Fiction.

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“Brian Moreland deftly blends Algonquian legend with Catholic belief, creating a spiritual plague and a villain that are more chilling than the scariest creations of either belief system.

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“There is not a lemon in this batch of stories. Mr. Collins’ writing style is terse and economically efficient.

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“In the hands of an author with less flair, this cliché could turn tedious, but Rhys Bowen has an eye for historical detail and an engaging tale to tell.”

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“The story, as told in Fern’s voice grabs, at the heart with its unfathomable anguish.

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“Though Truth might lean a little heavy on the feminism at times, it also contains the heart and soul of an authentic coming-of-age story that perfectly captures the essence of fir

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“For readers who enjoy a light, breezy love story, this book clips along well and satisfies.

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“The plot of The Girl Who Could Silence the Wind is highly plausible, with down-to-earth characters and situations highlighting how a young woman learns to find her place and happi

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“Once again Darynda Jones keeps the action fast and the adrenaline pumping. Expertly weaving intricate plots full of twists and turns, Ms.

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“Leigh Stein’s debut successfully captures the purgatory between childhood and becoming an adult.

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“We Are All Equally Far from Love is not a book to be picked up and put down.

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“Redwood Bend is the latest edition to the Virgin River Series and has Ms.

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“As with any good mystery, the tension ramps up as the story progresses, pulling more and more characters into the fray, weaving three murders flawlessly into a tight tale. Mr.

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“Mr. Harrison writes of the higher truths that he not only sees, but also lives. He might be a called the Philosopher King of earth—and so might his protagonist, Sunderson. . . .

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“From the very first page, Darynda Jones has you hooked.

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“Written in the first person, The Dead of Winter introduces us to Michael by explaining his need to pen the eerie happenings around him.

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“Author Elizabeth George is well known for her complicated plots, but this book is an endless litany of the bad, dysfunctional family dynamic. . . .

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“. . . it would be easy for a writer as talented as Julie Anne Long to set up her story and then cruise through to the inevitable happy-ever-after ending.

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“Olivia is one of the strongest heroines of the year—and readers are sure to delight in her story. . . . the Princess and the Pea aspect is lightly handled.

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“What the Dog Said takes a sad topic and turns it into a humorous and heartwarming story.

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“The Demon Lover is a perfect book for reading in a big comfy chair with a roaring fire nearby, a soft, fuzzy blanket wrapped about your legs.

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“Readers already familiar with the series may enjoy the deeper exploration of Duncan and Gemma’s relationship and family issues, whereas newcomers—especially those looking for a police proc

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“Fracture is a powerful, gripping tale of friendship and the sanctity of life.

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