HELLO, SUMMER Read-Alikes

Mary Kay Andrews will have you craving more small-town scandals and big-time secrets after digging into the irresistible HELLO, SUMMER. Check out these read-alikes, ’cause it’s never too late to add to your summer reading list. THE SECOND HOME by Christina ClancyFLY AWAY by Kristin HannahFAMILY PICTURES by Jane GreenSUMMER PEOPLE by Elin HilderbrandANOTHER PIECE […]

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CALL ME BY YOUR NAME Read-Alikes

If you fell in love with André Aciman’s prose, beautiful summer setting, and tangible description of love in CALL ME BY YOUR NAME, prepare to be swept off your feet by these Lit Fic read-alikes: MEET ME AT THE MUSEUM by Anne YoungsonBROTHER by David ChariandyONE SUMMER DAY IN ROME by Mark LamprellINVITATION TO A […]

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THE NIGHTINGALE Read-Alikes

If you cried your way through Kristin Hannah’s THE NIGHTINGALE (like I did) and are still thinking about sisters Isabelle and Vianne, you are not alone. It’s hard to find a story as moving and filled with love as THE NIGHTINGALE, but check out these read-alikes that are guaranteed to hit you in the feels… […]

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THE SILENT PATIENT Read-Alikes

We may be as obsessed with THE SILENT PATIENT as Theo Faber was obsessed with uncovering Alicia Berenson’s motive for murder. So, here is a list of read-alikes for anyone (let’s be real, it’s everyone) who loves THE SILENT PATIENT as much as we do. Check out these creepy, plot-twisting, suspenseful psychological thriller e-books that […]

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Booklist Recommends: On Diversity and Immigration

Keep your patrons in the know with these two Booklist best of lists on diversity and immigration: Top 10 Diverse Nonfiction A BOUND WOMAN IS A DANGEROUS THING: The Incarceration of African American Women from Harriet Tubman to Sandra Bland by DaMaris Hill “With a lyricism that sings, swings, and stings, poet and writer Hill […]

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