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Ăn Chua?: Simple Vietnamese Recipes That Taste Like Home

Step-by-step recipes and beautiful photos pair with Trân’s engaging teaching style to make delicious Vietnamese cuisine easy for even beginner home cooks.

Mortal Follies

A charming magical adventure, perfect for fans of Gail Carriger’s “The Custard Protocol” series.

‘The Parliament’ by Aimee Pokwatka | SFF Pick of the Month

The Parliament

Must-read fantasy for readers who appreciate the catharsis of horror; perfect for fans of Whalefall by Daniel Kraus and Such Sharp Teeth by Rachel Harrison.

Fire Weather: A True Story from a Hotter World

A timely exploration of an increasingly frequent natural disaster. The human-centric story at the center will keep less academically oriented listeners engaged and, perhaps, pondering how close they’ve come to recent fires.

Broken Light

A tense, moving narrative centered on feminism, women’s rights, and one woman’s journey to reclaim herself. Fans of Stephen King’s Carrie, which depicts a more destructive but less nuanced rage, will find much to love here.

Finlay Donovan Jumps the Gun

The latest installment in Cosimano’s “Finlay Donovan” series (following Finlay Donovan Knocks ’Em Dead) will undoubtedly have listeners rolling with laughter. An excellent recommendation for anyone pining for the next Stephanie Plum novel.

A Botanist’s Guide to Flowers and Fatality

A winner for academic- and historical-mystery fans and lovers of floriography.


A deeply compelling satire, with sharp insight into the horrifying notion that authentic voices can be replaced by privileged ones that publishers assume are more marketable. June’s rise and fall in an amoral industry is both entertaining and thought-provoking.

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