Imperfect Union has all the things we like in an American tale: frontier adventure, fame and a conflict that’s cast as tragic and romantic. Read the review here.
It’s hard for a novel to capture a reader’s attention while simultaneously meditating on profoundly complex issues. Napolitano manages to achieve this. Review
The final meaning of Colleen Oakley’s novel is bittersweet and just the thing to happen in a place called Hope Springs. Review
Smart, witty, and even a bit sly, this penetrating social commentary is also one of this year’s most readable novels. Review
Hill Women is a quietly moving, powerful memoir in which Cassie Chambers praises the fortitude, intelligence and strength of Appalachian women. Review
Krentz is a master at creating highly entertaining and immersive reads, and her latest doesn’t disappoint. Book 1 in the Fogg Lake series. Review
This entertainingly twisted coming-of-age tale takes a harrowing look at how wealth and power can lull people into believing they’re untouchable. Review
Wilmington’s Lie explores in gripping detail the efforts of white supremacists to overturn black political and social power in Wilmington, North Carolina. Review
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