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Talk of the Town March, 2023



 Talk of the Town BookManBookWoman Spring 2023 Books

“The Trackers,’ by Charles Frazier (Ecco/Harper Collins

“In the Upper Country,” Kai Thomas (Viking)

“Small Mercies,” by Dennis LeHane (Harper/HarperCollinsPublishers)

“The Sun Walks Down by Fiona McFarlane ( Farrar, Straus & Giroux), FSG.com

“Hello Beautiful,” by Ann Napolitano (The Dial Press, Penguin Random House LLC) “Dear Denise – Letters to the Sister I Never Knew,” by Lisa McNair (University of Alabama Press)

“The Animal Song,” by Jonty Howley ((Random House Children’s Books), rhcbooks.com @randomhousekids

“Love is Loud – How Diane Nash Led the Civil Rights Movement,” by Sandra Neil Wallace, Illustrated by Bryan Collier (A Paula Wiseman Book – Simon and Schuster Books For Young Children)

“Empress of the Nile – the Daredevil Archaeologist Who Saved Egypt’s Ancient Temples from Destruction,” by Lynne Olson (Random House)

“A Sense of Justice – Judge Gilbert S. Merritt and His Times,” by Keel Hunt (West Margin Press/Turner Publishing)

“Your Driver is Waiting,” by Priya Guns (Doubleday) @Pyira_Guns jpearson@penguinrandomhouse.com

“The Golden Doves,” by Martha Hall Kelly (Ballantine Books), @marthahallkelly

“The London Seance Society,” by Sarah Penner (Park Row Books),

“The Mitford Affair,” by Marie Benedict (sourcebooks landmark) sourcebooks.com

“Our Share of Night,” by Mariana Enriquez (Hogarth/Penguin Random House LLC),

“Walk Through Fire – The Train Disaster That Changed America,” by Yasmine S. Ali, MD, (Citadel Press)

“The Last Ride – Murder, Money and the Sensational Trial that Captivated Nashville,” by Martha Smith Tate

“To Shape a Dragon’s Breath,” by Moniquill Blackgoose (Del Rey Books)

“The Ferryman,” by Justin Cronin (Ballantine Books),

“Cursed Bread,” by Sophie Mackintosh (Doubleday) @fairfairsles @sophmackintosh

“The Shards,” by Bret Easton Ellis (Knopf) knopfpublicity@penguinrandomhouse.com