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The Mitford Affair

Benedict captures the mood of a certain element of upper-class England in the years leading up to World War II. Appearances by historical figures like Winston Churchill and Evelyn Waugh round out the story. Fans of World War II historical fiction will be fascinated.

When Franny Stands Up

With complex, relatable characters, this novel is so much more than one particular genre, but it would be a useful addition to any library’s LGBTQ collection. Fans of TV’s The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel may enjoy.

The Floating Girls

This is classic Southern girlhood fiction with a twist. Readers who enjoyed Ashleigh Bell Pederson’s recent debut, The Crocodile Bride, will fall in love with Kay.

A Hundred Other Girls

New York–based Iranian American journalist Hariri-Kia delivers a debut that’s relevant, witty, and easy to devour; libraries looking to connect with Gen Z patrons should consider adding it to their collections.

The Last Housewife

This explosive cautionary tale of a “podcast meets sex cult meets murder” will captivate fans of twisted psychological suspense.


Highly recommended.

The Lies I Tell

This follow-up to Clark’s previous thriller, The Last Flight, will twist readers through an intricate, domestic thriller as the two women’s lies unravel. Perfect for fans of Kimberley Belle, Alice Feeney, and Michael Robotham.

Her Hidden Genius

As she does so well, Benedict (The Mystery of Mrs. Christie; with Victoria Christopher Murray, The Personal Librarian) again illuminates an overlooked female historical figure, accessibly highlighting Franklin’s scientific achievements and also depicting some of her personal life.

In My Dreams I Hold a Knife

Though some plot points strain credulity, and most characters are thinly drawn, Winstead’s first novel successfully gets inside Jessica’s head and conveys the excitement and terror of college days.

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