Abercrombie, Charish’s Debut of the Month, Tregillis | SF/Fantasy Reviews, January 2015

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Abercrombie’s tough and determined heroine is a big draw, exotic settings and rollicking adventure from Charish, Tregillis presents a fascinating look at the nature of free will and the existence of the soul.

Sykes’s Debut of the Month, with Gates, Thomas, Eurocrime, and New Series Lineup | Mystery Reviews, January 2015

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Sykes adds an intricate and intriguing debut to the ever-widening pool of medieval-era mysteries; an unusual (and real) setting from Gates; Thomas does not disappoint; Neuhaus manages a large cast of characters while skillfully executing plot twists.

Q&A with Carlene Thompson | Sponsored

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Carlene Thompson’s latest, Can’t Find My Way Home, an intriguing suspense novel about family secrets and serial murders, is set to come out in February 2015 in the US. NOTE: This interview was sponsored by Severn House, and produced and published by LJ.

E-Originals from Boykin, LeCoeur, Maxfield, Porter, plus a Christmas Quartet | Xpress Reviews

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Tule Pub. adds to its canon with Christmas stories from Boykin and Porter, plus a quartet of tales about celebrating in the Big Apple; LeCoeur entrances with a historical Big Easy tale; and Maxfield’s characters leap off the page

Protecting the King | African American Fiction (And More!)

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Demand will soar for Dickey, Allen’s solid story alternates between romance and crime fiction, Mink is on top of her game creating great side characters and a flawed protagonist who tries to do the right thing.

Dreyer, Florand, Kramer, MacLean | Romance Reviews, December 2014

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Dreyer’s smart, savvy heroine and a dashing “White Knight,” Florand’s delicious story will appeal across genre lines, Kramer’s sexy-sweet romp is sassy, funny, and redolent with Low-Country charm, a satisfying conclusion to MacLean’s remarkable quartet.

Bear, Gordon’s Debut of the Month, Schwab, Holiday Shopping, Series Lineup | SF/Fantasy Reviews, December 2014

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In the world of mixing up genres and making something new, it would be hard to find a more striking example than the genre of steampunk. Gadgets and airships, plus corsets and high tea—irresistible!

Blaedel, Graves, Khan’s Debut of the Month, New Series Lineup | Mystery Reviews, December 2014

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In this month’s mysteries, killers strike in small towns in Maine, Missouri, and New York, along with Canada, Denmark, and France. We also have Khan’s intensely memorable debut, two excellent British historicals, and a slew of solid series.

E-Originals from Burke, Cullinan, Griffin & Michaels, Hart, & a Debut | Xpress Reviews

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Family drama from Burke, a love letter to librarians from Cullinan, a fabulous sequel from Griffin and Michaels, a dynamically written series opener from Hart, and a debut that shows wonderful storytelling ability

Best Sellers | Romance, December 2014

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Roberts’s Blood Magick, Carr’s The Promise, and Moyes’s The Ship of Brides

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