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The Enchanted Hacienda

An interesting, magical take on quarter-life crises for fans of Alice Hoffman and Zoraida Córdova.

Just the Nicest Couple

In Kubica’s (Local Woman Missing) twisted tale of deception and falsehoods, readers will relish the shock factor in an ending they didn’t see coming.

Secluded Cabin Sleeps Six

For fans of creepy, cunning locked-room thrillers based on controversial social norms. Readers will revel in the search for genealogical justice amid best-kept secrets, while wondering who will live and who will die.

Listening in the Dark: Women Reclaiming the Power of Intuition

This title will resonate strongly with readers who enjoyed Clarissa Pinkola Estés’s Women Who Run with the Wolves, a work Tamblyn mentions a number of times. With a variety of perspectives, this collection validates women striving to hear and trust themselves.

The Book Haters’ Book Club

Don’t be fooled by the title; this is the bookstore’s newsletter, designed to inspire reluctant readers. Anthony (The Kids Are Gonna Ask) has created an exuberant love song to the power of books, bookstores, and the durable community that they create. Laugh-out-loud funny, this book will restore hope to all those fearful for the survival of bookstores and libraries.

The Book Haters’ Book Club

CORRECTION: This title was originally reviewed in the incorrect genre...


Mrs. Claus and the Evil Elves

Ireland’s third “Mrs. Claus” title (after Mrs. Claus and the Halloween Homicide) is a fresh take on a Christmas cozy. It’s a delightful mix of humor, technology, and murder in an unconventional mystery.

The Messy Lives of Book People

A chair on the sand or a window seat near a fireplace would be the perfect venue to soak in this simply delightful read.

The Women of Pearl Island

Lyrical but sometimes grim, Crosby’s (The Book of Hidden Wonders) narrative will satisfy readers who appreciate complex and compelling fiction.

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