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The House of Doors

A riveting yet sedately paced novel about inspiration and identity, sure to be enjoyed by those who like Kathleen Rooney’s Cher Ami and Major Whittlesey or Juliette Fay’s City of Flickering Light.

Cocktails with George and Martha: Movies, Marriage, and the Making of ‘Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?’

Multilayered and eminently revisitable (like the play and the film), Gefter’s wonderful book helps readers reevaluate vis-à-vis values prevalent half a century later.

Welcome to the Hyunam-dong Bookshop

Bound to be a book club favorite.

The Extinction of Irena Rey

This fiction debut from Booker Prize–winning translator Croft (Homesick: A Memoir) is a metatextual feast that will keep readers wondering even after the book concludes.

The Mars House

Exquisitely layered and entertaining, Pulley’s (The Half Life of Valerie K) latest novel is a queer tale of planetary refugees, politics, and populist views (and mammoths).

The Core of an Onion: Peeling the Rarest Common Food—Featuring More Than 100 Historical Recipes

A must purchase for both foodie patrons and fans of in-depth and compelling history.

Float Up, Sing Down: Stories

While the stories work as stand-alone pieces, they also form a beautiful whole. This is a loving portrait of small-town Middle America that resonates well beyond its borders.

Deep as the Sky, Red as the Sea

Well-placed stories featuring sea goddess Ma-Zou make this a good choice for fantasy fans, as well as readers who enjoy strong, complicated women protagonists.

Creating a Staff-Led Strategic Plan: A Practical Guide for Libraries

This user-friendly, scalable guide is a solid addition to strategic-planning literature, providing everything library planners need to get started.

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