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Where Ivy Dares To Grow

Thompson combines a gothic novel, a time-travel romance, and a frank depiction of living with mental illness. Most compellingly, the protagonist’s mental state is central to the narrative without driving the plot.


A lush and romantic story made all the more compelling by Wees’s evocative prose and Johnson’s graceful narration. Recommended for fans of Erin Morgenstern’s The Night Circus or Constance Sayers’s The Ladies of the Secret Circus.

Fieldwork: A Forager’s Memoir

This memoir detailing Regan’s relationship with her body, her family, and the world around her resonates with sincerity and passion.

The Storyteller’s Death

Cardinal (Category Five; Five Midnights) delivers an intriguing coming-of-age drama that combines historical fiction, magical realism, and buried family secrets coming into the light. Share with fans of Zoraida Cordova and Ayanna Lloyd Banwo.

A Fractured Infinity

A fast-paced, character-driven queer sci-fi romance that shows how far someone will go to be with the one they love.

Tracers in the Dark: The Global Hunt for the Crime Lords of Cryptocurrency

Propulsively narrated by Fliakos, Greenburg’s book tells a crypto true-crime story, and also critiques the complexities of financial privacy in the digital age.

Death of a Dancing Queen

The story has the writing style of a YA novel but is aimed at adult audiences. Suggested for both younger readers new to crime fiction, as well as returning genre readers looking for something to spice up their reading.

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