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

Feehan, Kleypas, Long, Shalvis, Debuter Kelly, plus Obits & RWA News | Romance Reviews, June 15, 2016

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If you work in a public library, things don’t really slow down in the summer, with the young folks out of school and summer reading programs in full swing. Still, if your summertime livin’ isn’t easy, there’s no reason why your readin’ can’t make the days a lot more fun.

Best Books 2015: E-Originals

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With the rise of digital-only imprints from traditional publishers added to the indie and self-pub offerings, the world of e-originals is wide open. See our Best E-Originals of the year

Early Mantel, Brand-new King, & a Leprechaun Bachelor Party | November Audio in Advance | Fiction

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Audio in Advance offers previews of selected audiobooks two months ahead of publication, along with recommended picks and occasional interviews with notable authors and narrators. Andersen, Hans Christian. The Snow Queen and Other Stories. Naxos. Read by Clare Corbett. Fairy tale fans and Frozen-philes interested in exploring the film’s source material will want to listen […]

Xpress Reviews: Audiobooks | First Look at New Books, July 19, 2013

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Forensic fiction enters Black’s “Theresa MacLean” series; Alex Cross busts another party; Singh’s futuristic world comes to life in four changeling stories; one man’s 1856 journey into the wilderness of Gabon to study a gorilla; tsunami survivor and debut author Deraniyagala’s account of loss and recovery