Q&A: Susanna Kaysen

Susanna Kaysen

Kaysen talks to LJ about her new novel, Cambridge, set in 1950s Massachusetts

Cyber-War, Humor from Novak, World War II Drama by Vanderbes, & More | Audiobook Reviews

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Disturbing but important, Cyber-War is recommended to all listeners, Novak’s collection is strong enough to appeal to discriminating fans, Vanderbes authentically renders character-driven stories, and a list of titles from the May 1 issue.

Audiobooks by Cussler & Frost & Hayder & Kenyon & Lu | Xpress Reviews

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A new Cussler for action fans, fiction fans should enjoy Ford’s latest, Hayder brings back Caffery and Flea, a solid story from Kenyon’s “Dark-Hunter” series, suspense, unexpected twists, and unrequited love from Lu

Audiobook fiction from Andrews, Dallas, Evanovich, Haddam; Economics from Munk | Xpress Reviews

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A blissful novella from Andrews, a satisfying story of the South from Dallas, a disappointing outing from Evanovich, mystery for Haddam fans, an economic cautionary tale from Munk

Audiobooks from Abé & Card & Chiaverini & Kingsbury & Wood | Xpress Reviews

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Abé for paranormal fans, Aw for Asian fiction fans, a new Ender’s Game, Civil War espionage from Chiaverini, ethical dilemmas from Kingsbury, an excellent pairing of voice and text in Wood’s The Killer

Xpress Reviews: Audiobooks | First Look at New Books, April 4, 2014

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The narration might put off readers of Thursdays in the Park, Byrd’s Roses Have Thorns is for historical fiction fans, urban fantasy from Galenorn, time travel from James, intrigue and swashbuckling fantasy from Wells

Xpress Reviews: Audiobooks | First Look at New Boooks, March 28, 2014

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A YA first for Berry; a fast-paced action-driver thriller from Child; nonstop action, inventive dangers, and a surprising conclusion from De la Cruz, the under-30 crowd will be drawn to Lin’s Taipei, more Michael Bennett from Patterson and Ledwidge, Scottoline’s new “Rosato & Associates” title is highly recommended

Audio Reviews | March 1, 2014

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Reviews of Sue Monk Kidd’s The Invention of Wings, Alexander McCall Smith’s The Minor Adjustment Beauty Salon, Rosalind Wiseman’s Masterminds & Wingmen: Helping Our Boys Cope with Schoolyard Power, Locker-Room Tests, Girlfriends, and the New Rules of Boy World, Mark Billingham’s Sleepyhead and Scaredy Cat, Jeff Guinn’s Manson, Anne Rule’s Practice To Deceive, and a list of titles from the March 1 issue.

Q&A Sue Monk Kidd

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LJ talks to Sue Monk Kidd about her latest novel The Invention of Wings

Xpress Reviews: Audiobooks | First Look at New Books, February 28, 2014

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More Caffery and Marley from Hayder, The Boy Who Could See Demons, a fast-paced sequel from Lu, Mazzetti on the truth behind the War on Terror, a compelling crime story from Schwegel

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