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Charlaine Harris

From Powell’s website: From Charlaine Harris, author of the Sookie Stackhouse series, comes An Easy Death (Saga), a taut new thriller – the first in the Gunnie Rose series – centered on a young gunslinging mercenary. Preorder a signed edition of An Easy Death: Gunnie Rose #1

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Andre Dubus III

From Powell’s website: Few writers can enter their characters so completely as Andre Dubus III, author of House of Sand and Fog. In his new novel, Gone So Long (W. W. Norton), Dubus explores how the wounds of the past afflict the people we become, and probes the limits of recovery and absolution. Preorder a signed edition of Gone So Long

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Tod Davies

From Powell’s website: A compelling descendant of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein, Tod Davies’s Report to Megalopolis (Exterminating Angel) is a tale of a man bent on conquest, and of an adversary that may yet defeat him: the ghost of the Arcadian Devindra Vale, the only woman he has ever loved. Preorder a signed edition of Report to Megalopolis: The Post-Modern Prometheus (History of Arcadia #4)

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Suzanne Selfors & Dana Simpson

From Powell’s website: Suzanne Selfors brings heart and humor to Wish Upon a Sleepover (Imprint), her new middle-grade novel about a group of misfits who find true friendship where they least expect it. In her new collection of funny, charming comics, Ozy and Millie (Andrews McMeel), the sweet, philosophical humor of Dana Simpson (Phoebe and Her Unicorn) shines through. Preorder a signed edition of Wish Upon a Sleepover

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Deborah Harkness

From Powell’s website: Deborah Harkness’s Time’s Convert (Viking) channels the supernatural world-building and slow-burning romance that made the All Souls Trilogy instant bestsellers to illuminate a new and vital moment in history, and a love affair that will bridge centuries. Preorder a signed edition of Time’s Convert

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Nancy Richardson Fischer & Julie Kagawa

From Powell’s website: Nancy Fischer’s When Elephants Fly (Harlequin Teen) shows that how we choose to live our lives matters and that sometimes taking a risk can be both the hardest and the most wonderful thing of all. Enter a beautiful and perilous land of shapeshifters and samurai, kami and legends, humans and demons in Shadow of the Fox (Harlequin Teen), the new fantasy novel from Julie Kagawa. Preorder a signed edition of When Elephants Fly

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Fox Butterfield

From Powell’s website: From Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Fox Butterfield comes In My Father’s House (Knopf), a pathbreaking examination of our huge crime and incarceration problem that looks at the influence of the family – specifically, one Oregon family with a generations-long legacy of lawlessness. Preorder a signed edition of In My Father’s House: A New View of How Crime Runs in the Family

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Morgan Doane & Erin Harding

From Powell’s website: How to Raise a Plant: And Make It Love You Back (Laurence King) is a perfect guide for anyone keen to see their plant offspring thrive. Indoor plant experts and Instagrammers Erin Harding and Morgan Doane bring the subject to life alongside their beautiful photographs of happy plants in the home. Preorder a signed edition of How to Raise a Plant and Make It Love You Back

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