Drift Stumble Fall by M. Jonathan Lee

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Richard isn’t happy with his life. He often feels resentful of his wife and children, burdened by the weight of responsibility that goes hand-in-hand with having a family. When he isn’t hiding in the bathroom to get a break from his family, Richard can be found gazing at a neighbor’s home. Bill and his wife seem to have a perfectly peaceful life, and Richard envies them. Meanwhile Bill—a father without children—envies Richard and his young family. Both men wish for what the other has, neither one realizing that they are both deeply unhappy.

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The Beast I Loved: A Battered Woman’s Desperate Struggle to Survive by Robert Davidson

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The Beast I Loved: A Battered Woman’s Desperate Struggle to Survive tells the story of June Briand. In February 1987, after five years of marriage, she shot and killed her husband James. Convicted of first-degree murder, Briand served ten years of a fifteen year sentence before being pardoned.

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Martina’s Kitchen Mix: My Recipe Playlist for Real Life by Martina McBride

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Martina McBride has a brand new cookbook coming out called Martina’s Kitchen Mix: My Recipe Playlist for Real Life. It will be released October 30, 2018 by Oxmoor House.

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Anne of Cleves: Henry VIII’s Unwanted Wife by Sarah-Beth Watkins

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Sarah-Beth Watkins explores the life of Anne of Cleves, fourth wife of King Henry VIII, in her upcoming book Anne of Cleves: Henry VIII’s Unwanted Wife.

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Before She Sleeps by Bina Shah

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The population has been decimated by war and sickness, and few women are left in Green City. To solve the problem men created the Perpetuation Bureau, and women now have a single purpose in life: to be a Wife and have as many children as possible with her multiple husbands.  Not becoming a Wife is a crime, but a place called the Panah offers sanctuary to women who refuse to live by the rules of this draconian system. Instead they come out at night, offering carefully selected men something they can’t get anywhere else—non-sexual intimacy with a woman. They have the illusion of freedom, but the women of the Panah can never be truly free when the discovery of one can be the ruination of them all.

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