Fiction from Banner, Connelly, Flagg, Koike, and Singh, plus an Icelandic Debut | Xpress Reviews

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This solid read will please both Connelly’s longtime fans; die-hard Flagg admirers will enjoy this latest title; Jonasson’s debut has transformed the locked-room myster; a translated work to please Asian horror fans; Singh’s latest series entry continues to set the bar high

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

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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

Worthy Reads for Busy Dudes | Books for Dudes

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Feb ’16’s BFD features seven worthy books and makes an appeal for a less-than-stellar series and, unusually, a magazine.

Fiction by Brennan, Connelly, Everett, and Tucker | Xpress Reviews

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The latest Bosch novel moves quickly and keeps readers’ attention; readers who like Baldacci’s intricate plots will immerse themselves in Connelly’s new offering; Half Inch of Water will appeal to lovers of literary and nature fiction

Stars for Connelly’s New Procedural, Heiny’s Debut, and Robertson’s Complex Historical | Fiction Reviews

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Connelly pens an intricate and fascinating procedural, talented Heiny offers essential reading for short story and fiction lovers, Paris in Winter is a sure bet and most likely the next big hit of any book discussion group

Xpress Reviews: Fiction | First Look at New Books, November 8, 2013

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Aficionados of legal thrilllers and series fans will enjoy Connelly’s latest, plenty of fly-fishing details and outdoor adventure from McCafferty, and a talent for balancing great character development with fast-paced action from Wood

Xpress Reviews: Fiction | First Look at New Books, October 12, 2012

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Burrowes’s latest Windham historical, a 19th Harry Bosch from Connelly, DeMille sets Corey after the Panther, and Rowling adds to her canon with “The Casual Vacancy”

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