The Good Liar Catherine McKenzie - 380 p.

The Good Liar Catherine McKenzie - 380 p.

In her latest, THE GOOD LIAR, Catherine McKenzie demonstrates the same strong handle of suspense narratives that readers enjoyed in Fractured and Smoke. The story is told from intertwining perspectives, though the bulk of the pages follow the strong and relatable...
In the Shadow of 10,000 Hills Jennifer Haupt - 384 p.

In the Shadow of 10,000 Hills Jennifer Haupt - 384 p.

From the publisher: “In 1968, a disillusioned and heartbroken Lillian Carlson left Atlanta after the assassination of Martin Luther King. She found meaning in the hearts of orphaned African children and cobbled together her own small orphanage in the Rift Valley...
The Flight Attendant Chris Bohjalian - 368 p.

The Flight Attendant Chris Bohjalian - 368 p.

“She honestly couldn’t say whether flying made people weird, or whether people were inherently weird and a closed cabin just made it more apparent.” In his latest novel, Chris Bohjalian leverages the  sometimes bizarre, sometimes terrifying world of air transit,...
Before We Were Yours Lisa Wingate - 352 p.

Before We Were Yours Lisa Wingate - 352 p.

Historical fiction has the capacity to entertain, educate, or horrify. In BEFORE WE WERE YOURS Lisa Wingate manages all three. Through one family’s nightmare, Wingate explores the atrocities that took place at the Tennessee Children’s Home Society between 1920 and1950...
Homegoing Yaa Gyasi - 320 p.

Homegoing Yaa Gyasi - 320 p.

“Theirs was the kind of life that did not guarantee living.”  Moving forward in time from generation to generation among the same families—Ken Follett style—HOMEGOING by Yaa Gyasi narrates the early slave trade powered by the British and powerful South African...

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