Fiction

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“the required tension-filled dénouement is well done and keeps the final pages turning.”

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Twenty-three-year-old Susannah Peachy believes her life is wonderful.

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The Love Songs of W. E. B. Du Bois is a serious novel, a terrible but ultimately uplifting saga . . .”

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“Another Kind of Eden is a challenging tale by an accomplished master of crime fiction.”

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“The psychedelic form, as well as the blatant splashes of color, make this graphic novel a feast for the eyes, while some of its themes will be recognizable to anyone familiar with Latin Am

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High emotion is balanced by high intellect and a high level of craft, revealing an author at the top of her game.”

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Do all those who suffer abuse as children grow up to be killers? This is a pivotal question in this novel. Billy Summers, an adult and Iraq veteran, is now a killer for hire.

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“Take my word for it: if you don’t live in a small town now, you probably shouldn’t move to one. . . . Resist these impulses. Trust me.

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“City Problems is terrific. Don't miss it!”

Meet Ed Runyon, a cop with a heart, though he doesn't always show it.

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“Exquisite pacing . . . a masterful artist.”

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“Unfortunately, this novel has problems on several levels.”

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"‘The surreal, nightmare quality of the scene dissolved, and I saw only Joanna, impossibly still and silent.’"

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How to Kill Your Best Friend by Lexie Elliott is an engaging read and will keep readers guessing and racing to turn the page at every twist—a thrilling and suspenseful journey wel

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“wonderful and deeply engaging. The Membranes is a marvelous book.”

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Bloodless is the best Pendergast novel so far.”

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“Nothing is as it seems, and yet everything is displayed in plain sight . . .”

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“Murphy’s warm and funny Cindy would make Cinderella proud.”

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“A heartwarming . . . depiction of a close Black family . . .”

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a stunning tour-de-force . . . that will surely set a new benchmark for graphic novels and what they can achieve in a literary context.”

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Twin sisters, once extremely close when growing up in an eccentric household with a demeaning and scolding mother, alcoholic grandfather, and absent father, are now separated by thousands of miles

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This is a sequel to the authors’ excellent first book, Out of the Dark, in which Earth is attacked by a race of beings called the “Shongairi.” The attack is sanctioned by the galaxy’s prem

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Kacy Tremaine and her husband Michael have escaped a bad situation in New Jersey, where Kacy was betrayed by her best friend and lost her job and future in the art world.

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“the story holds together and delivers a fast, intense, thought-provoking read.”

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“Similar in pace and tenderness to the Ladies’ Detective Agency mysteries of Alexander McCall Smith, this mystery fits neatly into the traditional mold, providing an enjoyable read that’s i

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Sabina Murray’s novel The Human Zoo deftly interweaves a narrative of a woman’s search for identity, a historical, cultural, and political tale of Filipino society, and a tension-filled, a

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