Women’s Fiction

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“Pretty as a Picture is a fun, slightly eerie, definitely scary look at real murder in a make-believe world.”

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“Be warned: Once you pick up the book, you won’t put it down until the end.”

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"Because it’s so topical and #MeToo and yet not #MeToo at all, because it’s written with so many nuanced and believable details, My Dark Vanessa is gripping from the first

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Everyone is familiar with the question "Where do you want to be in five years?"

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“It's an unforgettable experience. The author is an extraordinary writer . . .”

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“Zigman is an excellent writer who knows how to keep all the balls in the air.

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“The best readership for this novel may be those most fascinated by the real or imagined lives of artists, a journey that King has portrayed effectively and compassionately with well-crafte

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We are all actors in the comedy and drama of our own lives, caught in a story inherited from family, redrawn by fate, and reconstructed by us as we look dizzily backward.

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“A clever story with a well-written and worked out plot, a window into the world of neuroscience and a meditation on consciousness and identity, Mr.

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When solitude is imperative, North Carolina's Blue Ridge Mountains can offer peace and beauty. Kat Jamison needs to make an important, life-altering decision, and she decides this is where she want

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“a nuanced exploration of family jealousies, mental illness, and repercussions that reverberate throughout generations.”

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“this novel is definitely a page-turner.”

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“Topics of Conversation is a smart, well-articulated and -designed novel.

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The Country Guesthouse is an enjoyable, quick read.

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Mason, Missouri, is a typical small town where everyone knows everyone—and their business, too.

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“If this book were an opera, De Robertis would be deafened by curtain call after curtain call after every performance.

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The opening chapter of Fishnet, the debut novel by Kirsten Innes, is a mystery that takes almost the entire novel to piece together. Who is speaking? What is happening?

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Readers of literature, especially those trained in the classics, come to every book and novel with not-so-deeply-buried expectations that the book they’re about to open, the story they’re about to

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a charming holiday read.”

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A year has passed, and Irene Steele is still trying to understand how her husband Russ could have deceived her.

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The Third Daughter is a tribute to the women who endured, who killed themselves, who were brutalized, who escaped, who lived the horrors described therein.

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In this exquisitely written, psychologically sophisticated novel, rich in insight and sensitivity to human vulnerability, Anshaw suggests that shared tragedies do not nece

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“Walbert’s prose is undeniably lovely, and her stories evoke vivid moments in time.”

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“Peopled with strong female characters, A Single Thread is a tribute to those women who defied convention and dared to find happiness in a world that had nothing left to offer them

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