Fiction

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“A Cussler novel is like a ride on a roller coaster: it's no secret where things will start, where they will end, or what's going to happen along the way, but the ride is thrilling nonethel

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Into the Night will plunge the reader into a whirlpool of suspense as the story’s twists and turns reveal how one person’s ambition can make other lives expendable.”

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“The Fire Witness is a satisfying read with a great wind-up to the murder mystery and a heart-felt ending that solidifies Joona Linna as one of the most compelling

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“a truly exceptional suspense story with a unique protagonist who isn’t to be underestimated.”

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“As always, Harrison’s plotting is tight, her pacing compelling, and her attack on the morality of the Mormon Church sharp-clawed yet heartbreaking.”

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The Blood is a tale giving a view of what Victorian London was really like, not the prim and proper showcase of a public television set, but a callous and heartless venue where so

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Bestselling and award-winning writer Matt Coyle’s Private Investigator Rick Cahill is back with a vengeance in this latest tome, Wrong Light, the fifth book in the award-winning series.

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“Like The Thirteenth Tale, Once Upon a River is very much a story about the spellbinding power of storytelling, and the stories troubled people tell themselves and each other to ma

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“This young adult fantasy is dark and deftly drawn, an intriguing blend of The Hunger Games and a Japanese Cinderella story turned inside out.”

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“A clever and hauntingly grim fantasy . . . that will most certainly entertain fans of swordsmen, medieval sieges, and battles.”

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“The charming story is sure to enchant . . .

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“The Frame-Up has the flavor of an old-time mystery with the feisty girl detective, her more staid but game boyfriend, and a plethora of wisecracks and hairbreadth

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“Winter Loon, a debut novel, is both emotional and skillfully written.

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“Guadalupe Nettel is an expert at dissecting characters, showing readers what makes them tick and then, in After the Winter, putting them through the joys, aches, and pains of love

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“Fans of the series and new readers alike will enjoy this standout thriller that combines nonstop action and suspense with memorable characters who make you want to linger even as you race

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“The Atlas Obscura Explorers Guide for the Worlds Most Adventurous Kid

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“A cautionary tale of psychological horror, offering the sad solution that in order to contain a monster one has to become that monster.”

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“It’s rare to find a genre novel so satisfying in its commitment to political realism . . .”

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“Shell Game will prompt new readers to scurry back to Indemnity One, so they can catch up on one of the finest examples of a private eye series in the mys

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Residue [is] something of a disappointment.

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“It’s pure entertainment that will keep you turning the pages until the blood’s all spilled, the bad guys are no more, and there’s nothing much left to say other than, Yes, Oath of Offi

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The Museum of Modern Love, by Australian writer Heather Rose, is a meditation on love and creativity.

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“How the End First Showed is not merely a collection of Nigerian poems, it is an effort to forge transnational literature.”

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­­­­­The Court Dancer is a meditation on the social changes that force people to confront the double-edged swords of tradition and modernism.”

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“The scope of this brilliantly imagined story is breathtaking. In it we cross dimensions and enter worlds never before seen . . .”

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