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The Housekeeper

Recommended for fans of women-led suspense novels such as Mary Kubica’s The Other Mrs. and Ruth Ware’s The Lying Game.

Sirens & Muses

A highly recommended novel of art and heart that viscerally represents the act of creation while balancing multiple themes to perfection.

Flying Solo

A delight from start to finish. Holmes has clearly done her research into how public librarians spend their time, and she also asks serious questions about how to make hard choices and live one’s life.

The Best Is Yet To Come

Macomber’s latest is a wonderful inspirational read that has just enough romance as the characters heal their painful emotional wounds. Recommended for readers who like inspirational stories, contemporary romance, and Sandra Brown novels.

Ashton Hall

With a strong sense of place and thorough research, this novel is a celebration of the academic work that goes into uncovering historical puzzles. For lovers of libraries and Tudor history.

The Scent of Burnt Flowers

This story has magic, political conspiracy, and romance, along with the historical elements of the U.S. civil rights movement and Ghanian colonization. It will appeal to readers of many genres who enjoy an eccentric cast of characters in a vibrant historical setting.

The Wedding Dress Sewing Circle

With its wealth of historical detail, Ryan’s latest historical novel (The Kitchen Front) will appeal to World War II buffs as well as lovers of cozy English village novels.

The Other Dr. Gilmer: Two Men, a Murder, and an Unlikely Fight for Justice

A haunting, insightful story of justice and humanity. Will especially resonate with readers of Christine Montross’s Waiting for an Echo: The Madness of American Incarceration.

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