Fiction

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Readers can count on bestselling author Jessica Anya Blau for a breezy coming-of-age story about a nice, middle-class, teenage girl who learns about life during a tumultuous summer with an offbeat

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“Once one gets past the first half of the story, the pages begin to turn in more rapid succession.”

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“Korelitz is skilled at dropping the clues and fixating Jake [the protagonist] on his uncontrolled desire to move forward.”

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“As cozies go, this one is on top of the list. A quick read, a strong protagonist, good characters, and strong writing.”

Of Women and Salt is a beautifully written novel that turns like a kaleidoscope in the light, illuminating the blurry delineation of who is an insider and who an outsider.”

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“Love Grisham, Coben, Gilstrap, early Lee Child? Can’t resist the puzzle solving of Dan Brown or the emotional prices portrayed by Louise Penny?

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“Dead of Winter is a formulaic hodge-podge that will appeal to readers who like Detroit, Jack Reacher-style violence, and enticing references to local cuisine.”

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Jessie van Eerden has created a surprising protagonist and a moving story full of unexpected moments that never stretch into the bizarre or unrealistic.

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Leonora in the Morning Light is less a story about love, and more a story about finding your own authentic voice.

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“Thanks to Jackson’s deep roots in the South, uncanny empathy, and storytelling talent, book clubs will talk about Mother May I in glowing terms for a long time.”

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As quietly as snow falling on “every tip of the picket fence that leaned drunkenly toward the road, . . .

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“In lively, descriptive language, Dianna Rostad has penned a heart-warming, epic story built on the premise of a search for belonging that reads as an odyssey in all that it takes to find t

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“A masterful tale driven by Yan’s brisk pacing and evocative writing and details that pulse with truth.”

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Today, many are upset and confused by the current situation due to the COVID virus and the political unrest we are facing. However, nothing can compare to the suffering and atrocities that occurred

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Juan Hormiga is refreshing in its simplicity. It will find itself on many bookshelves because it is so different.”

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“For most immigrants, the streets of America’s urban communities were paved with stones, not gold.” 

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In Marisa Silver’s book, The Mysteries, she tackles the conundrum of relationships—of family, of friends, of children, of adults. And therein lies the mystery of the title.

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The Secret Life of Boo-Boos is a winner for future doctors, nurses, physician’s assistants, or anyone wanting to learn about the human body in a clever and understandable way.”

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Against the backdrop of turn-of-the-century France, a merry band of master crafters are swept into an adventure involving rival secret societies, rumors of the occult, and a complex network of hidd

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Family Law is a compelling legal thriller told with a fresh take on Southern fiction.”

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What would you do if feeling unwell your doctor reported, "I'm sorry to have to tell you this, Jennifer, but you have a primary glioblastoma in your brain."? 

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This book is a good example of how packaging and promotion can hit or miss with an audience.

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“a landmark in South African crime fiction.”

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“a tightly woven, fast-paced, tension-filled thrill ride.”

The unnamed assassin in Endings receives coded text messages that read like this:

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