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I’VE GOT YOU UNDER MY SKIN, by Mary Higgins Clark.  The producer of a true-crime show must contend with participants with secrets as well as her husband’s murderer. FLASH BOYS, by Michael Lewis.  The world of high-frequency computer-driven trading, from the author of “Liar’s Poker.”
KEEP QUIET, by Lisa Scottoline.  A father hides a terrible secret to protect his son. FACE THE MUSIC, by Paul Stanley.  A memoir by the Kiss rhythm guitarist.
CARNAL CURIOSITY, by Stuart Woods.  In the 29th Stone Barrington novel, the New York lawyer confronts thieves who can bypass high-end security systems. THRIVE, by Arianna S. Huffington.  Personal well-being as the indispensable third measure — after money and power — of success.
THE GOLDFINCH, by Donna Tartt.  A painting smuggled out of the Metropolitan Museum of Art after a bombing becomes a boy’s prize, guilt and burden. BIG TENT, edited by Mallory Factor and Elizabeth Factor.  Essays by well-known conservatives explain how the movement developed.
NYPD RED 2, by James Patterson and Marshall Karp.  Detective Zach Jordan and his partner are called when the body of a wealthy woman is discovered on the Central Park carousel; the second book in a new series. 10% HAPPIER, by Dan Harris.  A co-anchor of “Nightline” reports on the science and spiritual basis of meditation and how it has improved his life.
MISSING YOU, by Harlan Coben.  Kat Donovan, and N.Y.P.D. detective, searches for the ex-fiance who left her years before; her father’s murderer; and the reason the users of an online dating site are disappearing. KILLING JESUS, by Bill O’Reilly and Martin Dugard. Jesus’ life and times, and the events leading up to his execution.
THE INVENTION OF WINGS, by Sue Monk Kidd. The relationship between a wealthy Charleston girl, Sarah Grimke, who will grow up to become a prominent abolitionist and the slave she is given for her 11th birthday. CREATIVITY, INC., by Ed Catmull with Amy Wallace.  How managers can develop an environment that promotes creativity, by the co-founder and president of Pixar Animation.
THE KING, by J.R. Ward.  Book 12 of the Black Dagger Brotherhood series. THE DIVIDE, by Matt Taibbi.  How economic inequality has created separate systems of justice for the rich and poor.
IN PARADISE, by Peter Matthiessen.  A middle-aged literature professor becomes involved in a weeklong Zen retreat taking place at Auschwitz in 1996. LOVE LIFE, by Rob Lowe.  The actor’s second book of stories and observations.
MISS JULIA’S MARVELOUS MAKEOVER, by Ann B. Ross.  In the 15th novel in a series, the outspoken Miss Julia of Abbotsville, N.C., must help “spruce up” the surly teenage granddaughter of a distant cousin. CALL TO ACTION, by Jimmy Carter.  The former president denounces discrimination and violence against women.
BE CAREFUL WHAT YOU WISH FOR, by Jeffrey Archer.  The Clifton Chronicles reach the 1960s in the fourth volume of the series. THE OPPOSITE OF LONELINESS, by Marina Keegan.  Essays and stories by a promising young writer who died in a car crash several days after her college graduation in 2012.
THE HUSBAND’S SECRET, by Liane Moriarty.  A woman’s life is upended when she discovers a letter she was not meant to read. UNBROKEN, by Laura Hillenbrand.  An Olympic runner’s story of survival as a prisoner of the Japanese in World War II after his plane went down over the Pacific.
BLOSSOM STREET BRIDES, by Debbie Macomber.  Three women’s lives intersect around a Seattle knitting store; a Blossom Street novel. LEAN IN, by Sheryl Sandberg with Nell Scovell.  The chief operating officer of Facebook urges women to pursue their careers without ambivalence.
BY ITS COVER, by Donna Leon.  Commissario Guido Brunetti investigates the theft of books from a library and the murder of one of its patrons. LIVING WITH A WILD GOD, by Barbara Ehrenreich.  The author of “Nickel and Dimed” recalls adolescent mystical experiences and reflects on science, religion and life’s meaning.
FROG MUSIC, by Emma Donoghue.  A murder mystery set in San Francisco in 1876, when the city is in the grip of a smallpox epidemic and a heat wave. DAVID AND GOLIATH, by Malcolm Gladwell. How disadvantages can work in our favor; from Tthe author of “The Tipping Point” and “Outliers.”