The Twelve Lives of Samuel Hawley: by Hannah Tinti. As Loo uncovers a history that’s darker than she could have known, the demons of her father’s past spill over into the present—and together both Hawley and Loo must face a reckoning yet to come.
If you like the World War II theme, then I suggest “City of Thieves” by David Benioff. It's set in Russia and is loosely based on the author’s grandfather’s experiences during World War II. It’s dramatic, suspenseful and an amusing read.
The Girls by Emma Cline There’s nothing more riveting than the Manson family—particularly the young, pretty girls who joined and were captivated enough to kill for their charismatic leader. This gripping debut novel reimagines the story through the eyes of a 14-year-old. Buy the book
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