Primarily of interest to grownups

Cai Emmons, Weather Woman

30-year-old Bronwyn Artair, feeling out of place in her doctoral program in Atmospheric Sciences at MIT, drops out and takes a job as a TV meteorologist, much to the dismay of her mentor, Diane Fenwick. After a year of living alone in Southern New Hampshire, enduring the indignities of her job, dumped by her boyfriend, she discovers her deep connection to the natural world has given her an ability to affect natural forces.

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ISBN: 9781597096003
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Published: Red Hen Press - November 13th, 2018

Beth Castrodale, In This Ground

Just as his indie-rock band was poised to make it big, Ben Dirjery traded it all in for fatherhood and the stability of a job at Bolster Hill Cemetery. Now closing in on fifty, the former guitarist finds himself divorced and at loose ends, and still haunted by the tragic death of his former band’s lead singer, who is buried, literally, under Ben’s feet.

Juan Gabriel Vásquez, The Shape of the Ruins

The Shape of the Ruins is a masterly story of conspiracy, political obsession, and literary investigation. When a man is arrested at a museum for attempting to steal the bullet-ridden suit of a murdered Colombian politician, few notice.

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ISBN: 9780735211148
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Published: Riverhead Books - September 25th, 2018

Stephanie Gayle, Idyll Hands

Charleston, Massachusetts, 1972: Rookie cop Michael Finnegan gets a call from his mother. His youngest sister, Susan, has disappeared, the same sister who ran away two years earlier. Anxious not to waste police resources, Finnegan advises his family to wait and search on their own. But a week turns into two decades, and Susan is never found.

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ISBN: 9781633884823
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Published: Seventh Street Books - September 4th, 2018

Andrea Cale, The Corn Husk Experiment

The Corn Husk Experiment is a captivating, entertaining novel that walks readers through characters' gritty reality before unexpectedly delivering light to their own situation. There are interesting stories all around with overwhelming connections that people unknowingly share.

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ISBN: 9781683506591
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Published: Morgan James Fiction - May 8th, 2018


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