The Rose Code

A trio of friends and World War II codebreakers reluctantly reunite to root out a spy in Kate Quinn's twisty and evocative The Rose Code. In 1940, Osla, Mab, and Beth become friends as they work together to decipher German military codes for Great Britain. But by 1947, their friendship has been torn apart by a terrible betrayal. Still, the trio must set aside their differences when they receive a cryptic letter hinting at a traitor in their midst.

Surviving Savannah

Surviving Savannah by Patti Callahan is a historical-fiction novel that explores the forgotten sinking of "The Titanic of the South." In 1838, the steamship Pulaski sank with many of Savannah's elite residents onboard. Callahan explores the tragedy from the point of view of two women, Augusta Longstreet and her niece, Lilly Forsyth, who each must make an unthinkable choice when the ship explodes.

Are We There Yet?

Kathleen West's latest novel, Are We There Yet? tackles the struggles of parenting with unflinching honesty. Alice Sullivan thinks she finally has her life figured out when she discovers her daughter is struggling through second grade and her son is using social media to bully his peers. Add in a startling bombshell dropped by her mother, and Alice's picture-perfect life seems to disappear overnight, leaving her with no choice but to embrace the mess.