Fiction.

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“. . . ranks among the best in an already exceptional series.”

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“. . . glimpses of insight and understanding . . . ”

It is hopeful that Belfast Girls is a prelude to greater things to come.

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“. . . realistic . . . rendered in a quiet prose that speaks volumes . . .”

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“. . . [a] febrile but readable novel . . .”

“Did you know . . . Archie and his friends recently attended their friend Kevin Keller’s wedding . . . to another man?”

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“. . . filled with wonderfully zany characters Agatha Christie would have killed for.”

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“. . . a powerful and rare achievement . . .”

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“Dennis Lehane is a natural and captivating storyteller . . . a modern day classic.”

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“. . . a work that is rich in the details of the artist’s outer and inner life . . .”

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“Mr. Oppel is an expert storyteller and an outstanding world builder.”

When writing about the supernatural, authors need to follow the rules.

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“In terms of quality, The Empty Glass is far from empty.”

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“. . . a highly inventive, imaginative, and partly autobiographical account of bohemian life . . .”

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“. . . recommended to Mr. Kiš’ admirers as well as to all readers of Eastern European literature in translation and of short form fiction.”

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“The Hollywood pitch for Fool Me Twice would be A Star Is Born meets Tweakers.”

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“. . . required reading for fans not only of science fiction, but of the short story form as well.”

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“. . . an enjoyable read.”

Emma Sharpe and Colin Donovan have what one might delicately describe as a “complicated” relationship.

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“. . . heroic yet ethically complex characters and a simple plot.”

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“Don’t miss this satisfying mystery written by a very talented writer.”

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“Great suspense. . . . Powerful stuff.”

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“The Inn at Rose Harbor proves once again why Ms. Macomber’s books are so popular.”

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“. . . an elegiac masterpiece, equally dramatic as it is eloquent.”

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“. . . absorbing and detailed, different from anything else out there . . .”

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“. . . yet another exciting race through the byways of the spy community . . .”

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