Fiction.

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

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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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The visceral impact of Julianne Pachico’s prose . . . is enough to convince a reader that disorder is only a rock, a knock, or a gunshot away.”

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“Ellen Klages is an author with a true talent for storytelling and an eye for the beautiful detail.”

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The Darkness of Evil is the seventh book in the Karen Vail series. Vail is an FBI profiler who’s investigated some of the world’s most vicious serial killers.

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“I don’t need to jump off cliffs into oceans to die, because every day there is a little death waiting for me. All I have to do is wake up and walk out the front door.”

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Nnedi Okorafor follows up her Hugo and Nebula award winning book Binti with a sequel, Binti: Home.

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This book is a warm tale about sibling rivalry and the importance of family.

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“a remarkable piece of writing in its building of suspense and horror . . .”

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“a very readable and enjoyable picture book.”

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"Faye’s prose seduces readers . . ."

Writer Michael Sims, on a recent New York Times Book Review podcast, called Sherlock Holmes the “first modern super hero.”

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“[Lewinter’s] unique literary voice . . . is that of an obsessive, a philosopher, and a miniaturist.”

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“Exit West is a smart, sympathetic, and deeply human story . . .”

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“Coover’s Huck Out West stands alongside Twain’s original as a worthy companion to that of the master storyteller of the 19th century.”

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Like Batman, Spider-Man, Sherlock Holmes, and Wonder Woman, Flash Gordon has lived through several reincarnations. But his essence is always the same.

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“a charming and very satisfying read.”

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Agents of Dreamland is an exquisitely haunting read, full of mesmerizing prose, unsettling images, and profoundly disturbing implications.”

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In Farleigh Field delivers the same entertainment mixed with intellectual intrigue and realistic setting for which Bowen has earned awards . . .”

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The Lost Book of the Grail may send readers on their own searches for more Charlie Lovett novels.”

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Forget the ubiquitous British bulldog: spider-eyelashed girls, mini skirts riding ever upward, were liberation’s new logo in Swinging Sixties England.

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“Buchanan writes with a sharp and original artist’s eye of her own.”

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House of Penance is a masterpiece . . . Brilliantly written and beautifully illustrated.”

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Ayelet Gundar-Goshen’s (One Night, Markovitch) second novel Waking Lions starts as a moral drama in its first 14 chapters and becomes a suspenseful crime thriller in its final 11.

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“a feel-good debut novel that’s hard to walk away from.”

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