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The Lost Orphan

Halls’s (The Familiars) mysterious tale is full of intrigue. The characters are quirky, and their personalities will keep readers invested. The Georgian setting also plays a huge role, as does the formidable hospital. This is a page-turner with a satisfying and harmonious ending.
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The Summer Villa

Readers looking for a tale about women, with the help of their friends, overcoming obstacles to find the life they’ll love will enjoy Hill’s latest (after Keep You Safe).
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East Coast Girls

Kletter’s (The First Time She Drowned) storytelling skill is evidenced in her superb pacing as she reveals what happened that fateful night. Told by alternating narrators and weaving between past and present, this is tailor-made for book clubs, and for those looking for character-driven plots with a female ensemble. [See Prepub Alert, 11/11/19.]
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One Perfect Summer

Filled with intense life conflicts that avoid being over-the-top, this heartwarming story of sisters who bond as adults is sure to please the many fans of Novak (“Evelyn Talbot” series; Before We Were Strangers) as well as those who enjoy books by Susan Mallery and Debbie Macomber. [See Prepub Alert, 10/14/19.]
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The Henna Artist

An uplifting tale that highlights the power of family. For fans of Shobha Rao’s Girls Burn Brighter and the novels of Kristin Hannah. [See Prepub Alert, 9/16/19.]
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The Third To Die

Brennan is well known for her psychological thrillers and this is another great addition that will be enjoyed by mystery and psychological thriller readers. [See Prepub Alert, 7/29/19.]
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Sisters by Choice

If readers don’t mind the toxic relationships and heated arguments that dominate the story, there is still the happy ending to look forward to, and three endearing main characters to root for. [See Prepub Alert, 8/12/19.]
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The Turn of Midnight

Meticulously researched, Walters’s novel brilliantly depicts the lives of serfs, soldiers, nobility, and clergy and the roles they played in medieval European history, as well as the devastation caused by the loss of so many people. [See Prepub Alert, 2/18/19.]
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Crashing the A-List

Heacock’s (The Awkward Path to Getting Lucky) sophomore novel draws on the fun of screwball romantic comedies while centering her characters’ relatable issues to create a compelling read. The ending feels a touch unearned with Caspian’s bad behavior overcome so quickly, but Clara’s rise from beginning to end is worth it.

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