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“. . . masterful . . . the ‘Antiques Roadshow’ of mysteries.”

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“The 13th Target will create a host of new fans for the author. . . . a winning formula.”

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“. . . a granny’s quilt. . . . fascinating and realistic.”

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“. . . the authors fall down in this book. Nurse Bess Crawford is too saintly a figure.”

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“a captivating voice . . . acute observations . . . bullet-speed pace . . . masterfully created . . .”

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“. . . undeniably a talented writer, Mr. Sasson’s stories differ wildly in quality from the excellent . . . to the melodramatic . . .”

Mom always said, “If you can’t say anything nice, don’t say anything at all.” Mom also said to never tell a lie. Sometimes, Mom, it’s impossible to do one without the other.

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“These stories torment readers with the possibilities and unfulfilled potential . . .”

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“. . . part family saga, part space opera, and part DaVinci Code thriller.”

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“. . . an engaging, rewarding, and sometimes lyrical search for a lost time.”

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“A delightful book for summer reading.”

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“. . . totally addictive . . . Powerful and not to be missed, Strong Vengeance is the best Caitlin Strong book yet.”

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“Ms. Barbieri’s writerly sense of whimsy and retrospection implies that anyone can work through adversity to happiness—if only the volition is present.”

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“The Rock Star in Seat 3A will not, in and of itself, convince the Pulitzer committee that a prize is due in 2012, but a good time will be had by all.”

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“Second Person Singular is a complicated sonata of voices and identities, translating the identity politics of Palestinians in Israel . . .”

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“You and Me doubles down on that Seinfeldian quality of being a book about nothing. . . . more anti-novel than novel.”

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“. . . a deeply compassionate, politically defiant, and surprisingly underwhelming novel, as provocative as it is inevitable.”

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“Joanne Kennedy has written another western winner.”

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“An authoritative and compelling voice, Mr. Siger is a master storyteller and Target: Tinos is a mesmerizing novel . . .”

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“It is through the character of the dead artist that Ms. McLean powers into the explosive ending, leaving us quiet, contemplative, and waiting for her next book.”

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“. . . a feat of literary necromancy . . .”

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