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Lillian likes variety in what she reads, mostly literary fiction, but also nonfiction and mystery. She likes stories with well-developed characters and interesting locations and loves accents when listening to audiobooks. Lillian recommends...
The Soulmate Equation by
A delightful romance, filled with good characters and a bit of science. A single mom and the owner of a dating service become involved. Written with humor and charm, you will be rooting for this couple. A fun book to lighten your mood. If you like audiobooks this is a great one to listen to - the narrator is outstanding.
The Guncle by
Absolutely delightful storytelling by Rowley. A gay uncle takes in his niece and nephew after their mother, who was his best friend, dies. Fans of author Jonathan Tropper and the TV show Schitt's Creek will enjoy the wit and wisdom of Rowley's characters. A book to make you laugh and cry.
Who Is Maud Dixon? by
When an aspiring novelist gets fired from her job in publishing she falls into what she thinks is her dream job. A well-constructed plot and interesting characters make this story of identity theft a real page-turner.
The Postscript Murders by
Lots of twists and turns in this second Harbinder Kaur mystery with a whole cast of interesting characters. The death of an elderly "murder consultant" is just the first in a series of deaths and a team of amateur helpers get involved to help solve the crimes.
Sorrow and Bliss by
This is a heartbreaking account of a once-successful writer who pushes away her devoted husband and moves back into her childhood home, where she then struggles to come to terms with the mental illness that has overshadowed her entire life.