The Drowning Summer by Christine Lynn Herman

Six summers ago, on Long Island, three people were found murdered on the beach with sand dollars placed over their eyes, but the killer was never caught. This Summer, the dead refuse to stay dead as something Mina and Evelyn did back then comes back to haunt them. Literally. The lore around Mina's family and …

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The Marvelous Monroe Girls by Shirley Jump

This book felt like a breath of fresh air after some of the more serious/heavy things I've been reading lately. Gabby longs to be close to her sisters again, like she remembers them being before their mother died suddenly when they were young, their father seemed to abandon them and they ended up being raised …

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The Postmistress Of Paris by Meg Waite Clayton

Born into money in the Mid-West, Nanee finds her true home in Paris. So when war breaks out and the German tanks enter the city, rather than leaving, she stays and joins the Resistance. She helps get famous artists targeted by the Nazi's out of the country and also carries messages, being dubbed The Postmistress. …

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I’ll Be Home For Christmas Movies by Brandon Gray, Daniel Pandolph and Daniel Thompson

It may not quite be Christmas season yet, but it is Hallmark Christmas movie season. This year they have a whopping 41 movies across their flagship and mystery chanels, and watching their cheesey, nostalgia heavy movies is a bit of a love/hate exercise for some, a must-do tradition for others. To get you through this …

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