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June’s Best New Fiction
This month is packed with new releases from fan favorites Jennifer Weiner, Elin Hilderbrand, Elizabeth Gilbert, Kate Atkinson and more. Let the decades...
May’s Best New Fiction
This month kicks off summer beach read season and we couldn’t be more delighted by the historical fiction and sweeping family sagas in our TBR pile....
March’s Best New Fiction
This month brings us tales of witches, espionage, and a Downton Abbey-esque love triangle, as well as an oral history of the dramatic break-up of a wildly...
10 Beach Reads to Get You into That Summer State of Mind
Summer is nearly here! That means plenty of time for lounging about in the great outdoors. Here are 10 page-turning stories to enjoy as you soak up the...
The Best New Fiction of March 2018
This month brings us several poignant family dramas and plenty of neighborhood intrigue, from a wealthy New York City enclave to a scandal-plagued Ohioan...
The Best New Fiction of January 2018
January brings us several irresistible pairings: Two historical novels about the acting and writing life, one set during the glitz and glamour of early...
6 Novel Novels About Novelists
Films-within-films (Tropic Thunder; Singin’ in the Rain), plays-within-plays (Shakespeare does this a lot), and songs referencing songs (“You...
The Best New Fiction of October 2017
If you’re in the mood for spooky witches this fall, Alice Hoffman’s Rules of Magic—a prequel to Practical Magic—delivers chills, thrills, and...
November’s Best New Fiction
It’s November, and some delicious dramas are headed for the fiction shelf, along with everygirl allegories and nostalgia trips from heavy hitters. Anne...
August’s Best New Fiction
Summer days, drifting away, and there’s something for everyone’s beach bag this August. It’s hurricane season for Danielle Steel, whose latest,...
February's Top Picks in Fiction
This month readers are diving into a story of Nazi-occupied France told through the eyes of two estranged sisters, a multigenerational epic set in...
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4 Heartwarming New Books About Family, Togetherness, and Other Hazards
We read for pleasure of course, but also to help us understand the world around us—and what subject is more nuanced, complicated, and—ok, downright...