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One Summer in Savannah

While emotionally ambitious in its choice of topic, this debut takes on too many challenges and fails to fully execute.

The President’s Wife

Wood’s book is a stately and dignified account that is beautifully leavened by intimate glimpses of Edith and Woodrow in their happiness, grief, anger, and optimism.

Queen Wallis

Recommended for readers of alternate history, especially those who loved the previous book in the series.


Give this one to suspense readers eager for a different kind of thriller, as well as fans of survival fiction.

The Radcliffe Ladies’ Reading Club

Thomas’s (For Those Who Are Lost) novel is a great choice for book clubs and will include a reader’s guide and interview with the author.

A Legacy of Bones

Burgess’s novel focuses on colonialism and the destructive effects of evangelization and industrialization on the Indigenous people of Hawai‘i. The inhabitants of Kaumaha are intriguing, particularly one Mrs. Te Papa, who knows a great deal about the history of the island.


The Sisters We Were

While technical descriptions detract from emotional build-ups, Baldwin’s debut still offers an insightful and empathetic view into the daily struggles of living with obesity. A solid entry for titles with plus-sized heroines.

One Month of You

A sensitive romance that explores the emotional weight of inherited disease and how it can shape a life even when dormant. Fans of Jojo Moyes or Talia Hibbert will find this story moving.

The Last Party

The author of Hostage launches a police procedural series featuring well-developed, complex characters. The format alternates between the party and the investigation in a gripping story with twists and turns.

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