New releases for week of March 31

  Here’s a look at what books are being released this week.
  In his latest thriller, “Long Lost,” best-selling author Harlan Coben returns to the world of Myron Bolitar.
  This time around, Myron gets wrapped up in a case full of buried secrets when his former flame, Terese Collins, calls him and asks him to meet her in Paris. She’s desperate for help after being named a suspect in the murder of her ex-husband, Rick.
  Myron agrees to help, and soon finds himself the target of terrorists as he tries to unravel the mystery surrounding Rick’s death, including whether Terese’s daughter, killed in a fatal accident, might still be alive.
  On the nonfiction front, actor Michael J. Fox recounts the past decade of his life in “Always Looking Up: The Adventures of an Incurable Optimist,” which follows his journey of self-discovery as he has struggled with Parkinson’s disease.
    Also hitting shelves this week: “Dear Husband” by Joyce Carol Oates; “Seven for a Secret (New Amsterdam, Book 2)” by Elizabeth Bear; “Breaking the Slump: How Great Players Survived Their Darkest Moments in Golf — And What You Can Learn from Them” by Jimmy Roberts; “Color of Lightning” by Paulette Jiles; “Skunk Girl” by Sheba Karim; “Crazy Love” by Leslie Morgan Steiner; “Smoke” by Mavis Jukes; “Castle” by J. Robert Lennon; “Encyclopedia of Crafts: An A-to-Z Guide with Detailed Instructions and Endless Inspiration” by Martha Stewart Living Magazine Staff; “Shadow and Light” by Jonathan Rabb; “Lavender Morning” by Jude Deveraux; “Trust Me” by Peter Leonard; “A Reliable Wife” by Robert Goolrick; “Creature of the Night” by Kate Thompson; “The Killing Way” by Tony Hays; and “Malice” by Lisa Jackson.

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