I Have Some Questions for You, by Rebecca Makkai

Staff Pick

Rebecca Makkai’s fourth novel is a departure from her third, The Great Believers--but equally engrossing and with comparable emotional weight. A suspenseful campus saga, it also examines the shifting approaches to racism and misogyny over several generations as well as the ethics of the true crime genre itself.  Set in the present, it follows the tenacious podcaster and professor, Bodie Kane, through ruminations that wind back to the 1995 murder of Bodie's boarding school roommate and the event's aftermath. Makkai tells a taut, tense story with no easy answers.




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ISBN: 9780593490143
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Published: Viking - February 21st, 2023

Unscripted, by James B.Stewart and Rachel Abrams

Staff Pick

Stewart and Abrams take us into the gilded world of the embattled Redstone family as they struggle to retain control over the CBS/Viacom media empire. The companies’ histories are dripping with greed and manipulation as the various power players climb the corporate ladder and vie for more influential roles. Bringing all the trappings of delicious drama to the boardroom, Unscripted is perfect for fans of HBO’s succession.




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ISBN: 9781984879424
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Published: Penguin Press - February 14th, 2023

Tell Me I'm Worthless, by Alison Rumfitt

Staff Pick

Tell Me I'm Worthless is a haunted house story that juxtaposes the horror of the supernatural with that of living in the present. The narrative is anchored by Alice and Ila, two former friends and sometimes lovers who bear the internal and external scars of a night that saw the gruesome death of their friend Hannah. Estranged and on very different paths as the novel opens, the two women attempt to face the darkness that has haunted them since it tore them apart. Rumfitt's macabre work is unflinching and offers readers no tidy endings, leading us to wonder if the protagonists will be all right--and if any of us can ever be said to be all right.



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ISBN: 9781250866233
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Published: Tor Nightfire - January 17th, 2023