Mystery, October 2016 | Best Sellers

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From J.D. Robb and Karin Slaughter to Craig Johnson and William Kent Krueger

LJ Fiction Reviews: November 15, 2016

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Debuter Fabiaschi is a perfect choice for book clubs; an enthralling retelling of the women of Troy; recent Jewish fiction; a roundup of top indie picks; graphic novels for Black History Month; for fans of magic-based fantasy, Shinn blends a potent brew of politics and alchemy

E-Originals from Joyce and Varlet, with Debuter Stuart | Xpress Reviews

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Joyce’s follow-up romance is a can’t-miss for series fans; much happens in five days in between sultry sex scenes in Stuart’s debut; readers will be glued to the love story between Z and Connelly while kept in suspense about the shady dealings at the club

Heating Things Up | Erotica Reviews, November 1, 2016

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In addition to queer naughtiness, kinky Christmas “gifts,” and a delightfully dirty historical novel with momentum, mystery, and plenty of passion, we also take a look at two sizzling summer erotica events

Q&A: Katherine Reay, Author of A Portrait of Emily Price

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Katherine Reay made her fiction debut in 2013 with Dear Mr. Knightly, a romantic tale with a soupçon of Jane Austen and new adult appeal. Her novels incorporate literary references with story lines about young women making crucial life decisions.

Ella’s Debut of the Month, Clipston, Wiseman, Reay, Series Lineup, ACFW News | Christian Fiction Reviews, November 1, 2016

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DESPITE REPORTS of falling print sales and last year’s shuttering of the fiction imprint of Abingdon Press, the announcement in April of a new CF publisher shows that life remains in the genre.

Diversity Is No Mystery | Collection Development: Diverse Mysteries, November 1, 2016

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The We Need Diverse Books grassroots movement is opening the way for new voices to be heard in adult genres as well as youth, including crime fiction and mysteries. These 20 titles, plus e-resources, will offer your patrons a world of options.

E-Original from Calista Fox’s “Burned Deep” Series | Xpress Reviews

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Prepare for action, sex appeal, and bulging biceps as this hunky bodyguard protects his lady love in the latest from Calista Fox

E-Originals from Cornwall, Meredith, and Smith | Xpress Reviews

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This latest from Cornwall is for die-hard fans of Scottish stories; Meredith has added her own spin to Adair’s Kindle World with this middling novella; readers will enjoy the interactions in Smith’s well-written fantasy romance

Johansen’s Pick of the Month, Bonesteel, Cain, Itäranta, Liu, Hugo Awards & New Series Lineup | SF/Fantasy Reviews, October 15, 2016

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ANOTHER HALLOWEEN season is upon us, and this October brings several frightful treats, including L.X. Cain’s Bloodwalker, S.L. Grey’s The Apartment, and the new anthology Nightmares, edited by Ellen Datlow.