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THE WHISTLER (Ban­tam, $17). By John Gr­isham. An in­ves­ti­ga­tor with the Florida Board on Ju­di­cial Con­duct re­ceives in­for­ma­tion from a whistle­blower that ac­cuses judges across the coun­try.

THE WOMAN IN CABIN 10 (Gallery/Scout, $16). By Ruth Ware. A travel writer on a cruise searches for a miss­ing woman no one else saw.

TRULY MADLY GUILTY (Flat­iron Books, $16.99). By Liane Mo­ri­arty. A last-minute bar­be­cue in­vi­ta­tion leads to be­trayal, lust and in­trigue among a pair of cou­ples.

READY PLAYER ONE (Broad­way Books, $16). By Ernest Cline. In a fu­ture where peo­ple spend more time in vir­tual re­al­ity, a con­test turns deadly and con­tes­tants con­front what they are try­ing to hide from.

THE HAND­MAID’S TALE (An­chor, $15.95). By Mar­garet At­wood. A dystopian novel set in a theo­cratic-to­tal­i­tar­ian state.

LILAC GIRLS (Bal­lan­tine, $17). By Martha Hall Kelly. The lives of three women are disrupted by the out­break of World War II.

ALL THE LIGHT WE CAN­NOT SEE (Scrib­ner, $17). By An­thony Do­err. A story of two chil­dren whose paths col­lide dur­ing World War II.

BE­HIND CLOSED DOORS (St. Martin’s Grif­fin, $16.99). By B.A. Paris. A do­mes­tic thriller about a cou­ple that ap­pears to have it all.

THE CARTEL 7: ILLUMINATI: ROUND­TABLE OF BOSSES (St. Martin’s Grif­fin, $15.99). By Ash­ley & JaQuavis. A gang leader is at a low — his wife is in prison, his brother is dead, and his gang is no longer on top — when he is ap­proached to dis­trib­ute a new drug in re­turn for his wife’s free­dom.

THE COU­PLE NEXT DOOR (Pen­guin, $16). By Shari Lapena. A fam­ily un­rav­els af­ter a hor­ri­ble crime at a din­ner party.

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