The Woman Inside, E G Scott, Dutton - Nothing is as it seems, and no one can be trusted in debut domestic thriller THE WOMAN INSIDE by writing duo, E.G. Scott (whose real names are Elizabeth Keenan and Greg Wand).
The Kinship of Secrets, Eugenia Kim, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt – When the Chos left Korea in 1948 for America, they brought one daughter, Miran, but left their baby Inja with their family in Korea.
Shelf Life of Happiness, Virginia Pye Virginia Pye had always written, but when she took a class from Annie Dillard at Wesleyan University in Connecticut she began to get a deeper sense of what writing requires.
Rush, Lisa Patton, St. Martin's Press - Set in modern-day Oxford, Mississippi, on the Ole Miss campus, bestselling author Lisa Patton’s RUSH is a story about women from all walks of life discovering their voice and their empowerment.
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Evergreen Tidings from the Baumgartners, Gretchen Anthony, Park Row Books – Christmas letters don’t always paint a true picture of a family’s life.
The Widows, Jess Montgomery, Minotaur Books - Every writer knows that idea that won’t leave you alone, that book that begs to be written.
She Was the Quiet One, Michele Campbell, Macmillan - She was the Quiet One is about twin sisters, Bel and Rose who have been sent to Odell Academy boarding school after their mother passes away.
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Whiskey When We’re Dry, John Larison, Viking – Jessalyn Harney’s mother dies giving birth on the family’s struggling ranch on the frontier, leaving her father and brother, Noah, to raise her.