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Lemonada Media, the podcast network that makes life suck less, has launched a book club powered by Penguin Random House, a first-of-its-kind collaboration.

The Lemonada Book Club Powered By Penguin Random House will provide Lemonada’s podcast audience with curated book recommendations from the collection of Penguin Random House books. The book club will include exclusive access to Penguin Random House authors as guests on Lemonada shows, regular book recommendations that align with your favorite Lemonada content, and, over time, unique opportunities for Lemonada listeners to engage and discuss their favorite Penguin Random House books together.

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Book of the Month

All Good People Here by Ashley Flowers
All Good People Here by Ashley Flowers

All Good People Here

Ashley Flowers

In the propulsive debut novel from the host of the #1 true crime podcast Crime Junkie, a journalist uncovers her hometown’s dark secrets when she becomes obsessed with the unsolved murder of her childhood neighbor—and the disappearance of another girl twenty years later.
You can’t ever know for sure what happens behind closed doors.

Everyone from Wakarusa, Indiana, remembers the infamous case of January Jacobs, who was discovered in a ditch hours after her family awoke to find her gone. Margot Davies was six at the time, the same age as January—and they were next-door neighbors. In the twenty years since, Margot has grown up, moved away, and become a big-city journalist. But she’s always been haunted by the feeling that it could’ve been her. And the worst part is, January’s killer has never been brought to justice.

When Margot returns home to help care for her uncle after he is diagnosed with early-onset dementia, she feels like she’s walked into a time capsule. Wakarusa is exactly how she remembers—genial, stifled, secretive. Then news breaks about five-year-old Natalie Clark from the next town over, who’s gone missing under circumstances eerily similar to January’s. With all the old feelings rushing back, Margot vows to find Natalie and to solve January’s murder once and for all.

But the police, Natalie’s family, the townspeople—they all seem to be hiding something. And the deeper Margot digs into Natalie’s disappearance, the more resistance she encounters, and the colder January’s case feels. Could January’s killer still be out there? Is it the same person who took Natalie? And what will it cost to finally discover what truly happened that night twenty years ago?

Twisty, chilling, and intense, All Good People Here is a searing tale that asks: What are your neighbors capable of when they think no one is watching?

Other Books We're Reading in September

Why We're Reading

Lemonada’s mission is to make life suck less. We tell stories about the unfiltered human experience. Through the Lemonada Book Club, we’ve selected Penguin Random House books that capture recurring themes across our network — grief, sex, joy, reliving our youth — books that reflect the beauty and challenge of the human experience. Whether fiction, memoir, or nonfiction, each of the books are united by these themes and the strength of community in persevering through life’s (many, many) curveballs.

The only thing that rivals the intimacy of a podcast is the intimacy of a book in any form. Happy reading and happy listening!

Scenes from My Life by Michael K. Williams, Jon Sternfeld

Scenes from My Life

Michael K. Williams, Jon Sternfeld

Cover of The Myth of Normal by Gabor Maté

The Myth of Normal

Gabor Maté, MD, Daniel Maté

The Nineties by Chuck Klosterman

The Nineties

Chuck Klosterman

Sneak Peek: Next Month's Pick

Be Not Afraid of Love by Mimi Zhu
Be Not Afraid of Love by Mimi Zhu

Be Not Afraid of Love

Mimi Zhu

A collection of powerful interconnected essays and affirmations that follow Mimi Zhu’s journey toward embodying and re-learning love after a violent romantic relationship, a stunning and provocative book that will guide and inspire readers to lean into love with softness.

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