Twentieth Century

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“Khemlin has created an unforgettable character and opened a window onto a world more people should know about.”

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“A treasure . . . using both a close personal focus and a broader historical scope, Grossman has written a war epic that rightly deserves to be a classic.”

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“a narrative that reminds its readers of the extent to which everyone who came after the LSD experiments, and the psychedelic sixties, is drawn to that story, but forever remains outside it

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“Intertwined in the two narratives is a pattern of betrayals, secrets and lies—sometimes well-meant, sometimes conflicted, sometimes for sheer self-preservation, but almost always with pain

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“The Orphan of the Salt Winds is a gothic novel both because of its sinister setting—an old, remote house filled with secrets and surrounded by danger—and a heavy

“Once more, Winspear demonstrates her exceptional ability to craft a suspenseful mystery and graphic picture of a critical time and place.”

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“Louis L’Amour fans and potential fans, hit the bookstores! This is one of his novels not to miss.”

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“The power of this well-written novel grows as the story moves forward both historically and fictionally.

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Lucy Kincaid receives a letter from attorney Henry Garrison in Virginia soon after her mother Beth dies from cancer.

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“a convincing, fascinating glimpse into the private lives of two very remarkable individuals.”

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"Highly recommended."

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“Havana Libre works well as a sociological commentary, but as a mystery novel or a thriller, it’s a dud.”

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“Rose has again masterfully mined a magic-infused art world of dramatic twists and turns, a luscious romp readers will thoroughly enjoy.”

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The Other Me is a pleasure to read, with a style that moves as smoothly as an Acela train and a page-turning plot.

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“a splendid novel.”

The Decision, a brief new novel by Britta Bohler, can be summed up with a simple yet elegant sentence lifted from early on in the text:

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A rich jazz-age family convenes at a Newport summer palace where an old widower intends to have a séance and get the approval of his dead wife for a new marriage only to learn that his handsome law

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To read this novel is to feel the wonder of life anew and to become, however momentarily, a better person.”

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“. . . a welcome view of a likable young woman’s full-throttled claim on life in the early 20th century.”

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Purple Daze is a cutting-edge novel, strategically written to keep you wanting more as you delve deeper into the love and conflict of the rocky 1960s.