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Esme Cahill Fails Spectacularly

Readers will love this feel-good novel that embraces the idea of family and small-town living while it extols the unexpected benefits of veering off the path from a perfectly mapped life.

The Kind Worth Saving

Psychological thriller fanatics will scramble to complete this satisfyingly twisty novel.

The Manhattan Girls: A Novel of Dorothy Parker and Her Friends

Historical fiction enthusiasts will extol Paul’s riveting Sex in the City–esque novel, which includes speakeasies, bootleggers, gangsters, bathtub gin, and an impressive who’s who of the rich, the famous, and the infamous of Roaring-Twenties New York City.

The Finalists

Bell (Kill Your Darlings; The Request) has crafted a contemporary whodunit reminiscent of Agatha Christie that thriller fans will devour.

Somebody’s Home

Suspense and thriller readers will be on the edge of their seats for this novel that exposes the dark underbelly of human nature.

The Stranger in the Mirror

This latest novel (after The Wife Stalker) from sisters Lynne and Valerie Constantine (writing as “Liv”) is a deliciously disorienting psychological thriller that will keep mystery lovers second-guessing everything they read as they struggle to unravel the complex tapestry of Addy’s life.

The Collector’s Daughter

Consummate historical fiction writer Paul (Jackie and Maria) has crafted another binge-worthy novel that will enthrall readers.

You Love Me

Fans of the series will want to read this book in one sitting. It’s wickedly full of twists, turns, and a dizzying array of pop culture references and witticisms.

The Bohemians

Historical fiction readers will treasure this engaging story peppered with notable figures from Lange’s circle of friends, including D. H. Lawrence, Ansel Adams, Maynard Dixon, and Frida Kahlo. Darznik (Song of a Captive Bird) deftly depicts Lange’s transformation into a renowned photographer, as well as the blatant prejudice that Caroline encounters because of her Chinese lineage.

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