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Now You Owe Me

Well-crafted characters will draw in readers, and an intricately woven plot will keep them in their seats. Recommended for fans of Tana French, Gillian Flynn, and Karin Slaughter.

A Professional Lola: And Other Stories

A wonderful offering. Share this collection with those who enjoyed Megan Kamalei Kakimoto’s Every Drop Is a Man’s Nightmare or Anthony Veasna So’s Afterparties.


Annika Rose

Inspired by Ira Levin’s Rosemary’s Baby, though more haunting than terrifying, this strange tale leaves much to the reader’s imagination. Recommended for those who are comfortable with an opaque story that only gives glimpses of what’s really going on.

What Small Sound: Poems

Powerful and full of emotion, with themes that will engage readers from many different audiences.

A Fire in the Hills

An accessible collection from a poet who continues to probe the past, present, and interconnectedness of being.

Floppy: Tales of a Genetic Freak of Nature at the End of the World

This book is recommended for those interested in memoirs, connective tissue and cell disorders, and Ehlers-Danlos syndrome, and also for people living with disabilities.

If I Were the Ocean, I’d Carry You Home

There are a couple of standouts, including the eponymous story about Paul’s attempts to tell his stepdaughter that her father is not returning. Give to those who enjoy quick reads that require deep thought.

A Brilliant Loss

A beautiful and accessible meditation on language and self, the very core of poetry, that will appeal to a wide range of readers.

Flutter, Kick

Ross’s lovely, provocative work will appeal to a wide range of readers, whether for the way she finds larger issues within the personal or her singular use of language.

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