Charli Osborne

36 Articles

Last 30 days
Last 6 months
Last 12 months
Last 24 months
Specific Dates

The Imperfects

Readers who enjoy realistically drawn characters, family dynamics, and the power of history will appreciate this novel. [See Prepub Alert, 11/11/19.]

Oona Out of Order

Montimore (Asleep from Day) delivers a rock-and-roll love letter to 1980s–90s New York City as Oona discovers her true self through a lifetime of music and pop culture. A perfect match for those who enjoy well-developed characters with a twist in contemporary women’s fiction.

Connections in Death: An Eve Dallas Novel

Fast-paced and plot-driven, this 48th book in the series still has plenty of character growth, which should appeal to readers who prefer their procedurals with a touch of romance.—Charli Osborne, Southfield P.L., MI

Tempt the Flames


One Day in December

Readers who enjoy contemporary romance will root for Laurie and Jack as they work through laughter-through-tears experiences and toward a happily-ever-after worth fighting for.


Dalcher reflects current politics in a clarion call against apathy in a page-turning first novel that is perfect for fans of speculative fiction or women's studies and ripe fodder for book club discussions.

The Life Lucy Knew

Lucy's path to becoming a whole person will resonate with readers who appreciate emotional explorations with realistic characters and difficult choices. [See Prepub Alert, 12/11/17.]

Shelter in Place

Roberts lets the sharply outlined characters, including an unusual villain, take center stage in another tautly plotted page-turner that suspense and thriller readers will love.

I'll Stay

Clare's inability to understand her own motivations make this layered look at imperfect characters a book club-ready page-turner, as readers will have plenty to discuss, whether they use the included questions or come up with their own.

We are currently offering this content for free. Sign up now to activate your personal profile, where you can save articles for future viewing