We’re kicking off March with a few books that come highly recommended.
Release Date: March 1st | 432 pp. | Sociology, History & Economics
Evicted follows eight families and the landlords that hold their fate in their hands. Harvard sociologist, Matthew Desmond, gives readers a firsthand look into a life of poverty in the poorest neighborhoods of Milwaukee through stories, observations, and data.
Release Date: March 1st | 272 pp. | Young Adult Literature
Kadence Mulligan and Lauren DeSanto were watching their songs go viral on YouTube, when Lauren’s vocal chords were paralyzed by a throat-infection. Lauren and Kadence fell out over Kady’s boyfriend but Lauren knows how deceptive Kadence could actually be. Now, no one believes Lauren when she says she has nothing to do with Kady’s disappearance. As the media begins to condemn Lauren, she discovers she must get to the truth herself. But will she realize too late that she’s unknowingly participating in her own framing?
Release Date: March 22nd | 368 pp. | Family Fiction
In her debut novel, Cynthia D’Aprix provides an acutely perceptive look into the fates of four adult siblings and their shared inheritance. Tensions come to a head when Jack, Melody, and Beatrice Plumb confront their older brother Leo, who has just recently been released from rehab. Leo was involved in a drunk-driving incident that has endangered the Plumbs’ joint trust fund, The Nest, from their late father. A powerful reminder of the power of family, this book is about the ways we depend upon one another and the ways we let one another down.