Staff Shares: Most Anticipated Books of 2022

A new year means new books! To celebrate the start of 2022, a few staff members shared the 2022 releases they’re most excited for.

(Most books set for release through May are already available in our online catalog and can be placed on hold by clicking the book title!)

Fantasy

The Bone Orchard by Sara A. Mueller

Release month: March
Who’s excited for this: Sarah F., Cataloger

Locklands (Founders #3) by Robert Jackson Bennett

Release month: June
Who’s excited for this: Sarah F., Cataloger

Moon Witch, Spider King (The Dark Star #2) by Marlon James

Release month: February
Who’s excited for this: Sarah F., Cataloger

 

Fiction

Cleopatra and Frankenstein by Coco Mellors

Release month: February
Who’s excited for this: Sarah F., Cataloger

The Devil’s Dictionary by Steven Kotler

Release month: April
Who’s excited for this: Sarah F., Cataloger

The Family Chao by Lan Samantha Chang

Release month: February
Who’s excited for this: Sarah F., Cataloger

Sister Stardust by Jane Green

Release month: April
Who’s excited for this: Dawn R., Adult Services Manager

This Time Tomorrow by Emma Straub

Release month: May
Who’s excited for this: Stephanie S., Adult Services Librarian

Tracy Flick Can’t Win by Tom Perrotta

Release month: June
Who’s excited for this: Dawn R., Adult Services Manager and Stephanie S., Adult Services Librarian

Ymir by Rich Larson

Release month: July
Who’s excited for this: Sarah F., Cataloger

 

Mystery/Thriller

The Book of Cold Cases by Simone St. James

Release month: March
Who’s excited for this: Miranda C., Cataloger

The Children on the Hill by Jennifer McMahon

Release month: April
Who’s excited for this: Dawn R., Adult Services Manager

Devil House by John Darnielle

Release month: January
Who’s excited for this: Miranda C., Cataloger

Harlem Sunset (Harlem Renaissance Mystery #2) by Nekesa Afia

Release month: June
Who’s excited for this: Miranda C., Cataloger

The House Across the Lake by Riley Sager

Release month: July
Who’s excited for this: Dawn R., Adult Services Manager

Just Like Home by Sarah Gailey

Release month: July
Who’s excited for this: Sarah F., Cataloger

A Map for the Missing by Gelinda Huijuan Tang

Release month: August
Who’s excited for this: Sarah F., Cataloger

The Pallbearers Club by Paul Tremblay

Release Month: July
Who’s excited for this: Miranda C., Cataloger

 

Nonfiction

The Nineties by Chuck Closterman

Release month: February
Who’s excited for this: Dawn R., Adult Services Manager and Stephanie S., Adult Services Librarian

Unmasked: My Life Solving America’s Cold Cases by Paul Holes

Release month: April
Who’s excited for this: Sarah F., Cataloger

 

Young Adult

Café con Lychee by Emery Lee

Release month: May
Who’s excited for this: Amanda W., Communications Assistant

Rivals (American Royals #3) by Katharine McGee

Release month: May
Who’s excited for this: Amanda W., Communications Assistant

Serendipity by Marissa Meyer

Release month: January
Who’s excited for this: Amanda W., Communications Assistant

When You Get the Chance by Emma Lord

Release month: January
Who’s excited for this: Amanda W., Communications Assistant

 

 

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