The Summer We Read Gatsby by Danielle Ganek
Cassie is a serious journalist with her feet firmly planted on the ground; Peck is a vintage-obsessed actress with her head in the clouds. In fact, the only thing the Moriarty sisters seem to have in common is their inheritance of Fool's House, a ramshackle cottage left to them by their beloved Aunt Lydia. The girls must resolve not only what to do with Fool's House but also their disparate notions of what makes a family and how to respect their sisterly differences.
Let the Dead Lie by Malla Nunn
Emmanuel Cooper's life has an "ex" through it: ex-soldier, ex-detective sergeant and ex-white man. He now works undercover surveillance on the seedy Durban docks to make a living. All that changes when the brutal murder of a young boy forces Cooper out of the shadows. After two more similar murders, Cooper becomes the police department's prime suspect. Under the pressure of new racial segregation laws, Cooper must find the killer before the Durban police pin the crimes on him.
The Time Weaver by Shana Abe
Honor Carlisle may have been born into the drakon clan but she's always felt like a stranger to her kin. It's an intuition that proves true when she receives a mysterious letter--a letter sent by her future self. Honor learns she is a Time Weaver: a creature with the extraordinary ability to transport herself into the past or future. But the letter contains a dire warning. If Honor remains in her home at Darkfrith, she is certain to be killed.
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