Fiction

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Looking for an escape from quarantine boredom, but want to minimize your screen time?  Then Hillary Mantel’s The Mirror and the Light, the final, nearly 800-page volume of her bestselling,

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Boys of Alabama is a beautiful book that carries the reader along on a tide of rich, eloquent language.”

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“In Misconduct of the Heart, Cordelia Strube achieves a transcendence in the person of her protagonist that speaks to hope in the worst of times.”

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Finna is a great story. It’s engaging, sometimes wrenching, and a complete epic in miniature.”

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Bronx Heroes in Trumpland has three primary contributors. Each has written a foreword to this graphic novel.

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“These Southern Stepford wives will match Scarlett O’Hara for sheer determination and surpass Buffy the Vampire Slayer with their courage, while giving the reader an unexpected ironic chuck

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“Relying on atmosphere and suggestion rather than grimdark, author Darcy Coates offers a display of suspense and encroaching terror in the Folcroft Ghosts.”

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“The Last Trial is another excellent courtroom drama by a proven master of the legal thriller.”

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“an alluring psychological legal thriller that is jammed packed with layers of emotionally charged sexual revelations and suspense.”

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“Weir is a respected historian, an expert on the Tudor line, and she applies her creative imagination to present a novel that is hard to put down.”

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“My trainer believes in me,” Remington Alabaster tells Serenata, his wife of 32 years. Until now he has been a reliable couch potato, she an equally predictable fitness maven.

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“Carlaftes’s compendium is a hysterical and delightful excursion into the American presidency from the time Andrew Jackson dove into the River Styx to avoid the Grim Reaper until President

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Sarah Conley Hawkins, a big-shot reporter for the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, is offered a lucrative position with "Intelligentsia," an investigative news service in Washington, D.C.

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“Meyerson does an admirable job of answering the question she posed to herself, and by the end of the story, ties up all the loose ends that she tossed out to the reader from the beginning.

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Many of today's families are blended with step-siblings and half-siblings.

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“The Last Scoop is another surefire success for author R. G.

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How many older women regret not doing things they've wanted to do in life?

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The thing about a smorgasbord is that you don’t need to savor every offering to feel happily fed.

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Untold Night and Day is a deliciously complex novel that satisfies at each layer as the reader continues to decipher its codes and hidde

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Kendra Troyer spends most of her young life caring for her younger siblings and protecting them from their abusive father and submissive mother.

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“a thoroughly enjoyable book, for both the plot centering around a still-contemporary malady, as well as its historical description of a world on the brink of a new century.”

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Among the masterful short story writers of the 18th century in Russia—Turgenev, Pushkin, Gogol, Dostoyevsky, Tolstoy—it is Anton Chekhov whose words are most known outside of the motherland because

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Everything Under is a seductive book. It’s dark, poetic in language and image, and drives toward a monolithic tragedy.”

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“Okorafor’s future world, built out of real cultures and fully realized characters, should establish a new standard for science fiction in the 21st century.”

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“Even in the darkest sections, Ted O’Connell’s debut novel is upbeat, witty, and full of ideas about art, reality, truth, identity, fate, language, the rise of China on the world stage, Naz

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