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The Lost Carousel of Provence

There's something for everyone: history, romance, and a touch of mystery. ["Highlighting various perspectives throughout the last century…Blackwell successfully crafts multiple mysteries in several time periods, all surrounding one family": LJ 8/18 review of the Berkley hc.]

Black Swan Rising

Listeners will enjoy this story of smart, capable women standing up for themselves. It's thrilling, suspenseful, and thought provoking. Highly recommended.—Judy Murray, Monroe Cty. Lib. Syst., Temperance, MI

The Life List of Adrian Mandrick

Though White's debut is set in the somewhat esoteric birding world, most listeners have known an Adrian. Highly recommended. ["This engaging, unusual novel successfully combines the best elements of a psychological portrait, a travel adventure, and a suspenseful mystery": LJ 2/1/18 starred review of the Touchstone hc.]

Everyone Knows You Go Home

Expertly narrated, this timely multigenerational immigrant story explores the unique challenges families face while examining the corrosiveness of secrets and the redemptive power of forgiveness. Highly recommended.

The Long Deception

Perfect for fans of Paula Hawkins's The Girl on the Train and A.J. Finn's The Woman in the Window. Recommended. ["Lyrical writing, witty dialog, and some characters' dishonesty will intrigue fans of Liane Moriarty": LJ 1/18 review of the Little A: Amazon hc.]

The Yellow Wallpaper

For those interested in early feminist literature, pair this recording with Kim Basinger's interpretation of Kate Chopin's The Awakening.

Daughter of a Thousand Years

Listeners are in good hands as Kowal brings to life Carosella's compelling Viking story. The author deftly connects this classic myth to present-day issues. Recommended.

Hey Harry, Hey Matilda

Fliakos/Sieh enable listeners to feel they know these siblings. Nick Hornby fans will enjoy this engaging but somewhat distressing debut. ["A fun, quirky read that is perfect for those who enjoy a good dose of laughter with their familial fiction": LJ 12/16 review of the Doubleday hc.]

Swing Time

Actress Pippa Bennett-Warner expertly captures the voice of the two girls as well as the dialect and intonation of a multitude of secondary characters in this global story. Highly recommended." ["A rich and sensitive drama…for all readers": LJ 9/15/16 starred review of the Penguin hc.]

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