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Paull’s Debut of the Month, Time Travel from Gregory, Harris Launches Texas Trilogy | SF/Fantasy Reviews

The Bees

Butcher’s Skin Game is urban fantasy par excellence, Gregory takes on Big Pharma, Harris’s Midnight Crossroad accepts the unbelievable and fantastical, The Bees and an independent thinker, and more

E-Original Bondage Romance from Archer & Historical Romance from Ballance | Xpress Reviews

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The eroticism of bondage from Archer; Ballance’s latest oozes dark family suspense, scandal, and witchcraft; an unconvincing romance from Everly

Pushing Boundaries | Mystery Preview 2014

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Year after year, mystery remains the number one circulating genre in libraries, as LJ’s annual materials buying survey reveals. While fans have their favorite cozy, police procedural, or historical thriller, the increasing number of releases that allow readers to cross the boundaries from one genre to another in the same book proves that today there is no one true way of presenting this beloved genre.

Taking a Chance: Jason Pinter | Publisher Profile

Jason Pinter

Jason Pinter is the best-selling author of the Henry Parker series, including The Fury and The Darkness, and the children’s book Zeke Bartholomew: Superspy! Before launching his thriller writing career, Pinter worked as a book editor for five years at three major publishing houses. Pinter reveals why he decided to take a leap and start his own digital publishing company, Polis Books.

Women in Blue: Q&A with Karin Slaughter

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Karin Slaughter is a New York Times and international best-selling author, with over 30 million copies of her books sold worldwide. Best known for her Grant County and Will Trent series, Slaughter now travels back to 1970s Atlanta in her new stand-alone title, Cop Town (Delacorte, Jun.). Introducing two female police officers at different points in their investigative careers, Slaughter highlights not only a thrilling crime but a historical view of women entering a predominantly male profession.

Ebook Romance from Evans & Sands (Historicals), Gail (Paranormal), and Steamy Hunter | Xpress Reviews

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A “disgraced lord” meets his match in this historical romance from Evans, alternating points of view frame the characters in Gail’s paranormal, a Western series jumps off with a sassy Montana romp, Sands tale is fun and frothy

Salvalaggio’s Debut of the Month, Johnson’s Next Longmire Mystery, & the Series Lineup | Mystery Reviews

Any Other Name

Reviews of Eileen Brady’s Muzzled, Craig Johnson’s Any Other Name, Frank Lentricchia’s The Dog Killer of Utica, Karin Salvalaggio’s Bone Dust White, new Series Lineup, and a list of titles from the April 1 issue.

Xpress Reviews: E-Originals | First Look at New Books, April 4, 2014

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A paranormal page-turner from Collins, beautiful character development from Cross, a historical romance with a lot going on from Everett, and a female protagonist in an atypical romance role from Kayn

Spring Best Debuts

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An array of first novels that display the creativity and imagination rampant in today’s fiction. Libraries need to take note.

Science Fiction/Fantasy Reviews | March 15, 2014

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Reviews of Rjurik Davidson’s Unwrapped Sky, Katherine Addison’s The Goblin Emperor, Adam Christopher’s The Burning Dark, and a list of titles from the March 15 issue.

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