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by Thrity Umrigar
An Indian American journalist travels back to India to cover the story of a Hindu woman attacked by her community for the man she loves and finds a complicated love of her own.
by Claire Fuller
A dying old woman recalls the summer of 1969: a crumbling English mansion, her bond with a glamourous, hedonistic couple, and the crime that colors their time together.
by Ann Patchett
When an affair becomes two divorces and a blended family, and their story is adapted by a famous author, a group of siblings must reckon with the truth of it all and their responsibility to each other.
by Deesha Philyaw
In this collection of short stories, an array of Black women and girls find independence, vulnerability, reprieve, and love in many shapes and forms.
by Lara Williams
Roberta and Stevie form a secret society for women — the Supper Club — where they can satiate their hunger, take up space, and become the fullest and most fulfilled version of themselves.
by Leila Slimani
After WWII, a Moroccan solider and his French wife settle down in Morocco where they’re forced to navigate their place in their own worlds and each other’s.
by Helen Oyeyemi
Harriet and Perdita, mother and daughter, seem normal enough until you look more closely in this modern fairytale.
by Lily King
A struggling writer on the brink of leaving one phase of life behind for another faces crises of all manner: creative, romantic, and the waning of youth.
by Laurie Frankel
When it becomes clear that their youngest child is transgender, two parents keep this revelation a secret — until they can’t.
by Ella King
When a mysterious, handsome man shows up in their small, Southern town, it’s up to a women’s book club to find out if he’s the monster some suspect.
by Karen Russell
Magic, monsters, and the surreal abound in this collection of unnerving, but revealing, short stories.