|The Goldfinch by Donna Tartt|
In this mesmerizing story of love, loss, obsession, and the haunting power of art, a young man who lost his mother in an tragic accident grows to adulthood, only to become entangled in the art underworld of New York City
|The Obituary Writer by Ann Hood|
A woman stuck in a loveless marriage and an obituary writer looking for her lost love discover a surprising connection. Part literary mystery and part love story, this novel is full of grief, shame, and hope.
|Sycamore Row by John Grisham|
Reader favorite Jack Brigance, the attorney from A Time to Kill, makes a reappearance in Ford County, Mississippi, in this surprisingly suspenseful courtroom drama about wills, racial tension, and family secrets.
|Happy, Happy, Happy by Phil Robertson|
The Duck Dynasty star chronicles his unusual life from childhood through the founding of the family business.
|Lean In by Sheryl Sandberg|
Facebook COO and and top-ranked businesswoman Sheryl Sandberg shares though-provoking advice for women, urging them to seek professional challenges and take more risks to find work that they can feel passionate about.