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They are just a few of the ragtag group of women from South Korea, Canada, and the U.S. recruited to form South Korea’s women’s Olympic ice hockey team last year. Add to that a blond haired, blue-eyed coach arriving with baggage of her own and something to prove, and you’ve got the ingredients of the great underdog story A Team of Their Own [Hanover Square Press, Oct. 1] by Seth (read more…)

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If a literary novel that marries All the Light We Cannot See with Oceans Eleven sounds right up your book club’s alley, then we have the book for you. In E.R. Ramzipoor’s The Ventriloquists [8/27, Park Row Books], a ragtag gang of resistance fighters–including a misfit journalist, a forger, and a young street urchin–go to extraordinary lengths and risk their lives to publish a satiric newspaper mocking the Reich. Download (read more…)

If’ you’re like us and have been hiding from a heatwave all week, you probably just want to curl up inside all day with a good book and a cool treat. Thankfully, Inkyard has got you covered with “Cool Books, Cool Treats,” a suggested reading guide that pairs your sweet tooth with titles by some of your favorite YA authors–curated during our former life as Harlequin TEEN! Refresh yourself with (read more…)

How to Hack a Heartbreak cover

Author Kristin Rockaway has deep working roots in the Silicon Valley, so she knows a thing or two about the “brogramming” world. (Yes, that’s a thing!) So don’t miss her novel HOW TO HACK A HEARTBREAK [July 31, Graydon House], a snarky, fun, and incredibly timely novel about women in tech and dating in NYC. (Think: a breezy read with a conscience.) And librarians across the country agree, because they’ve (read more…)

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