The Readers’ Room by Antoine Laurain

In Paris, the flame haired, green eyed Violaine is the head of the Reading Room, a place where books are sent to be considered for publication. When a book called Sugar Flowers is chosen, it becomes a sensation, but the author appears to have gone missing. And there may be a connection between the book, …

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The Husbands Secret by Liane Moriarty

I think everyone has heard of Liane Moriarty by now. Her books are huge bestsellers and are being adapted into movies and TV series. I think what makes her so enjoyable is that though she writes about serious subjects, she remains grounded, and often though her books look at complex problems, there's always a balance …

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The Elegance of the Hedgehog by Muriel Barbery

Two intelligent misfits will finds their lives changed when a new tenant moves into their Paris apartment block. One at the end of her life, the intelligent concierge who hides herself in obscurity, and one beginning her life, a bright 12 year old girl who is frustrated with the hypocrisy of the people around her. …

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