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The Last Caretaker

Strawser’s latest fast-paced page-turner (following The Next Thing You Know) grabs readers at the start and doesn’t let go. For fans of Sally Hepworth and Liane Moriarty.


This achingly romantic tear-jerker by McNeil (A Day like This) hits the same notes as Taylor Jenkins Reid’s Daisy Jones and the Six.

The Fireballer

Readers looking for sports fiction heavy on the baseball will enjoy this book.

Impossible To Forget

Give to readers who enjoy domestic fiction with just a hint of conflict.

Three More Months

Readers will laugh and cry at Echavarre’s first foray into multicultural women’s fiction with a YOLO (“you only live once”) message.

Paper Doll Lina

This is a gripping story with characters that come to life on the page, but it is a difficult, possibly triggering read. The heartbreak of an abusive marriage should be fertile ground for book groups. There are similar story lines in Big Little Lies, by Liane Moriarty, and The Journey, by Danielle Steel.

The Night of Many Endings

Payne (Memories in the Drift) has crafted an emotional, character-driven novel about addiction, perceptions of others, and learning to let go. The Night of Many Endings is ultimately one of hope as the darkness brings forth the dawn of many beginnings.

The World Played Chess

In this follow-up to The Extraordinary Life of Sam Hell, Dugoni again turns away from his legal thrillers to write a riveting story of boys becoming men and the risks they take along the way. Weaving together three timelines with ease, he recreates the horror of war and its effects on the survivors, with a message that will bring many to tears.

The Singing Trees

Ideal for book groups and for readers who enjoyed Taylor Jenkins Reid’s Daisy Jones & the Six, Susan Elizabeth Phillips’s Dance Away with Me, or Nicholas Sparks’s novels.

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