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The Mystery Guest

The sequel to Prose’s award-winning debut The Maid marks the return of a charming protagonist with awkward social skills and a big heart.

Defiant Dreams: The Journey of an Afghan Girl Who Risked Everything for Education

An excellent choice for young adults, college students, and anyone wanting to learn more about Afghanistan.

The Mindful Body: Thinking Our Way to Chronic Health

This is not a wellness book with checklists. Instead, it serves as an exploration of what change looks like and how people can incrementally move away from learned rules toward more nuanced approaches to their own health.

Lexington: The Extraordinary Life and Turbulent Times of America’s Legendary Racehorse

Readers do not have to be horse lovers to get swept into this captivating look at an unmatched horse and people of the 1850s.

The Traitor Among Us

A quintessential Perry novel, this must-read demonstrates her trademark understanding of the human condition and is filled with complex and passionate characters.

The Bookbinder

Highly recommended for readers who enjoy historical fiction about strong women, like the works of Kate Quinn, Beatriz Williams, and Laura Willig.

Must Love Flowers

Ultimately, this is a heartening read with just the right touch of romance as the women work on healing their sorrows and difficulties while embracing new lives.

The Wind Knows My Name

From those who sought to help the Adlers in Vienna to the bonds between Samuel and his wife, Selena and Anita, and Anita and her grandmother, there’s much love in a book whose poles are moments of great violence. Classic Allende enlarging her framework, as she did with A Long Petal of the Sea and Violeta.

The King’s Pleasure: A Novel of Henry VIII

Even at just over 600 pages, Weir’s novel has to maintain a fairly brisk pace to cover all the events of Henry’s life from adolescence onward, making this read best suited for those already familiar with the basics of his life and marital history. Tudor fiction written from Henry’s perspective is relatively rare, and Weir offers just enough of a different take here to satisfy the era’s many enthusiastic fans eager to revisit this fascinating period one more time.


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