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Dear Haiti, Love Alaine cover

Meet Alaine Beauparlant: she’s a whip-smart aspiring journalist whose revenge-against-the-mean-girls prank goes very awry, and she is sent to live with her posh aunt in her family’s native Haiti to do volunteer work as penance. There, she will uncover family secrets that may or may not be related to a family curse, navigate her fraught (and heartbreaking) relationship with her brilliant journalist mother, and ultimately come to embrace her beautifully (read more…)

Summer Hours cover

Is your book club looking for the quintessential summer read? Says The Kiss Quotient author Helen Hoang of one such book: “[Amy Mason] Doan’s writing sweeps you away to the high-speed, sun-soaked backdrop of nineties California and takes you on a woman’s journey toward finding herself.” Don’t miss Summer Hours [Graydon House, on sale now], about the idealism of youth, the seductive power of nostalgia, and what happens when you (read more…)

Amy Mason Doan still remembers how much she loved the 1990s, reading feminist ‘zines and hanging out at bargain matinees at her local theater. What better way to share the love than to write an “unforgettable” (Bookpage) “perfect summer read” (Booklist): Summer Hours (on sale now, Graydon House Books). And now she’s right here to share her June favorites with you! Tea So Nice, I Make It Ice: The Mt. (read more…)

Truth Worth Telling cover

CBS Austin interviewer Trevor Scott quoted a librarian, who in turn was quoting 60 Minutes correspondent Scott Pelley, about the shared mission of librarians and journalists to the high calling of “enlightenment, facts and storytelling.” Don’t miss Scott talking about this truth as it relates to his memoir, Truth Worth Telling: A Reporter’s Search for Meaning in the Stories of Our Times [Hanover Square Press, on sale today!] Extra bonus: (read more…)

The Favorite Daughter cover

To what lengths will one woman go in order to keep her family together? Kaira Rouda’s latest pyschological thriller takes the trope of the unreliable narrator to a whole other level–when the unreliable narrator is a desperate mother, that is. Says Publishers Weekly in its starred review of The Favorite Daughter [Graydon House, on sale today!]: “Suspense fans will be amply rewarded.” May we also humbly suggest that The Favorite (read more…)

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