Fiction.

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“a very good book.”

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The award-winning Irish novelist Bernard MacLaverty is a master at revealing a universe in just a few words.

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“This children’s story based on the characters created by Chris Carter will make fans of a new generation.”

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San Diego-based private investigator Roland Ford has a special talent for finding people, and in The Room of White Fire, T.

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“an exhilarating, haunting, and memorable read.”

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“a gripping thriller with a sympathetic and determined main character with whom readers can empathize . . .”

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“not only a lovely Regency rendition of Beauty and the Beast but a delightful laugh-out-loud story as well . . .”

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Like most of the nine other novels by Nobel laureate Orhan Pamuk, The Red-Haired Woman is a story that personalizes political, cultural, and philosophical conflicts, especially east vs.

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When Cork O’Connor’s new wife Rainy Bisonette receives a garbled phone message from her son in which he seems to confess to murdering someone named Rodriguez, she and Cork rush down from Minnesota

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“the best, most exciting novel published this year. Action, suspense, heroism, sacrifice for a cause greater than the individual . . .”

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Orly Castel-Bloom is best known for her 1992 (2010 in English translation) dystopian darkly satirical post-modern science fiction novel Dolly City (also reviewed in NYJB), which has been i

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“a well-written contemporary YA novel with likable characters and a few moral lessons that are obvious but not heavy-handed.”

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The War of the Worlds is a classic of early science fiction.

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For a book mostly about dying, Reincarnation Blues is surprisingly light and uplifting.

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“Given the recent happenings in Charlottesville, Virginia, it’s hard to imagine a more relevant release date for this lovely, important book. This is a book for our time.”

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“Gravel Heart is a look at an era and a culture that’s not often showcased in the literary world.”

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". . . prose is clever and taut and generously seasoned with nouns verbing their way into literary history."

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“Fierce Kingdom is a novel that crackles with tension and danger. . . . Do yourself a favor and devour this book before the inevitable movie premiere.”

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“perfect summer reading for all of us who desperately need a break from the stress and worry of today’s modern world and depend on the creative power of writers to deliver it to us.”

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“This novel is one the reader will finish with a sigh, and then set his sights on the nearest bookshop in hopes of finding his own happily ever after.”

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“Barzini mythologizes the Valley of the ’90s, as well as her own adolescence. With her unpretentious yet stylized language she turns the mundane into something sacred.”

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Elaborate and detailed illustrations dominate this story of a grumpy girl named Ivy and the lonely little raincloud who befriends her.

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After two novels in French Camille Bordas’ first novel in English is a bittersweet gem with wise, witty, and charming appeal.

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“This fifth entry in the suspense series by the Johansen mother-and-son team is definitely one to encourage the reader to become a Kendra Michaels fan.”

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“The Bedlam Stacks is an adventure, perhaps a fable, but definitely an intriguing flight of historical fantasy.”

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