Lost Canyon by Nina Revoyr came from Akashic Books and LibraryThing Early Reviewers.
About four city people heading off into the mountains on a backpacking trip to a mysterious place, this promises to be thrilling and maybe even a little chilling.
Maybe in Another Life by Taylor Jenkins Reid came from Washington Square Press.
The idea of one decision impacting your life forever is a fascinating one so this novel that posits two different lives depending on the pivotal choice is completely appealing.
If You Find This Letter by Hannah Brencher came from Howard.
I have always loved letters so this memoir about a woman who writes letters that bring a small piece of happiness into the lives of strangers is uber-appealing to me.
Henna House by Nomi Eve came from Scribner.
I really enjoyed Eve's The Family Orchard many years ago so I am looking forward to this story of a young Yemenite Jewish woman and the traditions of her world.
The Trouble With the Truth by Edna Robinson came from Infinite Words.
Having moved around a lot as a child (and adult), I am always curious about books that take on peripatetic lives like this one. That it's set in the 1920s and 30s makes it that much more interesting.
Emily Goes to Exeter by M.C. Beaton came from me to myself. :-)
I had no idea that Beaton wrote Regency romances but when I found out I was terribly curious and couldn't resist this one where a matchmaker attempts to connect the rake and his fleeing fiancé.
On the Rocks by Erin Duffy came from William Morrow.
Dating in the age of social media? Argh! This novel about a woman trying to escape the break-up her fiancé announced to the world and to her via Facebook sounds delicious!
The Seven Stages of Anger and Other Stories by Wendy J. Fox came from Press 53.
Short stories are not usually my thing but this prize winning collection that teases out struggle and boredom and the ordinary out West on the coast and slightly further inland is enticing.
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