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The Only Good Indians, by Stephen Graham Jones
Four childhood friends struggle to understand what is happening to them as they each encounter certain horrors. Could karma or revenge play a part because of a long forgotten violence on the Blackfeet Reservation? Thrilling and eerie, I really enjoyed it!
The Margot Affair, by Sanaë Lemoine
A secret that binds Margot and her mother may be what ultimately tears them apart. At what lengths will a mother go to protect her child. Subtle and beautiful. A great read!
American Dirt, by Jeanine Cummins
The book that is being talked about!! A book that stirred up so much controversy, yet a fantastic read! This novel is about a Mexican woman who had to leave behind her life and escape as an undocumented immigrant to the United States with her son. A thrilling tale of love grief, and kindness. A powerful and extraordinary story, relevant in today’s world.
Women Talking, by Miriam Toews
Based on a true event that happened in a Mennonite Community. A mysterious violent crime against the women was finally solved. Astonishing.
Open Book, by Jessica Simpson
Authentic and raw. Jessica takes you into her life from the lowest points to the loves of her life and her most celebrated success. A great read for her fans, and also nonfiction buffs who love a good autobiography.
The Adventurer’s Son, by Roman Dial
This memoir is about a desperate father on a quest to find his missing son. This story will take you on a suspenseful journey from the Alaskan Tundra to the Costa Rican Jungle. This memoir will touch your heart and draw you into this gripping hauntingly beautiful story. Loved reading it!
Dear Edward, by Ann Napolitano
An uplifting story of Edward, a twelve year old who is the sole survivor of a plane crash that took young Edward’s family and 183 other passengers. Through grief and courage, Edward learns to navigate a new life and learns to love and trust again.
Cape May by Chip Cheek
Set in September, late 1950’s, Effie and Henry’s honeymoon on Cape May, NJ takes an unexpected steamy lascivious turn. An ABSOLUTE MUST Summer read!
Women Talking by Miriam Toews
A close look into a closed community of Mennonites that reveals we all are truly apart of the same world- no matter our differences. Highly recommend.
Normal People by Sally Rooney
Marianne and Connell have an on again-off again relationship strained by past experiences and social class status. However there is a strong connection pulling these two teenagers together. A novel with touching and tender moments, followed by a harsh and sad reality. A very unique love story.
My Lovely Wife by Samantha Downing
Seemingly an innocent happy couple, Millicent and her husband are total psychopaths!! An irresistible, addicting thriller that grabs a hold of you and won’t let go! There are twists and turns all the way to the very last sentence! Loved this new debut!
I Miss You When I Blink: Essays by Mary Laura Philpott
Fans of Nora Ephron and Joan Didion will love Mary Laura Philpott’s new memoir of essays. It is a compilation of honest, heartwarming, and hilarious essays that will comfort and inspire you.
Girl Wash Your Face by Rachel Hollis
If you or someone you know needs a little motivation or inspiration to be the best most genuine version of themselves, read this book! Told in the voice of a trusted girlfriend, so funny and so true! A MUST read!
The Glass Forest by Cynthia Swanson
A haunting suspense novel set in 1960’s upstate New York. The novel identifies the Glass family- strong Silja, demure and naive Angie, and quiet young Ruby. The three women weave a haunting tale of manipulation, secrets, and deceit.
The Great Alone by Kristin Hannah
Fans will love Hannah’s newest book! A family saga set in the isolated Alaskan Mountains during the 1970’s. It is a tender story of a mother’s love, first love, and a family harboring brutal secrets.
Coming of Age: The Sexual Awakening of Margaret Mead by Deborah Beatriz Blum
A wonderful biography of Margaret Mead which focuses on her developing teen years and into her early adulthood, based on diary entries and letters. This biography takes place at a time when tradition was followed, not defied. I found this book informative and an intriguing look into Margaret’s personal life!
Mad by Chloe Esposito
Sex, drugs, and murder; what’s not to like? The first book in the Mad, Bad, and Dangerous to Know trilogy: Mad is the introduction to the lives of sociopath Alvie, and her twin sister Beth. Fans of Gone Girl, and The Girl on the Train will LOVE it!
The Thing About Love by Julie James
A terrific well-written mystery with a splash of romance. A wonderful beach read by best-selling author and playwright Julie James.
The Last Night at Tremore Beach by Mikel Santiago
Psychological thriller that will keep you on the edge of your seat! A divorced composer, Peter Harper is taking a break from his life, renting a beach house when an accident leaves him having horrible premonitions and chilling nightmares.
The Fifth Letter by Nicola Moriarty
Contemporary women’s fiction with secrets, lies, and betrayals between four girlfriends. Modern and suspenseful.
And Every Morning the Way Home Gets Longer and Longer by Fredrik Backman
Fredrik Backman’s latest book is small yet carries a lot of weight. The story of a grandson and son dealing with a grandfather’s dementia. Every word cuts right to the heart. Sincerely moving and endearing. A book all should read!
The Bourbon Thief by Tiffany Reisz
A good summer read of love, secrets and the history of Kentucky bourbon.
Among The Ten Thousand Things by Julia Pierpont
A portrait of a family falling apart. Witty and genuine.
Our Souls at Night by Kent Haruf
Tender and bittersweet. Addie and Louis, widowed and lonely, find companionship and maybe more.
The First Bad Man by Miranda July
A nontraditional love story, it is a debut novel featuring a haunted eccentric middle-age woman whose life is turned completely upside down when her bosses’ twenty one year old wild child moves in with her. It is filled with obsession, humor, and twists.
The Secret Wisdom Of The Earth by Christopher Scotton
Set in the mountains of Eastern Kentucky, this is a story of a young boy coming to terms with the tragic death of his brother. It also deals with the towns fight against strip mining.
The Wild Truth by Carine McCandless
It is a heart wrenching story of a young man’s struggle with abuse and family dysfunction. The book is written by his sister in an attempt to redeem his untimely death.
Wolf In White Van by John Darnielle
A story that goes inside the twisted mind of a disfigured interactive-game inventor who is being blamed for the death of someone that takes his game a little too far.