Best Books of the Month: July 2018

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The Last Time I Lied by Riley Sager The Last Time I Lied
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The Final Girls author's new thriller goes to summer camp where three girls disappear, leaving behind a lone guilt-ridden bunkmate.
Books Bejeweled says, “The Last Time I Lied is a brilliant and campy (pun intended) mystery for all you grown-up fans of Nancy Drew or the Hardy Boys.”
The Final Girls author's new thriller goes to summer camp where three girls disappear, leaving behind a lone guilt-ridden bunkmate.
Books Bejeweled says, “The Last Time I Lied is a brilliant and campy (pun intended) mystery for all you grown-up fans of Nancy Drew or the Hardy Boys.”
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All Your Perfects by Colleen Hoover All Your Perfects
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From the triple winner of the Goodreads Choice Award for Romance comes a love story about a couple struggling with infertility.
Pavlina says, “All Your Perfects brings all the feels.”
From the triple winner of the Goodreads Choice Award for Romance comes a love story about a couple struggling with infertility.
Pavlina says, “All Your Perfects brings all the feels.”
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Eagle & Crane by Suzanne Rindell Eagle & Crane
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In this World War II novel, a duo of daredevil fliers confront ugly truths and family secrets during the U.S. internment of Japanese citizens.
Julie says, “Once again Rindell has left me breathless with her gorgeous prose that doesn't let you off the hook as a reader. Like with her previous works, there are twists and turns to the plot that keep you intrigued.”
In this World War II novel, a duo of daredevil fliers confront ugly truths and family secrets during the U.S. internment of Japanese citizens.
Julie says, “Once again Rindell has left me breathless with her gorgeous prose that doesn't let you off the hook as a reader. Like with her previous works, there are twists and turns to the plot that keep you intrigued.”
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Sea Witch by Sarah Henning Sea Witch
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The story of the Little Mermaid gets the young adult fantasy treatment set in 19th-century Denmark in a tale (or tail!) of magical secrets.
Adrienne says, “Sea Witch was everything I wanted it to be and more. Henning’s lush prose and smooth storytelling pull you right into this dark story and tighten their grip until you've finished.
The story of the Little Mermaid gets the young adult fantasy treatment set in 19th-century Denmark in a tale (or tail!) of magical secrets.
Adrienne says, “Sea Witch was everything I wanted it to be and more. Henning’s lush prose and smooth storytelling pull you right into this dark story and tighten their grip until you've finished.
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No One Tells You This by Glynnis MacNicol No One Tells You This: A Memoir
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As the author turns 40, she takes stock of her life and whether she really wants to join the ranks of marriage and motherhood.
Lydia says, “This memoir isn't just for single ladies—it's for all of us who feel like life is passing us by and we can't see or fathom where the time has gone.”
As the author turns 40, she takes stock of her life and whether she really wants to join the ranks of marriage and motherhood.
Lydia says, “This memoir isn't just for single ladies—it's for all of us who feel like life is passing us by and we can't see or fathom where the time has gone.”
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Northland by Porter Fox Northland: A 4,000-Mile Journey Along America's Forgotten Border
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Travel adventure meets history as Fox chronicles his three-year journey along the United States' 4,000-mile border with Canada.
Geoffrey says, “The pages of this travelogue will fly by fast for readers as they follow the author along on an informatively enjoyable journey from Maine to Washington state through the U.S.’s northern border, a fascinating boundary land that has become seemingly forgotten in this day and age.”
Travel adventure meets history as Fox chronicles his three-year journey along the United States' 4,000-mile border with Canada.
Geoffrey says, “The pages of this travelogue will fly by fast for readers as they follow the author along on an informatively enjoyable journey from Maine to Washington state through the U.S.’s northern border, a fascinating boundary land that has become seemingly forgotten in this day and age.”
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