Fiction

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“No matter how well you know someone, you can never fully know what’s in their heart and mind. Eight Perfect Murders proves the point.

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”Sad and beautiful, My Bison is a book to fall in love with, a book to share, a book to help smooth over the sting of loss after investing so much time, energy, and love into somet

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We are all actors in the comedy and drama of our own lives, caught in a story inherited from family, redrawn by fate, and reconstructed by us as we look dizzily backward.

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“Zigman is an excellent writer who knows how to keep all the balls in the air.

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“Clara the Rhino and her tale of friendship and loyalty are sure to enchant readers of all ages, and the entire family will enjoy following Clara’s journey across

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“The illustrator tries hard to make up for the text’s plodding quality with winsome details and colorful characters.”

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“faithful and true police procedural devotees will thoroughly enjoy the ride Pinter takes them on . . .”

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“Discover a brooding and eerie gothic tale of a wonderland filled with something other than wonder, and a fairyland that is dark and dangerous.”

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Martin Luther King Jr.: Little People, Big Dreams starts out with a young Martin standing on a box in a long black robe, preaching to his family and friends.

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“a family saga with several twists and turns . . .”

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Weather is a well-crafted, profound, unsettling, and deeply resonant work.”

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“A clever story with a well-written and worked out plot, a window into the world of neuroscience and a meditation on consciousness and identity, Mr.

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With this slim chapter-book tale of a well-intentioned troublemaker, Annie Barrows (of Ivy and Bean fame) and illustrator Sam Ricks have hit a solid homerun.

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“Wonderfully captivating . . . A thrilling addition to the murder mystery series . . .”

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"Thin Ice is primed for a sequel."

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“It’s a riddle of a crime that will put both Sheryn and her partner through the wringer before they can stamp this particular casefile ‘Closed.’”

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The Chill would’ve made a great disaster movie back when that genre of motion picture was popular.”

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“The premise that Graves lays out for her readers is a good one. The writing? Not to be unkind, but Graves could have used a good editor.”

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“Small Mercies isn’t intended to educate readers on details about South Africa as much as it’s intended for the reader to experience the multifaceted reality of So

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“Beyond the usual detective/PI action, Mosley creates a model for writing that moves off the ‘race card’ and back to true descriptions.”

“feels like watching an automobile accident develop in slow motion and may serve as a cautionary tale for our times.”

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The Second Sleep by Robert Harris is highly recommended for those who demand complexity, eloquence, and questions that disturb one’s sleep.”

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Mother Tongue is a slim volume of less than 100 pages, but any reader making a small investment in time will reap a windfall return of reading pleasure.”

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“A beautiful picture book about the importance of memories we create with friends that will be a favorite at read-aloud time.”

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The Reunion is the type of story you could stay up all night reading.

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