Debut Spotlight (3/2/22)

March is filled with several outstanding debuts, including an unflinching love letter to Flint, Michigan and the resilience of its people, a mystery set in a lush fantasy world, and a love story where two young adults navigate familial and racial dynamics to achieve the future they want.

CHEVY IN THE HOLE by Kelsey Ronan

“The intimate histories in this stunning and masterful debut reveal universal truths of renewal and redemption at individual and societal levels.”–Booklist, starred review

THE BONE ORCHARD by Sara A. Mueller

“With equal parts magic and mystery, Mueller weaves together psychological tension and character-driven plots that will keep readers guessing until the very end.”–Booklist, starred review

GOOD INTENTIONS by Kasim Ali

“In the story of Nur and Yasmina’s promising relationship, and the troubling reality of unresolved racial dynamics, debut novelist Ali offers striking social insights and a peek into the life of the British Pakistani community in Birmingham.”–Booklist

CHEVY IN THE HOLE by Kelsey Ronan; 9781250803900; 3/15/22.
THE BONE ORCHARD by Sara A. Mueller; 9781250776945; 3/22/22.
GOOD INTENTIONS by Kasim Ali; 9781250809605; 3/8/22.

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