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Start Off The New Year With One Of These Buzzy New Books

From You Have A Match to Outlawed.

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Cowgirls, space mafiosas, and secret sisters feature among this week's best new books.

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After the dissolution of her marriage, Blythe — a woman who has long struggled to be a good mother — inserts herself into her ex-husband's new life in this buzzy debut that traces a twisting line of intergenerational trauma.

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Since the late 19th century, feminist movements have pushed women of color — and their concerns — to the margins. In White Feminism, Koa Beck sheds some light on the racism that's still prevalent today in mainstream "feminist" circles.

$27
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Two people granted preternaturally long lives engage in a century-long power struggle in this diverse new space opera, in which one must protect their benefactors from the other's insidious schemes.

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Tweet Cute author Emma Lord returns to store shelves this month with You Have a Match. When a DNA test reveals the existence of a sibling she never knew she had, 16-year-old Abby heads off to summer camp in the Pacific Northwest to meet her Insta-famous big sister, Savvy.

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The sophomore effort from sisters Maika and Maritza Moulite, One of the Good Ones examines the aftermath of an 18-year-old honor student's death. When Kezi is killed at a social justice rally, her family is left to wrestle with their beloved sister and daughter's complex legacy.

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A midwife's infertile daughter, Ada flees from a town that hangs childless women as witches. She joins the Hole in the Wall Gang looking for a better life, just as the group prepares to launch their most perilous endeavor yet, in this rollicking, Wild West thrill ride.

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Written following the deaths of her mother and child, Liz Tichenor's The Night Lake is a deeply personal and powerful exploration of grieving — both public and private — that sets the Episcopal priest and debut author apart as a new literary star on the rise.

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