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The Savage Kind

Copenhaver’s latest is jam-packed with noir themes and plot twists. Sure to please fans of queer fiction and twisty mysteries.

Our American Friend

Viewers who followed the TV series The Americans will recognize and enjoy its thrilling hallmarks in this exciting novel about the erstwhile first couple.

The Paris Connection

A lighthearted, charming romance that readers will fall in love with; those with wanderlust will want to plan a trip to Paris. Fans of Josie Silver’s One Day in December will be keen to read Brown’s debut.

Match Made in Paradise

Dunlop’s (An Unlikely Match) promising introduction to her new “Paradise, Alaska” series gives a fresh angle to the classic misfit couple romance with a twist. Readers will enjoy the layered characters and instant chemistry of Mia and Silas. Fans of Susan Elizabeth Phillips will enjoy Dunlop’s latest fish-out-of-water book.

Made in China: A Memoir of Love and Labor

A nuanced examination of complicated ripple effects of intergenerational emigration. A powerful memoir of finding self-worth.


Women who have grappled with the pressure to have children might find Guertin’s latest book relatable. It’s a light and breezy read packed with laughter, drama, and spice.

Let’s Talk about Hard Things

Besides listeners of her podcast, this will appeal to any adult struggling to broach these topics.

Great Women’s Speeches: Empowering Voices That Engage and Inspire

Originally published in 2019 as So Here I Am, this quick, inspiring read is recommended for purchase by libraries that don’t own the original release.

A Wicked Conceit

The book’s many ahistorical references impede the willing suspension of disbelief necessary to enjoy a historical mystery. It’s a Georgian Scotland with a 21st-century mindset. However, like the other books in Huber’s popular series, it is a well-plotted mystery that deepens even as the twists keep coming.


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