6/07/18 - Patt Morrison's Don't Stop the Presses
6/13/18 - Manuel Pastor's The State of Resistance
6/24/18 - Rima Fujita's The Day the Buddha Woke Up
6/26/18 - Nancy Balbirer's Marriage in Dog Years
6/27/18 - Joseph O'Neill's Good Trouble
Joseph O'Neill is the author of the novels The Dog, Netherland (which won the PEN/Faulkner Award for Fiction and the Kerry Group Irish Fiction Award), The Breezes, and This Is the Life. He has also written a family history, Blood-Dark Track.
6/28/18 - Cara Black's Murder on the Left Bank
4/02/18 - Ben Fritz's The Big Picture
4/03/18 - Abbi Waxman's Other People's Houses
4/04/18 - Adam Winkler's We the Corporations
Exposing the historical origins of Citizens United and Hobby Lobby, Adam Winkler explains how those controversial Supreme Court decisions extending free speech and religious liberty to corporations were the capstone of a centuries-long struggle over corporate personhood and constitutional protections for business.
4/05/18 - Todd Purdum's Something Wonderful
4/09/18 - Farrah Pen's 12 Steps to Normal
4/10/18 - Carol Muske-Dukes' Blue Rose
4/11/18 - Hannah Howard's Feast
4/12/18 - Tony Castro's Gehrig and the Babe
4/13/18 - Derek Haas's The Way I Die
The Way I Die is an explosive thriller from the acclaimed co-creator of "Chicago Fire" featuring his dynamic and compelling anti-hero, Columbus: It is the middle of February on Mackinac Island, a tiny community off the northern Michigan coast. But Columbus isn't here to enjoy the picturesque surroundings. Reeling after the death of his wife and relinquishing his son, he lives in isolation―in self-imposed punishment and exile.
4/24/18 - Wendy Mogel's Voice Lessons
Dr. Wendy Mogel’s New York Times bestselling The Blessing of a Skinned Knee is the bedside bible for a generation of parents. Several years ago, Mogel began giving “voice lessons” to parents who were struggling with their kids, demonstrating how a shift in tone, tempo and body language led to a surprising outcome: the children responded by communicating with more warmth, respect, and sincerity. As the parents found their voices, so did the children.
4/26/18 - Joe Donnelly's L.A. Man
4/29/18 - AJ Finn's The Woman in the Window
A. J. Finn has written for numerous publications, including the Los Angeles Times, the Washington Post, and the Times Literary Supplement (UK). His novel debut, The Woman in the Window, "is a smart, sophisticated novel of psychological suspense that recalls the best of Hitchcock" which follows a recluse's surmounting delusion and paranoia.
3/01/18 - Jerald Podair's City of Dreams
3/07/18 - Dr Michio Kaku's The Future of Humanity
In his latest book, Dr. Kaku explores what humanity will (and must) achieve in the coming centuries. He tackles the big topics: terraforming Mars, immortality, artificial intelligence, space travel, and, of course, aliens.
3/11/18 - Ashley Poston's The Heart of Iron
John August comes to Chevalier's Books to begin the travails of 12 year-old Arlo Finch, in Arlo Finch in the Valley of Fire. When Arlo moves to Pine Mountain, Colorado, he has no idea what's in store for him in this tiny town full of mystery and magic.