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Something About Her

An intimate, lyrically told story, recommended for any audio romance collection (though it’s BISACed as coming-of-age fiction).

Dead Tired

Funny and engaging. Here’s hoping Ailes will return to the twisty, character-driven storytelling showcased in the first installment of this series.

Woman of Interest: A Memoir

Suggested for readers who enjoy poetic memoirs, such as Lindsey Frazier’s Oh Love, Come Close and Jane Wong’s Meet Me Tonight in Atlantic City.

Endless Fall: A Little Chronicle

This discourse on death, suicide, queerness, youth, and small-town bigotry is a recommended title, but it’s best for readers comfortable with academic works.

What Wild Women Do

The contrast between the narrators’ voices, in timbre, cadence, and personality, brings Eddie and Rowan to life in Brown’s (Recipe for a Perfect Wife) not-to-be-missed audiobook.

Butter: A Novel of Food and Murder

An intriguing and unusual novel with a fresh perspective, this 2017 best seller (Yuzuki’s first to be translated into English) defies categorization: part psychological exploration of misogyny and fatphobia, part social commentary on contemporary Japan and the roles and expectations of the women who live there.

Dear Sister: A Memoir of Secrets, Survival, and Unbreakable Bonds

An essential purchase. Through countless extensions of jail time without a bail hearing, changes in attorneys, depositions, and heartbreaking jail visits, this strong narrative points to the realities of the United States’ criminal justice system and how it can fail the most vulnerable.

One in a Millennial: On Friendship, Feelings, Fangirls, and Fitting In

Millennial patrons will love this title, but so will pop culture followers and fans of nostalgia and humor.

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