Fiction

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“The descriptions of the beauty and mystery of the Grand Canyon are spot on.”

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“a book that would be treasured by the collector of trivia, appreciated by the English major, and relished by anyone enjoying explanations of the dramatic twists and turns a word takes befo

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“Few fiction writers have captured the trauma of India’s partition as powerfully as Saadat Hasan Manto, called ‘the undisputed master of the modern Indian short story’ by Salman Rushdie.”

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Last Girl Ghosted is yet another spine-tingling, whirlwind of a journey for the characters and the reader.

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Dave Eggers’ 2013 dystopian satire, The Circle, imagined a Google-cum-Facebook corporation, the Circle, bullying a tech-dazzled world into embracing its own servitude.

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In the follow-up to their 2019 book I’m Not Dying with You Tonight, Kimberly Jones and Gilly Segal bring us two teenage best friends, both on the competitive cheer squad.

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“Echoes of the Dead is a real page turner with all the requisite red herrings, missed opportunities, and wrong paths.”

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In London we meet Terry Tice and are told in the first sentence that Terry likes killing people and will take money for doing so. He’s ex-military.

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“When Wayland becomes convinced that he’s witnessed some sleight of hand—that the death he witnessed was not his father’s but someone else’s—his passionate defense of the theory is based on

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“A vigorous road novel teeming with wild hairpin turns and irresistible, enduring characters . . .”

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“If you’re looking for distinctive international bouquet in your ‘Scandi noir,’ this isn’t going to fit your collection.

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“A board book treasure.”

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This third installment of the Fog Ladies series has the group embroiled yet in another adventure.

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“For relaxed enjoyment and the diversion of adept time travel, an Andrea Penrose historical mystery is hard to beat!”

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“Jo Hamya’s highly impressive, smart, and sophisticated debut novel Three Rooms is a contemporary response to Virginia Woolf’s A Room of One’s Own.”

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“Among today’s abundant crime novels, it’s rare to find one that demands a second reading for its language and insight.

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“The plot barrels along at an intense pace, straight into . . . a shocking cliffhanger of an ending.

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The People Remember covers the most ground of any picture book out there regarding Black history.”

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Millions of dollars’ worth of stolen diamonds, mixed up with murder . . .

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“Brilliant magic!”

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The Delicious Delicacies Bakery in Blue Moon Bay is 29-year-old Jessica Connolly's pride and joy.

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“A tour de force about failure and success, connection and isolation, about how we shape our lives by the stories we tell about them, and, ultimately, how stories redeem us.”

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Playing at the Border: A Story of Yo-Yo Ma is a beautiful tribute to an award-winning musician with a heart much larger than the number of albums he has created and accolades he h

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Heartbroken over the end of her marriage, Ivy Perkins decides she needs a lifestyle change, so with her share of the business she started with her husband and half of their assets, she buys an old

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“A brilliant meditation on love, family, trust, and the stories that bind us to each other.”

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