The beginning of February brings some books to our shelves that deal with some very hot topics of the day – MERCY STREET: A NOVEL by Jennifer Haigh deals with abortion issues, and AMERICAN DIRT by Jeanine Cummings, which is an Oprah’s book club book deals with the tragedy that people face when they are forced to become migrants.
The next series of books on the list deal with family relations. THE FAMILY CHAO by Lan Samantha Chang shows sides of the Asian American culture and family life. GIRL A: A NOVEL by Abigail Dean is a Psychological drama dealing with sibling relationships. THE VANISHING HALF: A NOVEL by Brit Bennett is a historical novel about black sisterhood, and THE VIOLIN CONSPIRACY by Brendan Slocumb is a Black/African American coming of age story as well as a mystery.
Then there are the non-fiction books:
AMORALMAN: A TRUE STORY AND OTHER LIES by Derek DelGaudio is a Biography, and THE POWER OF REGRET: HOW LOOKING BACKWARD MOVES US FORWARD by Daniel H. Pink is a Psychology book.
Beyond that, THE CHRISTIE AFFAIR by Nina de Gramont is a fictional tale based on the real life disappearance on mystery author Agatha Christie, and OTHER PEOPLE’S CLOTHES: A NOVEL by Calla Henkel is a Dark Humor Fictional story.
As always, thank you for making our shelves your destination.