Good Morning, Breast Cancer, with Love: Six Titles for October, Breast Cancer Awareness Month

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A graphic memoir of female growth and independence, breast cancer survivor Lunden, journalist Robach offers up an encouraging story, Dr. Love is the go-to for all matters of the breast, Port’s latest, plus Lucas’s update

Fiction from Daly, Holm, Klaussmann, Lancaster, Longworth, Thomas, & Weiner | Xpress Reviews

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Daly’s intriguing story, wild & furious action from Holm, engrossing historical fiction from Klaussmann, hilarious women’s fiction from Lancaster, a delight for Francophiles from Longworth, a new Western series from Thomas, first love from Weiner

Librarians Get Romanced in New York | RWA 2015

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Librarians’ Day panels at Romance Writers of America 2015 conference in New York City

Romance Writers Honored in New York City | RWA 2015

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Romance, all the time; Romance Writers of America present their award winners for 2015

Finding Closure: The End of a Series | In the Bookroom

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It was with excitement and some dismay that I read the final installments of a pair of long-running historical series: Willig’s Pink Carnation and Long’s Pennyroyal Green

Audiobooks from Cohen, Higashino, and Sandford | Xpress Reviews

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For the memoir and Jewish identity collections of all libraries, Higashino is Highly recommended for mystery lovers, the adrenaline is almost tangible in Sandford’s latest

RIP Cathie Linz: A Librarian & Romance Writer

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The romance world and librarianship mourn the loss of author/librarian Cathie Linz

Best Books 2014: E-Originals

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From dystopian sf, vampire stories, and Indian culture clashes to intergalactic adventures, a very hot fantasy, tortured heroes and heroines, and military romance, the best ebooks offer a rich and deep well of reading enjoyment

Cancer Gene Blues: Seven Titles for October, Breast Cancer Awareness Month

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Breast cancer is all about the numbers: the infamous one in eight lifetime probability of a diagnosis, the number of lymph nodes removed, gene mutations 1 and 2, risk factor percentages, even how old one should be to start screenings.

Fiction from Aitcheson, Brown, Haas, Rollins; Canadian zombies; a forensic debut | Xpress Reviews

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Swordplay and chases, Brown has a Mean Streak, zombie fiction from up North, a mystery writer and a forensic scientist team up, for fans of European crime novels, and an excellent nail-biting thriller from Rollins