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Heat Index: 5 Hot New September Books We’re Devouring

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September is upon us and that means the book-release craze has begun. With so many books hitting the shelves this month, we decided this week’s Heat Index should spotlight a few that held us prisoner from the first page to the last. There are many more to come, but for now get these new reads on your TBR list immediately. If I Knew You Were Going to be This Beautiful, I Never Would Have Let You Go, Judy Chicurel (Berkley, September 1) “Although this is ostensibly a collection of ‘linked’ short stories, the book reads like a novel…very nearly miraculous and unexpectedly profound.” —Los Angeles Review of Book Heat Index: A number of novellas come together to form this beautifully laid out novel…

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Get closer to the veterans who sacrificed for us through these great books

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Each year, we pause on the 11th day of the 11th month to acknowledge and give thanks to the countless veterans who have served our country. And while those who haven’t served can recognize the contributions of veterans, it can be difficult to truly understand the depths of sacrifice those service members and their families have made so that we can be free. Thanks to books, though, we have a window into the experience of veterans and their families, whether it be that of an Army sergeant who dodges gunfire to save the lives of wounded comrades, a young boy who waits at the airport for a parent to return from active duty, or an Army captain trying to unravel…

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