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A deeply compelling satire, with sharp insight into the horrifying notion that authentic voices can be replaced by privileged ones that publishers assume are more marketable. June’s rise and fall in an amoral industry is both entertaining and thought-provoking.

She Started It

Gilbert’s gripping thriller is a modern twist on Mean Girls and a contemporary adult version of Sara Shepard’s Pretty Little Liars. A sharply drawn, unputdownable listen.

Ghost Girl, Banana

Recommend to book clubs and fans of historical mysteries and family epics.

With a Kiss We Die

Podcast followers and mystery fans will wish they could tune in for another season of The Raines Report.

With My Little Eye

Multiple narrators bring this twisty thriller to life, making for a great addition to most libraries.

Defending Alice: A Novel of Love and Race in the Roaring Twenties

A smart, if overlong, depiction of a noteworthy trial initiated only because of a domineering father’s racist beliefs.

A Ghost of Caribou

While previous experience with the series would be helpful, newbies can safely pick up this high-octane environmental thriller, with its perfect pairing of protagonist and narrator. Expect demand for all the books in this genuinely informative conservation-themed series.


Vinall’s gripping characterizations combined with Stokes-Chapman’s intriguing mystery should appeal to fans of light historical suspense in the vein of Dana Schwartz’s Anatomy: A Love Story.

The Best Strangers in the World: Stories from a Life Spent Listening

A must-listen for fans of Shapiro’s work on NPR and journalism memoirs. Purchase multiple copies (perhaps even forgoing the print), and put in the hands of sure-to-be-delighted patrons.

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