The Plot by Jean Hanff Korelitz

Jean Hanff Korelitz dangles the promise of the most original and powerful plot to ever dominate the New York Times Bestsellers list in her literary thriller, The Plot.

Jacob Finch Bonner is a former prodigy who hasn’t sold a …


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Fugitive Telemetry by Martha Wells

“[…] And the humans on the station wouldn’t have to think about what I was, a construct made of cloned human tissue, augments, anxiety, depression, and unfocused rage, a killing machine for whichever humans rented me, until I made a mistake and got my brain destroyed by my governor module.”
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A Flicker in the Dark by Stacy Willingham

It's been 20 years since Chloe Davis' dad was arrested for the murder of a series of teenage girls and she's still struggling to recover from the events of her childhood. After all this time, she's finally met a man that might be able to break through the distrust instilled by her father's double life as a serial killer.
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Code Name Badass by Heather Demetrios

During World War II if you needed to help stop the Germans as they trampled across Vichy France, your go-to person was New Jersey native Virginia Hall.

In spite of the fact that she had a wooden leg, in spite …


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The Ultimate Art Museum by Ferren Gipson

Exploring art is like being a detective!”

Accumulating “40,000 years of the world’s most amazing art in one dream museum” (book) is a remarkable feat. Creative in its format (as well as in its novice-friendly text), the …


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Yearbook by Seth Rogen

Seth Rogen’s stoner humor isn’t for everyone–especially not for people who dislike profanity. However, you don’t have to love Pineapple Express to appreciate the audiobook of Rogen’s Yearbook.

Comedians reading their funny books is like listening to stand-up without …


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The Echo Wife by Sarah Gailey

Evelyn Caldwell, award-winning biologist, has cracked the secret to cloning a full-fledged adult human in just a few months’ time. Her husband sees the value in her research, and takes it upon himself to create a “perfect” version of his …


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Vanderbilt by Anderson Cooper and Katherine Howe

If you’re more likely to binge Bravo than PBS, pick up Vanderbilt: The Rise and Fall of an American Dynasty.

Anderson Cooper and Katherine Howe tell a story worthy of the Real Housewives franchise: how the Vanderbilts bankrupted an …


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Crying in H Mart by Michelle Zauner

“Hers was tougher than tough love. It was brutal, industrial-strength. A sinewy love that never gave way to an inch of weakness. It was a love that saw what was best for you ten steps ahead, and didn’t care if …


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Goldenrod by Maggie Smith

The poems in Maggie Smith’s 2021 collection Goldenrod urge their reader to sit still with life’s troubles until something clarifying shines through. Consider these first lines of “At the End of My Marriage, I Think of Something My Daughter Said …


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A Spindle Splintered by Alix E Harrow

If you, like me, believe that fairy tales are much darker than Disney portrays, this new retelling of Sleeping Beauty by Alix Harrow should be just what you’re looking for.

Zinna has an incurable disease. No one who has it …


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A Hundred Thousand Welcomes by Mary Lee Donovan

“My house is your house…”“We are all connected across time and space.”

This lovely picture book depicts the word “welcome” across a dozen languages and cultures, portraying diverse families who invite family/friends/strangers to come in and share a meal. We …


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Stealing Home by J. Torres

Take Notice that under Orders Nos. 21, 22, 21 and 24 of the British Columbia Security Commission the following areas were made prohibited areas to all persons of the Japanese race…”

The attack on Pearl Harbor dramatically changed Sandy’s …


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