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The Friday Night Club: A Novel of Artist Hilma af Klint and Her Creative Circle

A great choice for discussion that will inspire a deeper look at marginalized women artists. An authors’ note and reader’s guide complete the journey.

The Radcliffe Ladies’ Reading Club

Thomas’s (For Those Who Are Lost) novel is a great choice for book clubs and will include a reader’s guide and interview with the author.

Things I Wish I Told My Mother

An unexpected twist at the end may have readers up in arms, either in support or displeasure. A good choice for book groups.

The Seamstress of Sardinia

Will be a hit with readers seeking a historical novel with a protagonist to root for: a strong young woman who hopes to succeed despite having few advantages.


With its slower pace and the many concepts it introduces and leaves unresolved, West’s debut novel will appeal to readers who appreciate philosophical fiction and fans of Scott Westerfeld’s “Uglies” and “Impostors” series.

The Swift and the Harrier

Endearing characters spark life into centuries-old history in Walters’s latest, which will appeal to fans of Philippa Gregory, Margaret George, and Sharon Kay Penman.

Switchboard Soldiers

Offer supplemental resources for further exploration of these groundbreaking women, and how they were treated after the end of World War I, to keep avid history readers engaged.

The Diamond Eye

Readers looking for a new and unique viewpoint of World War II with a mystery to solve and a light touch of romance will dive deep into this story.

It’s a Wonderful Woof

Another interesting case for Chet to sink his teeth into while also giving readers moments of art and world history.

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