Catcher in the Rye by J.D. Salinger and Peter Pan by J.M. Barrie

”They couldn’t be more different in content and voice, but they are both the same at their core—they are both about the protection of children and preserving the innocence of youth, which is a topic that I find so compelling, as it is what every human being wants in their heart of hearts.”



The Last Thing I Told You: A Novel  by Emily Arsenault. Publishing July 24 

Unravel the mysterious murder of therapist Dr. Mark Fabian. Nadine Raines, Fabian’s former patient of twenty years with a criminal past, had coincidentally returned to town two days prior to his fatality and claims to be talking to him…in her head? Her file, as well as one belonging to former patient and perpetrator of the town’s mass shooting five years ago, Johnny Streeter, had been pulled at the scene.  

Rise: Life Lessons in Speaking Out, Standing Tall & Leading the Way, by Gina Miller.  Publishing August 30

Notorious for her heavy engagement with the British government and Parliament during the Brexit conflict, and the controversy over whether the United Kingdom should withdraw from the European Union, entrepreneur Gina Miller recounts in her memoir her experiences fighting injustice and both the sexist and racist harassment she faced as a result. She details the traumas, failures and triumphs that have shaped her into the powerful woman that she is today. 

Sea Witch, Sarah Henning. Publishing July 31

At the intersection of Wicked and The Little Mermaid is a tale that steers away from the Disney cliches of the prince, princess and true love’s kiss. Before Ariel, there was Evie and her best friend Anna, taken by the sea. But when Anna seems to reappear from the waves, Evie must summon all her powers to save her new friend and her own Prince Charming before a terrible secret is out.