Q&A: Natasha Pulley | Debut Spotlight, November 15, 2015

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An enthralling, immersive story about a watchmaker who remembers the future and a telegraphist forced to turn spy, Natasha Pulley’s debut, The Watchmaker of Filigree Street, is a brilliant example of speculative fiction

Fiction from Taylor and Debuter Trilivas | Xpress Reviews

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Slick, exciting action and credible complexity are the hallmarks of Taylor’s high-caliber thrillers, and this latest installment does not disappoint; Trilivas’s debut will leave you travel hungry and somewhat dissatisfied with daily life—an enjoyable and light read

Fiction from Chamberlain, Kinsella, and Rowell | Xpress Reviews

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Chamberlain latest will be popular with contemporary fiction fans, readers will be scrambling to get their hands on Kinsella’s latest installment, Rowell aficionados will be clamoring for this coming-of-age novel

The Muralist by B.A. Shapiro | LJ Review

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The author of The Art Forger returns to the art world in The Muralist. a noirish intrigue and fine-art detective story that ably intersects the early years of the abstract expressionist movement with the run-up to World War II and the institutionalized anti-Semitism that denied American visas to Jewish refugees.

LJ Fiction Reviews: November 1, 2015

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Winners of the Jerry Jenkins Writers Guild Operation First Novel Contest, festive inspirational CF, top fall indie fiction, recent Jewish fiction, plus riveting new entries from Crais, Eco, Preston/Child

Top Fall Indie Fiction: Best Bets Beyond the Big-House Titles

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Banansky offers a sleekly told puzzle piece that snares readers to the end; Kloss’s epic Revelator has a feel of dark, ferocious beauty; you’ll trust Kid Moses; Glacier is gorgeously and urgently written

Recent Jewish Fiction: Celebrate Jewish Book Month with These 11 Titles and Read-Alikes

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Jewish Book Month, November 6–December 6, provides the perfect opportunity to explore the varied themes presented here.

Reading the World | Fiction in Translation

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New fiction in translation from smaller presses includes literary titles, YA, and more.

Lives, Loves, Losses: Books for Black History Month and Beyond

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Stunning memoir, fiction, poetry; thought-provoking history, political science, sociology; and fun mystery, romance, erotica to satisfy and stir readers all year round.

Fiction from Galbraith, Kilpack, Moggach, & the late Rendell | Xpress Reviews

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Galbraith continues to develop interestingly flawed characters; readers will shake their heads over Kilpack’s frustrating hero; fans of Moggach will be disappointed; Rendell’s latest (perhaps last) portrayal of a psychological quagmire