While you are getting ready for the festive and spooky season, we are putting out the 15 most anticipated books of October 2022.
Can the Death-Cast predict when someone will pass away? It’s the night before this cast goes live. Valentino is restarting his life in NY.
When Genevieve West returns home for her mother’s funeral she is prepared to maintain distance from her ex-boyfriend Evan Hartley.
Haven Marbury is an aspiring artist who inherits her Pulitzer-winner father’s home. She is struggling to make ends meet by writing movie critics.
Bird Gardner is a twelve-year-old who lives a quiet life with his broken but loving father. He was a farmer linguist who is now taking care of bookshelves in a university library.
The entire life of Olivia McAfee changed when her husband revealed a darker side. She lost her perfect life in Boston with a cardiothoracic surgeon husband and beautiful boy Asher.
The daughter of the fabled Pinnacle Hotel, Evelyn Elizabeth Grace Murphy lives on the top floor of the hotel.
Lily and her ex-husband Ryle have just gotten accustomed to a civil co-parenting rhythm. Suddenly, Lily bumps into Atlas, her first love, again.
Charles Dickens wrote about a survivor of institutional poverty and its effects on children in his society in David Copperfield.
Poster Girl is a horrifying dystopian mystery that explores the intensifying role of surveillance in society.
Sullivan started her career at the Buffalo News, where she rose from summer intern to editor-in-chief. In this book, she chronicles her years in the trenches struggling with sexism.
Tom shares his experience with great candor and humor. He talks about his early acting gigs and working with legends.
Pepper Rafferty was abandoned as an infant on the local veterinarian’s front porch, She was raised by two loving mothers.
Hallie Goodman is an event planner who receives party inspiration from the bride of her latest wedding project.
The long-awaited sequel of Atlas Six is here. Six magicians, two rivalries, one researcher, and a man who can walk through dreams.
The Passenger talks about a sunken jet with nine passengers and one missing body. Cormac McCarthy uses two narratives.