World War II Stories | Wyatt’s World

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With the trailers arriving for Their Finest and The Zookeeper’s Wife, and the news that the British drama series Home Fires is returning to PBS, it’s a good time to build a World War II display. There are plenty of new books to add to the wealth of backlist titles.

February 2017 LibraryReads

Norse Mythology

With the new year in full swing, there is no question that this issue of LibraryReads will bring you new and exciting adventures. This month’s list includes master storyteller Neil Gaiman’s retelling of Norse myths; Clare Mackintosh introduces us to her new thriller I See You; while Alex George pulls at our heartstrings with a story of friendship, pain, and hope.

Fiction from Ashford, Goldreich, Hannaham, Herron, and Ryan, plus Three Debuts | Xpress Reviews

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An illuminating debut from Ackerman, an absorbing romance from Ashford, historical fiction from Goldreich, an eye-opening standout from Hannaham, domestic fiction from Herron, art out of tragedy from Léger, a wild ride from Ryan

E-Originals from MacMeans, Matthews, Ryan, & Thomas, plus a Debut | Xpress Reviews

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A teetotaler meets the Whisky Laird, baseball scores in Matthews’s latest, a debut historical hits the romance sweet spots, Ryan adds to her McBrides canon, and sexy romantic suspense from Thomas

Xpress Reviews: E-Originals | First Look at New Books, March 28, 2014

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A charming and intriguing dragon tale from Christensen, a strong female protagonist from Hackett, Layne offers up book three in her “Sex, Love & Stiletto” series, Ryan’s latest sees her plucky heroine Falling for Owen

Xpress Reviews: E-Originals | First Look at New Books, December 13, 2013

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A holiday trio of cowboy goodies, a heart-melting romance from DeLeo, the first bite of Knox’s latest, and love-squared from Mae

Xpress Reviews: E-Orignals | First Look at New Books, October 25, 2013

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Bearish behavior from Arend, Victorian London magic from Charles, London goes steampunk in Cooper’s latest, Mims’s characters must make a Solomon’s Choice, more family suspense from Ryan