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Murder in Drury Lane

Combining elements of an Agatha Christie–style whodunit with the vivid portrayal of a more encompassing view of Regency-era England, the second Lady Worthing mystery (following Murder in Westminster) does not disappoint.

Hemlock Island

A must-read for fans of atmospheric and occult horror with intricate storytelling.

Parachute Women: Marianne Faithfull, Marsha Hunt, Bianca Jagger, Anita Pallenberg, and the Women Behind the Rolling Stones

This feminist look at the history of the women of the Rolling Stones would make an excellent addition to collections looking to round out its offerings on rock and women’s history.

Quantum Radio

Riddle’s intricate story and Porter’s masterful performance are a match made in heaven in this unputdownable thriller where science and history collide.

Her Little Flowers

Overall, the novel provides a compelling supernatural mystery that will hold a reader’s attention right up to the last page. Recommend to fans of Kate Morton and Eve Chase.

Reach: Hard Lessons and Learned Truths from a Lifetime in Television

Readers looking for a behind-the-scenes glimpse at the world of television production, as well as those searching for inspiration and motivation to pursue their own dreams, will enjoy this memoir. It’s a great addition to a collection looking to round out its entertainment section.

The Daddy Diaries: The Year I Grew Up

This fast and breezy diary reveals a man who is happiest not on camera but when he’s curled up in bed reading picture books to his children.

A Witch’s Guide to Fake Dating a Demon

Fans of Mary Janice Davidson will feel at home in this paranormal rom-com romp, but the complex themes also give it broader appeal for listeners who prefer multilayered romance.


This experimental horror novel is not for the faint of heart. For those brave enough to take it on, however, it offers a terrifying look into the trauma of womanhood and desire.

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