Of course there’s ‘Twilight’ and Anne Rice’s Lestat, but less well known are books like “Night Watch” and “Carrion Comfort”

  • Silvia Moreno-Garcia and Lavie Tidhar
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Johnson’s debut fiction collection is a tour-de-force

  • Anissa Gray
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McDermid’s “1979,” a coming-of-age novel starring an intrepid female journalist, begins a welcome new series.

  • Maureen Corrigan
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The best-selling writer’s new book, published 10 months after his death at age 89, delivers a thought-provoking story — and a warning.

“State of Terror” is part entertainment, part roman à clef and all payback.

In her new memoir, “Hooked,” the star of “Younger” and “Thoroughly Modern Millie” explains how her hobbies became so much more.

  • Celia Wren
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In his final book, published two years after his death, Andrea Camilleri inserts himself into the narrative.

  • Dennis Drabelle
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The Swedish Academy awarded the prize to the Tanzanian author whose English-language novels include “Paradise,” “By the Sea” and “Desertion.”

Women in espionage take center stage in “Red Widow,” “The Targeter,” “Life Undercover” and more.

  • Christina Hillsberg
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‘The Man Who Died Twice,’ the latest in Osman’s Thursday Murder Club series, is a notably entertaining mystery novel

Amor Towles tells the story of a motley crew on a cross-country journey, reveling in the junkyards of broken dreams and the optimism of the postwar era.

  • Hamilton Cain
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“Crossroads” explores the spiritual costs of hatred and humiliation among a family of five.

Sedaris’s new book of diary entries doubles down on unpredictability.

  • Rachel Rosenblit
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‘The War for Gloria’ is a plainspoken tale of a man finding his way the tough way

  • Mark Athitakis
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Begin the season with books by Anthony Horowitz, Camilla Trinchieri, David McCloskey and others.

  • Richard Lipez
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Lim’s novel fits into a loosely affiliated school of experimental books that play fast and loose with narrative conventions.

  • Paul Di Filippo
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Yu Xiuhua’s poems compress her thoughts into daring and disconcerting forms.

  • Chris Littlewood
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Doerr’s first novel since winning a Pulitzer Prize for “All the Light We Cannot See” is full of people thinking big thoughts.

The hero of Ferris’s fourth novel seems everything but heroic.

  • Mark Athitakis
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After a gripping opening, Jon McGregor’s novel turns into a meditation on language and caregiving.

  • Jon Michaud
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