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The Address by Fiona Davis #Review @fionajdavis @DuttonBooks


In 1884, Sara Smythe averted a tragedy and becomes acquainted with Theo Camden. This meeting presents Sara with an incredible job opportunity, and she sails from London to New York City to manage The Dakota, a soon-to-be opened apartment house. In 1984, Bailey, an interior designer fresh out of rehab, is overseeing renovations to an apartment with a dark history tied to Sara Smythe and Theo Camden.

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Dutch Girl: Audrey Hepburn and World War II by Robert Matzen #Review @RobertMatzen


Audrey Hepburn is best remembered for her starring roles in films—such as Breakfast at Tiffany’s, Roman Holiday, and My Fair Lady—and for her work as a Goodwill Ambassador for UNICEF. But what is known about her life during the years of World War 2? In Dutch Girl, Robert Matzen reveals the terrors and triumphs young Audrey experienced during the Nazi occupation of the Netherlands.

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Her Daughter’s Mother by Daniela Petrova #Review @DanielaGPetrova @putnambooks


Lana and her partner, Tyler, struggled with infertility for eight years when they decided to try getting pregnant using donor eggs—and it worked. Curious about the donor, Lana “accidentally” meets and befriends Katya. A week later, Katya is inexplicably missing.  Lana is desperate to find her and reveal their connection, only to discover she wasn’t the only one keeping secrets from her new friend.

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The Wife by Alafair Burke #Review @alafairburke @HarperCollins


Angela Powell’s quiet, routine life is shattered when two women come forward with accusations, resulting in the arrest of her husband for crimes he swears he didn’t commit.  She believes in his proclaimed innocence, but is terrified that the police investigation will reveal things about her own past that Angela is desperate to  keep secret for the sake of their son, Spencer—but secrets can’t be hidden forever.

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The Night Child by Anna Quinn #Review @annaquinn55 @BlackstoneAudio


Nora Brown, a high school English teacher, became alarmed when she saw a young girl’s face appear before her on multiple occasions. Frightened and fearing she was losing her mind, she sought psychiatric help, freeing the repressed memories of the horrifying abuse she suffered as a child.

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