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The Resemblance by Lauren Nossett @macmillanaudio #audiblebook #audiobook #booktwitter #bookreview

Overview Lauren Nossett’s artfully written debut, The Resemblance is an exhilarating, atmospheric campus thriller reminiscent of The Secret History and The Likeness. Never betray the brotherhood On a chilly November morning at the University of Georgia, a fraternity brother steps off a busy crosswalk and … Continue reading

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Behind Her Lives by Briana Cole @tantoraudio #audiobook #audiblebook #booktwitter #bookreview

Overview Secrets, suspense, and a missing sister—who may not want to be found—are at the center of Briana Cole’s latest enthralling multicultural drama. Will appeal to fans of psychological suspense, gritty drama, and fans of De’Nesha Diamond, Kiki Swinson, Saundra, … Continue reading

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Doomed Legacy by Matt Coyle @oceanviewpub #bookreview #mystery #thriller #booktwitter

Overview Private investigator Rick Cahill has been running from his past and chasing the truth his whole life. But his past is relentless—and so is his CTE, a disease caused by repeated head traumas that has attacked his body and … Continue reading

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Lucy By The Sea by Elizabeth Strout #fiction #bookreview #booktwitter @randomhouse

Overview NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER • From Pulitzer Prize–winning author Elizabeth Strout comes a poignant, pitch-perfect novel about a divorced couple stuck together during lockdown—and the love, loss, despair, and hope that animate us even as the world seems to … Continue reading

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White Horse by Erika T. Wurth @macmillanaudio #bookreview #fiction #booktwitter

Overview Erika T. Wurth’s White Horse is a gritty, vibrant debut novel about an Indigenous woman who must face her past when she discovers a bracelet haunted by her mother’s spirit. Some people are haunted in more ways than one. Kari James, … Continue reading

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Haunted in America by Leslie Rule Bookreview #nonfiction #audiblebook #audiobook

Overview From best-selling author Leslie Rule comes a collection of stories about things that go bump in the night—true accounts collected from her years of research on ghostly encounters in the United States, including revised and updated content in Rule’s … Continue reading

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A Wish for Winter by Viola Shipman @harlequinbooks #booktwitter #fiction #bookreview

Overview Despite losing her parents in a tragic accident just before her fourteenth Christmas, Susan Norcross has had it better than most, with loving grandparents to raise her and a gang of quirky, devoted friends to support her. Now a … Continue reading

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The Lindbergh Nanny by Mariah Fredericks #bookreview #historicalfiction #booktwitter @macmillanusa

Overview Mariah Fredericks’s The Lindbergh Nanny is powerful, propulsive novel about America’s most notorious kidnapping through the eyes of the woman who found herself at the heart of this deadly crime. “A masterful blending of fact and fiction that is … Continue reading

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The Prisoner by B.A. Paris @macmillanaudio #audiobook #audiblebook #bookreview

Overview With Behind Closed Doors, New York Times bestselling author B. A. Paris took the psychological thriller to shocking new heights. Now she’ll hold you captive with THE PRISONER—a stunning new thriller about one woman wed into a family with deadly intentions. Amelie … Continue reading

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When We Had Wings by Ariel Lawhon, Kristina McMorris, Susan Meissner #audiobook #audiblebook #bookreview @harpermusebooks

Overview From three bestselling authors comes an interwoven tale about a trio of World War II nurses stationed in the South Pacific who wage their own battle for freedom and survival. The Philippines, 1941. When U.S. Navy nurse Eleanor Lindstrom, … Continue reading

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