Fiction

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“it doesn’t forget to be wise, beautiful, or lyrical even in the bloodiest of moments, never losing sight of the real story even as lives explode and everything appears to be over but the n

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“Secrets are revealed and surprise after surprise unfolds in this suspenseful, unforgettable novel filled with mystery and intrigue.”

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Middletide is a mystery novel whose twists and turns will keep the reader intrigued and turning pages.”

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“Farewell, Amethystine is a pleasure to sink into, a well-written traditional PI novel scented with the music of the time and the hope that things will continue to

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Alison Weir’s fans can only hope that there is more to come with stories about Edward and Elizabeth.

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Mouse on the River is—in a word—delightful.”

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“This final episode in the series of an independent woman who’s risen to financial and emotional security through her investigations must diverge from the classic crime fiction patterns in

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“an intimate novel, closely and brilliantly observed . . .”

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"Ying's adaptation is faithful to the original book, keeping the same emotional honesty and humor that have delighted Danziger's readers for decades."

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“a clever and entertaining novel that readers of the series will likely enjoy.”

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With a primary setting in the backwoods of Montana in the late 1970s with some spillover into the earliest eighties, Old King tells the story of Duane Oshun, a divorcé who leaves Salt Lake

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Brooklyn, NY, resident, Hannah Brewster and author of women’s romantic comedies has a deadline to meet for her second book, and she is dealing with writer’s block.

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Not long before Ellery and Luke Wainwright were to embark upon a dream 20th wedding anniversary trip to Broken Point, an exorbitantly expensive and extremely remote luxury resort in Big Sur, Califo

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“First Frost extends the Longmire legend with an interesting look into his formative years that fans of the series will enjoy.”

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Dr. Peter Bannerman, a Canadian veterinarian, returns for his third crime adventure.

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“whatever streets they walk, whatever wisdom they earn, these brave people don’t simply abandon old lands. They take the reader along in creating new ones.”

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“Little Turtle swims away from the shore.
The sun is shining, and it’s time for an adventure.”

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“Like Turton’s earlier novel, The 7½ Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle, this one is unforgettable and resonant but requires both patience and commitment.”

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Jess, somewhat of a wanderer, lives with her girlfriend, Sarah, 11 years her senior.

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“succeeds thanks to Samson’s finely rendered characterizations and twists that are believable yet impossible to predict.”

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“The Art of Disappearing provides enough clues to see where the story is going without disappointing the reader at the end.”

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“Little Snail wants to explore.
"He leaves his friends in the yard and glides away.”

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It’s a banner time for serious readers of contemporary American literature, for students of Southern literature, and for anyone who senses a relationship between a reading experience and the tragic

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“The world is all around—

filled with colors and shapes and sizes.

When it’s hard to make sense of this world . . .

Look . . .”

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