Fiction

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Fans of Mr. Harufs earlier novels . . .

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“Behind the voluble narrator . . . stands the artistry of Alan Cheuse, a sharp-eyed writer who is the brilliant voice behind the voice.” 

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Washington, DC, Prosecutor Anna Curtis's life is in chaos. She cancels her upcoming marriage to Jack Bailey, the man she loves.

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“the Thunder Road series . . . [is] off to an engine-revving start . . .”

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"special style of storytelling . . ."

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“Mitzner provides a surprise ending that will leave fans gasping in shock . . .”

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Can art and domesticity co-exist? 

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“A stunning psychological thriller, . . .”

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A former FBI agent, June Lyons returns to her hometown of Hopewell Falls, New York, to live with her father after her husband’s death.

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Eve Bunting has had an astonishingly successful career, having published over 250 works of fiction and nonfiction.

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a terrifically entertaining ride with great atmosphere, zany and original characters.”

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“a rollicking young adult novel loaded with action! adventure! romance! danger! while turning both genre and social conventions upside down.”

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“a riveting tale of intrigue, murder, treason, and injustice that will appeal to readers who love both history and a literate mystery.”

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“a heartwarming tale . . .”

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Visual art comes in many varieties: the hard and angular avant-garde, sharp at the edges, cerebral; the visceral work of hyperrealism; the quiet landscape, full of light.

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“The brevity of text perforce creates a poetic compression.”

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a richly imagined, well-written story full of historical realities and peopled with unique characters . . .”

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For a neophyte novelist, this story is superb.”

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Where are My Books? is a mystery starring young Spenser, narwhal fanatic, bibliophile, and—after his beloved books begin disappearing from his bedside shelf—amateur sleuth.

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“powerful.”

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“This is only Mr Lynch’s second novel, but to read it is to relax into the reassuring embrace of a master storyteller.”

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“in the final analysis, it’s the illustrations that rock; the story is not likely to stick with you.”

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But for a few years in the early nineties, when a combination of big new rackets, big new servers, dogmatic coaching, and fast courts made it all rather boring (for spectators and, quite possibly,

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“Arthur Miller remains a towering American playwright for all seasons.”

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