You Will Know Me by Megan Abbott. Teen gymnast on the Olympic track involved in a murder. For Abbott's last two novels I took frequent breaks because the tension and dread were too much for me to handle.
Here's To Us by Elin Hilderbrand. Oooh, that other book from earlier this week was an older novel, The Island. This book is the new one. Something about people by the beach.
Falling: a love story by Jane Green. A romance? Author bio says Green has written sixteen NYT bestsellers. That's a lot.
Invincible Summer by Alice Adams. Close knit students graduate, grow older, and reunite.
This Must Be the Place by Maggie O'Farrell. Reclusive Americans living in rural Ireland are "disrupted by an unexpected discovery about a woman [the guy] lost touch with twenty years ago." O'Farrell has curly red hair that looks very nice.
Deadly Fate by Heather Graham. Another one of Graham's Krewe of Hunters novels. Graham's author photo is super fancy. She has also written over 100 novels. That's a lot of books.
Engaged in Death by Stephanie Blackmoore. Paperback mystery with food and cats and a fixer-upper house. Blackmoore lives in Missouri. You know who else lives in Missouri? Blackmoore's husband and son.