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The Hollow Kind by Andy Davidson

Andy Davidson (The Boatman’s Daughter) returns with another Southern Gothic horror tale to make your skin crawl. A long-lost granddaughter and her son inherit a foreboding Georgia estate haunted by an ancient evil, and the family secrets begin to unravel. Davidson makes his prose slither and lurch through the pages as he marches you through the cursed soil of Redfern Hill, where both human and inhumane evils tear a family apart.


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ISBN: 9780374538569
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Published: MCD - October 11th, 2022

Solito: A Memoir by Javier Zamora

In his debut, Javier Zamora lets a poetic voice shine throughout as he weaves a timeless memoir for the new American immigrant diaspora. Solito recounts Zamora's journey as a child traveling from his native El Salvador, crossing three borders by land and sea in order to be reunited with his parents in the U.S. Zamora effortlessly illustrates the fear and wonder of his perilous journey, and humanizes an experience most of us could not fathom. —Josué.

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ISBN: 9780593498064
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Published: Hogarth - September 6th, 2022

Patriarchy Blues: Reflections on Manhood by Frederick Joseph

In his new book, part memoir and part stream-of-consciousness poetry, Frederick Joseph reflects on the state of masculinity of Black men in contemporary America. Drawing from deep personal experiences, Joseph’s work tackles issues of toxic masculinity, transphobia, violence, and internet culture. Joseph calls out his heroes for their shortcomings (“The Blood Of Forty-Four”) and often puts the lens on his own anxiety and pursuit of perfection (“The Rot in The Garden”). —Josúe

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ISBN: 9780063138322
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Published: Harper Perennial - May 17th, 2022

Northern Spy by Flynn Berry

Berry’s slow-burning thriller is set against the backdrop of an alternate version of contemporary Northern Ireland. After the IRA resumes hostilities in the decades after the Good Friday Agreement, BBC producer and new mother Tessa learns that her sister Marian has been involved in terrorist activities in support of the group. Unconvinced she participated willingly, Tessa sets out to find her sister and the truth. Full of intrigue and suspense, Northern Spy is a quick and engaging read.   —Josúe

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ISBN: 9780735225015
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Published: Penguin Books - April 5th, 2022

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