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  • Age of Vice by Deepti Kapoor
    Literary fiction

    Age of Vice

    Debut
    We love supporting debut authors. Congrats, Deepti Kapoor, on your first book!

    by Deepti Kapoor

    In this grand Indian tale—part crime story, part family saga—everyone is at risk from the corrupting gravity of greed.

  • Lunar Love by Lauren Kung Jessen
    Romance

    Lunar Love

    Debut
    We love supporting debut authors. Congrats, Lauren Kung Jessen, on your first book!

    by Lauren Kung Jessen

    While helping clients achieve #RelationshipGoals, two matchmakers learn the most amazing love story may be their own.

  • What Lies in the Woods by Kate Alice Marshall
    Thriller

    What Lies in the Woods

    by Kate Alice Marshall

    Haunted by a killer lie from their youth, a group of friends begins to unravel when one member starts asking questions.

  • Queen of Thieves by Beezy Marsh
    Historical fiction

    Queen of Thieves

    by Beezy Marsh

    Post-WWII-London might look like a boys club but in reality, a shadowy gang of female thieves runs these mean streets.

  • Hell Bent by Leigh Bardugo
    Fantasy

    Hell Bent

    Repeat author
    Leigh Bardugo is back at Book of the Month – other BOTMs include Ninth House and Six of Crows.

    by Leigh Bardugo

    In this epic follow-up to Ninth House, Alex Stern thinks one can just casually go to hell and bring friends back . . .

  • The Reunion by Kayla Olson
    Romance

    The Reunion

    by Kayla Olson

    They might not have got a Hollywood ending first time around but a revived show might just give love a fighting chance.

  • Independence by Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni
    Historical fiction

    Independence

    by Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni

    This riveting Partition story captures the tumultuous moment when a nation and family are torn irreparably apart.

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