Fiction

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“Jackson’s writing is seasoned and taut, and her threads of suspense tangle and writhe.“

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“Jones moves the story along at an intriguing, fast pace, making for an entertaining, fun read. Recommended for all who enjoy twisty thrillers and clever, smooth writing.”

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“This is a fairly engaging work of fiction, if not terribly layered or complex.”

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The Angel of Rome is highly recommended. The stories represent some of Walter’s best writing.”

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“It will be interesting to see where Fleishman goes with his future writings. His style, his vocabulary, and his ability to engage the reader leave no page unturned.

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Nothing is more heartbreaking and disturbing than war.

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At 128 pages, The Reservoir is described as a novella. Fever dream would be more apt.

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“suspenseful crime stor[y] . . .”

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“A Face to Die For is primarily a well-structured story with lots of action. Iris Johansen fans will enjoy it.”

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“In this tensely wired, swiftly paced, starkly realistic story of human trafficking set beautifully among nuanced clashing cultures, author Johnnie Bernhard defines each character’s motivat

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Hilary Mantel is best known in America as the author of the historical trilogy, Wolf Hall, Bring up the Bodies, and The Mirror & The Light.

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“It’s easy to get wrapped up in Weaver’s storytelling skills as she carefully unfolds her story.”

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“Kendi’s Goodnight Racism is not your typical sweet fall-asleep lullaby.

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Locklands completes another excellent trilogy from an author producing some of the most original and compelling fantasy in the genre.”

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The ostensible template for these 24 musings on “singlehood” is Helen Gurley Brown’s 1962 cult classic, Sex and the Single Girl.

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“leaves the reader with a profound sense of satisfaction.”

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Aurora provides a refreshing alternative to most apocalyptic tales but . . .”

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When one thinks about beach reads, Elin Hilderbrand inevitably comes to mind as the author of many satisfying novels that take the reader to Nantucket's historic and well-known island.

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the novel is a big story embracing many interrelated things, solidly grounded in reality over time, containing the pains, passions, and wonders of multiple characters acro

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“Barry has created characters that stick with the reader long after the last page is turned.

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Fans of Ellen Byron’s previous cozy mysteries will be disappointed in Bayou Book Thief, her latest endeavor.

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“Lapierre has intimately portrayed a woman whose true worth was hidden in plain sight for decades.

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“Rarely does this novel read like correspondence. The prose is too fine, the settings too detailed, the pacing exquisite.”

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Kali Mähoe, a detective with the Maui Police Department, is summoned to a scene on Lana’i island where a corpse has been found stuffed in a refrigerator that was buried on the grounds of a now defu

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Jennifer Egan is the prodigiously talented author of seven works of fiction, including the Pulitzer Prize-winning A Visit from the Goon Squad (2011).

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