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Angels of the Resistance: A WWII Novel

Despite its flaws, this is a worthwhile read, especially for those who enjoy fiction set during the Second World War.

The Witches of Moonshyne Manor

Marais’s (If You Want to Make God Laugh) latest is a quirky Golden Girls with wands that explores women’s empowerment, friendship, and loyalty and addresses racial equality, identity, and gender fluidity. A timely, fun modern-day fable about women who refuse to conform.

The Night She Went Missing

Fans of domestic suspense will love this well-woven web, with alternating-perspective chapters; it will keep readers guessing until the end.


Love, Hate & Clickbait

Bowery’s debut is a great read with a wild ride through hate, lust, and love in the world of political social media influencing. Highly recommended.


The Good Son

An engaging journey through redemption, forgiveness, and a mother’s devotion.

The Last Grand Duchess: A Novel of Olga Romanov, Imperial Russia, and Revolution

Compared to the huge trove of books about the Romanovs and their pretenders, Turnbull’s novel is an entrancing tribute to a Victorian lass of tragic grace.

Nanny Dearest

Mercifully avoiding the sexual clichés of many other domestic thrillers, Collins’s debut illustrates the sometimes obsessive and terrifying nature of love and the shattering consequences of its betrayal. Nanny services across the country may see a dip in demand when this intensely emotional psychological roller coaster is released.


The Rooftop Party

Meister’s follow-up to Love Sold Separately is a fast and fun read with an engaging heroine and supporting cast. The author briefly recaps Dana’s backstory, so readers don’t need to read the first installment (although they may want to after reading this). For fans of rom-coms or light murder mysteries.

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