Fiction.

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“There are mysteries men can only guess at, which age by age they may solve only in part.”

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“‘Let’s raise a glass of sparkling champagne to the great blondes of Hollywood: the sacred and the profane, the damned and the deified, the fragile and the unassailable, with Harlow’s line from

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The Knife Slipped is a gift to aficionados of the Cool and Lam series . . .”

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Crime fiction and suspense author Lawrence Block has been publishing for more than 50 years, and his latest offering is a case study in the crafting of a successful anthology of fiction: begin with

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Rudy, a naively determined and enthusiastically optimistic tree frog, joins the ranks of SpongeBob and Dory as Brian Smith and Mike Raicht team up to deliver another fun and adventurous graphic nov

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Joy Enright is a high-school senior in Chilton, New York State.

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Good guys? Bad guys? Morality? Ethics? Who's to say where any of this plays in to The Troop. This is not the usual superhero fare.

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Rita Mae Brown’s latest novel Cakewalk elicits from the reader a certain WTF response.

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Plaid and Plagiarism by Molly MacRae is the first in the new Highland Bookshop Mystery Series.

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Out of Bounds is Val McDermid’s 30th novel.

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“Truth . . . the one thing people will do anything to hide . . . because the truth will always come out in the end.”

A killer is stalking the women of Göteborg.

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“a novel that’s many cuts above its genre.”

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“an artful mosaic that converges with breakneck speed toward the end of the book, bringing the story to a climax and conclusion that are ultimately very satisfying . . .”

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The team of Heinz Janisch and Lisbeth Zwerger returns with a revision of Stories of the Bible, originally published in 2002.

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“Who says you have to be human to have a soul? . . .”

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will . . . fire the imaginations of emerging writers, readers, and movie buffs.”

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Faller is exciting, refreshing, original as it can be, and action packed . . . It cannot be recommended enough.”

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“A man who fights with confidence wins!” saith Uhtred to his grandchildren. So it is in this his latest adventure. If you have been reading this series, the latest tale will not disappoint.

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Slipping is a collection of Lauren Beukes’ previously published shorter works that shows off her skill across a range of genres.

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This is an important book; a finely crafted and well-timed, cautionary tale for a world that seems to be slipping back rather than moving forward in how we view our fellow

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What happens to people who go through extreme trauma? What happens to their future generations as they grapple with parents and grandparents with indelible stains on their psyche?

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“Connelly himself only gets better with age.”

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Sabina Murray’s expansive new novel Valiant Gentlemen sketches a lucid picture of the British Empire from her imperialist ventures in Africa to her execution of Irish rebels in 1916.

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