There is no problem that a library card can't solve.
The Andreas family is one of readers. Their father, a renowned
Shakespeare professor who speaks almost entirely in verse, has named his
three daughters after famous Shakespearean women. When the sisters
return to their childhood home, ostensibly to care for their ailing
mother, but really to lick their wounds and bury their secrets, they are
horrified to find the others there. See, we love each other. We just don't happen to like each other very much.
But the sisters soon discover that everything they've been running
from-one another, their small hometown, and themselves-might offer more
than they ever expected. Find out what happens in The Weird Sisters (Berkley Trade, $15) by Eleanor Brown.
Gloriously unrepentant Florida serial killer Serge Storms is back—and he’s finagled his way into becoming a secret agent in Miami—in another outrageous crime comedy from New York Timesbestselling author, Tim Dorsey. In Pineapple Grenade, (William Morrow, $25.99), the incomparable Serge takes up spying for the president of a banana republic, and now Homeland Security wants to bring him down. It’s always a wild ride when Dorsey’s at the wheel, and withPineapple Grenade he delivers his most explosively hilarious road trip to date.