Coben

A man presumed dead is suddenly wanted for murder in this thriller of secrets, lies, and dangerous conspiracies that threaten to cover up the truth. Myron and Win, longtime friends and colleagues, set out to find the truth, but the more they discover, the more dangerous their world becomes. Available 5/14.

The Paradise Problem by Christina Lauren

Christina Lauren, the instant New York Times bestselling writing duo and “reigning romance queens” (PopSugar), returns with a delicious new romance between the buttoned-up heir of a grocery chain and his free-spirited artist ex as they fake their relationship in order to receive a massive inheritance. Readers will adore down-to-earth Anna, who’s the perfect match for uptight Liam. Available 5/14.

Mind Games by Nora Roberts

The #1 New York Times bestselling author of Identity presents a suspenseful new novel of tragedy and trauma, love and family, and the evil that awaits. Twelve-year-old Thea wakes from a premonition of her parents being murdered, soon proven true. Her vision helps send the killer to prison, but as an adult, she continues to be connected to the murderer as she sees into his twisted mind. He also has this gift of sight, however, and he wants vengeance. Available 5/21.

Camino Ghosts by John Grisham

In his 50th book, #1 New York Times bestselling author John Grisham takes you back to Camino Island where bookseller Bruce Cable and novelist Mercer Mann always manage to find trouble in paradise. In the third novel of the series following Camino Winds, a giant resort developer is using its political muscle and deep pockets to claim ownership of a deserted island between Florida and Georgia. Only the last living inhabitant of the island stands in its way. What the developer doesn’t know is that the island has a remarkable history, and locals believe it is cursed. Available 5/28.

Southern Man by Greg Iles

The hugely anticipated new Penn Cage novel from the #1 New York Times bestselling author of Cemetery Road, about a man—and a town—rocked by anarchy and tragedy, but unbowed in the fight to save those they love. In Southern Man, Greg Iles returns to the riveting style and historic depth that made the Natchez Burning trilogy a searing masterpiece and hurls the narrative fifteen years forward into our current moment—where America itself teeters on the brink of anarchy. Available 5/28.

Published by on April 30, 2024
Last Modified May 21, 2024