Graphic Novels from Gardner & Co.; Geary; Remender, Alixe, & Klein; and Samura | Xpress Reviews

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The best overall collection of the Flash, fast-paced whodunit featuring silent film star Louise Brooks, a shift in the Captain America universe, and an essential volume for Blade of the Immortal fans

Nonfiction from Celebrity Offerman and Author/Humorist Twain | Xpress Reviews

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Offerman’s fans can rejoice in his latest “offering”; nonfans, not so much. Twain devotees who aren’t fussy about scholarship or facts might try this compilation

Fiction from Chaplin, Thoft, and Tiraboschi | Xpress Reviews

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A brilliantly complex historical novel from Chaplin, a worthy successor to Thoft’s earlier series entries, Tiraboschi’s first work to be translated into English has promise

E-Originals from Barnard, Downs, Lake, and Martin | Xpress Reviews

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A strong new adult series entry, a quick ghost story, a winning read with an unusual setting, and a high-stakes story that is light on the loving

Computer Science, May 2015 | Best Sellers

September 2014 to date as identified by YBP Library Services

African Studies, May 2015 | Best Sellers

August 2014 to date as identified by YBP Library Services

Graphic Novels from Ewing & Co., Hussenot, McCann & others, and Miéville & Santolouco | Xpress Reviews

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Doctor Who fans should enjoy these latest adventures, Hussenot’s graphic novel is a thinker, a fun read for those who are interested in a different side of Hawkeye, the artwork steals the show in Dial H

Nonfiction on Meditation | Xpress Reviews

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Catton’s meditation on meditation is among the best titles on this topic

Fiction from Cooley, Factor, Gist, Harris, Johnson, and London | Xpress Reviews

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A superb mystery from Cooley; Gist’s latest offers more details on the Chicago World’s Fair; Harris’s Loki is sly, devious, and conflicted; more Longmire from Johnson; and London’s Cabot sister goes for adventure

E-Originals from Cosby, Harper, & Silver | Xpress Reviews

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A 13th-century Scottish marriage of protection, keeping “Secrets” in the third title in Harper’s series, Silver does a great job of tying her two stories together