Shaunna E. Hunter

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Bewilderness

Tucker holds nothing back in this debut novel, describing addiction in unflinching terms, as well as human connection, vulnerability, and perseverance. The subject matter and descriptions in this book won’t be palatable to every reader, but those who finish this work won’t soon forget it.

Popisho

Xavier might be the main course of this tale, but there are many components here, including the role and power of women, broken government, poverty, prejudice, and judgment, all richly blended in an unforgettable work of magical realism by Ross (Come Let Us Sing Anyway).
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Leave the World Behind

Highly recommended and perfectly timed for today’s uncertain world. [See Prepub Alert, 4/1/2020.]

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In the Valley: Stories and a Novella Based on Serena

At turns dark, craggy, and heart-wrenching, Rash’s writing is never easy, but it is also lovely, moving, and rich in history and culture, just like the Appalachian region it so beautifully captures. Highly recommended for both those just discovering Rash and for returning readers. [See Prepub Alert, 2/4/20.]
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Thomas and Beal in the Midi

Lovely literary fiction for not only fans of Tilghman's previous work but for anyone interested in that age-old question, What is true love? [See Prepub Alert, 10/22/18.]
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Monterey Bay

Though set on the shores of Monterey Bay, this is no beach read. The language and descriptions are compelling, and while the subject matter won't be for everyone, the author has created an unforgettable debut. [See Prepub Alert, 2/1/16.]
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The Stargazer's Sister

This beautiful and unusual book about familial love, duty, and sacrifice is based on real-life individuals, and though the story of the Herschel siblings might not be well known, it's one worth discovering. [See Prepub Alert, 7/13/15.]
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The Black Snow

Following Red Sky in Morning, this novel is appropriately titled. Imagine a dark, damp, cold atmosphere pressing down on remote Irish farmland but also pulling the reader into the narrative of this Irish pastoral novel and into the bleak world of the Kane family. No light reading here but lovely in its own way.
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The Wolf Border

One of Granta's Best Young British Novelists, Hall (How To Paint a Dead Man) offers an earthy novel, successfully exploring ideas of family, maternity, personal demons, social class, and wilderness vs. urban development. Interesting and original, it should have wide appeal. [See Prepub Alert, 12/15/14.]
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