AiP founder Romano-Lax's THE DETOUR was inspired by the classical statue "The Discus Thriller," a work of art that obsessed Hitler. Her second novel, set in 1938 Italy and Munich, explores themes of art, love, identity and responsibility in times of crisis. Book clubs, please contact [email protected]
Michelle Cameron$16.95 $15.76
Michelle finds it ironic that she's releasing this novel about a community being locked inside now, when we're all, in fact, locked inside. Book clubs, please contact the author via her website at https://michelle-cameron.com/contact/.
Juliet Grames did deep research in Italy, land of her ancestors, to craft this moving debut novel. Her author website features a mini-cookbook, discussion guide, and even a Stella family tree. www.julietgrames.com/book-clubs. Avail PB April 28. Book clubs, please use her contact page at www.julietgrames.com/contact.
Marco Rafalà's debut novel about war-time secrets that erupt decades later has been called a remarkable intergenerational novel and a quintessential Italian-American tale. The author is a first-generation Sicilian American, novelist, musician, and writer for award-winning tabletop role-playing games. Book clubs please contact [email protected]