Stibbe’s Man at the Helm | RA Crossroads


The joy of Stibbe’s first novel, after her highly praised memoir, Love, Nina is how funny and sly it is, how gracefully it advances, and how perfectly and rather suddenly it all ends.

Resolution Reading | Wyatt’s World

As Chimney Sweepers Come to Dust

January arrives with new books and resolutions—to clean up, be more productive, and lose weight (among many other things). Display possibilities are endless, from new hits to past favorites. Here are five titles to suggest and showcase.

Spotlight on Alan Bradley | LibraryReads Author, January 2015


Interview with LibraryReads No. 1 vote getter Bradley, author of As Chimney Sweepers Come to Dust.

Fiction from Bradley, Evanovich & Goldberg, Hochgatterer, Nehme, & Others | Xpress Reviews


An engaging heroine in a delightful series from Bradley, Evanovich and Goldberg team up for their third rollicking adventure, a stand-alone thriller from best-selling Grippando, film blogger Nehme is highly recommended, Sternbergh’s characterizations are spare and vivid, Wood calls for concentration.

Mystery Reviews | January 2014


CElebrate the new year by welcoming a fresh generation of fictional detectives who are ready to capture your imagination and loyalty. This month you’ll meet up with a number of sleuths on their second, third, or fourth entries—just the right time to present your patrons with a bundle of good reads. Familiar formulas are slightly […]

Rooftops, Rockers, Rah-Rah-Rah! | What We’re Reading


This week the School Library Journal and Library Journal staffers prance on Paris rooftops, sidle up to sisterhood, croon with a cult rocker, follow a fierce foodie, fish for fun facts, and navigate NetGalley.


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