1. As Little As Nothing
(ECW PRESS) BY PAMELA MULLOY, $23
On the eve of the Second World War, a woman learns to fly—both literally and figuratively—to rise above her circumstances.
2. That Summer in Berlin
(BERKLEY) BY LECIA CORNWALL, $23
A debutante-turned-spy finds danger and romance in 1936 Berlin.
3. The Night Travelers
(ATRIA) BY ARMANDO LUCAS CORREA, $36
The threads of love and war bind four generations of women in this sweeping novel.
4. The Lindbergh Nanny
(MINOTAUR) BY MARIAH FREDERICKS, $37
A blend of fact and fiction that focuses on the young woman who cared for Charles Lindbergh, Jr.
5. The Night Ship
(ATRIA) BY JESS KIDD, $37
Dual narratives 300 years apart tell the tale of a boy, a girl and a shipwreck in this acclaimed author’s latest.
6. The White Hare
(SIMON & SCHUSTER CANADA) BY JANE JOHNSON, $25
A mother and daughter forge a new life in a magical, mysterious English village.
7. The Seamstress of Sardinia
(HARPER PERENNIAL) BY BIANCA PITZORNO, $21
The secrets and desires of a small Italian village seen through the eyes of a young seamstress with dreams of her own.
8. The Italian Girls
(HACHETTE) BY DEBBIE RIX, $17
Two women bond in the midst of the Second World War as they try to protect the ones they love.