Fiction from Campion, Grimes, Koontz, Kunstler, & Much More | Xpress Reviews

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Love stories from Grand Central Terminal, English medieval history, coming of age on the Underground Railroad, more Richard Jury, Little Bighorn storytelling, love comes to Jane Austen, a dynamite stand-alone from Koontz, Netzer’s literary fiction, Ulysse’s Caribbean fiction, a terrific romance from York

Philosophy, June 2014 | Best Sellers

October 2013 to date as identified by YBP Library Services

Summer Begins | What We’re Reading

The Birth of Korean Cool

It’s the first week of summer, and the LJ/School Library Journal crew meets new and old friends, explores diverse voices in nonfiction and fiction, and gleefully waits for horrible things to happen.

Reminder: Don’t Miss the Great United for Libraries Panels at ALA

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Last week, I highlighted United for Libraries’ great author events, and here’s a final reminder to check them out. They start first thing on Saturday, June 28, at 8:30 a.m. with Isn’t It Romantic and include Quirky Books for Quirky Librarians (Saturday, June 28, at 3:00 p.m.), the ever-popular First Author, First Book (Sunday, June […]

Last Chance To Get Your 2014 ALA Galley & Signing Guide

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The 2014 ALA Galley & Signing Guide is in production and should be reaching your inbox in the next 24 hours. It’s one of the biggest yet, with some 350 titles—certainly, more titles than were available for distribution  at last month’s BookExpo America. Even with all my work on Prepub Alert, I discovered new titles […]

Daddy Issues | Memoir

Getting Waisted

It’s June, time for some dad stories, tales of family and friendship, weighty discussions, and a round or two of miniature golf.

Nonfiction on Route 66 and Photos of Sharon Tate | Xpress Reviews

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A famed American highway in all its postcard glory; an intimate photo-bio of actress Sharon Tate by her sister

Graphic Novels from Cho, Delporte, and Kafka & Godbout

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A moving, beautifully drawn, and thought-provoking book from Cho, a distinctive work from Delporte, a fitting adaptation by Godbout of Kafka’s American dream

Fiction from Andersen, Bretherick, and Mishani, plus a Lost Beckett | Xpress Reviews

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Andersen’s Boleyn trilogy comes to an end, the unearthing of Beckett’s Echo’s Bones, 19th-century Turin figures in Bretherick’s historical crime fiction, and an exceptional police procedural from Mishani

E-Originals from Ashe, Auclair, Parr, and a Pair of Paranormals | Xpress Reviews

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A fairy helps a workaholic find love, a divorced couple reconsider their relationship, childhood pals finally face their feelings, and a debut paranormal series features suspense and high-octane vampire sex

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