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Carola Lovering

Carola Lovering attended Colorado College, and her work has appeared in W Magazine, National Geographic, Outside, and Yoga Journal, among other publications. Tell Me Lies is her first novel. She currently lives in Brooklyn.

Genres: Mystery
Carola Lovering recommends
The Boys' Club (2020)
Erica Katz
"I devoured The Boys' Club in a couple of hungry sittings - it was one of those books that I couldn't put down without wanting to pick it right back up. Like Stephanie Danler's Sweetbitter, this is a story that anyone who's ever been young and confused and dream-driven in New York will find all too relatable. I simply loved it."
All Girls (2021)
Emily Layden
"An engrossing novel from start to finish, with characters who feel as real as your best friends."
Friends from Home (2021)
Lauryn Chamberlain
"An insightful, keenly observant debut about the power and complexities of a lifelong female friendship. Engrossing and wildly relatable."
The Arc (2022)
Tory Henwood Hoen
"The Arc is an incisive, inventive, probing portrait of a modern relationship featuring remarkably well-drawn characters that readers will champion and adore. Hoen's clever, original debut is as hilarious as it is heartwarming."
Flying Solo (2022)
Linda Holmes
"Holmes's sophomore novel is a wise, heartwarming story of family, unexpected romance, and shaping your own path in a world where it often feels next to impossible to do so. It's a beautiful mystery and a tale of self-searching tied into one."
Adelaide (2023)
Genevieve Wheeler
"Adelaide is a fearless portrayal of unrequited love--the kind that thwarts us, flattens us, and ultimately has something to teach us. Wheeler's debut is engrossing and poignant, full of grit and vulnerability. I devoured it."
The Girls of Summer (2023)
Katie Bishop
"Atmospheric and powerful, The Girls of Summer is a propulsive examination of the line blurring trauma and love in a relationship, a distinction which - in a post #MeToo world - is more important than ever. Bishop has crafted a haunting, tense, psychological debut, and a final reckoning that will stick with me."
Social Engagement (2023)
Avery Carpenter Forrey
"Unputdownable and razor-sharp, Social Engagement is an addictive ride through the ultra-relatable highs and lows of a woman navigating millennial wedding culture and her own path to love and meaning in a screen-filled world. Forrey's is a fresh new voice in fiction that effuses wit and heart in equal measure; I joyfully devoured her stunning debut."

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