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Her Perfect Twin

Bonner, Sarah
When Megan discovers photographs of her estranged identical twin sister on her husband's phone, she wants answers. Leah already has everything Megan has ever wanted. Fame, fortune, freedom to do what she wants. And when Megan confronts Leah, an argument turns to murder. The only way Megan can get away with killing her twin is to become her. But then lockdown hits. How can she continue living two lives? And what happens if someone else knows her secret too?

Tree Thieves

Bourgon, Lyndsie
A gripping account of the billion-dollar timber black market -- and how it intersects with environmentalism, class, and culture.

Girl Friends

Bourne, Holly
Set between the present day and past, GIRL FRIENDS is a smart funny novel: both a joyful celebration of female friendship and a razor-sharp look at the damage we can all cause to those we claim to love the most.

Back in the Day : A Memoir

Bragg, Melvyn
Melvyn Bragg's first ever memoir - an elegiac, intimate account of growing up in post-war Cumbria, which vividly evokes a vanished world.

Kiki Man Ray : Art, Love, and Rivalry in 1920s Paris

Braude, Mark
The story of Alice Prin, aka Kiki -- who captivated 1920s Paris -- and her tumultuous relationship with photographer Man Ray.

The Barbizon : The Hotel That Set Women Free

Bren, Paulina
A glamorous social history of the women-only New York hotel that changed the world. Grace Kelly once lived there.

Jellyfish Age Backwards : Nature's Secrets to Longevity

Brendborg, Nicklas
THE INTERNATIONAL BESTSELLER~A deep-dive into the astonishing nature and true science of longevity Molecular Biologist Nicklas Brendborg takes us on a journey from the farthest reaches of the globe to the most cutting-edge research to explore everything the natural world and science have to offer on the mystery of aging.

The Red Arrow

Brewer, William
'It was a strange time. He felt like he was happy. It was strange because it wasn't so long ago that he was convinced the only way out of the depression that had crippled him since he was a child, was death.'