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It’s never too late to start checking off items on your reading list, or to get back into the practice of reading. Amazon’s bestseller list has featured some evergreen favorites this month, like Colleen Hoover’s “It Ends With Us” and Taylor Jenkins Reid’s “Daisy Jones & The Six,” but in case you’re looking for newer releases, we’ve got you covered.
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A Today Show book club selection, “Maame” by Jessica George follows Maddie, a caretaker living in London who is suddenly relieved of her duties when her mother returns home from Ghana. The book takes you through Maddie’s journey as she allows herself to embrace the world and herself for the first time.
$17 at Amazon
2. “Secretly Yours”
Prolific novelist Tessa Bailey has another romcom out this year in the form of “Secretly Yours.” Set in Napa Valley, the novel follows Hallie, a gardener, who reunites with her childhood crush, Julian, when she comes to work on his parents’ estate – accidentally leaving a note professing her love for him on his doorstep .
$11 at Amazon
3. “How to Sell a Haunted House”
“The Final Girl Support Club” author Grady Hendrix is quickly becoming a top name in horror. Hendrix’s latest novel “How to Sell a Haunted House” is a new take on the haunted house tale, centering on the story of Louise, a young mother who returns to her childhood home to sell it with her brother, Field.
$19 at Amazon
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4. “Pineapple Street”
Curl up with another morning talk show book club pick—Good morning America, this time – in the form of “Pineapple Street” by Jenny Jackson. You will follow the story of Darley, Sasha and Georgiana as they navigate their lives in the Gilded Age.
$19 at Amazon
Prince Harry’s memoirs are already one of the best-selling books of the year. With some sometimes shocking insights into the young Duke of Sussex’s life and relationships, you can grab a copy of your own or listen to Harry’s own narration of the audiobook on Amazon.
$22 at Amazon
6. “Fear not the Reaper”
Horror master Stephen Graham Jones follows up on the events of “My Heart is a Chainsaw” with his latest novel, “Don’t Fear the Reaper.” Jade Daniels is released from prison and returns to Proofrock, where she crosses paths with Dark Mill South as he returns to exact his revenge.
$24 at Amazon
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7. “Things we hide from the light”
USA today Bestselling author Lucy Score returns with a new story about Knockemount, Virginia, in her follow-up to “Things We Never Got Over.” “Things We Hide from the Light” is the story of Nash Morgan, a young cop dealing with panic attacks, whose life is brightened by the arrival of Lina, his new neighbor.
$13 at Amazon
An Amazon Editors’ Choice for March, “Weyward” by Emilia Hart follows the stories of three witches from different eras who experience the beauty of natural magic while struggling with the circumstances of their time.
$18 at Amazon
9. “Brilliant Sin”
Romantic mainstay Katee Robert is back with the fourth installment of her Dark Olympus series. “Radiant Sin” follows the story of Apollo and Cassandra as they are drawn into a fake dating scheme that quickly begins to draw them closer and closer together.
$13 at Amazon
10. “Natasja’s kitchen”
Written by Natasha Kravchuk, “Natasha’s Kitchen” features over 100 recipes a night that draw on her Ukrainian heritage and provide insight into her life as a food blogger and chef.
$30 at Amazon
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