New fall book releases have arrived and we couldn’t be more thrilled! If you’ve already completed a summer reading list and you’re looking for great books written by women, you are in luck! A mystery by Ruth Ware; fiction by Italian writer Elena Ferrante; a memoir by Jenna Bush Hager; and The Feel Good Effect by Robyn Downs. These books are exclusively selected for Prime Women. Enjoy them!
The Lying Lives Of Adults by Elena Ferrante | Fiction
A teenage girl watches how much lying goes into her parents’ interactions with others and with her, creating a family in crisis. The Lying Lives Of Adults is the story of that teenager going through all the complex and challenging stages of becoming a young woman.
My Brilliant Friend by Elena Ferrante
Finding Dora Maar by Bridgette Benkemoun
The Margot Affair by Sanae Lemoine
Monogamy by Sue Miller | Fiction
Monogamy covers the complexities of a thirty-year marriage and the secrets in their relationship that are discovered after the husband dies in his sleep of a heart attack. This story moves through the pain of betrayal, raw grief, and the slow moves to forgiveness and healing with an everlasting love.
Want by Lynn Steger Strong
The Winemaker’s Wife by Kristen Harmel
That’s Not A Thing by Jacqueline Friedland
One By One by Ruth Ware | Mystery
A London-based Tech Start-Up is offered a multi-million dollar buyout and ten shareholders take an off-site retreat to discuss the offer. This work drama takes a tragic turn when an avalanche cuts off all communication and seals them in a ski chalet. With no electricity and no sign of rescue, panic sets in like a bad horror film. Co-workers are murdered One By One
Then There Were None by Agatha Christie
Have You Seen Me? By Karen White
White Out by Danielle Girard
The Lost And Found Bookshop by Susan Wiggs | Fiction
Opening with a funeral in the prologue, a young woman loses her mother and fiancé in a plane crash. The Lost And Found Bookshop is a gentle love story perfect for anyone looking for happiness amid personal, family, and financial crises with the charming setting in a bookshop.
Paris Never Leaves You by Ellen Feldman
The Beekeeper’s Ball by Susan Wiggs
The Keeper Of Lost Things by Ruth Hogan
Little Disasters by Sarah Vaughn | Fiction
A tense family drama about a mother dealing with postpartum depression is suspected in a case of child abuse. A pediatrician friend working in the ER becomes involved in the case and resolves a series of bad choices that became Little Disasters but not child abuse.
The Girl on The Train by Paula Hawkins
Anatomy Of A Scandal by Sarah Vaughn
Truly Madly Guilty by Liane Moriarty
Everything Is Beautiful In Its Own Time by Jenna Bush Hager | Memoir
This book pays homage to Jenna Bush’s grandparents with a collection of heartwarming, intimate personal essays. Filled with love, laughter, and unforgettable stories, Everything Is Beautiful In Its Own Time captures the joyous and bittersweet nature of life itself.
Sisters by Jenna Bush Hager and Barbara Pierce Bush
Dear Edward by Ann Napolitano
Pearls Of Wisdom by Barbara Bush
The Feel Good Effect by Robyn Downs | Self Improvement/Nonfiction
This is a how-to manual for enhancing your health and wellness. The Feel Good Effect breaks down the science of mindfulness, habit, and behavior change, finding small shifts that create significant change. This book shows that wellness can be doable, rather than intimidating and overwhelming.
The Purpose Playbook by Alexandra Cole
The Body Keeps Score by Bessel van der Kolk
Happiness Advantage by Shawn Achor
As summer is drawing to a close, you can still take a trip of discovery and adventure when you curl up with one of these great books to read. If you missed last month’s reading list, catch up on Sandy’s reading recommendations for August.