The Clockmaker's Daughter by Kate Morton (October 9th)
In 1862 England, a group of artists convene at a country home. By the end of their summer, a woman has been murdered and an heirloom is missing. A curious young archivist finds clues to the incident over a century later. Will she be able to solve the long forgotten mystery?
Melmoth by Sarah Perry (October 16th)
Helen Franklin left England to be a translator in Prague, where she's found a makeshift home and family. When her friend Karel discovers a strange letter in the library warning of the dangers of "Melmoth the Witness", Helen's world turns upside down. Is she being watched, or is this just the strangeness of an unfamiliar city?
Elevation by Stephen King (October 30th)
Scott Carey doesn't look much different right now but he has been steadily losing weight and no one can figure out why. Strangely enough, Scott's mysterious illness has brought together the most unlikely residents of Castle Rock
Nine Perfect Strangers by Liane Moriarty (November 6th)
Nine people are at a remote health resort for reasons of their own. While they are all there for some sort of personal growth and respite, no one anticipated the challenges they would face.
Night of Miracles by Elizabeth Berg (November 13th)
Tragedy strikes the residents of Mason, Missouri, not long after a new family moves to town. It's up to popular baking teacher, Lucille Howard, and other members of the community to band together.
Fire & Blood: 300 Years Before A Game of Thrones (A Targaryen History) (November 20th)
It's not the long anticipated Winds of Winter but fans of A Game of Thrones will not want to miss this book detailing the history of the Targaryen dynasty, starting with the story of Aegon the Conquerer.
Which of these books are you putting on your "to be read" list? Was there an upcoming release I didn't mention? Let us know!