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Newsletter: Summer Double Issue
Greenwich Park by Katherine Faulkner
Who: Expectant mother Helen, her architect husband, and their circle of friends & family. What: A grippy domestic thriller. When:...
Finlay Donovan is Killing It by Elle Cosimano
Who: Newly-single mom, author Finlay Donovan. What: An uproarious murder-comedy. When: Present day (2020s). Where: Virginia. How: Finlay...
Several People Are Typing by Calvin Kasulke
Who: The staff of a public relations firm. What: Co-workers navigate WFH (work-from-home) life and balance staff meetings with...
When Ghosts Come Home by Wiley Cash
Who: Sheriff Winston Barnes, and the man who’s gunning for his job. What: When a small plane crashes in the middle of the night, Barnes...
Newsletter: Volume 7
The Thursday Murder Club by Richard Osman
Who: Elizabeth, Ron, Ibrahim, and Joyce gather every week to examine cold case files. What: A many-layered mystery with complex...
The Reunion by Elizabeth Drummond
Who: Former high school classmates Posy Edwins and Lucas O’Rourke. What: A crackling romance. When: Modern day. Where: UK, specifically...
Beartown by Fredrik Backman
Who: The residents of Beartown, Sweden. What: An absorbing, utterly human story of family, community, and yes—hockey. When: Current...
Blush by Jamie Brenner
Who: Three generations of women: matriarch Vivien, younger child Leah (in her 40s), and college student Sadie. What: An idyllic summer...
Last Night at the Telegraph Club by Malinda Lo
Who: Lily Hu, a teenager and first-generation American—the daughter of Chinese immigrants. What: A queer coming-of-age love story. When:...
The Lady Upstairs by Halley Sutton
Who: Jo, and her friend / coworker Lou, are con artists. What: Employees of The Lady Upstairs “staffing agency,” Jo and Lou work to help...
Newsletter: Volume 6
2022 Most Anticipated: March
Link to shop these selections: https://bookshop.org/lists/2022-most-anticipated-march
What's Left of Me is Yours by Stephanie Scott
Who: Sumiko, a newly-minted Japanese lawyer in her mid-twenties, sets out to learn more about the death of her mother, Rina. What: Rina...
Reputation by Sarah Vaughan
Who: Emma Watson, British Member of Parliament and mother of 14-year-old Flora. What: A spine-tingling thriller that weaves in elements...
The Accomplice by Lisa Lutz
Who: Owen and Luna, best friends since college, as well as their families and outer circle of friends. What: A twisty, mysterious...
Sparks Like Stars by Nadia Hashimi
Who: Sitara, a child in Afghanistan, is the only member of her family to survive a violent coup. What: A deeply touching novel about a...
Newsletter, Vol. 5
Anatomy: A Love Story by Dana Schwartz
What I Thought: This book is a ghastly delight, filled with phantasmagorical imagery supported by a feminist structure. The short, quick...