16 Books For Spring
From the opioid epidemic and World War ll, to notable women and a community struggling in a small village in Africa…there is much to learn and explore in my spring book picks. All are interesting choices for book clubs and equally appealing for your weekend getaway or the afternoons in the backyard! Surprisingly, there are no debuts on this list – all are written by published authors with some experience and surely there will be inspiring options for everyone! So if you are asking yourself, “what should I read next?”, take a chance on some of the choices below – you won’t be disappointed!
Empire of Pain by Patrick Radden Keefe, author of Say Nothing – non fiction about the Sackler Family and the making and marketing of Oxycontin
Love Like That by Emma Duffy-Comparone – unforgettable short story collection about women
The Rose Code by Kate Quinn, author of The Alice Network and The Huntress – historical fiction about women code breakers and a spy
A Million Reasons Why by Jessica Strawser, author of Almost Missed You – fiction about two strangers linked by a mail-in DNA test
The Women of Chateau Lafayette by Stephanie Dray- historical fiction taking place during World War ll and based on a true story of a castle in France
Good Company by Cynthia D’Aprix Sweeney, author of The Nest – about the bonds of marriage and friendship (Jenna Bush Hager’s April book club pick)
Sunflower Sisters by Martha Hall Kelly, author of Lilac Girls and Lost Roses – historical fiction about nurses and spies and strong women in the United States set during the Civil War at a time of racial unjust
Unsettled Ground by Claire Fuller, author of Swimming Lessons – fiction about middle aged twins and their fight to survive in a dangerous world
The Good Sister by Sally Hepworth, author of The Mother-In Law and The Family Next Door– domestic thriller about the bond between twin sisters, tumultuous childhoods and a sinister secret
In Times of Rain and War by Cameron Wright, author of The Rent Collector – historical fiction about an American soldier and a German woman living a secret life in World War ll London
Eternal by Lisa Scottoline – historical fiction about a love triangle in World War ll Rome
Half Life by Jillian Cantor, author or In Another Time – historical fiction, the reimagined life of Nobel Prize winner Marie Curie
Libertie by Kaitlyn Greenidge, author or We Love You, Charlie Freeman – historical fiction about what freedom means for a Black woman in the reconstruction era
When the Stars Go Dark by Paula McLain, author of The Paris Wife – about a missing person’s detective and an unsolved murder
The Bohemians by Jasmin Darznik, author of Song of a Captive Bird – historical fiction about photographer Dorothea Lange in 1920s San Francisco
How Beautiful We Were by Imbolo Mbue, author of Behold the Dreamers – about a small African village and an American oil company
More Great Lists
Here are a few more book lists to check out for ideas on what to read next!
Fantastic suggestions. Springtime and book reading go hand in hand.
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