The Southern Bookseller Review brings you half a dozen great books to add to your already teetering bedside stack.  Recommended by Southern indie booksellers, in the belief that there is a book for every reader.

5/11/2021

Bress ‘n’ nyam! (Bless and eat!)

Laura Dave’s new novel, The Last Thing He Told Me, was just picked as a Reese Witherspoon Book Club Selection, sending it rocketing up the bestseller lists. But before that, it was an IndieNext Pick, and a favorite among southern indie booksellers:

Propulsive, heart-warming thriller. Yep, you read that right. A ten on the can’t-put-down scale, with gorgeous, complex characters. Devoured in one sitting; very satisfying. — June Wilcox, M. Judson, booksellers & storytellers in Greenville, South Carolina

I found I couldn’t put it down. With relatable characters and an interesting plot, it will be a perfect choice for summer’s vacation – or staycation. –Lia Lent, Wordsworth Books in Little Rock, Arkansas

Get ready for a fabulous exploration of motherhood, loyalty and love, all packed in a tense thriller. Bravo! — Pam Crawford, Bookmiser

Meet the author tonight at Reader Meet Writer:
Tue May 11th 7:00pm – 8:00pm EST | REGISTER

More bookseller reviews at SBR:

Read This Now | Read This Next | The Bookseller Directory

In this issue:
Bookseller Buzz: Heaven by Mieko Kawakami
Reviews of Bress ‘n’ Nyam by Matthew Raiford, Amy Paige Condon, Rabbit Island by Elvira Navarro, Christina MacSweeney (Trans), Pumpkin by Julie Murphy, The Plot by Jean Hanff Korelitz, All of Us by Kathryn Erskine, Alexandra Boiger (Illus), Secrets of Happiness by Joan Silber

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