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Kiss Carlo by Adriana Trigiani 

Overview  From Adriana Trigiani, the beloved New York Times-bestselling author of The Shoemaker’s Wife, comes an exhilarating epic novel of love, loyalty, and creativity—the story of an Italian-American family on the cusp of change. It’s 1949 and South Philadelphia bursts … Continue reading

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After the Fall by Julie Cohen

Overview  From the author who brought you Dear Thing, Julie Cohen, comes After the Fall — a poignant, beautifully heartbreaking novel about what it means to be family, the ties that bind us, and the secrets that threaten to tear … Continue reading

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Letters to Strabo by David Smith – BOOK SPOTLIGHT 

OVERVIEW  “An exceptional literary journey through the cultural landscape of the Mediterranean, few novels have captured my imagination like Letters To Strabo.” – D Brent Adam Finnegan Black, or ‘Finn’, an innocent young American who is insatiably curious about life, … Continue reading

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It’s Always the Husband by Michele Campbell  

Overview Kate, Aubrey, and Jenny. They first met as college roommates and soon became inseparable, even though they are as different as three women can be. Twenty years later, one of them is standing at the edge of a bridge … Continue reading

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The Darkest Corner by Liliana Hart #XOXperts 

Overview  New York Times and USA TODAY bestselling author Liliana Hart’s first book in her suspenseful Gravediggers series, featuring an elite group of mysterious men who might be dead to the world, but are also tasked with saving it—and no … Continue reading

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Anything is Possible by Elizabeth Strout 

Overview  From #1 New York Times bestselling author and Pulitzer Prize winner Elizabeth Strout comes a brilliant latticework of fiction that recalls Olive Kitteridge in its richness, structure, and complexity. Written in tandem with My Name Is Lucy Barton and … Continue reading

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Burntown by Jennifer McMahon

Overview  Eva grew up watching her father, Miles, invent strange and wonderful things in the small workshop behind their house on the river that runs through their old mill town. But the most important invention of all was the one … Continue reading

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