Yet even as helen embraces being a “bachelor girl”—a working woman living on her own terms—she finds herself falling in love with Albert, even after he confesses his darkest secret. But it is only when ruppert’s own secrets are finally revealed that Helen and Albert will be forced to confront the truth about their relationship to him—and to each other.
Bachelor Girl: A Novel by the Author of Orphan #8 #ad - . Helen and albert develop a deepening bond the closer they become to Ruppert, an eccentric millionaire who demands their loyalty in return for his lavish generosity. Now an international bestseller “bachelor girl plunges the reader deep into life during the Jazz Age…and the revealing of other secrets and confessions will keep readers up all night looking for answers.
Booklist starred review from the new york times bestselling author of orphan #8 comes a fresh and intimate novel in the vein of Lilac Girls and The Alice Network about the destructive power of secrets and the redemptive power of love—inspired by the true story of Jacob Ruppert, the millionaire owner of the New York Yankees, and his mysterious bequest in 1939 to an unknown actress, Helen Winthrope Weyant.
When the owner of the new york yankees baseball team, takes helen winthrope, under his wing, she thinks it’s because of his guilt over her father’s accidental death—and so does Albert Kramer, Colonel Jacob Ruppert, a young actress, Ruppert’s handsome personal secretary.
The Hand That Feeds You: A NovelScribner #ad - When morgan tries to locate bennett’s parents to tell them about their son’s hideous death, she discovers that everything he has told her—where he was born, where he lives in Montreal, where he works—was a lie. She returns from class one day to find Bennett brutally mauled to death, and her beloved dogs covered in blood.
Morgan’s research into bennett has taken on new urgency: in order to stay alive, she must find out how an intelligent woman like herself, who studies predators, becomes a victim. Rich. Morgan, is completing her thesis on victim psychology and newly engaged to Bennett, thirty, a man more possessive than those she has dated in the past, but also more chivalrous—and the sex is hot.
The Hand That Feeds You: A Novel #ad - He is not the man he said he was, and he had several fiancées, all believing the same promises he gave Morgan. For readers of girl on a train and luckiest girl alive, this “twisty, unsettling thriller” The New York Times is an “irresistible” Vogue collaboration between two outstanding writers. The hand that feeds you goes from zero to terrifying in about five pages…Once this thriller gets its teeth into you, it doesn’t let go” The Tampa Bay Times.
An unnerving, elegant page-turner” vanity fair of psychological suspense about a woman in an intense sexual relationship with a man who turns out to be a predator—by celebrated writers Amy Hempel and Jill Ciment writing as A. J. And then, one by one, these other women are murdered.
Little Broken Things: A NovelAtria Books #ad - It’s a matter of life and death, and ultimately, of family and freedom, about the lengths a woman will go to protect the ones she loves. But before quinn can ask even one of the million questions swirling around her head, Nora disappears, and Quinn finds herself the unlikely caretaker of a girl introduced simply as Lucy.
Nora hands her over to quinn with instructions to keep her safe, and not to utter a word about the child to anyone, especially not their buttoned-up mother who seems determined to pretend everything is perfect. But quinn’s worries are nothing compared to the firestorm that Nora is facing. If you liked big little lies, you’ll want to crack open this new novel by Nicole Baart.
Southern living “steeped in menace, Baart’s latest is a race-to-the-finish family drama. People an engrossing and suspenseful novel for fans of Liane Moriarty and Amy Hatvany about an affluent suburban family whose carefully constructed facade starts to come apart with the unexpected arrival of an endangered young girl.
Little Broken Things: A Novel #ad - I have something for you. They haven’t seen each other in nearly a year and thanks to Nora’s fierce aloofness, their relationship consists mostly of infrequent phone calls and an occasional email or text. While quinn struggles to honor her sister’s desperate request and care for the lost, scared Lucy, she fears that Nora may have gotten involved in something way over her head—something that will threaten them all.
. But when a haunted nora shows up at the lake near Quinn's house just hours later, a chain reaction is set into motion that will change both of their lives forever.
Orphan #8: A NovelWilliam Morrow Paperbacks #ad - Subjected to x-ray treatments that leave her disfigured, Rachel suffers years of cruel harassment from the other orphans. Rachel becomes obsessed with making Dr. She realizes that a person’s fate—to be one who inflicts harm or one who heals—is not always set in stone. Lush in historical detail, rich in atmosphere and based on true events, Orphan #8 is a powerful, affecting novel of the unexpected choices we are compelled to make that can shape our destinies.
. Solomon acknowledge, and pay for, her wrongdoing. But when she turns fifteen, she runs away to Colorado hoping to find the brother she lost and discovers a family she never knew she had. Though rachel believes she’s shut out her painful childhood memories, years later she is confronted with her dark past when she becomes a nurse at Manhattan’s Old Hebrews Home and her patient is none other than the elderly, cancer-stricken Dr.
Orphan #8: A Novel #ad - When tragedy strikes, rachel is separated from her brother Sam and sent to a Jewish orphanage where Dr. In this stunning new historical novel inspired by true events, Kim van Alkemade tells the fascinating story of a woman who must choose between revenge and mercy when she encounters the doctor who subjected her to dangerous medical experiments in a New York City Jewish orphanage years before.
In 1919, rachel rabinowitz is a vivacious four-year-old living with her family in a crowded tenement on New York City’s Lower Eastside. But each passing hour Rachel spends with the old doctor reveal to Rachel the complexities of her own nature. Solomon.
Hello, Sunshine: A NovelSimon & Schuster #ad - She loses her husband, her show, the fans, and her apartment. Sunshine mackenzie has it all…until she gets hacked. But what sunshine does amid the ashes of her own destruction may well save her life. She’s forced to return to the childhood home—and the estranged sister—she’s tried hard to forget.
Sunshine is living the dream—she’s a culinary star with millions of fans, a line of #1 bestselling cookbooks, and a devoted husband happy to support her every endeavor. Best books of summer selection by people, Domino Magazine, Redbook, US Weekly, PureWow, PopSugar, Elle, InStyle. Com, WMagazine. Com, HarpersBazaar.
Hello, Sunshine: A Novel #ad - Com, SouthernLiving. Com, and tallahassee democrat epicurious best foodie reads selection library reads pick “a clever beach bag must-have” People from Laura Dave—the author of the “addictive” Us Weekly and critically acclaimed bestseller Eight Hundred Grapes—“a smart, Arizona Republic, fun read about trying to live an authentic life in the age of social media overload” PopSugar.
Sunshine mackenzie has it all…until her secrets come to light. A delightfully addictive page-turner” WMagazine. Com that takes place in a world where celebrity is a careful construct, Hello, Sunshine is “wickedly funny and gorgeously entertaining…there is no chance you won’t consume this golden summer read in one sitting” Redbook.
Boss of Black Brooklyn: The Life and Times of Bertram L. BakerEmpire State Editions #ad - Today they make up a third of the population, and there are scores of black elected officials. A pioneer and a giant, baker has a story that is finally revealed in intimate and honest detail by his grandson Ron Howell. Boss of black brooklyn begins with the tale of one man’s rise to prominence in a fascinating era of black American history, a time when thousands of West Indian families began leaving their native islands in the Caribbean and settling in New York City.
. Bertram L. Baker’s story has receded into the shadows of time, but Boss of Black Brooklyn recaptures it and inspires us to learn from it. Yet brooklyn, often called the capital of the Black Diaspora, is a capital under siege. Making his own mark on modern history, Baker pushed through one of the nation’s first bills outlawing discrimination in the sale or rental of housing.
Boss of Black Brooklyn: The Life and Times of Bertram L. Baker #ad - Baker loved telling his fellow legislators that only one other Nevisian had ever served in the state assembly. In that capacity he successfully negotiated with white tennis administrators, getting them to accept Althea Gibson into their competitions. A very important and long-overdue book, boss of black brooklyn not only explores black politics and black organizations but also penetrates Baker’s inner life and reveals themes that resonate today: black fatherhood, relations between black men and black women, faithfulness to place and ancestry.
In the 1940s, when he won his seat in the New York state assembly, blacks made up only 4 percent of the population of Brooklyn. Bertram L.
The Elizas: A NovelAtria Books #ad - The elizas is a heart-pounding, false memories, Hitchcockian double narrative composed of secrets, lies, and an unreliable narrator you’ll never forget. She glimpses a shadowy presence hovering nearby, wishing to do her harm? Perhaps the answers to all her questions already exist in the pages of her novel, studying her, a mirror image of herself…but is it all in her head or is there really someone following her, if only she could put the pieces together in the right way.
Harper’s bazaar | 10 new books to add to your reading list in 2018 cosmopolitan | best april ever roundup bustle | 35 most anticipated fiction books of 2018 popsugar | 10 of the most anticipated books in 2018 buzzfeed | 5 best thrillers of Spring BookBub | 17 Great New Books Coming in 2018 She Reads | Most Anticipated Books of April 2018 Bookish | April 2018 Book Club Picks Real Simple | The Best Books of 2018 So Far Town & Country | The Best Books to Read This April From the New York Times bestselling author of the Pretty Little Liars series comes a thriller “blending Hitchcock, S.
J. Watson, and ruth ware” entertainment Weekly filled with half-truths, suppressed memories, and ingenious twists. When eliza fontaine is rescued from the bottom of a hotel pool just a few weeks before her first novel is going to be published, her family assumes that it’s another failed suicide attempt.
The Elizas: A Novel #ad - The dividing line between fact and fiction seems to be dissolving, and even Eliza is becoming uncertain about where her protagonist’s story ends and hers begins. As she searches for answers, something very peculiar begins to happen: The people closest to her start to confuse the events in her novel with those in her real life.
But eliza swears she was pushed.
The Taiga SyndromeDorothy, a publishing project #ad - A fairy tale run amok, the taiga syndrome follows an unnamed female Ex-Detective as she searches for a couple who has fled to the far reaches of the earth. A betrayed husband is convinced by a brief telegram that his second ex-wife wants him to track her down--that she wants to be found. Tales of hansel and gretel and little red riding hood haunt the Ex-Detective's quest, though the lessons of her journey are more experiential than moral: that just as love can fly away, sometimes unloving flies away as well.
That sometimes leaving everything behind is the only thing left to do. He hires the ex-detective, who sets out with a translator into a snowy, hostile forest where strange things happen and translation betrays both sense and one's senses.
The Room on Rue AmélieGallery Books #ad - No one is safe. A moving and entrancing novel set in paris during world war ii about an american woman, a dashing pilot, and a young Jewish girl whose fates unexpectedly entwine—perfect for the fans of Kristen Hannah’s The Nightingale and Martha Hall Kelly’s Lilac Girls, this is “an emotional, heart-breaking, inspiring tribute to the strength of the human spirit and the enduring power of love” Mariah Stewart, New York Times bestselling author.
When ruby first marries the dashing Frenchman she meets in a coffee shop, she pictures a life strolling arm in arm along French boulevards, awash in the golden afternoon light. She becomes involved in hiding Allied soldiers—including a charming RAF pilot—who have landed in enemy territory. Ruby and charlotte become a little family, but as the German net grows tighter around Paris, and the Americans debate entering the combat, the danger increases.
The Room on Rue Amélie #ad - . But her skills are ultimately put to the test when she begins concealing her twelve-year-old Jewish neighbor, Charlotte, whose family was rounded up by the Gestapo. Set against all the danger and drama of wwii paris, this heartfelt novel will keep you turning the pages until the very last word” Mary Alice Monroe, New York Times bestselling author.
But it’s 1938, and war is looming on the horizon. When marcel is killed, ruby discovers the secret he’d been hiding—he was a member of the French resistance—and now she is determined to take his place. Unfortunately, her marriage soon grows cold and bitter, distant and secretive—all while the Germans flood into Paris, her husband Marcel, their sinister swastika flags waving in the breeze.
Carnegie's Maid: A NovelSourcebooks Landmark #ad - She's not the experienced Irish maid who was hired to work in one of Pittsburgh's grandest households. She's a poor farmer's daughter with nowhere to go and nothing in her pockets. But the other woman with the same name has vanished, and pretending to be her just might get Clara some money to send back home.
If she can keep up the ruse, that is. The usa today bestsellerfrom the author of The Only Woman in the Room comes the mesmerizing tale of what kind of woman could have inspired an American dynasty. Clara kelley is not who they think she is. What clara does have is a resolve as strong as the steel Pittsburgh is becoming famous for, coupled with an uncanny understanding of business, and Andrew begins to rely on her.
Carnegie's Maid: A Novel #ad - Revealing her past might ruin her future — and her family's. With captivating insight and heart, carnegie's Maid tells the story of one brilliant woman who may have spurred Andrew Carnegie's transformation from ruthless industrialist into the world's first true philanthropist. Serving as a lady's maid in the household of Andrew Carnegie requires skills she doesn't have, answering to an icy mistress who rules her sons and her domain with an iron fist.
. But clara can't let her guard down, not even when Andrew becomes something more than an employer.
The Big House: A Century in the Life of an American Summer HomeScribner #ad - Run-down yet romantic, the big house stands not only as a cherished reminder of summer’s ephemeral pleasures but also as a powerful symbol of a vanishing way of life. Faced with the sale of the century-old family summer house on cape cod where he had spent forty-two summers, George Howe Colt recounts returning for one last stay with his wife and children in this stunning memoir that was a National Book Award Finalist and a New York Times Notable Book of the Year.
This poignant tribute to the eleven-bedroom jumble of gables, bays, and dormers that watched over weddings, breakdowns, birthdays, deaths, divorces, anniversaries, and love affairs for five generations interweaves Colt’s final visit with memories of a lifetime of summers.