Fiction

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“. . . we all miss the Wild West: Cruller Heaven, Chet’s best pal Iggy, and Bernie’s son Charlie. . . . Let’s go home.”

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In The Infinitesimals, Kasischke stares relentlessly at illness, oblivion, suffering, magical thinking, mercy, kindness . . . at life.

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While Evans and Reid explore such concepts as sustainable and participatory development in reference to the poor south, the book’s curatorial perspective is decidedly West

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David Rosenfelt is an award-winning writer who masterfully combines Grisham-like courtroom scenes with James Herriot’s love of dogs.”

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“Zimler’s character development is electrifying, and his plot rolls along ever faster into the depths of fear.

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Mark SaFranko is a master storyteller who never shies away from the darkest themes of guilt and retribution.

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“In The Orpheus Descent, Harper uses his novelist’s skills to plausibly recreate time and place—his settings in ancient Italy and Greece are strong—as are his characters, including

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“That there is a fascinating story to tell is indisputable. That Ms. Mills does a good job putting across the information she’s been given is also completely clear.

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“The tale is interesting, captivating, and suspenseful.

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The Heiresses by Sara Shepard is bad—bad, bad, bad, about as bad as any novel I’ve ever not read beyond the first two or three pages.”

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“. . . a feat worth celebrating, and . . . a book worth reading—if only for the writer’s charm and way with words.”

“I had a life. Now I have a situation.”

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“The book is a treasure; the photographs are a trove of fashion’s past and a chronicle of times gone by.”

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“This volume, like its predecessors, can be read for sheer joy of the prose.

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“In Don’t Try to Find Me, Brown, a practicing family therapist, offers a nuanced portrayal of the complex dance of marriage and familial relations.”

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“For some readers the science of Red Joan will resonate; for others, the politics will hold their interest; othe

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The City is many things: serious, light-hearted, nostalgic, courageous, scary, and mysterious.

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“Harder will be loved by many, hated by a few, and talked about by everyone.”

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“All in all, though, One Plus One is a breezy summer read in the vein of Little Miss Sunshine, light and entertaining as long as one is content with unrealistic situations

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“An eyewitness to the discovery of Tutankhamun, but also to a secret hidden for decades: That Lord Carnarvon broke into the tomb before the official opening and removed articles for his per

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“What a delight when a writer hits his target as deftly and with such beauty as Eric-Emmanuel Schmitt does in Invisible Love.”

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“This book is not for everyone but for the reader who enjoys finding the mystery in the mystery, it might be enjoyed.”

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“. . . no apologies made, no stones unturned. . . . A highly entertaining if somewhat barbed biography of the American Queen of Camelot.

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Swann Dive may have a contemporary setting whose snappy repartée is reminiscent of the comedy-mystery movies of the thirties . . .”

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“. . . the pencil illustrations interspersed throughout the book are charming.

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