Fiction from Harris, Mack, Morton, Strout, and Wells | Xpress Reviews

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Harris limns Cicero, Mack’s Maisie gets Choked Up, Morton’s latest features gothic undertones, Strout’s Lucy is highly recommended, Wells’s comic mystery is shouting “series”

Mystery and More: Kate Morton’s Carefully Structured The Lake House Has Broad Appeal

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History, mystery, a split yet deftly interlocking time frame, the complexities of family, the sweep of England’s grand country homes—of course it’s a Kate Morton novel.

Xpress Reviews: Fiction | First Look at New Books, October 26, 2012

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The stress of surrogacy in a gay relationship, secrets from World War II are revealed to an unexpected ending, musician siblings encounter American GIs in 1942 Australia

RA Crossroads: What To Watch (and Read) After Downton Abbey

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RA Crossroads: What To Watch (and Read) After Downton Abbey