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THE MID­NIGHT LINE (Bantam, $17). By Lee Child. Jack Reacher seeks jus­tice amid an opi­oid cri­sis.

CRAZY RICH ASIANS (An­chor, $16). By Kevin Kwan. An Asian Amer­i­can woman is in­tro­duced to the high­so­ci­ety life of wealthy Asians.

SOME­ONE TO CARE (Berkley, $7.99). By Mary Balogh. A wi­dow runs away with a no­to­ri­ous wom­an­izer.

INTO THE WA­TER (River­head, $16). By Paula Hawkins. A woman re­turns to her home town to care for her niece and find out who killed her sis­ter.

TWO KINDS OF TRUTH (Grand Cen­tral, $15.99). By Michael Con­nelly. Harry Bosch, un­der­cover to solve a case about pre­scrip­tion drug abuse, is ac­cused of fram­ing an im­pris­oned killer.

GLASS HOUSES: A CHIEF IN­SPEC­TOR GAMACHE NOVEL (Mino­taur, $16.99). By Louise Penny. Dur­ing a mur­der trial, Chief In­spec­tor Gamache is haunted by a mys­te­ri­ous fig­ure he saw months be­fore.

COME SUN­DOWN (St. Martin’s Grif­fin, $17.99). By Nora Roberts. A rancher and her hired hand dis­cover a body and are suspected of mur­der.

THE SUN AND HER FLOW­ERS (An­drews McMeel, $16.99). By Rupi Kaur. A po­etry col­lec­tion about love.

PACHINKO (Grand Cen­tral, $15.99). By Min Jin Lee. A poor Korean fam­ily tries to make it in Ja­pan.

MILK AND HONEY (An­drews McMeel, $14.99). By Rupi Kaur. A col­lec­tion of po­etry and prose about sur­vival.

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