The Wrong Kind of Woman, Sarah McCraw Crow, Harper Collins - An unexpected death and a wave of social upheaval collide in Sarah McCraw Crow’s The Wrong Kind of Woman (MIRA Books/HarperCollins).
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The New Wilderness, Diane Cook, Harper Collins - Five-year-old Agnes was dying in the polluted city, so her mother, Bea, joins a group headed for the only remaining wilderness.
The Son of Good Fortune, Lysley Tenorio, Harper Collins - When he is 10, Excel’s mother, Maxima, tells him they are TNT – hiding and hiding – they are not in the U.S. legally.
Make Them Cry, Smith Henderson & Jon Marc Smith, Harper Collins - Can private military contractors hired by the United States to stabilize violence in Afghanistan by taking over the country's heroin traffic use the same tactics with Mexican drug cartels?
Saving Missy, Beth Morrey, Harper Collins - Best-selling debut author, Beth Morrey, was inspired to write her ‘coming-of-old’ novel, The Love Story of Missy Carmichael/Saving Missy, about a lonely woman saved by the people around her, when she got to know her community on maternity leave.
The Indie Bestseller List - Published Wednesday, December 11, 2019 (for the sales week ended Sunday, December 8, 2019). Based on reporting from many hundreds of independent bookstores across the United States.
The Confessions of Frannie Langton, Sara Collins, Harper Collins - Frannie grew up a slave on a Jamaican plantation. Her master, Langton, chose her as his assistant in his experiments on cadavers.
The Indie Bestsellers List - Published Wednesday, July 24, 2019 (for the sales week ended Sunday, July 21, 2019). Based on reporting from many hundreds of independent bookstores across the United States.
Boy Swallows Universe, Trent Dalton, Harper Collins - To say that 12-year-old Eli Bell lives an unusual life would be a gross understatement. His brother, Gus, communicates by writing words in the air, some of which seem prophetic ...
A Woman is No Man, Etaf Rum, Harper Collins - Three generations of women in a Palestinian family deal with a culture that considers girl babies a curse and boys a blessing, that teaches that women are inferior to men.