Fiction.

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The saga of Xanther and her cat continue in The Familiar, Volume 2: Into the Woods, by Mark Z. Danielewski. But questions arise when her father Anwar takes them to the vet.

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There’s nothing like the company of a great book while traveling, a novel that demands the reader return and rewards him or her with the type of pleasure approximating a delicious secret.

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“I’d always tried to seek the truth and to faithfully record the spontaneous overflow of accidents that life is.

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No one does spooky without the supernatural element better than Ruth Ware, and The Woman in Cabin 10 is proof for any who doubt it.

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“Five out of five stars for this debut novel.”

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In eastern Persia a couple of millennia ago an earthquake buries a fictional city that legend has it was inhabited by descendants of the ten lost northern tribes of ancient Israel.

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In early December 1922, Ernest Hemingway was in Switzerland on assignment as a correspondent for the Toronto Daily Star, covering the Lausanne Peace Conference.

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From the margins of society arise a unique cast of characters who take turns narrating the tale in The Sunlight Pilgrims.

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"Lost Along the Way is a light summer read . . ."

“No—to friendships that are worth more than any argument.”

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Bob the Artist is a 32-page hardcover picture book about self-acceptance and bullying.

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What happens when a creative woman does what she's supposed to instead of what she wants most?

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Tor is really knocking it out of the park with these short novels and novellas they've been publishing recently. The Ghoul King is another good one.

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Some novels grab you by the shirt collar and yank you in. Others walk away with little more than a coy glance over the shoulder, trusting that you’ll follow.

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Security is a fast-paced, highly evolved thriller that clearly marks Wohlsdorf as a force to be reckoned with.”

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“Indra Das writes with strength and beauty.”

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Silva lives up to his reputation as a foremost writer of spy thrillers. This book turns its own pages!”

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Kate and Hannah have been best friends since the day in fifth grade when Hannah stood up for Kate after a boy tried to look up her dress.

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Alexandra Oliva has set the bar high in her debut novel The Last One.

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Were you planning to place a loved one in a retirement home sometime soon?

Don’t do it. Send them to prison instead!

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Being a first-generation American college student is hard enough, but when you throw an international immigration battle right in the middle of your neighborhood, life can get absolutely chaotic.

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The biggest problem with Josefine Klougart’s One of Us Is Sleeping is that the one asleep is probably the reader.  

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Mary Mallon, “Typhoid Mary” as she was best known, was an Irish immigrant who worked as a cook in several well-to-do homes, but that was not what she was best known for.

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Alan Furst is the empathetic king of deeply researched historical fiction set in WWII Europe. His heroes are intelligent men attracted to complex women.

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Veterinarian Maggie is not herself after being attacked near her Chicago home nine months ago.

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