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You Take It From Here
“I can’t wait to pass this book
along to every woman who ever mattered to me.”
—JOSHILYN JACKSON, New York Times bestselling author of Gods in Alabama and A Grown-Up Kind of Pretty
Smidge takes Danielle to the middle of nowhere to reveal a diagnosis of terminal cancer, followed by an unusual request: “After I’m gone, I want you to finish the job. Marry my husband. Raise my daughter. I’m gonna teach you to how to be Smidge 2.0”.
"A refreshing, original love story about two socially awkward yet utterly fascinating people. Fans of John Green's quirky lovers in The Fault in Our Stars or Matthew Quirk's Silver Linings Playbook will want to check this one out."
Samuel Cooke knows most women wouldn’t give him a second glance even if he were the last man on earth. He’s the cripple with crutches, the nerdy computer genius every female past puberty feels compelled to mother. So when he leaves his lucrative career to teach programming to high schoolers, romance definitely isn’t on his radar. Perhaps that’s why Greta Cassamajor catches him off guard.
Crossing on the Paris
“Gynther proves herself a fine storyteller with this artful tale.”
Downton Abbey meets Titanic in this sweeping historical novel about three women of different generations and classes, whose lives intersect on a majestic ocean liner traveling from Paris to New York in the wake of World War I.
The Typewriter Girl
“An outstanding debut.”
—Publishers Weekly (starred review)
When Betsey, a “typewriter girl” in a London firm, is fired after turning down her boss’s inappropriate advances, she leaves without her last check, but with the courage to forge a reference and make a new start at a seaside resort. Will she find independence—and love—in Idensea?
Amaryllis in Blueberry
“Beautifully written and
New York Times bestselling author of The Nightingale
In the stirring tradition of The Secret Life of Bees and The Poisonwood Bible, Amaryllis in Blueberry explores the complexity of human relationships set against an unforgettable backdrop. Told through the haunting voices of Dick and Seena Slepy and their four daughters, Christina Meldrum’s soulful novel weaves together the past and the present of a family harmed—and healed—by buried secrets.
When She Was Gone
“Full of heart but free of sentimentality, When She Was Gone shows the sinews of belonging and not-belonging that bind a community.”
author of The Unfinished Work of Elizabeth D
Tom Perrotta’s Little Children meets Alice Sebold’s The Lovely Bones in this suspenseful and beautifully wrought story of a seventeen-year-old girl who vanishes on the eve of her departure for college, as told through the alternating perspectives of her neighbors.
Three Lives of Tomomi Ishikawa
“A haunting, mysterious, and beautifully executed novel. I couldn’t put it down…Benjamin Constable’s elegant debut reads like a cross between a puzzle and a fairytale.”
—Emily St. John Mandel, author of The Lola Quartet
A new and enticing voice in fiction draws readers through the streets of Paris and New York on an intricate adventure. It’s twisting, contemplative, playful, and darkly entertaining.
The Home for Broken Hearts
”Coleman’s newest novel tells a mature, thoughtful story, successfully juggling a large cast of characters and creating men and women alike with balance and humor…an engaging cast and heartwarming story.”
For young widow Ellen Wood, her Victorian home is a refuge—a place to feel safe with her eleven-year-old son, Charlie. But when money grows so tight that Ellen could lose the house, her sister, Hannah, makes a radical suggestion...rent out some of the rooms. Soon Ellen has three lodgers: Sabine, a German coworker of Hannah’s, recently separated from her husband; Allegra, an eccentric but wise novelist; and Matt, an up-and-coming young journalist in search of his voice, who has just landed a plum job in London.
“Light comedy and good food make
a winning combination.”
—Kirkus Reviews (starred review)
Sometimes the shortest distance between two people is the length of a kitchen table...Filled to the brim with homemade warmth, Angelina’s Bachelors is a sweet tale of overcoming grief, redefining family, and following your heart—through food.
The Meryl Streep Movie Club
“In the bestselling tradition of The Friday Night Knitting Club and The Jane Austen Book Club, three women find unexpected answers, happiness, and one another, using Meryl Streep’s movies as their inspiration.”
Two sisters and the cousin they grew up with after a tragedy are summoned home to their family matriarch’s inn on the coast of Maine for a shocking announcement. Suddenly, Isabel, June, and Kat are sharing the attic bedroom—and barely speaking. But when innkeeper Lolly asks them to join her and the guests in the parlor for weekly Movie Night—it’s Meryl Streep month—they find themselves sharing secrets, talking long into the night... and questioning everything they thought they knew about life, love, and one another.
A Certain Summer
”I’m crazy about A Certain Summer...For anyone who has a summer place that they have adored, this book will bring up memories.”
”Nothing ever changes at Wauregan.” That mystique is the tradition of the idyllic island colony off the shore of Long Island, the comforting tradition that its summer dwellers have lived by for over half a century. But in the summer of 1948, after a world war has claimed countless men—even those who came home—the time has come to deal with history’s indelible scars.
Love Water Memory
”A beautiful novel about what the mind forgets and what the heart remembers.”
—Jamie Ford, New York Times bestselling author
If you could do it all over again, would you still choose him? At age thirty-nine, Lucie Walker has no choice but to start her life over when she comes to, up to her knees in the chilly San Francisco Bay, with no idea how she got there or who she is. Her memory loss is caused by an emotional trauma she knows nothing about, and only when handsome, quiet Grady Goodall arrives at the hospital does she learn she has a home, a career, and a wedding just two months away.