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Happy #PubDay (10/08)

A YA powerhouse makes her adult debut, a book lover in Paris, horror + feminism in a collection of short stories, falling in love with Ireland, alternate universes + stolen identities, and a dilapidated mansion in nineteenth-century Hyde Park. Find it all in today’s #PubDay.

NINTH HOUSE by Leigh Bardugo

An October LibraryReads pick, Indie Next pick, PW Most Anticipated Book of Fall 2019, Kirkus Most Anticipated Fall Fiction + 4 starred reviews!

“Fantasy readers, particularly those who love ghosts, will hungrily devour this novel.”–Publishers Weekly, starred review

“The worldbuilding is rock solid, the plot is propulsive, and readers will be clamoring for a sequel as soon as they read the last page.”–Library Journal, starred review

“Adults are just as enamored of Bardugo’s YA novels as teens are, and many have been anxiously and curiously awaiting this one.”–Booklist, starred review

“With an aura of both enchantment and authenticity, Bardugo’s compulsively readable novel leaves a portal ajar for equally dazzling sequels.”–Kirkus Reviews, starred review

THE GIRL WHO READS ON THE MÉTRO by Christine Féret-Fleury

“Light and sweet as a bonbon, this little confection of a book is delicious.”–Kirkus Reviews

SALT SLOW by Julia Armfield

“Razor-sharp, stylish, and imaginative, Armfield’s collection is a dazzling introduction to a talented writer.”–Publishers Weekly, starred review

SEVEN LETTERS by J.P. Monninger

“Readers who appreciate love stories set against dramatic backdrops will find much to love”–Publishers Weekly

FALSE BINGO by Jac Jemc

“This constantly shifting collection will leave readers beguiled.”–Publishers Weekly, starred review

THE WIDOW OF ROSE HOUSE by Diana Biller

“A chemistry-fueled debut with a bit of a ghost story, great for readers of gothic romance.”–Booklist

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