Philippa Gregory (fiction, Atria Books)
On Midsummer’s Eve in 1648, Alinor meets a man on the run. But Alinor herself is not safe; she is a single woman and the country is obsessed with witches.
The Other’s Gold
Elizabeth Ames (fiction, Viking)
Four young women are assigned to the same suite at Quincy-Hawthorn College, forming fierce friendships that will follow them well into adulthood.
John Marrs (fiction, Berkley)
Set in a not-too-distant future, automated cars are now the norm. One morning, as eight people get into their vehicles, they are told by an automated voice: “You are going to die.” The doors lock.
That’s What Frenemies Are For
Sophie Littlefield and Lauren Gershell (fiction, Ballantine Books)
A laugh-out-loud book about Upper East Sider Julia, who’s concerned her social capital is on the decline.
E.R. Ramzipoor (fiction, Park Row)
In 1943 Brussels, a group of rogue journalists-turned-resistance fighters have been given a terrible choice: Turn their newspaper into Nazi propaganda or be killed.
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