Debut Spotlight (2/1/22)

February is filled with outstanding debuts including a darkly funny story about ambition and what it means to be young, the shocking waves caused by one couple’s marriage, a woman’s journey through motherhood and friendship, and a new type of dating service that guarantees to find your ultimate match.

A VERY NICE GIRL by Imogen Crimp 

“An aspiring soprano is thrown off course by a tempestuous affair with a wealthy, mysterious older man…A Rooney-esque exploration of power and class in young women’s relationships, heightened by its brilliant opera-world setting.”–Kirkus Reviews, starred review

CLEOPATRA AND FRANKENSTEIN by Coco Mellors 

“A May-December romance rapidly hits turbulence in early-aughts Manhattan…A canny and engrossing rewiring of the big-city romance.”–Kirkus Reviews, starred review

WILDCAT by Amelia Morris 

“In this sly and funny commentary on the institution of motherhood, Morris, the onetime host of the Mom Rage podcast, delivers a compulsively readable product.”–Booklist, starred review

THE ARC by Tory Henwood Hoen 

“With giddy hilarity and stabs to the heart, Hoen’s heady cocktail of satire and celebration is a delectable addition to the dating-app and matchmaking rom-com list.”–Booklist

A VERY NICE GIRL by Imogen Crimp; 9781250792778; 2/8/22.
CLEOPATRA AND FRANKENSTEIN by Coco Mellors; 9781635576818; 2/8/22.
WILDCAT by Amelia Morris; 9781250809216; 2/22/22.
THE ARC by Tory Henwood Hoen; 9781250276773; 2/8/22.

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