The March list of librarian favorites includes historical and domestic fiction in a variety of styles and settings. Find out more about each selection - and place holds - by clicking the title to visit our catalog, and see the LibraryReads website to read brief reviews submitted by librarians from across the country.
Lone Women by Victor LaValle
Historical fiction meets horror in this story of women homesteaders in 1915 Montana.
All That is Mine I Carry with Me by William Landay
A decades-long mystery of a mother’s death haunts this domestic suspense tale.
Clytemnestra by Costanza Casati
Historical fiction brings an ancient Greek legend to life.
The Gospel of Orla by Eoghan Walls
A teenage girl struggling with the death of her mother meets a would-be resurrectionist.
Hang the Moon by Jeannette Walls
A coming-of-age story set in Prohibition-era Virginia.
Hello Beautiful by Ann Napolitano
Four sisters and the young man who enters their lives in 1970s Chicago.
A House with Good Bones by T. Kingfisher
A creepy story with a shocking twist is balanced by humor and sweetness.
The London Seance Society by Sarah Penner
A suspenseful tale set in the spiritualism movement of Victorian England.
The Secret Lives of Country Gentlemen by K.J. Charles
“Bridgerton meets Poldark” in this LGBTQ Regency romance.
Weyward by Emilia Hart
Magical women fight for their freedom in a multiple-timeline story.
Which one will you read first? If you need help placing a hold with your Chandler Public Library card, give us a call at 480-782-2800.