Nonfiction on Alien Life and Outdoor Activities | Xpress Reviews

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Geared toward physicists, chemists, and students of scientific research and may even be appreciated by curious sf fans and casual readers; recommended for readers with a general interest in outdoor recreation

Fiction from Fierro, Hunt, Paretsky, Sykes, and Newcomer Torjussen | Xpress Reviews

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Characters are as busy chewing the scenery as the moths are chewing leaves; another plus is Hunt’s vivid, pungent prose and racy dialog; Paretsky’s novels are never dull; recommended for those who enjoy Nancy Martin’s mysteries involving fashion and parties; Torjussen’s debut novel combines tightly wound suspense with an unfolding surprise ending

E-Originals from Donna Grant and Janalyn Voigt | Xpress Reviews

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Plenty of action and intrigue as well as a fair degree of top-shelf hanky-panky; for readers who like their romances squeaky-clean and those interested in the historical Western setting

Religion, March 2017 | Best Sellers

June 2016 to date as identified by GOBI Library Solutions from EBSCO

A New Spell of Sexy | Erotica Reviews

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An adult perspective on “Beauty and the Beast,” with a very modern erotic twist; this latest from Ashley is an enjoyable title for femdom fans; a twisted thriller à la 50 Shades; an excellent series of Sapphic ­fantasies

Fiction from Hämäläinen, London, Longworth, and Misko and Debuts Galore | Xpress Reviews

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Debuts from Buntin, Cottrell, Hartnett, Magariel, Ruby, and Underdown are all worth checking out, for disturbing, emotional, sharp, insightful, nerve-jarring, astute, and suspenseful fiction. Also, Hämäläinen’s intriguing puzzle, London’s breathtaking romance, and Longworth’s whodunit

Gardening | Best Sellers, April 2016

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Become a Gardenista; learn Gardening for Butterflies; incite a Gardening Revolution

Audiobooks by Gardner, Hall, Law, Parker, and Perry | Xpress Review

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Will appeal mostly to Gardner’s fans seeking a quick fix; Hall’s “Puzzle Lady” title is fun and true to series form; Law continues her mystery series featuring painter Francis Bacon; Public libraries should strongly consider the latest Perry

Through the Eyes of Warfare Journalists

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A deeper look at reporters and their stories during a new type of warfare; readers specifically interested in tales of bravery and the harsh conditions journalists have withstand will find both books hard to put down

Discovering the Historical, Cultural and Inspirational Impacts of a Solar Eclipse

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Curious readers seeking to know more about eclipses, the history behind them, and the people who saw it all will find both of these books to be to be fascinating reads