Stephanie Klose

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The Stranger Diaries

Griffiths's ("Ruth Galloway" and "Magic Men" series) first stand-alone novel is a modern gothic that updates and plays with genre conventions to great effect. Highly recommended for fans of British mysteries and classic whodunits. [See Prepub Alert, 9/10/18.]

The Lost Man

Even if readers guess why Cam died, they're likely to be kept guessing the how and the who until the end. Recommended for fans of the author and of mysteries set in rural communities. [See Prepub Alert, 8/13/18.]

Ottolenghi Simple: A Cookbook

Ottolenghi's many fans will want this book, but it will also appeal to home cooks looking for exciting, approachable recipes. An essential purchase.

Now & Again: Go-To Recipes, Inspired Menus, and Endless Ideas for Reinventing Leftovers

No one is better than Turshen at coming up with unpretentious, delicious, and approachable recipes for home cooks of varying skill levels. An essential purchase for circulating cookbook collections. [See "Editors' Fall Picks," LJ 8/18.]

The Witch Elm

French's slow-burning, character-driven examination of male privilege is timely, sharp, and meticulously crafted. Recommended for her legions of fans, as well as any readers of literary crime fiction.

Fall Editors' Picks


Print Pattern Sew: Block-Printing Basics + Simple Sewing Projects for an Inspired Wardrobe

This unique resource is an essential purchase for libraries where craft titles circulate well.

Crafting a Patterned Home: Painting, Printing, and Stitching Projects To Enliven Every Room

As the pendulum of home decor trends moves away from minimalism and back to color and pattern, Nicholas is the cheerful, inspiring guide to maximalism we all need.

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