More Myself: A Journey by Alicia Keys (with Michelle Burford) is part-memoir, part-autobiography, and part-documentary of the life of Alicia Keys. You mostly know her from The Voice and from her extensive musical catalog, which includes songs like "Fallin'," "If I Ain't Got You," "Empire State of Mind" (with Jay-Z), and "Girl on Fire." Alicia takes you on a journey of herself from her childhood to entering college early, assembling her first music album, becoming a celebrity, and coaching new talent on The Voice.
Twin sisters Stella and Desiree Vignes may be identical, growing up together in a small, southern black community that prides themselves on their light skin, but when they decide to run away at age sixteen in search of greater lives, their paths quickly drift apart.
Told from the alternating perspectives of the three Butler sisters, Althea, Viola, and Lillian, The Care and Feeding of Ravenously Hungry Girls is a family drama that shows what happens when past trauma meets new family turmoil.
From the author of My Best Friend's Exorcism comes a new supernatural horror-thriller that centers around a women's book club that must protect its suburban community from a mysterious and handsome stranger who turns out to be a blood-sucking fiend.
Mickey is a patrol cop in a Philadelphia neighborhood rocked by the opioid crisis. Her usual run-ins consist of drug dealers and sex workers. Also on the streets she patrols is her younger sister, Kacey, whose addiction to drugs tore the sisters apart years ago. They no longer speak but keep tabs on each other as their paths repeatedly cross.