Fiction from Berne, Crais, Glickman, Guild, Holohan, Koontz, Reed, & Thomas | Xpress Reviews

Readers who can wait for Alasdair’s redemption will be rewarded; Crais delivers another highly satisfying page-turner; fans of historical novels and Greek myth will thoroughly enjoy this book; plenty of twists and turns into the light and dark of human nature; oontz delivers another winner; bound to attract readers who enjoy authors specializing in Victorian crime fiction

Fiction from Connelly, Healy, Hearne, Koontz, Kuhn, Mallery, plus Two Debuts | Xpress Reviews

Put this one in your beach bag; fans will clamor for Connelly’s new protagonist, a female Bosch; Healy delivers a striking, heartbreaking story; this compact volume affirms the strength of Hearne’s urban fantasy series; this new (series!) heroine from Koontz is bound to be an immediate hit; urban fantasy fans seeking novels featuring diverse protagonists should snap up Kuhn’s works; for romance fans and admirers of fresh women’s fiction; debut novelist Maynard crafted a heartwarming coming-of-age story

Timely Titles: FBI Fiction | Wyatt’s World

From Margaret Truman to Thomas Harris to James Patterson, authors of FBI fiction continue to build on a rich tradition and a long backlist. Considering recent headlines, now is a good time to generate a display and suggest titles. Below are some newer novels and one classic.

Audiobooks from Connelly, DuBrul, Koontz, Kubica, Santamaria, Scalzi, & Wright | Xpress Reviews

Talkin’ audio, with Harry Bosch, DuBrul’s palpable adventure, a taut thriller from Koontz, Kubica’s three-dimensional story, the woman in C.S. Lewis’s life, a team approach on Scalzi, and more disguises for Kathleen Stone

LibraryReads January 2016

Some welcome nonfiction makes the first LibraryReads list of the new year, with librarians favoring Bill Bryson’s latest as one of January’s best reads. Beloved fiction authors make the list too, with titles by Elizabeth Strout, Dean Koontz, and Ian Rankin also on librarians’ bedside tables. Interested in getting involved in LibraryReads, the monthly list […]

Audiobooks from Ebrahim, Huneven, Koontz, Lang, O’Neal, & Raybourn | Xpress Reviews

An emotional memoir, the compelling nature of obsessive love, a disconcerting mood and spooky atmosphere from Koontz, a family seeking connection, a sweet story without much substance, a romantic thriller set between the wars

Audiobooks from Armstrong, Grecian, Koontz, Parks, Quinn, & Williams, plus John & Yoko | Xpress Reviews

Armstrong’s fans will enjoy, Jack the Ripper returns via Grecian, a stand-alone from Koontz, a pair flirting with destiny, interviews with John Lennon and Yoko Ono, a solid twist from Williams

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

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

Fiction Reviews | November 1, 2013

Reviews of The First Phone Call from Heaven, The Weight of Blood, and Innocence, plus a full list of Fiction reviews from the November 1, 2013 issue.

Moustaches, Manuals & Making Magic Happen | Books for Dudes

Doug Lord discusses two categories of books worth reading.