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PLA 2016: Booklist Buzz

Booth #1346

Join us for our Pile High Book Buzz on Thursday,
April 7 at 1:00pm in the Hyatt’s Capitol Room!

The Light of Paris

Dark Matter

The Nix

Eleanor Brown

Blake Crouch

Nathan Hill

Amor Towles

HC: 978-0-399-15891-9
eBook: 978-0-399-57373-6
AD: 978-0-451-48484-0
CD: 978-0-451-48483-3
LP: 978-0-7352-0817-9
Putnam | 150,000
July 12, 2016

HC: 978-1-101-90422-0
eBook: 978-1-101-90423-7
AD: 978-1-101-92450-1
CD: 978-1-101-92449-5
Crown | 150,000
August 2, 2016

HC: 978-1-101-94661-9
eBook: 978-1-101-94662-6
AD: 978-0-14-752329-7
CD: 978-0-14-752328-0
Knopf | 100,000
August 30, 2016

From the author of the bestselling
Wayward Pines trilogy, a brilliant
science-fiction thriller in which a
man is kidnapped, knocked
unconscious―and awakens in a
world inexplicably different from
the reality he thought he knew.

A hilarious and deeply touching
debut novel about a son, the
mother who left him as a child, and
how his search to uncover the
secrets of her life leads him to
reclaim his own.

HC: 978-1-101-94661-9
eBook: 978-0-399-56404-8
AD: 978-0-7352-8855-3
CD: 978-0-7352-8854-6
LP: 978-1-5247-0869-6
Viking | 200,000
September 6, 2016
From the New York Times
bestselling author of Rules of
Civility―a transporting novel about
a man who is ordered to spend the
rest of his life inside a luxury hotel.

The Underground
Railroad

The Last Days of Night

Small Great Things

The Fifth Petal

Graham Moore

Jodi Picoult

Brunonia Barry

Colson Whitehead

HC: 978-0-8129-8890-1
eBook: 978-0-8129-8891-8
AD: 978-0-7352-8457-9
CD: 978-0-7352-8456-2
Random House | 100,000
September 20, 2016

HC: 978-0-345-54495-7
eBook: 978-0-345-54496-4
AD: 978-0-7352-1020-2
CD: 978-0-7352-1019-6
Ballantine Books | 700,000
October 11, 2016

HC: 978-0-345-54495-7
eBook: 978-1-101-90561-6
AD: 978-0-7352-8643-6
CD: 978-0-7352-8642-9
Crown | 150,000
January 24, 2017

A riveting historical thriller about
the famous race for glory and
riches between Thomas Edison
and George Westinghouse. Think
John Grisham meets Erik Larson.

Ruth Jefferson is an African
American labor and delivery nurse.
The parents of her newborn patient
are white supremacists and don’t
her to touch their child. Picoult’s
latest is filled with richly layered
characters, a page-turning plot,
and a gripping moral dilemma.

Brunonia Barry, New York Times
bestselling author of The Lace
Reader, returns to her
contemporary, otherworldly Salem
with this spellbinding new thriller,
a complex brew of suspense,
seduction, and murder.

The miraculous new novel from
bestselling author Eleanor Brown,
whose debut, The Weird Sisters,
was a sensation beloved by critics
and readers alike.

HC: 978-0-385-53703-2
eBook: 978-0-385-53704-9
AD: 978-0-7352-8560-6
CD: 978-0-7352-8559-0
Doubleday | 75,000
September 13, 2016
A magnificent, wrenching, thrilling
tour de force chronicling a young
slave's adventures as she makes a
desperate bid for freedom in the
antebellum South.

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A Gentleman in Moscow

Future Bestsellers

Harmony

Razor Girl

A Truck Full of Money

Carolyn Parkhurst

Carl Hiaasen

Tracy Kidder

Dear Mr. M
Herman Koch

HC: 978-0-399-56260-0
eBook: 978-0-399-56262-4
AD: 978-0-7352-8863-8
CD: 978-0-7352-8862-1
Pamela Dorman Books | 50,000
August 2, 2016

HC: 978-0-385-34974-1
eBook: 978-0-385-34975-8
AD: 978-0-385-39297-6
CD: 978-0-385-39296-9
LP: 978-0-7352-0600-7
Knopf | 300,000
September 6, 2016

HC: 978-0-8129-9524-4
eBook: 978-0-8129-9525-1
AD: 978-0-7352-1037-0
CD: 978-0-7352-1036-3
Random House | 100,000
September 6, 2016

HC: 978-1-101-90332-2
eBook: 978-1-101-90333-9
Hogarth | 100,000
September 6, 2016
The tour-de-force, hair-raising new
novel from Herman Koch, the New
York Times bestselling author of
The Dinner and Summer House
with Swimming Pool.

From the bestselling author of The
Dogs of Babel, a taut, emotionally
wrenching story of how a
seemingly "normal" family could
become desperate enough to leave
everything behind.

The new full-tilt, razor-sharp,
unstoppably hilarious and
entertaining novel from the bestselling author of Bad Monkey,
Star Island, and Nature Girl.

The eccentric, tech genius founder
of travel website Kayak, a poor boy
who became a billionaire and then
philanthropist, is at the center of
Pulitzer Prize-winner Kidder's new
riveting book about an
untraditional hero.

Hero of the Empire

Cooking for Jeffrey

Swing Time

Candice Millard

Ina Garten

Zadie Smith

George Saunders

HC: 978-0-385-53573-1
eBook: 978-0-385-53574-8
AD: 978-0-307-98809-6
CD: 978-0-307-98799-0
LP: 978-0-8041-9489-1
Doubleday | 200,000
September 20, 2016

HC: 978-0-307-46489-7
eBook: 978-0-8041-8703-9
Clarkson Potter | 1, 250,000
October 25, 2016

HC: 978-1-59420-398-5
eBook: 978-0-399-56431-4
AD: 978-0-7352-0564-2
CD: 978-0-7352-0563-5
LP: 978-1-5247-2319-4
Penguin Press | 200,000
November 15, 2016

HC: 978-0-8129-9534-3
eBook: 978-0-8129-9535-0
AD: 978-0-553-39760-4
CD: 978-0-553-39759-8
Random House | 100,000
January 3, 2017

From New York Times bestselling
author of Destiny of the Republic
and The River of Doubt, a thrilling
narrative of Winston Churchill's
extraordinary and little-known
exploits during the Boer War.

Beloved cookbook author Ina
Garten shares 85 never-beforepublished recipes she makes for
her husband, Jeffrey, that have
kept their marriage strong for
forty-six years and counting.

An ambitious, exuberant new novel
moving from North-West London to
West Africa, from the multi-awardwinning author of White Teeth
and On Beauty.

Lincoln in the Bardo

The captivating first novel by the
best-selling, National Book Award
nominee George Saunders, about
Abraham Lincoln and the death of
his eleven year old son, Willie, at
the dawn of the Civil War.

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