Reviews for March 2023 Releases

To make things easier to navigate, I thought I would aggregate all of my reviews for books released within a month. For books that are published this month and I have yet to read, I will add them to this post as soon as I write a review.

What Happened to Ruthy Ramirez

Claire Jiménez

A powerful debut novel that’s “hilarious, heartbreaking, and ass-kicking,” of a Puerto Rican family in Staten Island who discovers their long‑missing sister is potentially alive and cast on a reality TV show, and they set out to bring her home.

Publication Date: March 7

I Will Find You

Harlan Coben

Five years ago, an innocent man began a life sentence for murdering his own son. Today he found out his son is still alive.

Publication Date: March 14

We Were Once a Family: A Story of Love, Death, and Child Removal

Roxanna Asgarian

The shocking, deeply reported story of a murder-suicide that claimed the lives of six children―and a searing indictment of the American foster care system.

Publication Date: March 14

American Mermaid

Julia Langbein

A debut novel that follows a writer lured to Los Angeles to adapt her feminist mermaid novel into a big-budget action film, who believes her heroine has come to life to take revenge for Hollywood’s violations.

Publication Date: March 21

Reviews to Come:

All That Is Mine I Carry With Me by William Landay
Beyond That, the Sea by Laura Spence-Ash
Birnam Wood by Eleanor Catton
Dust Child by Nguyễn Phan Quế Mai 
Hang the Moon by Jeanette Walls
The Last Beekeeper by Julie Carrick Dalton
The Last Russian Doll by Kristen Loesch
Lone Women by Victor LaValle
Our Best Intentions by Vibhuti Jain
Pineapple Street by Jenny Jackson
Poverty, by America by Matthew Desmond
Still Life with Bones by Alexa Hagerty
Take What You Need by Idra Novey
Wandering Souls by Cecile Pin
Weyward by Emilia Hart

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