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STAFF PICKS

A Little Devil in America

By Hanif Abdurraqib

When I read Hanif Abdurraqib, I find myself constantly wanting to share passages and ideas with friends. With artful and passionate prose, poetry and thought, on topics both timeless and timely, personal and communal, Hanif Abdurraqib has quickly become one of my favorite writers, and it feels as if he might just be getting started. –Sara, Atlanta

 

 
 
 
 

The Darkness Knows

By Arnaldur Indridason

The intricate plot of The Darkness Knows unravels at the slow-burn pace typical of Nordic Noir. A retired detective haunted by a cold (in more ways than one) case, navigates not only the tangled web of 30-year-old evidence, but also his personal grief and memories attached to a recent loss. Each character is, in their own way, plagued with personal demons, tragedy, and the lasting effects of Iceland’s financial collapse. Indridason’s writing brings Iceland to life, from the desolate, baron ice caps to the crowded city streets, and shows how the globalization of Iceland have impacted its insular, formally isolated community. A great read; I look forward to seeing where this Konrad series goes next. –Russell, Charleston

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READ of the MONTH

Bewilderment

By Richard Powers

Bewilderment is a short and intensely emotional novel, direct and intimate, focused on Theo, an astrophysicist imagining life on other planets, and his son Robin, suffering from autism-like conditions after the death of his mother, an animal rights activist. Set in contemporary America, referencing Flowers for Algernon, it also serves as a rich allegory for society, all its infuriating conundrums, our human potential, and our helplessness. It is a thoughtful, angry, wistful, beautiful tribute to kindness, empathy, intellectual & philosophical exploration, and to meaningful connection. -Sara, Senior Vice President, Books

**A New York Times Bestseller**

 

 
 
 
 

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