Claire's marriage is on the rocks after her husband loses his job and finds a new one that keeps him away from home. When she keeps being thrown together with the handsome cop who pulled her over, it suddenly seems as if her marriage may be in even more trouble than she first thought.
In this, the 23rd entry in Sue Grafton's Kinsey Millhone Mysteries series, a dead man is found with nothing on him except Kinsey's name and phone number, dragging her into a Pandora's Box of betrayals and misunderstandings.
From the author of Waiting to Exhale and How Stella Got Her Groove Back, Who Asked You? focuses on a family in a diverse Los Angeles neighborhood. Life doesn't look like BJ imagined it would, but family brings unlooked for blessings, right alongside the burdens.
In Iceland in 1829, a young woman named Agnes is accused of murdering her former master and is sent to an isolated farm to await her execution. Although the family initially avoids Agnes, eventually they come to realize there is more to her story than they realized.
The Longest Ride is a novel written in true Nicholas Sparks fashion, following the parallel lives of two couples whose lives will intertwine in unlikely ways.
Jhumpa Lahiri's long-awaited second novel follows the lives of two inseparable brothers who are growing up in Calcutta. As adults, their lives go in two different directions, with one brother staying in India and the other moving to the U.S. But when the worst happens, it is the bonds of family that are strongest.
In the tradition of Julia Child, diplomatic wife Ann Mah approaches her time in Paris as a possibility for a gastronomical adventure. Mastering the Art of French Eating is a lovely record of the people and food Mah encounter on her journey.
MaddAddam is the final book in Margaret Atwood's MaddAddam trilogy, a speculative fiction series that focuses on how humanity endures, specifically the importance of love and community.
Former soldier Cormoran Strike is barely making it as a private investigator until a new client comes in claiming that his supermodel sister was murdered; the police ruled her death a suicide, but John Bristow doesn't believe it and wants Strike to find out what really happened to her. Cuckoo's Calling debuted to positive reviews but low sales until U.K. paper the Telegraph broke the news on July 13, 2013, that Robert Galbraith was actually a pseudonym for J.K. Rowling, author of the beloved Harry Potter series.
In this thrilling conclusion to the Gallagher Girls series, Cammie Morgan and her friends must track down the members of the Circle of Cavan, a terrorist organization, to find out why they have been targeting Cammie and stop them — whatever it takes.
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