Selected new titles appearing next Tuesday, February 26:
I.M.: A Memoir by Isaac Mizrahi (Flatiron, $28.99, 9781250074089) is the memoir of a fashion designer.
Say Nothing: A True Story of Murder and Memory in Northern Ireland by Patrick Radden Keefe (Doubleday, $28.95, 9780385521314) explores the Troubles through the murder of a mother of 10.
We Must Be Brave by Frances Liardet (Putnam, $27, 9780735218864) takes place in Britain during World War II, where a woman adopts a supposedly orphaned evacuee.
Nervous States: Democracy and the Decline of Reason by William Davies (Norton, $27.95, 9780393635386) chronicles the rise of anxiety as a decision-making tool.
The Border: A Novel by Don Winslow (Morrow, $28.99, 9780062664488) concludes the Cartel trilogy.
Lety Out Loud by Angela Cervantes (Scholastic, $16.99, 9781338159349) is a return to the world of Gaby, Lost and Found.
The Dysasters by P.C. Cast and Kristin Cast (Wednesday Books, $19.99, 9781250141040) is the first in the authors' new paranormal young adult series.
Caribbean Rim (A Doc Ford Novel) by Randy Wayne White (Putnam, $9.99, 9780735212794).
Turbulence (A Stone Barrington Novel) by Stuart Woods (Putnam, $9.99, 9780735219205).
The Reconciliation by Susan Lantz Simpson (Zebra, $7.99, 9781420146646).
The Irishman's Daughter by V.S. Alexander (Kensington, $15.95, 9781496712295).
Transit, based on the novel by Anna Seghers, opens March 1. This French film takes place in World War II-era Marseilles, where a refugee assumes the identity of a young woman's husband.