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A Necessary End by Holly Brown: A riveting novel of psychological suspense about a woman determined to be a mother despite a past full of secrets, a husband who’s nowhere near ready for fatherhood, and a teenaged birth mother with a mysterious agenda of her own.
The Flying Circus by Susan Crandall: An adventure tale about two daredevils and a farm boy who embark on the journey of a lifetime across America’s heartland in the Roaring Twenties.
It’s You by Jane Porter: In the wake of a tragedy, Dr. Alison McAdams has lost her way. When she’s summoned to care for her ailing father, she’s not sure she has anything to offer him. As she becomes part of the community, makes new friends, and hears stories of a generation who survived the Second World War, she begins to find hope again.
The Girl Who Wore Silk by Kelli Estes: Inara is exploring her aunt’s estate when she uncovers an elaborately stitched piece of fabric. As she peels back layer upon layer of the secrets it holds, life becomes interwoven with that of Mei Lein, a young Chinese girl driven from her home a century before.
Center of Gravity by Laura McNeill: When her picture-perfect marriage begins unraveling at the seams, Ava convinces herself she can fix it until her husband’s behavior grows more erratic every day, revealing the unfailing and dangerous truth that things—and people—are not always what they seem.
Love Lies Beneath by Ellen Hopkins: Tara, once a widow, twice divorced, opens up to Cavin Lattimore. Unexpectedly, Tara finds herself dependent on the new man in her life—perhaps too much so. However perfect Tara’s life appears, things are beginning to get messy.
Dear Committee Members by Julie Schumacher: Jason Fitger is a beleaguered professor of creative writing and literature. In short, his life is a tale of woe told through a series of hilarious letters of recommendation that Fitger is endlessly called upon by his students and colleagues to produce.
Signal by Patrick Lee: Sam Dryden lives quietly in a small coastal town in southern California, buying and fixing up old houses until an unexpected phone call pulls Dryden into the middle of a situation that’s as violent as it is baffling.
How to Start a Fire by Lisa Lutz: From a bestselling writer, a story of unexpected friendship—three women thrown together in college who grow to adulthood united and divided by secrets, lies, and a single night that shaped all of them.