Tuesday, January 5, 2016

The twenty best books by women in 2015

One of the twenty best books by women in 2015, as shared at Good Housekeeping:
The Admissions: A Novel, by Meg Mitchell Moore

The Admissions proves that no cookie-cutter family is as perfect as they seem. With great jobs, pristine houses, and charming children, the Hawthorne family appears to have it all. But after the family makes a few ill-advised moves (and the pressure of their high-school daughter applying to Harvard sets in) their suburban scandals and risky secrets become revealed.

Why we love it: Meg Mitchell Moore has incredible character insight.
Read about the other books on the list.

--Marshal Zeringue