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The Majesties, although it rolls out easily, troubles deeply, haunting and even chilling its reader well beyond the final page.”

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“Chillingly frank in its discussion of our planets fragile ecological system and the fight to save our basic natural resources.”

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Maeve Stephens, a 36-year-old sportswriter has just lost her job when the periodical she writes for claims bankruptcy.

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A Beginning at the End is a heartfelt family drama . . .”

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“Topics of Conversation is a smart, well-articulated and -designed novel.

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“As literature, American Dirt is modern realism at its finest: a tale of moral challenge in the spirit Theodore Dreiser wrapped inside a big-hearted social epic lik

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“Told with the voice of a literary master at the top of her craft, the pace may be too slow for thriller readers, but for those who love a strong literary voice in their genre fiction or th

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“Aoife’s poignant and endearing story will linger long after the final pages. This family-forward debut is one to be savored and shared.”

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“With the added components of mystery and suspense, this in-depth thriller is sure to keep one gasping.”

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“Although frequently painful to read, The German House is a condemnation of the Nazi past, but also an exploration of survivors’ guilt, as well as families in conflict.”

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Emma Donoghue is a magnificent writer, but Akin is not her best novel. Still, it’s a high bar.

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“This is a story that is so absorbing and told so briskly it can be devoured in one or two lengthy sittings. It is well worth clearing one’s schedule to do so.”

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Mason, Missouri, is a typical small town where everyone knows everyone—and their business, too.

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Though The Christmas Boutique is the 21st book in the Elm Creek Series, this enchanting Christmas tale can stand well on its own.

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It may be tough to read complex novels in these days of social media platforms and fast food fiction, but Mama Hissa's Mice by Saud Al-Sanousi, translated by Sawad Hussain, is worth your t

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Nothing More Dangerous is the next best thing to Harper Lee’s To Kill a Mockingbird . . .”

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GI Confidential is one of Limón’s best to date in a series that never fails to entertain.”

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“In The Night Fire Michael Connelly delivers the goods once again, extending his legacy as quite simply the best author of police procedurals in the business.”

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Readers of literature, especially those trained in the classics, come to every book and novel with not-so-deeply-buried expectations that the book they’re about to open, the story they’re about to

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“Some native Hawaiians today might argue that Captain Putnam was misguided in searching for pirates in the South Pacific, because the real pirates had already arrived in Hawaii under the gu

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“Heather Morris reminds us about the human side of the Holocaust and helps us remember with her fine storytelling.”

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“Perry is a master of the British historical novel, this time leaving the Victorian era behind and delving into a new but volatile century.”

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“Rafala seems to love language as much as his characters love their farms and their patron saint. That’s a powerful combination, and it fuels a compelling novel.”

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“You will end up in love with Olive because she is a ton of well-written fun. You’ll enjoy her musings and put-downs and her reflections.

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“Each novel Man Booker finalist Deborah Levy writes comes nearer perfection.

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