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A bighearted debut with technicolor characters, plenty of Texas swagger, and a powder keg
of a plot in which marriages struggle, rivalries flare, and secrets explode, all with a clever
wink toward classical mythology ("Wildly entertaining" --Richard Russo)
Great Circle
Maggie Shipstead
An unforgettable story of a daredevil female aviator determined to chart her own course in
life, at any cost --- Great Circle spans Prohibition-era Montana, the Pacific Northwest,
Alaska, New Zealand, wartime London, and modern-day Los Angeles.
There’s a Revolution Outside, My Love
Edited by Tracy K. Smith and John Freeman
In the wake of the Black Lives Matter protests and the COVID-19 pandemic, the soaring
and essential pieces presented in There’s a Revolution Outside, My Love give voice to the
cleavages that have shaken and uprooted American lives in an era of unthinkable grief.
The Brittanys
Brittany Ackerman
Bursting with bittersweet nostalgia, a funny, poignant, perfectly voiced debut that brilliantly
captures what it's like to be a teenage girl.
Songs in Ursa Major
The year is 1969, and the Bayleen Island Folk Fest is abuzz with one name: Jesse Reid.
Tall and soft-spoken, with eyes blue as stone-washed denim, Jesse Reid’s intricate guitar
riffs and supple baritone are poised to tip from fame to legend with this one headlining
performance. That is, until his motorcycle crashes on the way to the show.
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A smart, sexy, laugh-out-loud romantic comedy about ex-boyfriends, imperfect parents,
friends with kids, and a man who disappears the moment he says "I love you."
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Winfred Rembert
Bloomsbury Publishing
Vivid, confrontational, revelatory and complex, Chasing Me to My Grave is a searing
memoir in prose and painted leather that celebrates Black life and summons readers to
confront painful and urgent realities at the heart of American history and society.
Real Estate
Deborah Levy
Bloomsbury Publishing
Blending personal history, gender politics, philosophy and literary theory, Real Estate is a
brilliant, compulsively readable finale to Deborah Levy’s living autobiography series.
Today a Woman Went Mad in the Supermarket
Hilma Wolitzer
Bloomsbury Publishing
An uncannily relevant, deliciously clear-eyed collection of stories from a critically
acclaimed, award-winning “American literary treasure” (Boston Globe), ripe for rediscovery
--- with a foreword by Elizabeth Strout.
Fight Night
Miriam Toews
Bloomsbury Publishing
From the bestselling author of Women Talking and All My Puny Sorrows, a compassionate,
darkly humorous, and deeply wise new novel about three generations of women.
The Least of Us
From the New York Times bestselling author of Dreamland, a searing follow-up that
explores the terrifying next stages of the opioid epidemic and the quiet yet ardent stories of
community repair.
Elif Shafak
Bloomsbury Publishing
A rich, magical new novel on belonging and identity, love and trauma, nature and renewal,
from the Booker-shortlisted author of 10 Minutes 38 Seconds in This Strange World.
Consortium Book Sales & Distribution
Haymarket Books
World Editions
Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor, Foreword by Angela Y. Davis
Haymarket Books
Trade Paperback
In this stirring and insightful analysis, now updated and expanded, activist and New York
Times contributing writer Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor surveys the historical and
contemporary ravages of racism and persistence of structural inequality such as mass
incarceration and Black unemployment. In this context, she argues that this new struggle
against police violence holds the potential to reignite a broader push for Black liberation.
Lone Star
Mathilde Walter Clark, Translated by Martin Aitken and K.E. Semmel
Deep Vellum Publishing
An award-winning cross-continental novel that splices the vast expanse of Texas with a
daughter's desire to reconnect with her aging father.
Margaret and the Mystery of the Missing Body
Megan Milks
Trade Paperback
Margaret and the Mystery of the Missing Body reimagines ‘90s adolescence --- mashing
up girl group series, choose-your-own-adventures, and chronicles of anorexia --- in a queer
and trans coming-of-age tale like no other. An interrogation of girlhood and nostalgia,
dysmorphia and dysphoria, this debut novel puzzles through the weird, ever-evasive
questions of growing up
Mary Elizabeth Pope
In 1926 in rural Green County, Arkansas, where cotton and poverty reign, young Coralee
Harper hopes for a family and a place in her community, but when her brother Buddy is
killed by a powerful sheriff, she can’t recover from his death or the injustice of his loss.
When she begins to spot her dead brother around town, she wonders --- is she clairvoyant,
mistaken, or is she losing her mind?
Pity the Beast
Following in the footsteps of such chroniclers of American absurdity as Cormac McCarthy,
Joy Williams and Charles Portis, Robin McLean’s Pity the Beast is a mind-melting feminist
Western that pins a tale of sexual violence and vengeance to a canvas stretching back to
prehistory, sideways into legend, and off into a lonesome future.
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The Tally Stick
After being in New Zealand for only five days, the English Chamberlain family vanished
into thin air. Thirty year later, the remains of the eldest Chamberlain child are discovered in
a remote part of the West Coast, showing he lived in the wilderness for four years. Where
is the rest of the family?
Harlequin Trade Publishing
Gone Girl meets You! A dynamic debut thriller about a young woman psychopath ---
seeking revenge on a college campus --- who goes from hunter to hunted.
We have advance praise from many booksellers already, and blurbs from Mary Kubica,
Robin Wasserman and many more to come!
The Great Glorious Goddamn of It All
Josh Ritter
A lyrical, sweeping novel about a young boy's coming-of-age during the last days of the
lumberjacks, by singer-songwriter Josh Ritter.
This in-house favorite has been compared to the work of Mark Twain and John Irving.
Read this now!
The Matzah Ball
What happens when a nice Jewish girl with a secret career as a bestselling Christmas
romance novelist is forced to write a Hanukkah romance?
"The Matzah Ball had me laughing out all-around terrific read."—Debbie Macomber
Last Girl Ghosted
Secrets, obsession and vengeance converge in this utterly original thriller about an online
dating match turned deadly cat-and-mouse game, from the Queen of Thriller, Lisa Unger!
Tales from the Cafe
From the author of Before the Coffee Gets Cold, a 1-million copy phenomenon in Japan,
and an Indie Next Pick and Library Reads Pick in the US, comes the sequel!
Tales from the Cafe features four new customers taking advantage of Cafe Funiculi
Funicula's time-travelling offer!
Suzanne Feldman
MIRA Books
Trade Paperback
Inspired by real women, this powerful novel tells the story of two unconventional American
sisters who volunteer at the front during World War I.
Illuminating the critical role women played in the Great War, this is a remarkable story of
resilience, sacrifice and the bonds that can never be vanquished.
Hachette Book Group
An inspiring memoir of one man’s transformation from a delinquent, drug-dealing dropout
to an award-winning Harvard educator through literature and debate --- all by the age of
A profound debut about the unlikely bond between two freedmen who are brothers and the
Georgia farmer whose alliance will alter their lives, and his, forever.
The View Was Exhausting
Grand Central Publishing
The View Was Exhausting is a funny, wickedly observant modern love story set against the
backdrop of exotic locales and the realities of being a woman of color in a world run by
If you loved A Man Called Ove, then prepare to be delighted as Jamaican immigrant
Hubert rediscovers the world he'd turned his back on this "warm, funny" novel (Good
Fans of Josie Silver and Rebecca Serle will delight in this romantic debut novel --- that has
a Groundhog Day twist --- about a couple who call off their wedding after a disastrous
rehearsal dinner, only to wake up the next morning trapped in a time loop. Together.
Wildwood Whispers
Willa Reece
A heartwarming and quietly moving novel of hope, fate and folk magic unfolds when a
young woman travels to a sleepy southern town in the Appalachian Mountains to bury her
best friend.
The New York Times bestselling author of The Paris Secret weaves a lush and engrossing
novel of World War II inspired by a true story and perfect for fans of Kate Quinn and Pam
Nathaniel Ian Miller
Set in the decades between the two World Wars, The Memoirs of Stockholm Sven is the
captivating story of one man who banishes himself to a solitary life in the Arctic Circle, and
is saved by good friends, a loyal dog, and a surprise visit that changes everything.
Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
Brian Broome
A poetic and raw coming-of-age memoir about Blackness, masculinity and addiction.
Yes, Daddy
Jonathan Parks-Ramage
A propulsive, scorching modern gothic, Yes, Daddy follows an ambitious young man who is
lured by an older, successful playwright into a dizzying world of wealth and an idyllic
Hamptons home where things take a nightmarish turn.
Rachel to the Rescue
Rachel to the Rescue is a mischievous political satire, with a delightful cast of characters,
from one of America’s funniest novelists.
The Very Nice Box
Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
For fans of Elinor Oliphant Is Completely Fine and Severance: an offbeat, wryly funny
debut novel that follows an eccentric product engineer who works for a hip furniture
company where sweeping corporate change lands her under the purview of a startlingly
charismatic boss who seems determined to get close to her at all costs.
The Redemption of Bobby Love
Bobby and Cheryl Love, with Lori L. Tharps
Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
The inspiring, dramatic and heartwarming true account of an escaped convict and his wife
of 35-plus years who never knew his secret, which captured the imaginations of millions on
Humans of New York.
Margaret Verble
Louise Erdrich meets Karen Russel in this deliciously strange and daringly original novel
from Pulitzer Prize finalist Margaret Verble. Set in 1926 Nashville, it follows a death-defying
young Cherokee horse-diver who, with her companions from the Glendale Park Zoo, must
get to the bottom of a mystery that spans centuries.
Random House Publishing Group
In this sweeping sophomore novel from a singular talent, Anuk Arudpragasam’s A Passage North follows a young
man’s journey into Sri Lanka’s war-torn north. The novel opens as Krishan learns of the death of his grandmother’s
caretaker via telephone call. As Krishan makes the long journey by train from Colombo into the war-torn Northern
Province for the funeral, so begins an astonishing passage into the innermost reaches of a country.
At once a powerful meditation on absence and longing, as well as an unsparing account of the legacy of Sri
Lanka’s 30-year civil war, this journey lays bare the imprints of an island’s past, in what Anthony Marra calls “A
novel of tragic power and uncommon beauty” and Paul Yoon describes as “both an elegy and a love song... a
perfect reading experience.” Written with precision and grace, A Passage North is a searing novel of longing, loss
and the legacy of war.
Ghost Forest
Pik-Shuen Fung
One World
For fans of The Farewell, this graceful and indelible debut about love, grief and family asks:
How do you grieve if your family doesn’t talk about feelings? Told through the perspective of
an unnamed narrator whose father stays in Hong Kong while the rest of the family immigrates
to Canada, Ghost Forest is a slim novel that envelops the reader in joy and sorrow. Fung
writes with a poetic and haunting voice, layering detail and abstraction, weaving memory and
oral history to paint a moving portrait of a Chinese-Canadian astronaut family.
From the prize-winning author of The Beekeeper of Aleppo, Songbirds is a stunning novel
about the disappearance of a Sri Lankan nanny and how the most vulnerable people find
their voices. Inspired by the real-life disappearance of domestic workers in Cyprus, Christy
Lefteri has crafted a poignant, deeply empathetic narrative of the human stories behind the
headlines. With infinite tenderness and skill, Songbirds offers a triumphant story of the fight
for truth and justice, and of women reclaiming their lost voices.
What’s Done in Darkness
Laura McHugh
Random House
Readers of Laura Lippman, Lisa Jewell and Megan Miranda will love Laura McHugh’s new thriller, What’s
Done in Darkness.
Five years after reappearing alongside a highway in a blood-stained dress after being snatched by a masked
man in a cornfield, Sarabeth is struggling to keep her past buried when investigator Nick Farrow calls.
Convinced that her case is connected to the strikingly similar disappearance of another young girl, Farrow
wants Sarabeth’s help, and he’ll do whatever it takes to get it, even if that means dragging her back to the last
place she wants to go --- the hills and hollers of home --- to face her estranged family and all her deepest
fears. In this riveting new novel from Laura McHugh, blood ties and buried secrets draw a young woman back
into the nightmare of her past to save a missing girl, unaware of what awaits her in the darkness.
Where the Grass Is Green and the Girls Are Pretty
Lauren Weisberger
Random House
New from the #1 New York Times bestselling author of The Devil Wears Prada and When Life Gives You Lululemons,
Lauren Weisberger.
A seat at the anchor desk of the most-watched morning show. Recognized by millions across the country, an adoring
husband and a Princeton-bound daughter. Peyton is that woman. She has it all. Skye, her sister, is a stay-at-home mom
living in a glitzy suburb of New York. She has degrees from all the right schools and can helicopter-parent with the best
of them. But Skye is different from the rest and dreams of a life beyond the PTA and pickup. Max, Peyton’s bright and
quirky 17-year-old daughter, is poised to kiss her fancy private school goodbye and head off to pursue her dreams in film.
She’s waited her entire life for this opportunity.
One little lie. That’s all it takes. For the illusions to crack. For resentments to surface. Suddenly the grass doesn’t look so
green. This book is about sisters…their perfect lives and perfect lies.
Wish You Were Here
#1 bestselling author Jodi Picoult returns with a deeply moving novel about the resilience of the
human spirit in a moment of crisis.
Diana had a schedule for her career and love life, and it was all right on track until a virus that felt
worlds away appeared in New York City and changed everything the night before the trip of a lifetime.
Encouraged to go by her surgical resident boyfriend who has to stay behind, Diana’s dream vacation
in the Galapagos goes awry almost immediately. Stranded until the world opens back up again, Diana
finds herself examining her relationships, her choices and herself — and wondering if when she goes
home, she will have evolved into someone completely different.
© Rainer Hoch 2018
The Devil Wears Prada meets Get Out in this thrilling debut about the tension that unfurls
when two young Black women meet against the starkly white backdrop of New York City
book publishing. An electric novel for anyone who’s ever felt manipulated or out-
maneuvered at work.
Atria Books
A riveting novel about the lifelong bond between two women, one Black and one white,
whose friendship is indelibly altered by a tragic event --- a powerful and poignant
exploration of race in America today and its devastating impact on ordinary lives. Perfect
for fans of The Vanishing Half and Leave the World Behind.
The Forest of Vanishing Stars
Kristin Harmel
Gallery Books
A coming-of-age World War II story about a young woman who uses her knowledge of the
wilderness to help Jewish refugees escape the Nazis --- until a secret from her past
threatens everything.
From the Pulitzer Prize-winning author of All the Light We Cannot See comes a hauntingly
beautiful and redemptive novel about stewardship --- of the book, of the Earth, of the
human heart --- and follows children on the cusp of adulthood in a broken world, who find
resilience and hope.
You just boarded a flight to New York. What you don’t know is that 30 minutes before the
flight your pilot’s family was kidnapped. For his family to live, everyone on your plane must
die. The only way the family will survive is if the pilot follows his orders and crashes the
plane. Enjoy the flight.
The Book of Magic
Master storyteller Alice Hoffman brings us the conclusion of the Practical Magic series in a
spellbinding and enchanting final Owens novel brimming with lyric beauty and vivid
Bombay’s first female lawyer, Perveen Mistry, is compelled to bring justice to the family of
a murdered female Parsi student just as Bombay’s streets erupt in riots to protest British
colonial rule. Sujata Massey is back with this third installment to the Agatha and Mary
Higgins Clark Award-winning series set in 1920s Bombay.
Clark and Division
Set in 1944 Chicago, Edgar Award-winner Naomi Hirahara’s eye-opening and poignant
new mystery, the story of a young woman searching for the truth about her revered older
sister’s death, brings to focus the struggles of one Japanese American family released
from mass incarceration at Manzanar during World War II.
The House of Ashes
When a blood-soaked old woman beats on Sara’s door, insisting the house is hers, Sara
begins to understand that her new home has a terrible history her husband never intended for
her to discover. Through the counterpoint voices --- one modern Englishwoman, one Northern
Irish farmgirl speaking from half a century earlier --- Stuart Neville offers a chilling and
gorgeous portrait of violence and resilience in this chilling story of a murder 60 years buried.
Blue-Skinned Gods
SJ Sindu
Soho Press
In Tamil Nadu, India, a boy born with blue skin is believed to be the 10th human
incarnation of the Hindu god Vishnu. Traveling from India to the underground rock scene of
New York City, Blue-Skinned Gods explores ethnic, gender and sexual identities, and
spans continents and faiths, in an expansive and heartfelt look at the need for belief in our
globally interconnected world.
Jacqueline Winspear
Soho Press
Trade Paperback
The New York Times bestselling author of the Maisie Dobbs series offers a deeply
personal memoir of her family’s resilience in the face of war and privation. An eye-opening
and heartfelt portrayal of a post-War England we rarely see, This Time Next Year We’ll Be
Laughing chronicles a childhood in the English countryside, of working class indomitability
and family secrets, of artistic inspiration and the price of memory.
Three Hours in Paris
In June of 1940, when Paris fell to the Nazis, Hitler spent a total of three hours in the City of
Light --- abruptly leaving, never to return. To this day, no one knows why. New York Times
bestselling author Cara Black is at her best as she brings Occupation-era France to vivid life
in this masterful, pulse-pounding story about one young woman with the temerity --- and
drive --- to take on Hitler himself.
Mad, Bad & Dangerous to Know
Samira Ahmed
Soho Teen
Trade Paperback
Discover New York Times bestseller Samira Ahmed’s romantic, sweeping adventure
through the streets of Paris told in alternating narratives that bridge centuries, continents
and the lives of two young Muslim women fighting to write their own stories. As one
woman’s long-forgotten life is uncovered, another’s is transformed.
From the acclaimed author of If the Creek Don’t Rise comes a Southern story of friendship,
mystery, and the complex nature of right and wrong. At a time when girls’ aspirations are
limited, Lucy and Bert seek adventure, searching for mysteries in Riverton, North Carolina.
Their chance arises when the quiet town becomes a Nazi prisoner-of-war camp, and the once
gentle place now ripples with tension.
The Last Mona Lisa
What really happened to the Mona Lisa when she disappeared from the Louvre? A gripping
novel exploring the 1911 theft and the present-day underbelly of the art world, The Last Mona
Lisa is a suspenseful tale from a bestselling author whose own replications of iconic art are
highly sought.
Llá Ákínmádé Åkerström
Three Black women --- a powerhouse executive, a former model and a Somali refugee --- are linked
in unexpected ways to the same influential white man in Stockholm. Told through the perspectives of
each of the three women, In Every Mirror She’s Black is a fast-paced, richly nuanced, contemporary
social novel that touches on important topics of racism, classism, fetishization and tokenism, and
what it means to be a Black woman navigating a white-dominated society.
Dark Things I Adore
Art professor Max Durant arrives at his protégé's remote home to view her graduate thesis
collection. What he doesn't know is that Audra has engineered every aspect of their
weekend together --- because only Audra knows what happened the summer of 1988.
Max’s secret, and the dark things that followed. And even though it won’t be easy, Audra
knows someone must pay.
Annika Sharma
Sourcebooks Casablanca
Trade Paperback
A fresh, smart series featuring besties of Indian descent who find love in the big city. Three
best friends. Three loves. Three cultural explosions waiting to happen. Kiran Mathur knows
how dangerous love can be. Her sister's marriage in India nearly destroyed Kiran's family.
So she's decided to redeem romance herself --- by not falling for anyone who might
disappoint her parents. That is, until she meets her new neighbor, Nash Hawthorne...
The Vanished Days
The long-awaited new novel from New York Times bestselling author Susanna Kearsley is
a sweeping story set in Scotland and a companion novel to the bestseller The Winter Sea.
Told in two timelines that interweave the troubled weeks in Edinburgh in 1707 with the tales
of a woman who lived through the Killing Times, a revolution, and Scotland’s loss of a
colony in the Americas.
Ingram Publishing Group Godine
Simon Van Booy
David R. Godine
In Kentucky, back in 1933, Carol’s daddy lost his 13-year-old daughter in a game of cards.
Award-winning author Simon Van Booy’s spellbinding novel spans decades as he tells the
story of Carol and the people in her life. Incidents intersect and lives unexpectedly change
course in this masterfully interwoven story of chance and choice that leads home again to
a night blessed with light.
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Fox and I: An Uncommon Friendship
Catherine Raven
Spiegel & Grau
An unforgettable memoir about the friendship between a solitary woman and a wild fox.
Fox and I is a poignant and remarkable tale of friendship, growth and coping with inevitable
loss --- and of how that loss can be transformed into meaning. It is both a timely tale of
solitude and belonging as well as a timeless story of one woman whose immersion in the
natural world will change the way we view our surroundings --- each tree, weed, flower,
stone or fox.
Kalani Pickhart
Kalani Pickhart’s debut novel follows four individuals over the course of a volatile Ukrainian
winter, as their lives are forever changed by the Euromaidan protests. While unfolding an
especially moving story of quiet beauty and love in a time of terror, I Will Die in a Foreign
Land is an ambitious, intimate and haunting portrait of human perseverance and empathy.
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The Secret of Rainy Days
Leslie Hooton
Keylight Books
Trade Paperback
Nina Barnes Enloe, "Little Bit," grew up in the shadow of her imposing grandmother and
her best friend Win --- who did, in fact, win at everything. Bit thought she had escaped her
grandmother's grip by starting over in New York City, but an unexpected death takes her
back to the colorful town and people of Erob, Alabama. Bit's world turns upside down as
she faces who she was and learns who she is becoming.
William Morrow
Dream Girl
Laura Lippman
William Morrow
Following up on her acclaimed and wildly successful New York Times bestseller Lady in
the Lake, Laura Lippman returns with a dark, complex tale of psychological suspense with
echoes of Misery involving a novelist, incapacitated by injury, who is plagued by
mysterious phone calls.
A remarkable, sweeping historical novel based on the incredible true life story of Dorothy
Kirwan Thomas, a free woman of color who rose from slavery to become one of the
wealthiest and most powerful landowners in the colonial West Indies.
Sisters in Arms
Kaia Alderson’s debut historical fiction novel reveals the untold, true story of the Six Triple
Eight, the only all-Black battalion of the Women’s Army Corps, who made the dangerous
voyage to Europe to ensure American servicemen received word from their loved ones
during World War II.
Readers of Heather Morris’ The Tattooist of Auschwitz and watchers of The Queen’s
Gambit won’t want to miss this amazing debut set during World War II. A young Polish
resistance worker, imprisoned in Auschwitz as a political prisoner, plays chess in exchange
for her life, and in doing so fights to bring the man who destroyed her family to justice.
All Her Little Secrets
In this fast-paced thriller, Wanda M. Morris crafts a twisty mystery about a Black lawyer
who gets in over her head after the sudden death of her boss. A debut perfect for fans of
Attica Locke, Alyssa Cole, Harlan Coben and Celeste Ng, with shades of How to Get Away
with Murder and John Grisham’s The Firm.
The Lost and Found Bookshop
Susan Wiggs
In this thought-provoking, wise and emotionally rich novel, New York Times bestselling
author Susan Wiggs explores the meaning of happiness, trust and faith in oneself as she
asks the question, "If you had to start over, what would you do and who would you be?"
The Exiles
The author of the #1 New York Times bestseller Orphan Train returns with an ambitious,
emotionally resonant novel about three women whose lives are bound together in 19th-
century Australia and the hardships they weather together as they fight for redemption and
freedom in a new society.
W. W. Norton
A daring first novel in the great picaresque tradition --- both buoyant comedy and
devastating satire --- by the author of the bestselling story collection Say You’re One of
Them. Ekong Udousoro is a Nigerian editor undertaking a reckoning with the brutal recent
history of his homeland by curating a collection of stories about the Biafran War. He is
thrilled when a publishing fellowship gives him the opportunity to continue his work in
Manhattan while learning the ins and outs of publishing. Searingly observant about the
myriad ways that tribalism defines life everywhere from the villages of Africa to the villages
within New York City, New York, My Village is nevertheless full of heart, hilarity and hope.
A heartrending new novel from the Pulitzer Prize–winning and #1 New York Times
bestselling author of The Overstory. With its soaring descriptions of the natural world, its
tantalizing vision of life beyond, and its account of a father and son’s ferocious
love, Bewilderment marks Richard Powers’ most intimate and moving novel. At its heart
lies the question: How can we tell our children the truth about this beautiful, imperiled
Mary Roach
Join “America’s funniest science writer” (Peter Carlson, Washington Post), Mary Roach, on
an irresistible investigation into the unpredictable world where wildlife and humans meet.
What’s to be done about a jaywalking moose? A grizzly bear caught breaking and
entering? A murderous tree? As New York Times bestselling author Mary Roach discovers,
the answers are best found not in jurisprudence but in science: the curious science of
human-wildlife conflict, a discipline at the crossroads of human behavior and wildlife