New-in-town Jane falls for serial-seducer Duncan, and she's pulled into the social center of the town, for good and for ill. Humorous escapism in small town Michigan. A gentle gem for hard times.
A twisty, sinister, historical thriller about... the stock market. Yep. Pulitzer Prize finalist Diaz is just the writer to make this work.
An adoptee finds that she is set to inherit from her birth mother, a famous artist who has gone missing and may or may not be dead. A story of identity becomes a mystery before twisting into a scifi thriller. An escapist page-turner of a debut.
Memoirist Shapiro's first novel in 15 years. What could be a quiet domestic drama opens with an accidental death and never slows. The car crash echoes across the novel, changing the fate of everyone involved.
The author of Wintering sets out on a solitary walking journey, questioning everything from her family and her career to her own mind. This book is a revelation for anyone who's ever questioned their place in the world.
Two sisters attend their absent father's wedding, where he informs them of the family inheritance with a twist, setting the women on a cross-country road trip, a spiritual retreat, and a perilous job aboard a fishing boat. Juicy family secrets and compelling characters.
A young Irish woman raised on her family's rural dairy farm is a fish out of water when she enrolls at Trinity College Dublin. For fans of Sally Rooney.
Scorpions, astrology, and Nancy Reagan combine in this literary thriller 30 years in the making from Dear Sugars podcast host Almond. Whichever TV drama is your favorite, this novel is even better.
Part memoir, part biography, this exploration of the walking lives of artistic godmothers encourages people to create art and to move boldly through the world. Read for wanderlust--whether you have it or whether you want it.