For Your Consideration: April 2020 LibraryReads Titles

Download, read, and vote for your favorite April titles for the April 2020 LibraryReads list!

Votes due March 1!

TAKE ME APART by Sara Sligar

“Years after celebrated photographer Miranda Brand died unexpectedly, upending her California town, her son Theo asks one-time journalist Kate Aitken to create an archive of his mother’s work. Miranda evidently cracked under the strain of balancing work and family, but soon Kate must navigate nasty rumors about what really happened, her attraction to Theo, and her growing obsession with Miranda, fueled by her discovery of a diary that could explain everything. A debut starting to buzz.”–Library Journal, Pre-Pub Alert

HID FROM OUR EYES: A Clare Fergusson/Russ Van Alstyne Mystery by Julia Spencer-Fleming

“Spencer-Fleming combines a first-rate mystery with flawed but endearing characters.”–Publishers Weekly, starred review

GOOD BOY: My Life in Seven Dogs by Jennifer Finney Boylan

“Filled with insight and remarkable candor, this is a sterling tribute to the love of dogs.”–Publishers Weekly, starred review

LITTLE SECRETS by Jennifer Hillier

“Hillier sustains a captivating double helix of duplicity. Hillier remains an author to watch.”–Publishers Weekly

THE UNSUITABLE by Molly Pohlig

“Pohlig handles the wry set pieces of ill-fated courtship with aplomb, and the novel eventually gains momentum through a bloody series of twists and turns. Pohlig’s antimarriage plot will interest fans of revisionist gothic fiction.”–Publishers Weekly

THE NEW HUSBAND by D.J. Palmer

Just because you love someone doesn’t mean you know them… A riveting new thriller about the lies we tell ourselves from the author of SAVING MEGHAN.

MISS AUSTEN by Gill Hornby

“For readers who enjoy Austen’s novels and wish to know more about her life and for those seeking excellent English historical fiction.”–Library Journal, starred review

THE GLASS MAGICIAN by Caroline Stevermer

“Readers will be charmed by the well-rounded characters and bustling Gilded Age backdrop…”–Publishers Weekly

A BAD DAY FOR SUNSHINE by Darynda Jones

“In this series launch from the New York Times best-selling Jones (SUMMONED TO THIRTEENTH GRAVE), police officer Sunshine Vicram is stunned to realize that a killer is roaming small-town Del Sol, NM, her previous cases having involved at worst the local flasher. She’s even more stunned when an FBI agent and a U.S. marshal both drop in to help—and both find her broiling hot as Del Sol’s infamous sunshine. Even a kidnapped rooster won’t waylay this case.”–Library Journal, Pre-Pub Alert

A HUNDRED SUNS by Karin Tanabe

“Stylish, with a dash of noir and heaps of the exotic and elegant setting, A HUNDRED SUNS flips the script of bored society ladies into something altogether more devious and delicious.”–Booklist

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