Just in: new stories by popular authors. “The Great Alone” is Kristen Hannah’s first story since the bestselling “The Nightingale”. In 1974, a Vietnam vet inherits a homestead from a fallen comrade and moves his family to Alaska. Unfortunately, the stark landscape, which was supposed to grant him a measure of peace, instead brings out his paranoia, leaving it for his wife and daughterto pick up the pieces. Kirkus reviews calls this one a “tour de force”. In “Still Me” by Jojo Moyes, Louisa Clark, heroine of “Me Before You”, arrives in New York, eager to start a new life. She must juggle the demands of her employers, the strain of a long-stance relationship, and an awkward encounter with a someone from her past. Readers can expect “tears and belly laughs” (Cosmo).