Such a Quiet Place by Megan Mirand

The once quiet neighborhood that Harper lives in is now filled with suspicion and distrust when Ruby, who had been charged with the crime of murdering two of their neighbors, returns months later when her conviction is overturned. Harper is unable to turn her away, but is fearful of why Ruby might be back, especially since everyone is so certain she committed the crime. Meanwhile, Ruby says she is determined to get revenge on all the neighbors who testified against her.

The Death of Jane Lawrence by Caitlin Starling

Jane is practical, with a mathematical mind, and her proposal to Augustine Lawrence is more of a business proposal than a romantic one. So, when he gives the condition that she never visit his family manor, she agrees without giving it much thought.

People We Meet On Vacation by Emily Henry

Despite being near opposites, Poppy and Alex are best friends, and have gone on vacation together every summer for ten years. That is, until two years ago, in Croatia, when everything changed between them. They haven’t spoken since that trip, but now Poppy is determined to go on one more vacation together, fix everything, and bring Alex back into her life.

Five Unmissable Books from Katherine

From monsters and ghosts to historical adventures and outsider essays, here are a few books I've read recently from Kate Racculia, Neil Gaiman, R. Eric Thomas, Mackenzi Lee, and Akwaeke Emezi that I think are unmissable.

Plain Bad Heroines by Emily M. Danforth

Plain Bad Heroines is two stories that are intertwined- one story takes us back to 1902, to a scene of tragedy at an all-girls school, and the other to the present day filming of a horror movie based on those events.