Fiction

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“moving and deeply beautiful art illustrating stories of risk, choices, loss and life.”

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“All the right foundation stones are there on which to build a solid series.”

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“Gritty and very realistic in places, this is a joyful, rewarding read.”

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“a rich historical tapestry of words.”

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“Grendel’s Game is a good first novel with a wonderful main character and vivid images of Southwestern Sweden.” 

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“The nicest people can have the darkest secrets.”

Tropes abound in this rather muddled novel about the murder of a teenaged girl in an English village.

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charming and vivid if erratic and sometimes offal.”

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“Kudos to Mr. Watson. Second Life is an excellent novel that is highly recommended to fans of psychological suspense.”

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White Water is not the first picture book to use segregated water fountains as a way to demonstrate the shame and confusion that characterized Jim Crow laws in the South, from the 1880s to

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Hallie Hartley is finally able to start a life of her own. She has completed her training as a physical therapist and plans to pay off the debt on her family home and begin living.

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Understanding the full scope of The Familiar is akin to counting the raindrops.

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Author Gabriel Kuhn’s Playing As If The World Mattered: An Illustrated History of Activism in Sports is a thoughtful and easy to digest compilation of one-page commentaries with supporting

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Florenz Ziegfeld Jr was one of the many complex individuals who shaped American theater.

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The Festival of Insignificance, 86 year old Czech-French writer Milan Kundera’s new and possibly last work of fiction after a 13-year hiatus, presents many of the features—a thin plot and

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You won’t find better noir stories this year.”

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Spencer Quinn’s new book is Woof, and Woof is a delightful contribution to children’s literature. Quinn has written a book that is bound to become a classic.

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Reading Paradise Sky by Joe R.

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A priceless Cezanne, the centerpiece of a special exhibition at a prestigious San Francisco art museum, is discovered to be a forgery.

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“I was beaten with a baseball bat in front of my students. My dog committed suicide.

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The Evil Within reads like that cult horror movie you’ve heard about—the one that combines A Nightmare on Elm Street with Cabin in the Woods—and took years to track down.

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"Balm is a powerful tale of individual loves, longings, and losses . . ."

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Small towns are known for their residents being privy to everyone's business, and this is especially true in this novel set in Nantucket.

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Charlie Martz and Other Stories: The Unpublished Stories is a collection of 15 short fiction stories (11 of which have never been published), written by Elmore Leonard at the beginning of

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“Meltzer’s political thriller finds where bodies are buried at the White House.”

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Dublin: 1841.

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