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Bah, Humbug: 25 Unhappy Books for Valentine’s Day
Love is in the air…but that doesn’t mean you have to drink the Kool-Aid. If you’re not feeling all the lovey-dovey stuff this year, that’s cool....
The Truth Will Out in Liane Moriarty’s Gripping
Truly Madly Guilty
In Liane Moriarty’s latest page-turner, Truly Madly Guilty, a friendly barbecue explodes into a character study in friendship, obligation, mental...
What to Read Next if You Loved Gone Girl
With a taut, twisty plot that has the uninitiated screaming “no spoilers!” and a stellar film adaptation that hit the big screen last fall,...
10 Must-Reads for Liane Moriarty Fans
Liane Moriarty’s books are my go-to recommendation for anyone who has found themselves in the unfortunate (but exciting!) position of not knowing...
til death do us part
5 Marriage Thrillers, From
How much should we trust a spouse? Can we ever know anyone, really? Marriage thrillers trigger our deepest fears because they deal not with far-fetched...
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What to Read Next If You Liked
Paper Towns, The Goldfinch, Big Little Lies, In the Kingdom of Ice
Somewhere Safe with Somebody Good
Paper Towns, by John Green, has practically everything you could want in a YA novel: a mystery, a revenge plot, an epic road trip, and unrequited love. I...
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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...
Eat, Drink, Read: Delightful Food & Drink Pairings for Your Next Book Club
In my experience, book clubs are as much about the food, wine, and camaraderie as they are about the books. Your friends may be well-read, but it’s...