• Dr. No

    Dr. No

    Everett, Percival

    "Professor Wala Kitu - i.e. 'Nothing Nothing' - knows everything about nothing, which would be supervillain John Sill seeks to unleash on a racist America. Literary trickster extraordinaire Everett does James Bond, with devastating results that squeeze and tickle the brain. My kind of mayhem, madness with a method in it." - David

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  • Woman of Light

    Woman of Light

    Fajardo-Anstine, Kali

    In 1930s Denver, Luz "Little Light" Lopez, a tea leaf reader and laundress, begins having visions that transport her to her Indigenous homeland in the nearby Lost Territory where she must save her family stories from disappearing into oblivion.

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  • Love & Saffron

    Love & Saffron

    Fay, Kim

    "A short, and very sweet, foodie novel about friendship set in the 1960s. This tale, told through letters sent to and from Camano Island, is meant to be read in a single sitting – preferably with snacks (and possibly with tissues). Also includes recipes!" - Jennie

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  • Dead Collections

    Dead Collections

    Fellman, Isaac R.

    A whirlwind romance between a vampire archivist and a grieving widow explores what it means to be at home in your own body in this clever, humorous, and heartfelt novel.

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  • Out There

    Out There

    Folk, Kate

    "These stories are, as advertised, ALL THE WAY out there. I was repulsed, disturbed…and delighted! In my personal fave, The Turkey Rumble, a man introduces his new boyfriend to a gleefully demented Thanksgiving family tradition. Festive!" - Jennie

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  • Booth

    Booth

    Fowler, Karen Joy

    "Fowler was the 2016 Seattle Reads author (We Are All Completely Beside Ourselves) and her latest book is a captivating historical novel about the Booth family. Central q: How does a family deal with loved ones who do horrible, hateful things? How did a family of actors and abolitionists raise the man who killed Lincoln? This is not a novel about John Wilkes Booth, but rather his parents and siblings in the years leading up to Lincoln's assassination. This book breathes life into the unsung lives of the ill-fated Booth family. It is a deeply relevant and resonant novel that draws a direct line from our past to our present." - Misha

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  • The Women Could Fly

    The Women Could Fly

    Giddings, Megan

    Fourteen years after her mother's disappearance, Josephine, with her future in doubt in a world where single women are closely monitored, is offered the opportunity to honor one last request from her mother's will and leaves her regular life to feel connected to her one last time.

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  • Let's Not Do That Again

    Let's Not Do That Again

    Ginder, Grant

    "Nancy Harrison is poised to win her Senate seat so long as her adult children are on their best behavior; when her daughter appears on the news with extremists, the wheels start coming off. A hilarious and smart novel." - Frank

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  • The American Adventuress

    The American Adventuress

    Gortner, C. W.

    This cleverly imagined story of Jenni Jerome Churchill, mother of Winston, introduces a woman, born into wealth and scandal, who lived an unconventional life full of defiance, enshrining her as an American adventuress.

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  • Dog Biscuits

    Dog Biscuits

    Graham, Alex

    It's July 2020 in Seattle. Gussy struggles to keep his dog biscuit boutique afloat while a global pandemic rages unchecked. Alex Graham's pandemic-inspired graphic novel was initially serialized six panels at a time on Instagram during the lockdowns of 2020 and became one of the most talked about comics of the year.

    Format: Graphic Novel

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