A Theatre for Dreamers, Polly Samson, Algonquin Books - A Theatre for Dreamers is Polly Samson’s bestselling novel and a 2020 ‘Book of the Year’ in The Times, The Sunday Times, The Telegraph, the Daily Mail, and The Spectator.
The Summer Job, Lizzy Dent, G P. Putnam Sons - In her 30s, Elizabeth “Birdy” Finch is at loose ends and doesn’t know where to turn next. Her friend, Heather, has problems of her own, but at least she has a career as a top-notch sommelier.
Interview: The Hunting Wives, May Cobb, Berkley Hardcover - Bad, bougie, bawdy, and bored: a recipe for disaster... and murder. THE HUNTING WIVES, (Berkley Hardcover; May 18,2021) by May Cobb.
Intrview: How to Mars, David Ebenbach, Tachyon Publications - In How to Mars author David Ebenbach tells the story of six scientists whose trip to Mars is complicated by an unexpected pregnancy.
Raceless, Georgina Lawton, Harper Perennial - Georgina Lawton grew up in England with white parents, a white brother and white everyone else. No one wanted to talk about why she didn’t look like the rest of them.
The Lost Manuscript, Cathy Bonidan, St. Martins Press - In THE LOST MANUSCRIPT, Anne-Lise Briard finds and reads an abandoned manuscript with a mysterious address on it.
The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue, V. E. Schwab, Tor Book - France, 1714: in a moment of desperation, a young woman makes a Faustian bargain to live forever – and is cursed to be forgotten by everyone she meets.
Body of Stars, Laura Walter, Dutton Penguin Random House - From debut novelist Laura Maylene Walter, a bold and dazzling exploration of fate and female agency in a world very similar to our own—except that the markings on women's bodies reveal the future.
Black Buck, Mateo Askaripour, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt - Darren Vender was the valedictorian of his high school class, but he is satisfied with his life living with his mother in Bed-Stuy, hanging out with his girlfriend Soraya, and managing a Starbucks in a high-rise office building
The Lost Apothecary, Debut Novel, Sarah Penner, Park Row Books - Sarah Penner had more than one hundred rejection for her first novel. But she never gave up. Her second work, THE LOST APOTHECARY, has just been published by Park Row Publishing.