The best of the best: must reads from this month’s fiction selections

The following titles have been chosen from our monthly new fiction selections. They are all highly recommended for great reading.

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When the moon is low / Nadia Hashimi.
An amazing book that tells of the harrowing and dangerous journeys refugees face in their search for safety. This is a brilliantly written novel about one brave Afghan woman’s odyssey.

The night sister : a novel / Jennifer McMahon.
Set in Vermont, this is atmospheric, gripping, and suspenseful tale that probes the bond between sisters and the peril of keeping secrets. A true page turner.

Straits of hell / Taylor Anderson.
The latest in the alternate history Destroyermen series. It continues as a game-changing conspiracy throws the hope of honor, trust, and survival into chaos. Pure escapism.

Your father sends his love / Stuart Evers.
A book of powerful emotion: of vulnerability, duty, betrayal, loss, anger, fear and joy, of parental love and parental mistakes.

March of the crabs. Volume 1, The crabby condition / written and illustrated by Arthur de Pins ; translation by Edward Gauvin.
The diversity of graphic novel themes never ceases to amaze. This one is just fabulous, with more volumes to look forward to.