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March LibraryReads

  ALL the fireworks and champagne for Park Row authors Annie Ward (Beautiful Bad) and Phaedra Patrick (The Library of Lost and Found)–and to the public librarians across the nation who loved and voted these books for the March 2019 LibraryReads List! And if you haven’t yet had a chance to preview these amazing books, have no fear. Catch the e-galleys while they’re still available to request on Netgalley:    request: (read more…)

And the love for Ginny continues … The wonderful folks at LibraryReads have selected Benjamin Ludwig’s Ginny Moon [Park Row Books] as one of four recommended book club picks for their debut round-up on Book Club Central. Says Vicki Nesting of the St. Charles Parish Library: “What an amazing debut novel! Ludwig effectively captures the voice, thought process, and behaviors of a young autistic girl who has escaped a harrowing (read more…)

Emily’s perfect life is shattered when her daughter, Leah, disappears while on the lake behind their home. I’ll Be Watching You [MIRA, March 2019], follows Emily as she pieces together the circumstances of Leah’s last days and discovers evil she is determined to expose. Library Journal praises the book in their starred review: “[A] combination of nightmare and mystery… Readers will be rapt as they race to discover the culprit, (read more…)

The Rose [MIRA Books, April 2019] follows college grad and escort agency madame Lia and irresistibly handsome August as they discover the secrets of the kylix – a priceless artifact from Greek mythology that brings the owner’s deepest sexual fantasies to life… “An otherworldly, titillating endeavor. Highly recommended for fans of the author and for readers seeking luscious erotica with more than a touch of magical realism.” – Library Journal, starred review  The Rose is currently available for request on Netgalley. (read more…)

Sex in the City meets Baby Mama in Falguni Kothari’s newest novel, The Object of Your Affections [Graydon House, February 2019]. Chic, free-spirited attorney Paris Fraiser Kahn and her BFF, the elegant, reserved atelier curator Naira Dalmia, rewrite the rules of friendship, love, and family in glamorous New York City, and forge their own paths of motherhood and self-discovery through an unorthodox arrangement. “Kothari manages to balance deeply complicated issues of marriage, feminism, and abandonment with enough aspirational escapism to make (read more…)

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