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The Garden House

For readers who will enjoy an emotionally complex story that asks the question: Who across the generations has the right to find love and be happy?

Golden Girl

Another great read from Hilderbrand, sure to please her many fans and new readers alike.

Confessions from the Quilting Circle

As a heartwarming metaphor for families being stitched together out of different and imperfect pieces, this book will suit fans of romance who enjoy flawed but relatable characters.

Excuse Me While I Disappear: Stories

Of interest to readers who enjoy short stories, particularly those who are interested in the history of Europe and the history of bookmaking and literacy.

My Name Is Anton

Readers who want tales of love, family, and emotional strength in the face of hardship will cheer on Anton, Edith, and their efforts to create a family in the midst of pain. A great choice for fans of Hyde and a fine introduction to Hyde’s brand of uplifting story of people thrown together by chance and united by love.

All Girls

An important take on sexuality and #MeToo from the perspective of the young, including many references to pop culture and social media.

The Curious Heart of Ailsa Rae

Readers will learn about transplanation as they cheer on Ailsa as she starts a job and a relationship, chooses a career path, and deals with the complexities of family.

Have You Seen Luis Velez?

This touching portrait of Raymond's sorrow, and his quest for understanding the world and why it seems so unfair, is a solid choice for book groups with a lot of important issues to discuss.

Stay Up with Hugo Best

This poignant first novel will especially appeal to young people trying to make it in a confusing world. [See Prepub Alert, 10/15/18.]

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