New Year, Old and New Books | What We’re Reading

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This week, the Library Journal/School Library Journal staffers escape the ice and snow and read (more) about a Beatle, the Bennets’ servants, the pangs of grief, and the chicness of the French.

Last Pages of 2013 | What We’re Reading

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S/LJ staffers ring out the old year with some new and old books.

Xpress Reviews: Audiobooks | First Look at New Books, December 6, 2013

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Fielding reads a brilliant and inventive Baker, Bramhall is flawless with Belfoure’s first novel, Keteyian & Benedict peel back the shiny veneer of major college football, wrenching ethical dilemmas from Fink, Van Gieson’s series starter

Works I Am Thankful For | Wyatt’s World

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Five (of the many) titles published in 2013 for which I am grateful.

Historical Fiction: Back-to-School Reading for Grown-Ups | Wyatt’s World

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A woman fights for her rights in 19th-century New York City; a horrific murder in Iceland, 1829, sends the accused to a remote farm; the Emerald city meets the Depression; Austen’s Darcy and Elizabeth are recast; a young slave’s narrative revives the journey of John Brown to Harpers Ferry

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