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Starring Adele Astaire

Will resonate with readers interested in show business, dance, and the history of women’s lives from the 1920s to World War II.

Coronation Year

Well-timed for the current interest in the British royal family, this is an uplifting story of a people and place battered by war but coming together to celebrate and work toward a better future.

The Dressmakers of Prospect Heights

With themes of betrayal and love, followed ultimately by hope and new beginnings, Zeldis has written the type of historical fiction that book groups love, about strong women overcoming horrible situations.

The Hotel Nantucket

References to pop culture (music, celebrities, social media, fashion) will please a modern crowd, and readers will cheer for Lizbet, the crew of the Hotel Nantucket, and the ghost.

Bloomsbury Girls

For readers interested in women’s changing roles after World War II, with intriguing details of women’s lives and the spice of real writers.

The Marriage of Rose Camilleri

For readers who appreciate larger-than-life characters. The assisted suicide may be controversial, but that will give book groups much to discuss.

The London House

For readers who enjoy novels featuring courageous women in World War II. Reay explores the uncertainty of history and how trauma can be carried across generations, but makes clear that it’s never too late for redemption.

The Garden House

For readers who will enjoy an emotionally complex story that asks the question: Who across the generations has the right to find love and be happy?

Golden Girl

Another great read from Hilderbrand, sure to please her many fans and new readers alike.

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