• No Heaven for Good Boys

    No Heaven for Good Boys

    Bush, Keisha

    " Bush does a wonderfully skilled job of capturing the dialogue of the young Talibé boys of Dakar."--Kristy

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  • A Psalm for the Wild-built

    A Psalm for the Wild-built

    Chambers, Becky

    "Hugo Award winner Chambers (the Wayfarers series) launches the Monk and Robot series with this contemplative, bite-size novel." (Publishers Weekly)

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  • Black Water Sister

    Black Water Sister

    Cho, Zen

    "Recently arrived in Malaysia, Jess begins hearing the voice of her estranged, deceased grandmother, Ah Ma. Soon, she's pulled into Ah Ma's unfinished business, acting as a medium for the deity Black Water Sister and going up against a gang who would pave over Black Water Sister's temple. "--Andrea

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  • Defekt

    Defekt

    Cipri, Nino

    " This follow-up to 2020's Finna follows Derek, coworker of Ava and Jules and seemingly the perfect corporate employee at the dimension-spanning LitenVärld furniture store." (BookList)

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  • A Master of Djinn

    A Master of Djinn

    Clark, P. Djèlí

    "In 1912 Cairo, a new world where the Egyptian Ministry of Alchemy, Enchantments and Supernatural Entities maintains an uneasy peace, the Ministry’s youngest agent, Fatima, must stop an imposter who threatens to tear apart the very fabric of this new Egyptian society." (NoveList)

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  • Razorblade Tears

    Razorblade Tears

    Cosby, S. A.

    "Two fathers, one Black and one white, seek revenge on those responsible for murdering their gay sons. A propulsive and gritty thriller."--Frank

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  • What's Mine and Yours

    What's Mine and Yours

    Coster, Naima

    "Coster, a Kirkus Prize finalist for Halsey Street (2018), returns with an intergenerational saga of two North Carolina families inextricably connected by trauma and love." (Kirkus)

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  • The Sentence

    The Sentence

    Erdrich, Louise

    "Narrated by a formerly incarcerated Indigenous woman who works at Louise's Minneapolis-based Birchbark Books (Louise even appears as a character!), Tookie, this novel is a ghost story as well as a love letter to independent booksellers. bookstores, and readers. Set just before and during the pandemic and the uprisings in response to George Floyd's murder, Tookie's meditations on family, grief, social justice, and the power of story feel deeply resonant."--Misha

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  • Ghost Forest

    Ghost Forest

    Fung, Pik-Shuen

    "A semi-autobiographical debut novel told through vignettes. It has a very similar feeling to House on Mango Street (the intro quote is even by Sandra Cisnero's)."--Eliza

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  • The Echo Wife

    The Echo Wife

    Gailey, Sarah

    "A scientist in the near future catches her husband having an affair – with a genetically cloned replica of herself. This page-turning sci-fi thriller (by a local writer) made me think deeply about the nature of identity and relationships."--Paige

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