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The Writing Retreat

Bartz, Julia
The dark, atmospheric, feminist offspring of Squid Game, The Hunting Party and Misery. A book deal to die for.

Rabbit Hutch

Gunty, Tess
Set over one sweltering week in July and culminating in a bizarre act of violence that finally changes everything, The Rabbit Hutch is a savagely beautiful and bitingly funny snapshot of contemporary America, a gorgeous and provocative tale of loneliness and longing, entrapment and, ultimately, freedom. 'Gunty writes with a keen, sensitive eye about all manner of intimacies-the kind we build with other people, and the kind we cultivate around ourselves and our tenuous, private aspirations.' Raven Leilani, author of Luster

Beasts Of A Little Land

Juhea, Kim
An expansive epic spanning the turbulent decades of Korea's fight for independence, perfect for fans of Min Jin Lee's Pachinko Beasts take many shapes...

Build Your House Around My Body

Kupersmith, Violet
Two young Vietnamese women go missing decades apart. Both are fearless, both are lost. And both will have their revenge.

Dust Child

Nguyen Phan Que Mai
In 1969, two sisters from rural Viet Nam leave their parents' home and travel to the bustling city of Sai Gon. Soon their lives are swept up in the unstoppable flames of a war that is blazing through their country.

The Dust Never Settles

Quinn, Karina Lickorish
'I have seen ghosts. They will not rest. The whispers of the past are all around...' Anais Echeverria left Peru, the country where she grew up, many years ago.