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The Matchmaker’s Gift by Lynda Cohen Loigman @stmartinspress #fiction #bookreview

Overview Loigman’s latest is a gem. A scrappy Jewish teenager newly arrived in 1920s New York struggles to follow her calling as a matchmaker––seventy years later, her cynical divorce-attorney granddaughter realizes she has very inconveniently inherited the family gift for … Continue reading

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The Book Haters’ Book Club by Gretchen Anthony #fiction #bookreview @harlequinbooks

Book Summary: Filled with humor, family hijinks, and actual reading recommendations, The Book Haters’ Book Club features a messy group of people trying to save their local Indie bookstore — and who might just save each other along the way. … Continue reading

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An Affair of Spies by Ronald H. Balson #historicalfiction #5stars #bookreview @stmartinspress

Overview From the winner of the National Jewish Book Award—Ronald H. Balson’s An Affair of Spies tells of a spy mission to rescue a defector from Germany and prevent the Nazis from creating an atomic bomb. Nathan Silverman grew up in Berlin … Continue reading

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The Boyfriend by Daniel Hurst #thriller #fiction #audiobook #audiblebook @dreamscapeaudio

Overview Adele has had a colorful romantic past, but she’s finally found her soulmate in Tom. They’re engaged, and she’s looking forward to a future of blissful happiness.  But then she realizes her ex-boyfriends are turning up dead.  At first, … Continue reading

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Til All These Things Be Done by Suzanne Moyers #historicalfiction #bookreview @shewritespress

Overview Set against the rich but often troubled history of Blacklands, Texas, during an era of pandemic, scientific discovery, and social upheaval, the novel offers a unique—yet eerily familiar—backdrop to a universal tale of triumphing over loss.  Even as dementia … Continue reading

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The Blame Game by Sandie Jones #fiction #audiobook #audiblebook #bookreview

Overview In the vein of the Reese’s Book Club x Hello Sunshine Book Club pick The Other Woman, Sandie Jones’s heart-pounding new novel The Blame Game will keep listeners on the edge of their seats. Games can be dangerous. But blame can be … Continue reading

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Skirts by Kimberly Chrisman-Campbell #audiobook #audiblebook #nonfiction @tantoraudio @stmartinspress

Overview In a sparkling social history, Skirts traces the shifting roles of women over the twentieth century through the era’s most iconic and influential dresses. While the story of women’s liberation has often been framed by the growing acceptance of pants over … Continue reading

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Booked on a Feeling by Jayci Lee @stmartinspress #romance #audiobook #bookreview @dreamscapeaudio

Overview Lizzy “Overachiever” Chung, Esq. doesn’t know the meaning of “can’t.” That is, she doesn’t until she passes out from a panic attack during her first trial. Her law firm gives her paid time-off to “relax,” but she has no … Continue reading

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Other Birds by Sarah Addison Allen @stmartinspress #smpinfluencer #fiction #bookreview #5stars

Overview From the acclaimed author of Garden Spells comes a tale of lost souls, secrets that shape us, and how the right flock can guide you home. Down a narrow alley in the small coastal town of Mallow Island, South … Continue reading

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The Girl From Guernica by Karen Robards #historicalfiction #bookreview @harlequinbooks

Book Summary: New York Times bestselling author Karen Robards returns with a riveting story of intrigue, deception and bravery in the face of war, inspired by Picasso’s great masterpiece Guernica: On an April day in 1937, the sky opens and … Continue reading

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