Hanover Square: Harlequin

20 Articles

Last 30 days
Last 6 months
Last 12 months
Last 24 months
Specific Dates

Breathe In, Breathe Out: Restore Your Health, Reset Your Mind and Find Happiness Through Breathwork

This is a powerful resource and workbook designed for readers to practice with each breath.

Barkley: A Biography

This book will take its place as the definitive account of Barkley’s life so far. Essential reading for all basketball fans.

Before Your Memory Fades

Fans of Kawaguchi’s series will enjoy this latest installment. While the stories are similar to previous ones, readers will enjoy reading about a new group of customers and seeing some familiar faces. Kawaguchi’s comforting and thought-provoking book is perfect reading for cold winter nights.

Daughters of the New Year

It’s disappointing that Xuan and her daughters are not revisited once the narrative returns to the past, but Tran’s debut is an engrossing story of the ties among mothers, daughters, and sisters, sprinkled with humor and intrigue. Fans of the strong women protagonists of Min Jin Lee’s Pachinko or Nguyen Phan Que Mai’s The Mountains Sing will likely appreciate this less intensively told family story. Also good for book groups.

Fire Island: A Century in the Life of an American Paradise

Readers of all stripes will appreciate this fast-paced general interest title.

Beach Wedding

Ledwidge (the “Michael Gannon” series) adopts techniques from his sometimes-coauthor James Patterson (with whom he wrote Zoo) for this fast-paced stand-alone mystery with short, snappy chapters.

Tales from the Cafe

These tearful stories hit hard but ultimately lead to a beautiful ending. Fans of Matt Haig’s Midnight Library will enjoy this quick read with touches of magical realism and soul-searching.

The Great Glorious Goddamn of It All

Following his debut, Bright’s Passage, singer-songwriter Ritter displays his storytelling gifts in a rollicking narrative featuring tall tales, outrageous characters, and hair-raising adventure in the waning days of Idaho lumberjacks. A deeply genuine must-read story.

Our Only Home: A Climate Appeal to the World

This impassioned account is ideal for readers well versed in current climate change activism, especially efforts spearheaded by Greta Thunberg. Relevant for collections with a concentration on environmental issues, otherwise optional.


We are currently offering this content for free. Sign up now to activate your personal profile, where you can save articles for future viewing