“Letters From Skye” by Jessica Brockmole

“A sweeping story told in letters, spanning two continents and two world wars, Jessica Brockmole’s atmospheric debut novel captures the indelible ways that people fall in love, and celebrates the power of the written word to stir the heart. March 1912: Twenty-four-year-old Elspeth Dunn, a published poet, has never seen the world beyond her home […]

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Fortune’s Pawn by Rachel Bach

Devi Morris isn’t your average mercenary. She’s the best, and she has big plans for her future. To prove she’s ready for her dream job she signs on with a ship notorious for their bad luck. But no sooner does she step onboard the Glorious Fool than she learns the ship and its crew have […]

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Spider-Woman: Baby Talk by Dennis Hopeless

  Jessica Drew – aka Spider-Woman – has decided to take on a new venture – motherhood! Her best friend Carol Danvers (Captain Marvel) wants what’s best for Jessica and the baby so she gets her an appointment at the best OGBYN in the galaxy. Naturally nothing can be simple for a superhero, so while […]

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“The Beekeeper’s Apprentice” by Laurie R. King

Imagine Sherlock Holmes in 1915, jaded and weary of life, retiring in anonymity to Sussex. Now imagine him stumbling across a lonely 15-year-old girl, gawky and still reeling from tragedy, and with an intellect to rival his own.  This is the start of Laurie R. King’s fantastically written series about Mary Russell and Sherlock Holmes:  […]

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“Londoners” by Craig Taylor

In Londoners, acclaimed journalist Craig Taylor paints readers an epic portrait of today’s London that is as rich and lively as the city itself. In the style of Studs Terkel (Working, Hard Times, The Good War) and Dave Isay (Listening Is an Act of Love), Londoners offers up  the stories, the gripes, the memories, and […]

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