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WW Book Club March 19th — March 25th: 5 New Reads You Won’t Be Able to Put Down

This week, we're sharing the best new romances, thrillers, mysteries and more — enjoy them all!

Welcome to the WW book club! This week, we’re sharing our favorite new books in a variety of genres. From romances to mysteries, historical fiction and more, these reads are sure to entertain! And there’s another thing we can guarantee: These books will lift your mood, lower your stress and help you feel great.

Here is our WW book club roundup for March 19th — March 25th, 2024 Let us know which ones you end up reading and what you think. We love hearing from you! (To quickly access all our WW book club recommendations, click here.)


A Grave Robbery by Deanna Raybourn

A Grave Robbery by Deanna Raybourn (WW book club)

This heart-racing historical whodunit is the latest in Deanna Raybourn’s Veronica Speedwell series. Lord Rosemorran has just purchased a beautiful wax figure of a woman. He asks Stoker, a historian, to add a clockwork mechanism for the Rosemorran Collection. But when Stoker examines the figure, he finds it’s actually a dead woman! Now, Stoker and Veronica are off on another adventure to investigate the case and find the culprit.

Historical Fiction 

Code Name Butterfly by Embassie Susberry

Code Name Butterfly by Embassie Susberry (WW Book Club)

Inspired by an incredible true story, this captivating saga takes readers back to 1941 Paris. During WWII, Elodie Mitchell is a journalist who is invited to a show in Paris. While there, she’s mistaken for the show’s star, Josephine Baker. She’s whisked backstage and discovers a secret resistance movement. She soon gains the people’s trust and goes undercover to gather intel for them. A rich wartime epic about love, courage and bravery. 


Love, Unscripted by Denise Hunter

Love, Unscripted by Denise Hunter (WW Book Club)
Thomas Nelson

This sweet, heartfelt story by Denise Hunter follows writer Chloe Anderson, who finds out that “bad boy” actor Liam Hamilton has just been cast as the ideal-in-all-ways hero in the new film based on her novel. She’s horrified about the casting choice and calls her producer to complain. But the phone call is on speaker and Liam overhears Chloe’s outrage. To smooth things over and upgrade Liam’s image, he and Chloe decide to stage a PR relationship. Before long, their romantic facade starts to feel very real. 


Still See You Everywhere by Lisa Gardner

Still See You Everywhere by Lisa Gardner (WW Book club)
Grand Central Publishing

Bestselling author Lisa Gardner has penned more than 20 eerie suspense novels, and her latest follows suit. Frankie Elkin is an expert at finding missing people. But her next mission is to locate the long-lost sister of serial killer Kaylee Pierson, who is facing execution. Called the “Beautiful Butcher,” Kaylee challenges Frankie to find her kidnapped sister, and now, Frankie must decide if she’s up for the dangerous undertaking.  


Country House Living: Celebrating the Beauty of Life at Home by Nora Murphy

Country House Living: Celebrating the Beauty of Life at Home by Nora Murphy (WW Book Club)

We love watching decorating shows and dreaming about upgrading rooms in our homes, but in reality these projects can be pricey and time-consuming. To the rescue: interior designer Nora Murphy’s new tip-filled book, which offers simple ways to add warm, welcoming touches to your home in her signature style. With gorgeous photos from homes she’s decorated and easy tips — like mixing new and vintage pieces and letting your location inspire you — Murphy helps readers create a cozy, affordable haven. 

Missed our last few book clubs? Click through the links below!

WW Book Club March 17th — March 23rd: 5 Reads You Won’t Be Able to Put Down

WW Book Club March 10th — March 16th: 7 Reads You Won’t Be Able to Put Down

WW Book Club March 3rd — March 9th: 7 Reads You Won’t Be Able to Put Down

And for all of our book club roundups, click here!

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