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“An excellent read from a remarkable storyteller.”

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In Teresa Trent’s novel, Murder of a Good Man (A Piney Woods Mystery), her heroine, Nora Alexander, has a simple task: deliver a letter from her recently deceased mother to a man she’s nev

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After reading this book, you’ll want to tape over the camera eye on all of your devices and go back to paying for things in cash and communicating on paper.

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“one of the best Caitlin Strong novels . . . An absorbing but reflective thriller.”

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“It is no accident that J. R. Ward’s series are beloved. She is a master writer.”

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Chronicle likes to push the envelope, and in this case, it is covered with hearts—or maybe not. The point of the book is that a stereotypical Valentine is not what the author wants to deliver.

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“D’Andrea’s story sweeps away the reader in an avalanche of life-threatening revelations that make Beneath the Mountain a complete success as a debut thriller.”

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On a “muggy July day” in 1969, the four Gold siblings, ages 7 to 13, nervously visit a fortune teller, on Hester Street in the Lower East Side of Manhattan, who supposedly can predict the date of a

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The first Rivers of London traditional novel was published in 2011. This book has almost 52,000 ratings and 6000 reviews on Goodreads.

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When Autumn was published 15 months ago—the first in a planned “seasonal” quartet by the award-winning, Scottish-born writer Ali Smith—it was dubbed “the first great Brexit novel.” So what

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“a dramatic and interesting look into the past of a town and the lives of those who’ve dwelled in it.”

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“a story closely reminiscent of a good number of Poe’s short stories . . .”

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The year is 1921, and the place is Bombay, India.

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The traditional format novel The Forever War was first published in 1974. It won the coveted Nebula, Hugo, and Locus awards. The novel became a series and was adapted into a play.

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Kiki Petrosino’s Witch Wife invites us to enter into a feminine, private world of post-puberty anxieties, love relationships, and nostalgia in which the desire for and fear of motherhood a

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“Kudos to Dodd and Nosy Crow/Candlewick for doing what reads like a mama-baby picture book that’s accessible to all children and all kinds of parents.”

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It’s 12 days before Christmas and Santa’s elves have just discovered that Santa’s sleigh is “totaled, smashed, and battered!” So they decide to strip it bare and rebuild it new.

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Firefly Cove reaches inside our hearts and allows us to confront our deepest fears concerning love, death, and solitude.

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“A captivating page-turner that is filled with loads of atmosphere and suspense, The Woman in the Window is a highly recommended read . . .”

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Neel Mukherjee’s A State of Freedom is a deeply affecting, innovative, and beautifully written novel that is hard to put down and difficult to forget.

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“plenty of dogged Robicheaux detecting, a high body count, and welcome exchanges of dialogue with an authentic Louisiana sound.”

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“a sometimes lonely, definitely dispassionate, journey through the mind of a man who always gets what he wants, no matter the sacrifice.”

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Be careful what you wish for, because you may get it, is a very famous saying.

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The Wind in the Willows has been enchanting readers both young and old since it was first published in 1908.

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It’s that time again . . . time for that horrid Grinch to try to ruin Christmas. In Dr.

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