• Lillian Boxfish Takes A Walk

    Lillian Boxfish Takes A Walk

    Rooney, Kathleen

    A poet and writer of clever, innovative ad copy, Margaret Fishback was admired in her time—the pre–Mad Men era—but is mostly forgotten now. (Kirkus)

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  • We Cast A Shadow

    We Cast A Shadow

    Ruffin, Maurice Carlos

    In a near-future South where an increasing number of people with dark skin endure cosmetic procedures to pass as white, a father embarks on an obsessive quest to protect his son, who bears a dark, spreading birthmark. (NoveList)

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  • Women Talking

    Women Talking

    Toews, Miriam

    After learning the men in the community have been drugging and attacking more than a hundred women, eight Mennonite women meet in secret to decide whether they should escape to a place outside the colony or stay in the only world they've ever known. (NoveList)

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  • The Revisioners

    The Revisioners

    Sexton, Margaret Wilkerson

    Explores the impact of racism and interracial relationships between women through the story of an early 20th-century farmer and her unemployed single mother descendant. (NoveList)

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  • Home Fire

    Home Fire

    Shamsie, Kamila

    Given a chance to resume a deferred dream years after raising her troubled siblings, Isma worries about the influence of a powerful politician's son who drives the family to choose between love and loyalty, with devastating consequences. (NoveList)

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  • Great Circle

    Great Circle

    Shipstead, Maggie

    The intertwined journeys of an aviatrix born in 1914 and an actress cast to play her a century later. (Kirkus)

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  • Sorrowland

    Sorrowland

    Solomon, Rivers

    A Lambda Award–winning writer explores America’s dark history of brutalizing Black bodies in their latest work of speculative fiction. (Kirkus)

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  • The House of Broken Angels

    The House of Broken Angels

    Urrea, Luis Alberto

    Across one bittersweet weekend in their San Diego neighborhood, revelers mingle among the palm trees and cacti, celebrating the lives of family patriarch Miguel "Big Angel" De La Cruz and his mother, and recounting the many tales that have passed into family lore. (NoveList)

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  • The Far Field

    The Far Field

    Vijay, Madhuri

    The chain of events connecting a privileged young Indian woman, her volatile mother, and a tale-spinning Kashmiri merchant leads to tragedy in a story of religious conflict and domestic damage set in contemporary India. (Kirkus)

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  • The Chosen and the Beautiful

    The Chosen and the Beautiful

    Vo, Nghi

    Jordan Baker recounts the story of Daisy Buchanan and her ill-fated relationship with Jay Gatsby.Jordan, born in Vietnam, was adopted by the Bakers as a child, launching her into a world of old money and magic different from her own. (Kirkus)

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