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“A world that kids will love!”

White Ivy is a suspenseful novel with a protagonist who is intentionally portrayed as an anti-heroine.

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“Frear’s writing has the sharp dark tang that Tana French exhibits, and she updates the British crime narrative to the dangerous conflicts of loyalty that Stuart Neville paints best, with t

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“Sadistic, misogynistic murders and politicized police investigations are, unfortunately, universal. They don’t need a dictatorship.”

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“Viewed as a ‘debut novel’ by R. W. Green, Hot to Trot is a fine first showing.

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“As cozies go, this one is well written with some good twists and turns to keep the reader turning the page.”

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“Macallister’s writing is powerful, and she concocts a gripping story with strong, very human characterizations . . .”

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Second Chance Angel forgoes overly complex world building in favor of telling a damn good story.”

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It’s 2016, Mumbai.

“I cannot stop this moving train,” says Sharifa who has returned to the country of her childhood, India, with her husband and their seven-year-old daughter, Zee.

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This book by Nick Hornby is so “woke,” it’s as though the author is writing an opinion piece more than a novel.

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“Once again, Hard Case Crime breathes new life into a classic crime fiction novel.”

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“thoroughly enjoyable and entertaining. Eoin Colfer’s specialty is magical realism, and it shines through this entire tale.”

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“a heart-warming story full of charm and optimism; a wonderous journey that transcends the celebration of Christmas with breathtaking illustrations throughout.”

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With the publication of The Sentinel, there now are 24 Jack Reacher novels. Of the first 23, all were New York Times bestsellers and 15 were #1.

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“an entrancing family story and a surprising adventure. Gregory’s female characters are, as always, clearly human, deeply thoughtful, and driven by their own desires and agency.

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“a novel that explores the nostalgia, loneliness, guilt, and conflicted patriotism of the (fictitious) last American who worked at the facility.”

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“The story is alive; it breathes; every paragraph brings the reader a sense of being there, of being Carver.” 

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“Connelly spins a story in which the risk is life itself, and the collateral damage may be integrity.

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“A gender-flip version of Faust, and also a haunting love story that will linger.”

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“Word by word, Schwartz chooses her language with a surgeon’s precision. Her craftsmanship is a joy to behold.”

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“A powerful story of our earliest days as a species.”

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In style, story content, and characterization, Dracula’s Child is truly the sequel to Bram Stoker’s Dracula, succeeding where other, more famous attempts

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“with its attention to detail and swift narrative, fans of Mr.

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“Editor Melissa Edmundson has produced a valuable collection for scholars and curious readers alike.”

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“The quality and clarity of Ritt's writing and delivery are truly superb. Readers will feel like they're watching a movie.”

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