Barracoon: The Story of the Last “Black Cargo”
by Zora Neale Hurston

It is a story of a man Oluale Kossula, who is abducted from his village in West Africa at the age of 19 and sold to European slavers. The book also presents a discomforting interrogation of modern perceptions of the basic African Americans.

The Outsider
by Stephen King

King is best known for his work in thrillers, mystery and fiction. King’s latest release is focused on the murder of an 11-year-old boy in a town park and the witnesses point towards the town’s league coach as a culprit but DNA evidence confirm the crime was committed by family man.

The Missing Girl
by Jenny Quintana

Quintana’s debut is a thriller crime that portrays the disappearance of a teenager Gabriella Flores. Anna, Flores’ younger sister, is brokenhearted and leaves the town but she returns home after 30 years following her mother’s death and discovers the truth about her sister.

Tears of Salt: A Doctor's Story

by Pietro Bartolo Pietro Bartolo, a 25-year-old Italian physician contributes his life to the refugees that end up at Lampedusa, an island where the only clinic that operates is by Bartolo, whose dedication and humanity will inspire the readers.

You Think It, I'll Say It
by Curtis Sittenfeld

With the help of the ten stories in this book, Sittenfeld overturns assumptions about class, relationships, and gender roles in a nation that feels both drifting and viscerally distributed.