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Carrie Soto Is Back

Reid (Daisy Jones & the Six) has written another knockout of a book. Public libraries will need multiple copies.

Tracking His Secret Child

Fans of the series will want to read Hud’s story, but it also works as a stand-alone. Though the suspense will keep reader engrossed for much of the book, the bulk of the relationship- and family-building work takes place in a mere few pages, making the happily-ever-after feel more tacked on than inevitable.

1942: Winston Churchill and Britain’s Darkest Hour

For fans of military, social, and strategic history.

Colton Countdown

Though the race to save Theresa’s children has both drama and suspense, the romance between the two main characters is much less satisfying. Both constantly make assumptions about the other, and the relationship discussions that would be necessary for them to realistically move forward together are left until the final pages of the book, if they even happen at all.

Walking Alone: The Untold Journey of Football Pioneer Kenny Washington

A long-overdue thorough treatment of a largely forgotten giant in sports history; it should be widely read.

Foundations of Information Literacy

This textbook may be of interest to a niche audience in information science.

Watermelon and Red Birds: A Cookbook for Juneteenth and Black Celebrations

Taylor delivers a comprehensive, celebratory, and informative Juneteenth cookbook that will make readers dream of summer.

The Drowning Sea

The sequel to A Distant Grave is filled with stunning local color featuring Ireland. It combines a police procedural with family challenges. The large cast of characters and various crimes can be overwhelming, but fans of the series, and those who appreciate the setting, will welcome the return to Ireland.

The Ceramics Bible

An essential resource for arts and crafts collections; suitable for ceramicists at all levels of experience.

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