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Healy’s debut is an excellent read for anyone who has an appetite for fairy tales, folklore, monsters, and stories with women protagonists who stand firmly rooted in their own strength.

Above the Fire

An extraordinary national disaster becomes a journey of bonding and healing for a father and son wounded by loss, in a work that is surprisingly tender given the terrifying adversity its main characters face.

Exit Black

Pitkin’s (Stranger Bird) science fiction thriller is fast-paced and, with multiple points of view, shows off the unusual twists of individual perspectives. Fans of the movies Knives Out and Die Hard, plus authors such as Blake Crouch and Andy Weir, may want to add this to their to-be-read list.

Mom Com

Romance fans will delight in the story, the addition of sweet bakery treats, and the showdown between the judgmental town, the snooty Buenaventuras, and the pull of the love that got away.

We Are the Crisis

Turnbull continues to use his deft prose to tie themes of hate, social change, and backlash into an enthralling fantasy series in this sequel to the much-lauded No Gods, No Monsters.

The Never Wars

Pedreira’s (Gunpowder Moon) newest is recommended for lovers of thoughtful military science fiction and space operas that root hard for the underdog.

The Trap

This scary, twisting, and psychologically incisive commentary on the recent increase in missing and murdered women in Ireland will leave readers guessing until the gut-punching reveal.

A Harvest of Ash and Blood

This new novel from Molles (The Valley) is perfect for fans of grimdark fantasy, where the pages are packed with visceral mayhem and mutinous conspiracy.

The Wisdom of Morrie: Living and Aging Creatively and Joyfully

Great for public libraries and not limited to a particular age group. People of almost any generation can benefit from reading this guide to embracing life.

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