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A historical novel that finds accusations of witchcraft quickly infecting a grieving but resourceful community; a fantastical historical whodunit; a novel that's a blend of Etaf Rum's
A Woman Is No Man and Tara Westover's
Educated, and more...
A heart-wrenching story of two fathers, united in grief and a sense of purpose, to combat the violence that stole what was most precious to them; and a fun romp through the adage “youth is wasted on the young.”
War & Peace was originally titled
All's Well that Ends Well;
Lord of the Flies was called
Strangers from Within...Indulge in a little literary trivia by identifying the temporary titles for these famous works...