No genres, here. Just good stories. The lost sisterhood by Anne Fortier (Juliet) is “a spellbinding journey from the halls of Oxford to the ruins of Troy.” Be careful what you wish for by Jeffrey Archer cintinues the Clifton Chronicles. It’s all about love, revenge, ambition, and betrayal. In Evening stars by Susan Mallory, a good-girl daughter gets fed up with mom and sis, and begins to ask ‘hey, what about me?’ Before the Drama with a capital D, Barbara Delinsky wrote romances like Chances are. Enjoy this blast from the past. In Prayers for the stolen by Jennifer Clement, a young girl struggles to survive under the desolate umbrella of the Mexican drug wars. Finally, Tabitha King, wife to Stephen and an author in her won right, is sadly out of print, but we just added copies of The Trap and The Book of Reuben.