French’s Latest Dublin Murder, Mandel’s Breakout; Miller on 20th-Century American History | Audiobook Reviews, November 15, 2014

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Nerve-wracking psychological suspense, excellently narrated by Hogan and Hutchinson; Potter demonstrates her talent and tells Mandel’s story of the survivors of a worldwide pandemic; Jazz Age Manhattan, endlessly appealing.

Still Scared | What We’re Reading

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LJ and School Library Journal staffers’ post-Halloween reads and some guest appearances by a debut author and book review journalists

Batman, Essays, Mazes, Clones, and Breaking the World Shouting Record | What We’re Reading

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LJ and School Library Journal staffers carry the WWR flag into the world of clones, mazes, and bat caves.

Star-Crossed Fiction from Brunt, Chávez, French, Kingsbury, & Willig | Xpress Reviews

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Politics warts and all, Chicano literature from Chávez, French is back with the Dublin Murder Squad, Kingsbury’s angels are at it again, Willig inches closer to her final Pink title

Cavett, Gaiman, Gowns, Nuts, Birds, and Rainbows | What We’re Reading

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This is a week of exotic and dystopic; gowns, girls, and speaking squirrels; TV talkers and phone callers; and Neverwhere, London, for the LJand SLJ crew.

Irish Crime: Mysterious Reading for St. Patrick’s Day | Wyatt’s World

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Cozy meets historical meets thriller meets action; five mysteries and a lot of Ireland

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