Fiction from Andersen, Bretherick, and Mishani, plus a Lost Beckett | Xpress Reviews

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Andersen’s Boleyn trilogy comes to an end, the unearthing of Beckett’s Echo’s Bones, 19th-century Turin figures in Bretherick’s historical crime fiction, and an exceptional police procedural from Mishani

Final Follett, Forsyth’s Fairy Tale, New Murakami, plus British Spies, & Much More | Fiction Reviews

Flight of the Sparrow

Brown’s Flight of the Sparrow is an engaging novel based on solid research, Follett has written pitch-perfect popular fiction, Forsyth enchants with a gorgeous narrative and memorable characters

Tons of Fiction: Burrowes, Campion, Clark, Harkaway, Mackin, Miller, Verdon, & Vollmann | Xpress Reviews

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Romance from Braden and Burrowes, mysteries from Campion and Clark, short pieces from Dybek, cynicism from Harkaway, Abduction from Holt, historical fiction from Mackin, magical storytelling from Miller, a thriller from Verdon, and more

E-Originals from Baxter, Dooley, LaRoche, McKenzie, & Soliman | Xpress Reviews

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A sweet ending from Baxter, a debut erotic romance in translation, a mixed bag from Dooley, a change of setting from LaRoche, a sympathetic protagonist from McKenzie, and a sexy end to Soliman’s hot series

Fiction from Hilderbrand, McGrath, Thayer, & Woods, and Debuts from Breznican & Dicker | Xpress Reviews

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Breznican and Dicker make smashing debuts, Hilderbrand’s latest is a must-read, McGrath creates a strong sense of place, Thayer keeps readers on the edge of their seats, and Woods adds another satisfying title to his popular series

E-Romance from Gay, McKenna, Owens, & Trent, plus Something New from Quinn | Xpress Reviews

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Regency Scandal from Gay, a librarian in over her head in McKenna’s latest, a sweet M/M tale from Owens, romance takes a backseat to Quinn’s story of friendship between women

Top Indie Fiction: 30 Key Titles Beyond the Best-Sellers List for Spring/Summer 2014

A Kind of Dream

From laconic Pitiful Criminals to an unfolding Cataract City threatening to derail, these lucidly written, high-end gritty, and atmosphere edgy works are for most fiction readers to enjoy

Historical from Goodwin, a sf Collaboration by Horowitz & Others, Gothic Makkai, & More | Fiction Reviews

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Goodwin uses finely drawn characters and intriguing plot lines to create memorable scenes, Land of Shadows is for libraries with a strong following for police procedurals, Silent History is a “new kind of novel”

Librarian Authors at BEA & ALA

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Librarians are a talented bunch. They not only promote and share books, but they also write them! Consider the latest literary efforts by a debut author/librarian and a veteran.

Fiction from Fairstein, Pearson, Janes, and Trenow, with a new Veronica Mars | Xpress Reviews

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New York City history in Fairstein’s latest, 1940s political tension from Janes, Knox and Chu are back in The Red Room, Sue Grafton fans might go a new Veronica Mars title, a young girl is Trenow’s Forgotten Seamstress

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