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Maybe we’re a little biased, but there’s just something irresistible when it comes to books about books. The authors who write books and the readers who devour them are all passionate people, making them a captivating subject. But it’s not all stories of charming bookshops in picturesque villages! These reads show just what lengths people are willing to go to for that special book, whether it's the romantic gesture of a lifetime or a dark decision they can never take back. Read more...
"An American family's vacation to Australia goes seriously awry when they visit an isolated island off the coast, inhabited by a large family with no regard for morals or laws. This is a compulsive thriller, soon to be a Hulu series. " —Anne
"Tracy Flick is an assistant principal at a suburban New Jersey high school, up for a long-overdue promotion, but finds obstacles in her way. Told from multiple perspectives and manages multiple themes including revenge, ambition, Me Too and atonement." —Lillian
"Botanist Saffron is already struggling to get ahead in the boys club of academia in 1923 London when her mentor's affinity for toxic plants lands them in the middle of a poisoning investigation." —Laura
"A mother and her young son spend the summer at an old historic manor house in England, where they find the skeleton of a woman walled into a forgotten room, causing past and present secrets to be revealed." —Anne
"A delightful romance full of humor and drama and perfect for fans of the Great British Bake Off. A single mother enters a baking competition to try to turn her life around and finds that she has to figure out her priorities and true desires." —Lillian
"Historical fiction set in 16th century Rome, where the pope's personal chef dies so his apprentice/nephew takes over the job while trying to decipher the journals full of secrets he left behind." —Mary
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