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The Con Queen of Hollywood: The Hunt for an Evil Genius

A chilling study of deception and evil.

Bogie & Bacall: The Surprising True Story of Hollywood’s Greatest Love Affair

This magnificent biography is splendidly written, reads fast, and is impossible to put down.

You Can’t Stay Here Forever

A riveting debut with rich characterization, scenic setting, and sharp insights on relationships, class, and one Asian American woman’s experience.

Our Hideous Progeny

In this immersive, richly detailed novel, Mary is an enthralling heroine with whom readers will empathize, and owing to assured, luscious prose, whose plight they will champion.

The Home for Wayward Girls

Readers will sympathize with the characters, thanks to Bradley’s writing abilities and subject choice. Homes for “wayward teens” remain a contemporary issue today. Recommended for YA and adult fiction collections.

The White Lady

The award-winning author of the Maisie Dobbs series skillfully juggles three timelines in a riveting stand-alone about a woman whose wartime experiences overshadow her post-war retirement.

Lives of the Wives: Five Literary Marriages

A notable book about remarkable women that could have subsequent volumes. Recommended for readers interested in these authors or in 20th-century literature.

A Touch of Moonlight

Ray and Larimar’s romance is lovely, as is the inclusion of Dominican lore, culture, and recipes.

Small Mercies

After almost six years since his last novel, Since We Fell, Lehane’s (Mystic River; Shutter Island) latest is inspired by a childhood experience when his family was caught up in the violence of the anti-busing riots. Pair this powerful, unforgettable story with S.A. Cosby’s Razorblade Tears, another remarkable novel about racism, violence, and parental vengeance.

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