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But she doesn’t have a clue who her father is, why her mother chose to live as a recluse with an invented name or how she’ll ever have a normal life. A glancing encounter with a German peace activist leads Pip to an internship in South Americawith The Sunlight Project, an organization that traffics in all the secrets of the world—including, Pip hopes, the secret of her origins.When the sheriff enlists her help in convicting the men, Constance is forced to confront her past and defend her family—and she does it in a way that few women of 1914 would have dared. Purity by Jonathan Franzen Release Date: September 1st from Farrar, Straus and Giroux Why You’ll Love It: Those outside of the reading community no longer know Jonathan Franzen as “the novelist who pissed off Oprah big-time.” Now, he’s “the dude who almost adopted an Iraqi war orphan to understand young people,” but among the noise, Franzen has also gifted readers everywhere with two of literature’s most-discussed, recent American novels.The Corrections and Freedom were heralded for their entertaining explorations of modern families—whether it was through the eyes of retired, Parkinson’s-afflicted Alfred Lambert in The Corrections or the journaling of college basketball star-turned-housewife Patty in Freedom.From Margaret Atwood’s dystopian thriller to Jim Butcher’s new steampunk/fantasy series, this month’s new releases deliver adventure and intrigue.We’ve rounded up the 15 books we were most excited to read, including 11 novels, three nonfiction titles and one huge encyclopedia featuring Bill Murray Check out our picks below, then leave a comment describing the books you want to read. Girl Waits with Gun by Amy Stewart Release Date: September 1st from Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Why You’ll Love It: With a title ripped straight from a 1914 newspaper headline, Amy Stewart’s Girl Waits with Gun is billed as the hair-raising, violent adventures of one of America’s first female deputy sheriffs.