“The Paper Man is a haunting story gorgeously crafted with subtle themes of identity, nationalism, dislocation, lost love, and the price of fame.”
Twenty-two-year-old May Schott wonders what life has in store for her.
The Amish community of Paradise Valley, Missouri, is the setting where local widows share their bond of grief and faith in the “Whoopie Pie Widow’s Club.” Taking on the sole responsibility of carin
“‘Books, she has found, are a way to live a thousand lives—or to find strength in a very long one.’”
“Ash is such a compelling, if disturbing, character, and Hall’s writing is so eloquent that Glitterland is more substantial than the usual gay romcom.”
“a rich tapestry of a book . . .”
“The stories of two families—one Hindu, the other Muslim—are interwoven in Aanchal Malhotra’s lush debut novel, which spans almost a century . . . "
“breathes a highly charged life into the work of an incredible poet and the whole of the work is elevated . . .”
The Amish community of Shadow Lake, located near Lake Erie, Pennsylvania, is the setting for book #2 in the Shadow Lake series.
“A beautiful, compelling portrait of dance . . sure to become a book group favorite, rich in discussion topics that are as provocative as they are complex.”
“Its message of love’s power—the passion that ignites every day no matter our circumstances—to outlast war is captivating.”
“Cruz has created an unforgettable character in Cara. And readers will feel like they’ve made a new, fascinating friend.”
Ellie Hosteller resides in a large Amish community in Lancaster County with her parents and her twin brother Evan. The family owns a huge orchard supplying apples and peaches to restaurants and whi
Debbie Macomber has once again given readers a delightful story, relatable and likeable characters, and the perfect level of tension.
Historical fiction that features real people can be problematic.
At 128 pages, The Reservoir is described as a novella. Fever dream would be more apt.
“This book is annoying from the get-go. Most annoying is not knowing the fundamental rule of suspense. . . .
Readers who haven’t yet discovered the savvy, comedic rom-coms of award-winning author Bethany Turner are in for a treat with her latest second-chance romance, The Do-Over.
“Hair-raising and shocking, the fiery determination to right what is wrong combined with the acts of personal selflessness strengthens this plot into a thrilling read.”
Miriam Stolzfus has just returned from Ohio to Lost Creek after taking care of her aunt who had surgery.
“Clive Cussler’s The Devil’s Sea delivers what it promises: non-stop, breakneck, diverting entertainment.”
Tasha Jenkins is somewhat lonely, residing in a studio apartment in Vista Peak, Colorado, with her cat, Milo, and many debts mounting.
The Delicious Delicacies Bakery in Blue Moon Bay is 29-year-old Jessica Connolly's pride and joy.
“romantic novels exist not just to sustain a fantasy, but also to help people learn how to love and celebrate it.”
Hannah Antonicelli is heartbroken when her older sister Marnie succumbs to an overdose. She prayed she could have helped Marnie with her problems, which riddles her with guilt as well as grief.