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Mom Jeans and Other Mistakes

Readers of this hilarious, heartfelt novel will feel like they’re chatting with their BFF. It dives deep into family issues but keeps readers on their toes as Jude and Lauren deal with what life throws at them.
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My Sweet Girl

In her debut novel, Sri Lanka–based Jayatissa is a master of first-person narration as she delves into questions of identity--how individuals perceive themselves, and the tendency not to see others for who they really are. Her fast-paced mystery, with an unreliable but sympathetic narrator, will hook readers from the very beginning, but the twist ending might leave them disappointed and unsatisfied; the frequent profanity may also be problematic for some readers.

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Well Matched

Readers won’t want to put this novel down once they start and will clamor for more as soon as they finish. Recommended for public libraries.
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Delia Suits Up

This clever and funny first-person “I woke up like this!” novel is Aksel’s first for a major publisher. Although the wrap-up is too tidy, and she spends too much time describing what it’s like to be a man in the physical sense, her descriptions of Delia’s experiences as a man in the workplace are thought-provoking. For fans of chick lit who are able to majorly suspend their disbelief.
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The Lighthouse Witches

Told in alternating perspectives that jump back and forth between decades, this chilling tale weaves a web of superstition and truth that fans of Gothic horror won’t want to miss.
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Murder Always Barks Twice

Fans of dog-centric cozy mysteries will thoroughly enjoy this charming crime-solving duo and the enchanting Cornish setting.

What the Cat Dragged In

The 14th “Cat in the Stacks” mystery (after Cat Me If You Can), with its family stories, descriptions of meals, and two cats, might be the most satisfying in the series for regular readers.
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How To Kill Your Best Friend

Elliott’s latest (after The Missing Years) is a great thriller with lots of red herrings and a blindsider of a twist ending.

The Love Hypothesis

A realistic, amusing novel that readers won’t be able to put down. Highly recommended for all collections.
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