Fiction Reviews | November 1, 2013

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Reviews of The First Phone Call from Heaven, The Weight of Blood, and Innocence, plus a full list of Fiction reviews from the November 1, 2013 issue.

Battle Scars: World War I in Fiction

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Almost a century after World War I’s first battles were fought, its lessons about the high costs of modern warfare still resonate with today’s readers. The coming months will see the publication of a diverse group of new novels about “the Great War” and its legacy.

Romance Reviews | October 15, 2013

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Reviews of Lady Jenny’s Christmas Portrait, Christmas on Main Street, When the Marquess Met His Match, plus a full list of Romance Reviews from October 15, 2013.

Xpress Reviews: Fiction | First Look at New Books, October 25, 2013

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Erotica, take two, from Adeline; a solid technothriller from Loomis; Ripperologists and Victorian enthusiasts will be wholly satisfied by Matthews latest; Segal creates unique, fully flesh-out characters in Half the Kingdom

Fiction Reviews | October 15, 2013

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Reviews of Andrew’s Brain, Jeeves and the Wedding Bells, The Ghost of the Mary Celeste, plus a full listing of Fiction titles from the October 15, 2013 issue.

Crime, Italian-Style

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Some new titles on crime in Italy, some written by Italians, all by authors who love the country’s contrary and colorful ways.

Deck the Shelves

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There’s plenty of love and mayhem for readers this holiday season, with several series installments, Christmas anthologies, and some starred stand-alones, too!

Xpress Reviews: Fiction | First Look at New Books, October 18, 2013

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Eagerly awaited: the new Eggers and a self-published effort from Scotch that will appeal to fans of smart women’s fiction

A New Breed of Romance

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A genre spotlight on romance.

Xpress Reviews: E-Originals | First Look at New Books, October 18, 2013

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Knox wraps her intricate sf trilogy, Bruce offers a contemporary British police procedural, Fyfield is one of the best at understanding the human psyche, Helm delivers likable characters and a solid plot, Witt’s trilogy closes with an action-packed finish

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