Fiction

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“Mina’s touch with the dark, gritty, and disturbing is that of an expert, and this book is a persuasive and frightening page-turner.”

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“restful yet stimulating reading . . .”

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“Aptly taps into a creeping sense that scientific advancements are endangering the world in ways that are almost too difficult for most everyday people to comprehend.”

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Miss Iceland is a beautiful novel about artistic aspiration and friendship. The storytelling sparkles . . .”

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“The premise in The Silent Conspiracy is a good one, the tension is high, and the characters are well developed.”

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“The Boy in the Field is a literary mystery novel. . . . Just not the kind that focuses on what happens on a patch of land, a highway, or even a country.

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“Noumenon wasn’t just a place for subdimensional sentients to visit. It was so much more. . . .

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“Close enough to Christie’s own style that the reader could segue from Murder on the Orient Express into this present novel without a stumble.”

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“A social commentary, revealing the evolving of a conspiracy very much at work today, targeting not only a specific minority but also any less privileged group, regardless of race or age.”

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“Lovers of Winnie the Pooh stories and The Wind in the Willows will find a contemporary story in the same vein.”

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"Don't Look for Me is truly spine-tingling!"

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Lee and Adriano are a gay couple on sabbatical from their public relations tech firm to Orvieto, Italy, who become ensnared in an international conspiracy involving the death of Andrea, a Catholic

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At the start of Alison Stine’s first novel, Road Out of Winter, the protagonist, a young woman named Wylodine (known as Wil) leaves her rural home in Ohio and sets out for California.

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“There is no question that Nemerever is a gifted writer. The rich style, precise in description and filled with witty metaphor, carries one along.”

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Beneficence, Meredith Hall’s first novel, appears 13 years after her prize-winning memoir Without a Map.

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“deeply evocative, eminently readable . . .”

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“Under Pressure is a thriller that’s fun, entertaining, and challenging.”

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“Thank You, Miyuki is a treasure.”   

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“Several doors are opened in The Darkest Evening to launch more stories.

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“Deft with prose, inventive with structure, and gruesome in his delivery, Palahniuk’s latest will no doubt test some readers’ stomachs, while simultaneously guaranteeing him a brand-new bat

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“Blackburn has created a clever mystery that follows a direct path to revelations about the killer, as well as Summer’s growth and acceptance of her inheritance—a bookstore that she never l

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“Throughout the story, Maxwell weaves new and enticing situations that make the reader turn the page.”

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“the story is a deep dive into human psychology and the eternal battle between good and evil.

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“Accept that you might have conventional horizons. Stop asking for life to be a poem. Why is it so difficult to speak plainly without allusions to books, films, and art?”

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The Paris Children is a page-turning and inspiring story of how courage and family ties can survive even the worst of evil.”

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