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Summer Days, Summer Nights


Hot, sizzling reads for July

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Cowboys who thrill outside the arena as much as in.


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Spy school for young ladies in Jane Austen’s world.


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He’d give his life for her, but his heart was never part of the bargain


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Can happily ever after exist somewhere between virtue and valor?


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With his K-9 partner at his side, can he survive false accusations and a bomber?


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Two people inexplicably drawn to each other even though they have almost nothing in common.


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Rogues & Remarkable Women


Layl Erbil

One of the most influential Turkish writers of the 20th century, Leylâ Erbil was an innovative literary stylist who tackled issues at the heart of what it means to be human, in mind and body. A Strange Woman, first published in 1971, is considered the first feminist novel to come from a Turkish author. Erbil ventured where few writers dared to tread, turning her lens to the tides of social norms and the shaping of identities, getting down to the nitty gritty of emotional conflict, and plumbing the depths of history and psyche. In 2002 and 2004 Erbil was nominated as candidate for the Nobel Literature Prize by Turkey PEN. She died in Istanbul in 2013.

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A Strange Woman, June 2020
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