Beth Gibbs

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Her Perfect Life

Everyone’s life has some secrets, even the life you think is perfectly charmed. YA author Taylor’s first work of adult fiction will command readers’ attention and hearts with this engrossing tale of two very different sisters.

The Paris Hours

George has captured the ethos of 1920s Paris with a feel similar to Anthony Doerr’s All the Light We Cannot See. This title is not to be missed.
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Saving Ruby King

A fresh look into the church community of Chicago’s South Side with a bold female perspective. Does the church offer sanctuary or bury harmful secrets within its stately walls? [See Prepub Alert, 12/2/19.]

House of Trelawney

This modern-day Downton Abbey, full of family dysfunction and love, is just as addictive as the TV series. [See Prepub Alert, 8/12/19.]
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Big Familia

This debut novel from Rad Dad ‘zine editor Moniz is a sweet look at a multilayered modern family and Juan’s possibilities at the precipice of his complicated life. Recommended for readers of domestic fiction with an urban/modern twist, like the works of Stephen McCauley.
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Opioid, Indiana

Like his all-knowing young protagonist, Carr (Slip; Vampire Conditions) is a writer of modern, crisp, and quick prose. This latest novel presents a fresh twist on today’s teenager in a wasteland of drugs and economic hardship.
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Time After Time

In the vein of Audrey Niffenegger's The Time Traveler's Wife, this sweetly told tale explores love within restraints such as time, aging, location, and social class divisions.
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Laurentian Divide

Stonich's hefty, strikingly descriptive writing captures the stark, dangerous yet undeniably beautiful land and waters of the area. Her characters leap off the page and linger in readers' minds. Since most people in the country are unfamiliar with the harsh conditions that the folks in northern Minnesota face, this novel is a gust of fresh icy air that is emotional, diverse, and enlightening.
PREMIUM

Laurentian Divide

Stonich's hefty, strikingly descriptive writing captures the stark, dangerous yet undeniably beautiful land and waters of the area. Her characters leap off the page and linger in readers' minds. Since most people in the country are unfamiliar with the harsh conditions that the folks in northern Minnesota face, this novel is a gust of fresh icy air that is emotional, diverse, and enlightening.

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