New Genova, Nesbø, Wilson | Fiction Reviews, March 15, 2015

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A memorable read from Genova; Nesbø’s fans will love his new sympathetic, soft-hearted assassin; Wilson is at the top of his form in this beautifully crafted thriller.

First Novelists Lafaye, Nović, Obioma, Tremayne, & Others | Debut Fiction, March 15, 2015

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Lafaye delivers well-drawn characters, a long-awaited debut from Liu, Mahin is recommended, Nović is heartbreaking, Obioma’s story gathers strength, Treymane’s gripping thriller will keep readers absorbed, Turner’s action-packed fantasy.

Q&A: Judith Claire Mitchell

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In A Reunion of Ghosts, Judith Claire Mitchell has written a darkly humorous and poignant study of a very odd family haunted by what they believe to be their cursed past.

Fiction by Ashbless, Black, Gruen, Rayven, and Thorne, plus Debuts | Xpress Reviews

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An eclectic mix of erotica, Aimée Leduc always delights, an entertaining tale from Gruen, Knoll’s debut truly delivers, for lovers of all things Viennese, a tumultuous new adult romance, and an excellent, well-crafted historical from Thorne

Fiction from Alcott, Jin, and Liss | Audiobook Reviews, March 15, 2015

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An essential new recording of Alcott’s time-honored novel; Jin is highly recommended for lovers of cerebral spy fiction and literary fiction; Liss’s latest will add a welcome touch of class to any audio collection.

We Will Always Rise: Talking with Cynthia Bond About Her Oprah’s Book Club 2.0 Pick, Ruby

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Bond steadies herself for a phone interview with LJ

Fiction from Playwright Rapp, Schultz, and Young, plus a Slew of Debuts | Xpress Reviews

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A small town in Pakistan, one woman’s crisis of self, a well-constructed plot, an African American community in Detroit, an Italian family on Staten Island, a wonderful character study, a funny and frighteningly realistic second novel

Kerr’s Tenth Bernie Gunther, Lansdale’s Latest Western, with a Stand-Alone from Scottoline | Fiction Reviews, March 1, 2015

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Kerr’s magic lies in how he addresses core ethical questions; Lansdale’s fast-paced Western with its multicultural cast of characters is a winner; pulse-racing twists from Scottoline; Leotta spins a delicious tale of suspense; McCreight’s solid follow-up.

First Novelists Cook, Harwood, Miller, Taylor, True, & Others | Debut Fiction, March 1, 2015

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Cook’s humorous take on various whodunit and noir tropes is mainly spot-on; a breezy confection from Harwood; Kornegay stars the pungent and foreboding Mississippi earth; Miller’s thriller is not for the faint of heart.

Crisis of Character: Debut Psychological Fiction | The Reader’s Shelf, March 1, 2015

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Psychological fiction of all kinds gives fans a chance to step outside of themselves and occupy the space of someone in grave danger. In this collection of debut novels readers become onlookers to murder, are taken over by a stranger, or search for a missing child.

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