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Go Tell the Bees That I Am Gone: A Novel (Outlander #9) Cover Image
ISBN: 9781101885680
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Published: Delacorte Press - November 23rd, 2021

At last! Long awaited by Outlander fans! "Go Tell the Bees That I Am Gone" is the latest installment in the series by Diana Gabaldon.

It is 1779 and, at last, Claire and Jamie are reunited with their daughter Brianna, her husband Roger and their family, living together on Fraser’s Ridge. Having the family together is a dream the Frasers had thought impossible. And yet…

Even in the North Carolina backcountry, the effects of war are being felt. The Revolutionary War creeps ever closer to Fraser’s Ridge. And with the family finally together, Jamie and Claire have more at stake than ever before.

Hell of a Book: A Novel Cover Image
ISBN: 9780593330968
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Published: Dutton - June 29th, 2021

"Hell of a Book" won the National Book Award in the fiction category. While this heartbreaking and magical book entertains and is at once about family, love of parents and children, art and money, it’s also about the nation’s reckoning with a tragic police shooting playing over and over again on the news. And with what it can mean to be Black in America.

Last Night at the Telegraph Club Cover Image
ISBN: 9780525555254
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Published: Dutton Books for Young Readers - January 19th, 2021

"Late Night at the Telegraph Club" won the National Book Award in the young people's literature category. Seventeen-year-old Lily Hu can’t remember exactly when the feeling took root—that desire to look, to move closer, to touch. Whenever it started growing, it definitely bloomed the moment she and Kathleen Miller walked under the flashing neon sign of a lesbian bar called the Telegraph Club. Suddenly everything seemed possible. But America in 1954 is not a safe place for two girls to fall in love, especially not in Chinatown.