10 best books of September 2016, according to Amazon's editors

With a chill in the air, it's the perfect time to head back into the house and curl up under a blanket with a good book. Looking for a captivating novel? Intriguing nonfiction? You're sure to find something that suits your interests on this list of the 10 best books to be released this month, compiled by Amazon editors. Amazon senior editor Chris Schluep also offers his thoughts on various titles.

1. 'Mischling,' by Affinity Konar

This new novel by Konar (author of "The Illustrated Version of Things") tells the story of Stasha and Pearl, twins who are sent to Auschwitz and become subjects of experiments by Josef Mengele. While the book obviously has some very troubling themes, it "also manages to be uplifting at the same time," Schluep says. "...She's a beautiful, precise writer."

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