Reading as Counterprogramming | Wyatt’s World

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Politics has likely dominated many conversations this week and will continue to do so in the days and months to follow. For readers who need to step away for a bit, here’s an eclectic group of choices.

Audiobooks from Hart, Leon, Reynolds, Scottoline & Serritella, and Silva | Xpress Reviews

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Kate Reading does an excellent job narrating Hart’s Don’t Go Home; Commissario Brunetti investigates a stalking; Reynolds restricts himself here to a deadly dilemma; mother and daughter Scottoline and Serritella team up again; Silva is highly recommended for all Gabriel Allon fans

Thrilling Readers | Wyatt’s World

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Suggest these five narrators to listeners hoping for mysteries and an electrified atmosphere

Silva’s The English Girl | RA Crossroads

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LJ‘s readers’ advisory column stars Silva’s spy master Gabriel Allon then directs readers to Child’s The Hard Way, Steinhauer’s The Tourist, and more

Fertile Ground: Jewish Literature | Collection Development, July 2013

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Ask three people what constitutes a Jewish book, and you’ll get four answers. These 25 titles focus on “Jewish themes’ of identity, family, the relationship with a supreme deity, and more.

Xpress Reviews: Fiction | First Look at New Books, June 21, 2013

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A fine sendoff from Banks, a new domestic thriller from Barclay, a treat for fans of historical fiction, a whirlwind thriller from Palmer, a fantasy series launch from Preston, a sure bet from Silva, and Willett’s funny and whip-smart take on the modern book world

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Coming Attractions

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Coming Attractions