Women’s Fiction

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“Anyone who enjoys literary or psychological fiction won’t be able to put this whip smart novel down.”

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Veronica Gerber Bicecci’s debut novel, second book and her first translated into English, Empty Set (Conjunto vacío), has multiple dualities—the verbal and the visual, th

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When the book jacket describes this book as “fiendishly clever,” “with masterful twists,” which “gallops along at breakneck speed with an ending that takes your breath away,” it is enjoyable to fin

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Many women's biggest desire is to have children, and Sara Cabot is not exempt.

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“Fans of historical fiction or tales of women defying the odds will be immediately drawn in to Runyan’s crisp, effortless prose.”

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When Autumn was published 15 months ago—the first in a planned “seasonal” quartet by the award-winning, Scottish-born writer Ali Smith—it was dubbed “the first great Brexit novel.” So what

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Many teenagers deal with bullying and count the days until they can put high school behind them.

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“Cantrell weaves moving and inspirational stories that make her one of today’s most beloved storytellers. Perennials may be her most breathtaking yet.”

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“This is a gentle novel, the literary equivalent of warm slippers and a cup of tea by the fire.”

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“. . . love, I suppose, is the single prerequisite for feeling at home.”

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Short story collections often give readers a taste of a writer’s style, preoccupations, and a sense of whether the reader will enjoy an author’s longer works of fiction.

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They say you can never go home again, and after being away for a long period of time, it can be frightening to go back. This is what Teddi Lerner is facing.

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“a fabulously complex and mysterious tale that is full of atmosphere and suspense.”

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“a tantalizing look into how Austen’s classic works were shaped by her close relationship with her brother, as well as the financial scandals and disasters of the Regency era.”

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“an insightful and astute snapshot of obsession.” 

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“historically accurate, warm, moving and easy to recommend.”

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“Something happened here that summer. Something Louise blamed my mom for.”

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Because someone has gone astray and made mistakes, do they deserve a second chance, even if their missteps have meant being incarcerated?

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The Warner family has owned a summer house on Nantucket for more than three decades. Alice and Tripp, parents to Tom and Caroline, always spend their vacation there, especially to enjoy the Fourth

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“Given the recent happenings in Charlottesville, Virginia, it’s hard to imagine a more relevant release date for this lovely, important book. This is a book for our time.”

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“This novel is one the reader will finish with a sigh, and then set his sights on the nearest bookshop in hopes of finding his own happily ever after.”

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“Fierce Kingdom is a novel that crackles with tension and danger. . . . Do yourself a favor and devour this book before the inevitable movie premiere.”

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"Kukafka eloquently describes the self-destruction that ensues by allowing others to define us."

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“Bravo, J. R. Ward.”

 

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Karen Krupp loves Tom, her husband of almost two years. They live in a well-appointed house in an upper-middle-class neighborhood in New York.

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