Fiction

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“Siger’s novel is an enjoyable first step for appreciating this special foreign locale [Naxos, Greece].”

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“Anders’ storytelling is fleet-footed and clever, bursting with fun quips . . .”

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“Sathian, who writes with great assurance and verve, wields her pen like a magnifying lens to examine the foibles of immigrants who are high achievers but somewhat insular and insecure.”

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“While unpolished in places, Open Water is the work of a talented and promising young writer.”

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When the Stars Go Dark is an intriguing, harrowing story that suggests we should never grow comfortable in a false sense of security . . .

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“What he did see—and described in sharp, yet understated, detail—was the growing panic and slow loss of innocence among German Jews.”

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“If you have nothing to do over a nice, rainy weekend, pick up this book. You won’t put it down until Monday rolls around.”

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“Elly Bangs has created a vivid, fascinating, and utterly believable future world, and she immerses the reader into it skillfully and seamlessly.”

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Since their father deserted them seven years ago, Sophie Lawson has given her life to her family—especially to her siblings, twin brother Seth, and younger sister  Jenna—and their mother ill with m

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“With such dark and treacherous secrets, the men of The Lamplighters echo the force of the seas around them.

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“Flynn Berry landed major awards for her two earlier thrillers, and Northern Spy merits more of the same.”

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Chapman writes in an unadorned manner and with a sharp eye toward the underside of American popular culture.

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“A delightful cozy romance and mystery, set in the middle of a decade when times might be changing but the motives for murder remained surprisingly the same.”

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Set in the criminal shadow world behind luxury hotels, Eve Out of Her Ruins by Ananda Devi follows four friends in their attempt to transcend the poverty and violence of their surroundings

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The story is narrated by Khalil, a young man from Morocco whose family has settled in Belgium where he grew up.

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Autumn Divac has been living in limbo for more than 18 months. Her husband Nick, who allegedly worked with the Security Service in the Ukraine, never returned from his assignment.

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“2034 is a haunting, disturbing, cautionary tale about what can easily happen if international conflict is allowed to reach the boiling point.”

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A stunning, trilingual love poem written to the U.S.A. is America My Love, America My Heart.

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“a tightly paced, well thought out cyberpunk thriller that entices after the very first chapter.”

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“The swoon-worthy Roman backdrop, filled with plenty of sunsets, cathedrals, and villas, reflects the classic romantic themes of love, sacrifice, and redemption.”

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The Twilight Zone is a novel about the long and brutal dictatorship led by Augusto Pinochet in Chile from 1973 to 1990, yes.

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Most historians agree that the Reconstruction—the attempt to build a more equitable country following the Civil War—ultimately failed.

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Jessica Clayton's occupation is enviable; she and best friend Yvette run "Transitions," a business where they help others downsize, whether they are moving to a smaller home, a parent passes away a

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An echo of Stephen King’s The Stand. A flash of James Dickey’s Deliverance.

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“Win is the type of spin-off novel that will be wildly popular with Coben’s fan base as an extension of what they already know and love.”

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