Genre Fiction

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“An exceptional story dealing with an author’s dilemma as he recreates the story of an old crime as seen through newer eyes several years removed from the incident.”

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“An admirably creative story readers will long remember, leaving authors wondering why they didn't think of it first.”

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There’s a memorable line in the Latin American classic Women With Big Eyes that reads, “Aunt Daniela fell in love the way intelligent women always fall in love: like an idiot.”

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Help Wanted is a novel about characters who some might call “ordinary people,” in this case the workers at a big box store very much like Walmart.

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“Any reader who is looking for a two-day page-turner would be right to pick up this book.”

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“Deep in characterization and entertaining in its narrative, this book makes a very philosophical point about how well we are aware of those we consider ourselves close to . .

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“French, an unhurried and confident author, has always been willing to let her stories ease forward.

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The Codger and the Sparrow portrays the slow burn of an improbable union of opposites that sees itself through multiple highs and lows to ultimat

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“a haunting, chilling, and thought-provoking work by this award-winning author.”

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Meagan Church begins her historical novel about the Baby Scoop of the sixties in the summer of ’64 with a drowning.

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Fourteen Days: A Novel operates from an irresistible premise: trot out literary luminaries of our age, and mash them together in a rollicking collection of shared stories.”

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“As a debut novel, Piglet is ambitious, sitting somewhere in the middle of the Venn diagram where comic women’s fiction, literary fiction, and absurdism meet.”

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“Their lives—like most—are lived in gray zones, in the margins and crusts, in the very conflict itself.”

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“the characters are complex, three-dimensional, and not always likable people, struggling with engrossing dilemma—the fixings of a good novel.”

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Sara Shepard’s Pretty Little Liars young adult novels were on the New York Times bestseller list for 62 weeks, and those books and the Lying Game volumes became televisio

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The Djinn Waits a Hundred Years is a wonderful love story, an engaging mystery expertly written and told, about loss and love . . .”

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“I tell other people's stories for a living.

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“A dark read, Twenty-Seven Minutes succeeds in its dreariness in a satisfying way.”

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Always fascinated by photos, Lucy is eager to see her colleague’s snapshots from her honeymoon in the Maldives.

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“Connelly has created a labyrinth of twists and turns with suspects who are strong contenders one moment and drop to the bottom of the list the next.”

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What makes Keegan’s writing so rich is her economy of words and her ability to create vivid and powerful scenes while maintaining a simple style.”

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Another breathless joyride from the Cussler family.

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Bonus Time is a novel filled with nostalgia and humor, giving those younger readers a look into how things were decades ago while giving life to three feisty older women who are m

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“a warren of heroes, villains, and hidden antagonists that initially set the reader to scratching their heads until the last page when the resolution makes sense.”

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