Fiction from Evans, Miller, Peacock, Wilhide, and Two Debuts | Xpress Reviews

Mazzola’s debut draws on the notorious 1837 Edgware Road murder; Miller has created a quirky, relatable family; Murphy’s imaginative debut is a haunting ghost story and a thrilling mystery; Peacock’s second novel may appeal to readers of Sue Monk Kidd; two stories focus on filmmaking during World War II

LJ’s Reviews of RUSA’s Top Genre Fiction | ALA Midwinter 2016

At the American Library Association’s Midwinter Meeting in Boston, the Reference & User Services Association’s (RUSA) Reading List Council, made up of 12 expert readers’ advisory and collection development librarians, announced the 2016 selections of the Reading List, an annual best-of list comprised of eight different fiction genres for adult readers. A short list of honor […]

Kosmatka’s Otherwordly Thriller, McLain’s Beryl Markham, North’s Solid Sophomore Effort, & More | Fiction Reviews, May 15, 2015

Kosmatka brilliantly probes scientific discovery and its effects on the world; McLain vividly introduces the enigmatic Beryl Markham to a new generation of readers; Dave offers fast-moving chapters and snappy dialog; Sanna’s a strong choice for book clubs

“Disparate” Reads from Glocks to Artisanal Pencil Sharpening | Books for Dudes

Books for Dudes: “Disparate” Reads from Glocks to Artisanal Pencil Sharpening