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North Woods

By Daniel Mason - Published 2023



From the moment two forbidden lovers – the prospective wife of an abusive minister and a reported troublemaker she ironically met at church – flee ...Read Review

A Most Agreeable Murder

By Julia Seales - Published 2023



The first sentence of this entertaining Regency-era page-turner from Julia Seales offers fair warning that tongue-in-cheek is its most appropriate dance style, despite ...Read Review


By Rachel Eliza Griffiths - Published 2023



A searing account of how racism reaches its long arm into all corners of American life, Griffiths’ first novel also honors the love ...Read Review

Dark Earth

By Rebecca Stott - Published 2022



AD 500, and sisters Isla and Blue sit on an island in the Thames, watching the tide creep up on the Ghost City, formerly ...Read Review

Joan: A Novel of Joan of Arc

By Katherine J. Chen - Published 2022


Biographical FictionLiterary

You might think Joan of Arc’s tale has been told enough times, but this detailed, lived-in portrait puts the legendary historical figure ...Read Review

Quantum Girl Theory

By Erin Kate Ryan - Published 2022


Historical Fantasy

Based loosely on the December 1946 disappearance of Paula “Paul” Welden, this novel muses on Paul’s many possible lives after her disappearance, and ...Read Review

The Wonder Boy of Whistle Stop: A Novel

By Fannie Flagg - Published 2020


The Wonder Boy of Whistle Stop is the sequel to Fannie Flagg’s Fried Green Tomatoes at the Whistle Stop Cafe. It is ...Read Review

The Daughters of Erietown

By Connie Schultz - Published 2020



Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Schultz’s debut novel is completely absorbing from the opening pages through the finale. It follows a working-class family from ...Read Review

The King at the Edge of the World

By Arthur Phillips - Published 2020



In 1591, by order of the Sultan, chief physician Dr Ezzedine travels to the Elizabethan court, regretfully leaving behind wife, son and contentment. Confident ...Read Review

The Queen of Tuesday: A Lucille Ball Story

By Darin Strauss - Published 2020


The premise of Strauss’s newest literary novel is grandiose and rather wacky: that his grandfather Isidore Strauss, a Long Island real estate ...Read Review

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