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October ushers in great books with holiday themes!

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You never get a second chance at a first kiss…


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Fake Homecoming. Fake Boyfriend. Real feels.


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A terrific, twisting romantic thriller that will keep you guessing.


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Tis the season … for unexpected love.


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Blessings, Georgia series, where the glow of a small-town Christmas and excitement of a winter love story will warm your heart!


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Secrets are every where

Our Kind of People by Carol Wallace

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Also by Carol Wallace:

Our Kind of People, January 2022
Trade Size
Ben-Hur, July 2016
Paperback / e-Book
To Marry an English Lord, March 2012
Paperback / e-Book (reprint)

Our Kind of People
Carol Wallace

G.P. Putnam's Sons
January 2022
On Sale: January 11, 2022
Featuring: Helen Wilcox
368 pages
ISBN: 0525540024
EAN: 9780525540021
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Historical | Women's Fiction Historical

Fans of Bridgerton will love this “exuberant novel of manners for our own gilded age” (Stacy Schiff, author of Cleopatra) as we follow the Wilcox family’s journey through riches and ruin.

Among New York City’s Gilded Age elite, one family will defy convention.

Helen Wilcox has one desire: to successfully launch her daughters into society. From the upper crust herself, Helen’s unconventional--if happy--marriage has made the girls’ social position precarious. Then her husband gambles the family fortunes on an elevated railroad that he claims will transform the face of the city and the way the people of New York live, but will it ruin the Wilcoxes first? As daughters Jemima and Alice navigate the rise and fall of their family--each is forced to re-examine who she is, and even who she is meant to love.

From the author of To Marry an English Lord, the inspiration for Downton Abbey, comes a charming and cutthroat tale of a world in which an invitation or an avoided glance can be the difference between fortune and ruin.

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