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You Like It Darker: Stories

King explains in an afterword to the collection that short stories are hard for him to write, but readers will be thrilled by these tales. Some of the stories are darker and more poisonous than others, but they all have that King touch.

The Mayor of Maxwell Street

Debut author Cunningham fills this page-turner with plenty of twists and turns that will keep readers guessing. The author does include sensitivity warnings for era-appropriate racial terminology used in the book.


This achingly romantic tear-jerker by McNeil (A Day like This) hits the same notes as Taylor Jenkins Reid’s Daisy Jones and the Six.

The Royal Game

Readers who can’t get enough of England’s royal family will enjoy this book; Jennie is a fun character whose Prince Charming loves her.

The Book of Silver Linings

This is a sweet work that will charm readers as Constance finds her way.

The Princess

Holden’s (The Duchess) unique framing device allows readers to get an intimate look at the early life of Princess Di, giving them a fresh perspective on a woman whom many people feel they already know.

The Audrey Hepburn Estate

Janowitz’s (The Grace Kelly Dress) crisply written novel, inspired by the Audrey Hepburn film Sabrina, provides swift twists and turns. The author also ties in neat historical details about Hepburn’s life, making this a fun read for those who like historical fiction.

Her Lost Words: A Novel of Mary Wollstonecraft and Mary Shelley

Thornton writes lyrically about the two Marys, and readers will sympathize, deeply, with their struggles to find their own paths. Direct readers who want to learn more about the women’s lives to a nonfiction title, Romantic Outlaws, by Charlotte Gordon.

The Weeds

This subtle, intelligent work—arranged like a catalogue of plants, complete with sketches

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