4 Must-Read Books Hitting Shelves This September

Book beauties, fall is just around the corner! And there’s one simple reason why it’s our favorite time of year—it’s truly book season. Autumn leaves, a warm mug brimming with a pumpkin spice latte, a chill that puts a pep in our step, a cozy, oversized sweater, and, of course, a novel we’re itching to open. For readers, fall is the best time of the year! That’s why we’ve rounded up 4 of the top editor picks for best books to read this month.





Susan Mallery’s Tulip Sisters hit bookstore shelves in mid-July, but her novel is still a favorite among readers this month. Kelly Murphy’s life as a tulip farmer is pretty routine, that is, until two people re-appear into her life unexpectedly—her unwelcome sister Olivia, and the town’s prodigal son, Griffith.





THE LAST CASTLE by Denise Kiernan

In The Last Castle, Denise Kiernan tells the true story of America’s largest, grandest home—the magnificent Biltmore. Hidden in the mountains of Asheville, NC, the lavish Biltmore Estate was home to one of America’s most influential families—the Vanderbilts. A top editor pick for historical non-fiction fans, the book is set to release September 26.








FOREST DARK by Nicole Krauss

Krauss’ novel, set to release September 12, intertwines the stories of two people—an aging lawyer and a young writer—whose paths lead them both to the Israeli desert. Each seeking a new outlook on life, the two embark on a journey of self-realization and change.







Celeste Ng’s novel is perhaps one of this month’s most sought-after releases, hitting shelves on September 12. With sparkling reviews, Little Fires Everywhere, follows Elena Richardson and her family who are living in a Cleveland suburb where everything is routine and quiet. But when a mother-daughter duo moves in nearby, their arrival changes everything in the once perfectly planned neighborhood community.





What are you looking forward to reading this month? 


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