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Julie Lawson Timmer has written a stunning debut novel that will resonate with, and affect, readers long after they’ve finished reading it.  Mara has been the ultimate working wife and mother; balancing a top job as a lawyer with her domestic life with husband To

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The China dolls of the title are three unlikely friends: Helen, the clever, protected daughter of an influential Chinatown family who harbours a secret past; American-born Grace, who has fled violence at home to chase her big break as a dancer; and exuberant, loud-mouthed, attractive Ruby tryin

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Having already built a solid reputation in children’s literature, Linda Newbery’s first adult offering has the kind of slow-burning secrets that only the mature can endure. Anna has grown up not knowing what happened to her sister since the day she disappeared, at qua

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Love, Love Me Do points to the innocent naiveté of the 1960s, to an age when the expectation for girls was marriage, family and happy ever after.

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A Girl Called Summer follows three interlocking stories of love, lust, and hippies on the idyllic and notoriously debauched island of Ibiza.  Bella, Andy and their delightful daughter Daisy are starting a new life in their dream house.

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In About A Girl, Lindsey Kelk let Tess Brooks loose on the world and now we finally get to catch up with our newest awkward yet adorable heroine once more. After returning from her adventures in Hawaii, Tess is perhaps even more confused than when she left, n

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