Littlejohn’s Debut of the Month, McCoy, Zahradnik, French, plus New Series Lineup | Mystery Reviews, October 1, 2016


What will you recommend for your readers during the spooky holiday season?

Oh, the Horror! | The Reader’s Shelf, October 1, 2016


Here are just some of the debuts that horror fans can look to this ­Halloween season.

Best Sellers: Books Most Borrowed, September 2016

Silva’s Widow enters at the top spot; Amy Schumer joins the list

With a “Hungry Heart,” Jennifer Weiner Talks Creativity and Character


Best-selling author and outspoken New York Times columnist Jennifer Weiner moves from fiction to nonfiction in her new memoir, Hungry Heart: Adventures in Life, Love, and Writing.

LJ Reference Reviews: October 15, 2016


Sociological economics for the mainstream; Pop Culture in Asia and Oceania emphasizes the huge diversity of popular expressions across Asia; the award-winning Ferguson’s Career Guidance Center is a gold standard; GoinGlobal possesses valuable content for job hunters

LJ Nonfiction Reviews: October 15, 2016


An outstanding portrait of Jean Cocteau; Elvis’s legacy; holiday crafts; hikers in America, On the Trail; top fall poetry; civil rights attorney Julius Chambers; navigating The Gig Economy; Whole Cooking and Nutrition is a must-have; what humans can learn from Being a Dog

LJ Fiction Reviews: October 15, 2016


Correa delivers an engrossing story of the 1939 voyage of the St. Louis; Lasdun’s latest is an intelligent, disquieting psychothriller; Killer Holiday reads; romance novellas, the perfect stocking stuffer; Cain’s eerie European setting and unpredictable plot is bound to chill

LJ Media Reviews: October 15, 2016


Chambers takes listeners The Long Way to a Small, Angry Planet; revisit 1916: The Irish Rebellion; plus Ingrid Bergman: In Her Own Words; and a bunch of students Saved!

E-Originals from Lyons and Platt, and Debuter Sebastian | Xpress Reviews


Lyons helps connect the worlds of humans and shifters; Farthingale fans return to historic Mayfield London for a heavy dose of heat and passion; an excellent choice not just for M/M romance fans but also for Regency fans with a penchant for vigilante justice

Graphic Novels: Best American Comics and Rucka & Co.’s Dragon Age | Xpress Reviews


A great introduction to the current comics scene for those wondering where to begin; best for fans familiar with the Dragon Age universe but readable and pleasant for even the totally clueless