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A Girl Named Coco by Jennifer Spurgeon

Stirring, dreamy, and compelling… Thoroughly addictive. Spurgeon transports readers to 1800s wartime South in this layered and engrossing historical. When the wealthy plantation owner Albert Toussaint bought the young and beautiful Dinah along with four other slaves, he had no…
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Rave by Konn Lavery

Pointed, driven, and sharp… A roller-coaster ride. Filled with murder, mayhem, and uncanny, the award-winning Lavery’s unsettling latest takes readers on a thrilling journey into grit and horror. It’s 1999. Struggling with the tediousness of the small town of Prince…