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Another week, another batch of books for your TBR pile. Happy reading, folks.



Peng Shepherd, All This And More
(William Morrow)

“In Shepherd’s imaginative latest, [she] playfully mines nostalgia for Choose Your Own Adventure series (“If Ren didn’t break up with Marsh last night: Turn the page”). Whichever path readers take, they’ll find a tantalizing and well-knit story. Reality TV fans especially ought to take note.”
–Publishers Weekly


Sarah Gerard, Carrie Carolyn Coco

“[A] wrenching blend of memoir and true crime . . . a poignant portrait of a life cut short and a forceful examination of the cultural forces that shaped Bush’s murder, including gendered violence and inadequate attention to mental health issues on college campuses. It’s a devastating deep dive into a confounding crime.”
–Publishers Weekly


Katherine Wood, Ladykiller

“A missing woman, a dark secret, and a sizzling romance set in the glamorously decadent world of the uber-rich—Ladykiller is a salacious and steamy thriller with utterly unpredictable twists and turns until the mind-bending conclusion.”
–Liv Constantine


Vi Keeland, The Unraveling
(Emily Bestler/Atria)

“[A] shocking debut thriller… Keeland keeps the twists coming hard and fast, and few readers will be able to predict them.”
–Publishers Weekly


Donna Leon, A Refiner’s Fire
(Atlantic Monthly Press)

“Showcas[es] the emotional depth and intellectual acumen of Commissario Guido Brunetti . . . With the understated elegance and empathy imbued throughout this internationally acclaimed series, Leon once again examines the confluence of solid police work with issues of redemption and social justice.”


Caro Carver, Bad Tourists
(Avid Reader Press/Simon and Schuster)

“In both a romp and a thriller, Carver immerses readers in secret-filled waters. . . . A tropical paradise of a book.”
–Los Angeles Times


Robert Justice, A Dream in the Dark
(Crooked Lane)

“A bruising, blow-by-blow account of what can happen to dreams deferred.”


May Cobb, The Hollywood Assistant

“The Hollywood Assistant by May Cobb is the best kind of stay-up-all-night-page-turner: wickedly creepy, steamy, and intense. Expertly plotted and brimming with dark surprises, The Hollywood Assistant is classic Cobb.”
–Heather Gudenkauf


Lauren Kuhl, The Art of Pretend
(Graydon House)

“Delicious and biting, The Art of Pretend probes the artifice of even our most intimate relationships. It kept me up way too late, with a sophistication that removed all guilt from the pleasure.”
–Avery Carpenter Forrey


Kate Quinn, The Briar Club
(William Morrow)

“[A] compelling story. This powerful, unforgettable historical mystery is for fans of Mary Anna Evans’s Justine Byrne series and stories with strong women characters.”
–Library Journal

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