|Agent X by Noah Boyd|
Rogue former FBI agent Steve Vail races against time to track down a Russian intelligence officer who may have been caught trying to identify treasonous Americans. in this sequel to 2010's The Bricklayer.
|The Art of Fielding by Chad Harbach|
A baseball star at a small college near Lake Michigan launches a routine throw that goes disastrously off course and inadvertently changes the lives of five people, including the college president, a gay teammate, and the president's daughter.
|The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern|
The Cirque des Rêves arrives in the night, without warning, and captivates its audience from dusk till dawn. What the audience—and most of the performers—do not know is that the circus is merely the arena for a much grander scheme. Two magicians have set their protégés on a collision course, a deadly game where not even the participants themselves are sure of the rules—or the consequences.
|The Big Short: Inside the Doomsday Machine by Michael Lewis|
Insights into the economic crisis, from the author of The Blind Side.
|Bossypants by Tina Fey|
Tina Fey's uncensored account of her life, stitching together the serious and the comic.
|Confidence Men by Ron Suskind|
Drawing on extensive research and interviews, the Pulitzer Prize winner examines Wall Street, Washington, and the education of a President.
|The Memory Palace by Mira Bartók|
This richly textured personal narrative chronicles the author’s childhood with her brilliant but schizophrenic mother as well as the perpetual shadow cast over her adult years by her mother’s illness.
|Moonwalking with Einstein by Joshua Foer|
U.S. Memory Champion Joshua Foer shares the "Art and Science of Remembering Everything."
|Tiger, Tiger by Margaux Fragoso|
This memoir is an absolutely gut-wrenching and a fearlessly honest account of family dysfunction and sexual abuse by an unrelated pedophile.