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WW Book Club April 9th – April 15th: 5 New Reads You Won’t Be Able to Put Down

This week, we are sharing the best new historical fiction, retellings, mystery books and more — they are sure to wow!

Welcome to the WW book club! This week, we’re sharing our favorite new books in a variety of genres. From historical fiction, retellings, mystery 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 April 9thApril 15th, 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.)


Relative Strangers by A.H. Kim

Relative Strangers by A.H. Kim (WW Book Club)
Graydon House

This charming story is a modern-day retelling of Jane Austen’s classic Sense and Sensibility. Unemployed and newly single, Amelia Bae-Wood needs to fix her life. She also has to deal with her mother’s eviction from the family estate. So she decides to move with her mom and sister Eleanor to Arcadia, the cancer retreat center where Eleanor volunteers. Meanwhile, Eleanor is in a court battle with a man who claims to be their half-brother.


Nosy Neighbors by Freya Sampson

Nosy Neighbors by Freya Sampson (WW Book Club)

Quirky characters, cozy scenes and heartfelt charm abound in this mystery written by Freya Sampson. An unlikely bond forms between two neighbors — 77-year-old Dorothy Darling, who has lived in Shelley House longer than anyone, and 25-year-old Kat, who wants to keep the building from its impending demolition. Soon, they join forces with the other residents to save the building and uncover old secrets.

Historical Fiction 

The House on Biscayne Bay by Chanel Cleeton

The House on Biscayne Bay by Chanel Cleeton (WW Book Club)

Bestselling author Chanel Cleeton is known for her vivid, transporting tales. Her latest takes readers to Miami after the Great War, where Robert Barnes and his wife, Anna, have built Marbrisa, a glamorous estate on Biscayne Bay. Now years later, Carmen Acosta leaves Havana for Marbrisa and learns that nothing is as it seems. She begins to find flaws in the old mansion’s facade as the present and past collide. 

Women’s Fiction

The Sicilian Inheritance by Jo Piazza

The Sicilian Inheritance by Jo Piazza (WW Book Club)

In this riveting saga, readers will escape to Sicily — a place steeped in author Jo Piazza’s very own family history. Sara Marsala is crushed when she receives news that her great-aunt Rosie passed away. But Aunt Rosie’s passing opens an escape from her life: She left Sara a deed to a plot of family land in Sicily. Intrigued, Sara hops a plane to Italy and begins to uncover bombshell secrets while learning a lot about her family — and herself.


PlantYou: Scrappy Cooking by Carleigh Bodrug

PlantYou: Scrappy Cooking by Carleigh Bodrug (WW Book Club)
Hachette Go

During busy days, we wish there were simple ways to make healthy, affordable and delicious meals. To the rescue: author and social media sensation Carleigh Bodrug’s PlantYou: Scrappy Cooking. In it, she proves how easy it is to make the most of the food in your fridge, save money on groceries and produce less waste in the kitchen. With 140+ plant-based recipes like Skillet Lasagna, Loaded Tortilla Bowls, Chickpea Pot Pie and One Pan Orzo Casserole, she guides readers with step-by-step how-to’s that will nourish and please your crowd — on a dime!

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

WW Book Club April 2nd – April 8th: 5 New Reads You Won’t Be Able to Put Down

WW Book Club March 26th – April 1st: 5 New Reads You Won’t Be Able to Put Down

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

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