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Elsewhere

Schaitkin’s sophomore novel channels early Margaret Atwood, a magical, otherworldly story certain to be on plenty of 2022 “best of” lists.
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The Latecomer

Readers expecting a mystery might want to look elsewhere, as this is more of a literary tale defining what it means to be a family. It’s a marvelous story full of plot twists, intricacies, and depth in events that the reader will not see coming. Perfect for fans of character-based novels such as those by Sally Rooney or Lauren Groff.
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Growing Up Biden

Owens’s narrative is informative and engaging and is a perceptive firsthand account of President Biden’s background. Readers who are interested in political campaign operations and strategy or want to know more about the Bidens will enjoy this book.
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Unmasked: My Life Solving America’s Cold Cases

A captivating memoir of a life dedicated to cold cases. Hand to readers who appreciated Sue Black’s All That Remains: A Renowned Forensic Scientist on Death, Mortality, and Solving Crimes.
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The Book of Hope: A Survival Guide for Trying Times

An inspiring, personal, hopeful look at ways in which people can work towards solutions to serious problems to prevent further environmental disaster. This book will appeal to Goodall’s many fans, conservationists, and anyone who cares about the planet and needs a dose of hope.

Brothers on Three: A True Story of Family, Resistance, and Hope on a Reservation in Montana

In addition to being great sports journalism that will touch anyone who loves high school sports, Streep’s book will appeal to readers interested in histories of generational trauma. The focus on high school life and basketball gives it YA appeal.

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The Maidens

Michaelides (The Silent Patient) skillfully infuses this mystery with stories of death and life from Greek mythology and motifs of darkness and light that suggest all is not as it seems; indeed, several disturbing characters cast doubt on the killer’s identity. While the tension could have been heightened, and the unforeseen conclusion tests believability, this is intriguing psychological suspense.
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The Plot

Fans of slow-burn, character-driven thrillers will enjoy this story of an author who has a secret he is desperately trying to keep. Recommended for fans of secrets-fueled suspense writers like Jennifer Hillier, Clare Mackintosh, and Gilly Macmillan.

Finding Freedom: A Cook’s Story; Remaking a Life from Scratch

Openly sharing insight on overcoming difficult family dynamics and on struggling with addiction, French has written a standout chef memoir that will have readers turning the pages.
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