Fiction.

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“proves a compelling vehicle for a retelling of one of the world’s greatest stories.”

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“Stevens certainly raises the bar . . .”

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Sir John Halberd is found dead in the Serpentine Lake in Hyde Park, London.

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Given his past works like the intricate and, let us say, expansive novel American Gods and his groundbreaking comic book, The Sandman, that helped define the nature of the graphic

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Few are aware of the trials faced by foreign nationals who live in the United Arab Emirates, also known as the Gulf States. News reports from the region focus more on the locals and their kings.

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Stephanie, the author of a Mommy blog, writes to connect with other women to help her overcome her loneliness and recover from the death of her husband Davis, and half brother, Chris from a car wre

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A story of quiet rebellions, resilience and traditions, The Tea Girl of Hummingbird Lane is a remarkable tale stretching three generations and two different count

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“The author has done a masterful job writing Kate Warne’s story in this eye-opening novel.”

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“a lush, tense and surprisingly original reimagining of a classic tale with a flawed and compelling heroine at its heart.”

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"I'd failed her. I'd promised to keep her safe and I'd failed her. Now, I could do nothing but stare down at her grave again and murmur a prayer in which I only half-believed."

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"Although reeling from a crippling Imperial attack, the New Republic has managed to drive the remnants of the Empire into hiding.

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Nietzsche declared God was dead over a hundred years ago, but contemporary readers can’t get enough of religion.

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David Morrell has been called “the father of the modern action novel.” During his long career he has written more than 30 books, among them the spy thriller The Brotherhood of the Rose and

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“Some novels . . . stay with us and haunt us . . . The Zero and the One is one of those tales.”

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"Stay tuned . . ."

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Himself is a classic, feeding the reader through a multisensory smorgasbord of Irish euphemisms.   

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". . . Schlink’s brilliance as a contemplative writer. . ."

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In This Grave Hour is lucky number 13, and there’s no sign the series will stop showing how individual acts of heart can do much to counter collective tragedy.”

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". . . rare but brilliant short story collection . . ."

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 "If nothing else, The Fall of Lisa Bellow is a great character study of someone trying to survive growing up."

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The Bloom girls lost their father when their parents divorced, yet when they learn of his passing from an aneurysm, it's like losing him again.

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“the best example of the hardboiled crime noir novel . . .”

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Henry Chang’s crime novel Lucky marks the fifth appearance of New York Police Department Detective Jack Yu.

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Celine is the portrait of a remarkable woman: a plausible super-granny with endearing panache who helps heal broken hearts and wounded souls.”

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