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Mesa Verde Victim

Suggest for readers who appreciate history mixed with natural wonders in a fast-paced book. Fans of Mary Anna Evans’s archaeological mysteries will enjoy this series.

Fire in the Blood

Fans of Michael Connelly’s “Harry Bosch” series will appreciate Coop’s brusque, principled personality. [See Prepub Alert, 1/29/20.]

Lost Souls at the Neptune Inn

Carter (We Were Strangers Once) writes movingly of a time when gender roles were clearly defined and stepping outside the norm was taboo. This title will appeal to women’s fiction and romance readers, and those looking for something a little different. One can’t help fall in love with each character, mourn each loss, cheer their triumphs, and maybe shed a tear or two.
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Songs of Thalassa

A unique form of sf focusing on the beauty of nature, ecosystems, and marine biology. The book is a little slow on the action, which may lose some readers. And though well intentioned, the introduction comes off as another white male striving to tell women to be stronger leaders.
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Summer at Firefly Beach

Hale (The Summer House) weaves a contemporary family story with a sweet friends-to-lovers romance. Perfect for fans of a low-angst, feel-good read.

The New Chardonnay: The Unlikely Story of How Marijuana Went Mainstream

Cabot cuts through the hype and romance of the counterculture to identify the emergence of a burgeoning industry focused on housewives and seniors. Highly recommended.
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