Fiction from Coben and Gaynor, plus Ettinger’s Debut | Xpress Reviews

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A new kind of thriller from Coben, a tidily satisfying historical novel from Gaylor, and a breathtaking debut novel from longtime LGBTQ activist Ettinger

Q&A: LaShonda Katrice Barnett | Debut Authors, February 15, 2015

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Barnett’s compelling and acclaimed debut novel, Jam on the Vine, shines a spotlight on the crucial role the black press played in the lives of African Americans after the Civil War.

Anticipations: Books Long Awaited | Wyatt’s World

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Valentine’s Day reading does not have to be limited to the Romance genre. It can also be centered on books readers have been yearning to experience for some time.

Kate Alcott, Yasmina Khadra, Olen Steinhauer, Anne Tyler, & Others | Fiction Reviews, February 1, 2015

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Reading groups will devour Khadra’s excellent work; Steinhauer’s genre-bending spy novel takes Hitchcockian suspense to new heights; Tyler continues to dazzle; Buckingham spins a tense, modern thriller; Alcott tackles Hollywood.

New Novelists Cameron, Herbert, Levy, Renehan, Womack, & Others | Debut Fiction, February 1, 2015

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Dark humor and satisfying twists from Cameron; smart, snappy dialog and fun, likable characters from Conrad; soul food and sassy characters combine in Herbert’s debut; Levy’s story is well crafted, atmospheric, and whimsical.

Fiction from Cooper, LeCraw, Morgan, and Reilly | Xpress Reviews

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A gripping story from Cooper, a Southern Greek tragedy from LeCraw, a warmhearted romance from Morgan, sf/fantasy and dragons from Reilly

Franklin and Norman’s Siege Winter | RA Crossroads

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The final book written by Ariana Franklin and assuredly completed by her daughter Samantha Norman, is a grand yet intimate historic adventure that weaves the fates of three women and highlights the full force of the Anarchy of England.

Fiction from Bostwick, Greiman, Hruska, & Seymour | Xpress Reviews

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Fans of family relationships will take to Bostwick’s latest, Greiman introduces a new series, a sappy ending in Hruska’s new title won’t appeal, and Seymour’s Outsiders has a slow burn but certainly catches fire

Short Stories Collections | Wyatt’s World

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Gaiman gets under the skin with Trigger Warning; Heiny garners praise for Single, Carefree, Mellow; Link returns with Get in Trouble; debut collections from Pelecanos, Pierce.

Fiction from Lawson, O’Reilly, Rhoades, and Robb, plus a U.S. Debut | Xpress Reviews

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Cross makes his U.S. debut with a harrowing thriller, a riveting historical mystery from Lawson, a disappointment from O’Reilly, Rhoades’s Keller is a fun character to root for, and Robb’s latest “In Death” title is highly recommended

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