• You Exist Too Much

    You Exist Too Much

    Arafat, Zaina

    Told in vignettes that occur in American and Middle East settings, a debut novel follows the experiences of a young Palestinian-American who is marginalized for her sexual orientation before the traumas of her past drive her toward self-destructive impulses. (NoveList)

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  • Black Buck

    Black Buck

    Askaripour, Mateo

    An unambitious college graduate accepts a job at Sumwun, the hottest NYC startup, and reimagines himself as "Buck" a ruthless salesman and begins to hatch a plan to help young people of color infiltrate America's sales force. (NoveList)

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  • Your House Will Pay

    Your House Will Pay

    Cha, Steph

    A real-life racially-charged incident is transfigured into a riveting story about two families’ heartbreaking struggles to transcend rage and loss. (Kirkus)

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  • Piranesi

    Piranesi

    Clarke, Susanna

    Living in a labyrinthine house of endless corridors, flooded staircases and thousands of statues, Piranesi assists the dreamlike dwelling's only other resident throughout a mysterious research project before evidence emerges of an astonishing alternate world. (NoveList)

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  • When No One Is Watching

    When No One Is Watching

    Cole, Alyssa

    Finding unexpected support from a new friend while collecting stories from her rapidly vanishing Brooklyn community, Sydney uncovers sinister truths about a regional gentrification project and why her neighbors are moving away. (NoveList)

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  • The Confessions of Frannie Langton

    The Confessions of Frannie Langton

    Collins, Sara

    There's betrayal, depravity, pseudoscience, forbidden love, drug addiction, white supremacy, and, oh yes, a murder mystery with tightly wound knots to unravel. (Kirkus)

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  • The Last Mrs. Parrish

    The Last Mrs. Parrish

    Constantine, Liv

    A wealthy woman with a handsome husband is preyed on by a ruthless con artist. (Kirkus)

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  • Dominicana

    Dominicana

    Cruz, Angie

    Ana Canción is 15 when her parents marry her off to 32-year-old Juan Ruiz as part of a business arrangement, and she leaves her family farm in the Dominican Republic to move to New York City. (Kirkus)

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  • The Death of Vivek Oji

    The Death of Vivek Oji

    Emezi, Akwaeke

    The author of the young adult novel Pet, a finalist for the 2019 National Book Award, offers another exploration of gender identity, this time for adults. (Kirkus)

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  • Crooked Hallelujah

    Crooked Hallelujah

    Ford, Kelli Jo

    An intergenerational story about mothers and daughters struggling to keep their family together in the midst of poverty, illness, and natural disasters in the Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma and the Red River region of Texas. (Kirkus)

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