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49 new eBooks and audiobooks coming out March 14 – 20, 2023

By Kobo • March 14, 2023New eBooks and Audiobooks

New eBooks and audiobooks out this week

The heiress who was “famous for being famous” while dominating celebrity gossip for a decade tells her own story in Paris: The Memoir by Paris Hilton. Now 42, Hilton reveals details of her upbringing that swung between extremes of parental indulgence and trauma. It’s mostly subject matter addressed in the 2020 documentary This is Paris, which set out to look with fresh eyes on Hilton, but in the book we get a lot more of Hilton’s particular perspective, including her views of her present manifestation as an innovator and entrepreneur. Paris joins the recently-released Pamela Anderson memoir Love, Pamela, and 2020’s Open Book by pop & reality star Jessica Simpson among recent memoirs by misunderstood (and yes, imperfect—and blonde) women.

Thomas Wharton’s The Book of Rain braids together three narrative threads to tell the story of the disaster of River Meadows, a fictional mining town known for “ghost ore,” a highly valued energy source. One story is told by a man trying to find his animal-loving sister who refused to leave the disaster area, another is a trader of exotic and endangered species, and the third is a flock of birds. Wharton’s last novel for adults was 2001’s Salamander, a book about a printer specializing in novelty books who is commissioned by a Slovakian count to create “the infinite book.” Wharton spent the intervening years writing a trilogy of books for children, marking The Book of Rain as a return to form, a book with big ideas at its core—environmental degradation and capitalism—crafted with ambitious artistic literary goals.

Lee Mandelo’s Feed them Silence also plays with environmental and economic themes, telling the story of a scientist in the near future developing a neurological interface to experience the perceptions of a wolf—one of the last left in the wild. Dr Sean Kell-Luddon’s research is funded by venture capitalists whose goals may run contrary to hers, and as she obsesses over her research she strains her marriage to the breaking point. Mandelo is a major figure in speculative fiction whose 2021 novel Summer Sons was a Kobo Staff Pick

More books coming out March 14 – 20, 2023

🧰 Help and How-to

The Movement Miracle: The Essentrics Stretch Program to Increase Strength, Improve Mobility and Become Pain Free by Miranda Esmonde-White

Feel the Fear… and Do It Anyway: Revised & updated by Susan Jeffers

The Real Work: On the Mystery of Mastery by Adam Gopnik

How to Grow Your Small Business: A 6-Step Plan to Help Your Business Take Off by Donald Miller

Real Self-Care: A Transformative Program for Redefining Wellness (Crystals, Cleanses, and Bubble Baths Not Included) by Pooja Lakshmin MD

💡 Big Ideas

Dear Dolly: Collected Wisdom by Dolly Alderton

Flight Paths: How a Passionate and Quirky Group of Pioneering Scientists Solved the Mystery of Bird Migration by Rebecca Heisman

🗣 True Stories

Paris: The Memoir by Paris Hilton

The Longest Race: Inside the Secret World of Abuse, Doping, and Deception on Nike's Elite Running Team by Kara Goucher

Saved: A War Reporter's Mission to Make It Home by Benjamin Hall

Once Upon a Tome: The Misadventures of a Rare Bookseller by Oliver Darkshire

Song of the Sparrow: A Memoir by Tara MacLean

The Angel Makers: Arsenic, a Midwife, and Modern History's Most Astonishing Murder Ring by Patti McCracken

Leon Russell: The Master of Space and Time's Journey Through Rock & Roll History by Bill Janovitz

Ring of Fire: High-Stakes Mining in a Lowlands Wilderness by Virginia Heffernan

💘 Romance

Miss Flibbertigibbet and The Barbarian by Stephanie Laurens

Highland Guard by Elina Emerald

The Love Wager by Lynn Painter

A Vineyard Spring by Katie Winters

Bitter Medicine by Mia Tsai

Love and Other Flight Delays by Denise Williams

Love & Other Scams by Philip Ellis

🗡️ Action, Crime, and Mystery

I Will Find You by Harlan Coben

Countdown by James Patterson and Brendan DuBois

Collateral Damage by J.A. Jance

A Tempest at Sea by Sherry Thomas

Unglued (A Cora Shields Suspense Thriller—Book 5) by Blake Pierce

Vera Wong's Unsolicited Advice for Murderers by Jesse Q. Sutanto

🖊️ Literary & Contemporary Fiction

Hello Beautiful by Ann Napolitano

Eight Strings by Margaret DeRosia

The Book of Rain by Thomas Wharton

The Dog of the North by Elizabeth McKenzie

Our Best Intentions by Vibhuti Jain

Dust Child by Que Mai Phan Nguyen

✨ Fantasy, Horror, Sci-Fi, and Speculative Fiction

Antimatter Blues by Edward Ashton

Hope is the Thing With Feathers by Jeannette Bedard

The Dragon Eater by J. Scott Coatsworth

Feed Them Silence by Lee Mandelo

Warrior by Kylie Quillinan

Assassin of Reality by Marina & Sergey Dyachenko

Queen's Catacombs by Jordan H. Bartlett

The Crystal Key by Douglas Smith

🗯 Manga & Graphic Novels

On or Off, Volume 4 by A1

Call of the Night, Vol. 11 by Kotoyama

The Most Heretical Last Boss Queen: From Villainess to Savior (Manga) Vol. 3 by Tenichi

Fly Me to the Moon, Vol. 16 by Kenjiro Hata

The Dragon's Betrothed, Vol. 1 (Yaoi Manga) by Meguru Hinohara

I Didn't Mean to Fall in Love by Minta Suzumaru

The Weakest Tamer Began a Journey to Pick Up Trash (Light Novel) Vol. 3 by Honobonoru500

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