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New This Week

October 4, 2022

Whether you’re looking to escape it all with a mystery set in space, or to gain insight on American history with a deep dive into post-WWI politics, we’ve got you covered with this week’s new releases.

Station Eternity by Mur Lafferty

Science fiction readers may sometimes experience that urge to get comfortable with a cozy mystery, and with Station Eternity they can satisfy that urge without sacrificing their love for sci-fi. Mallory Viridian is an amateur sleuth who, much like Jessica Fletcher before her, seems to be followed by murder wherever she goes. To gain some peace she heads for a space station populated only by aliens, but when more humans visit she finds herself embroiled in a series of murders that could grow to include everyone on board.


American Midnight by Adam Hochschild

This new history by award-winning historian Hochschild has already earned starred reviews from critics, and should draw attention from any reader interested in the cycles of American history. American Midnight explores the time of unrest that occurred just after World War I, including incidents of repression, violence, and censorship.