Fiction.

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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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Turkey in the modern world is a diverse, complicated, and struggling nation, one that Shafak again masterfully depicts in her new novel Three Daughters of Eve. However, not just content to

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“Clever . . . a nice addition in preschool, kindergarten, and first grade classrooms or on a child’s bedroom bookshelf.”

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Alyssa Maxwell’s A Devious Death is the third in her A Lady and Lady’s Maid Mysteries.

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Many teenagers deal with bullying and count the days until they can put high school behind them.

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“a serious book, beautifully written, that explores the effect of ruinous family secrets.”

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“takes a mighty swing at rebooting this franchise . . .”

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“an entertaining escape that showcases the virtues of logical thinking, along with a toe dip into a bygone industrial age.”

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Even the greatest novelists eventually reach an advanced age.

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STEM books are hot topics now and every parent wants their child to be a mathematical whiz, if not a genius.

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We may think that nostalgia is something only adults feel, looking back on their childhoods, but children feel nostalgic, too.

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Book Three of Tony Schumacher’s alternate history of WWII Britain pits Detective John Rossett against a rogue Nazi assassin called the Bear and a group of Nazi officers colluding with British Resis

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“an amazing historical novel, revealing the horrors of WWI through the letters exchanged by Tom and Evie.”

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When all hands are dirty what is justice?

In A Legacy of Spies, author John le Carré explores the aftermath of moral choices made during the Cold War.

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In A Case of Syrah, Syrah, author Nancy J. Parra sets the scene for a good cozy mystery.

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Nine chapters into a crime novel by an author you might not have heard of before, a guy is driving home in the early morning from his job at a gas station out on the highway.

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Dr. Katie LeClair has agreed to join the small town medical practice of Emmett and Nick Hawkins in the small town of Baxter, Michigan.

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“D. P. Lyle knows how to keep the narrative flowing at a rapid pace and keep the questions coming.”

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Pen 33 is the first book in the wildly popular Ewerts Grens series, available to American readers for the first time.

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Jenny Diski’s short stories are often unsettling, describing in minute detail the troubled thoughts that accompany her characters’ everyday activities as they go for a lunchtime walk, take a bath,

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“one stunning and eloquent final soliloquy.”

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Although the reader has more than once felt as if a given Hollywood biography produced by Blood Moon Productions ought to have opened with the familiar phrase “Once Upon a Time,” he nonetheless has

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Usually crime novels end when the villain is captured or killed, the victim saved, or justice served.

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“Step back a moment into history as a contemporary detective investigates a death perhaps occurring two centuries before . . .”

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“a terrifying look into the life of a police officer more personally involved in a case than she’d like to be”

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