Graphic Novels from Davodeau and Fraction & Co. | Xpress Reviews

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Readers embark on a thought-provoking journey with Davodeau; Fraction and Company eschew worldbuilding in favor of sexbots and gunfights

Fiction from Coben and Gaynor, plus Ettinger’s Debut | Xpress Reviews

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A new kind of thriller from Coben, a tidily satisfying historical novel from Gaylor, and a breathtaking debut novel from longtime LGBTQ activist Ettinger

Graphic Novels from Cunningham and Stok | Xpress Reviews

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An economics treatise that would have worked better as a nonvisual essay; an emotional, informative, and inspirational biography of van Gogh

Nonfiction from Loy on A New Buddhist Path | Xpress Reviews

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Loy’s latest presents an accessible entry point to those interested in modern tenets of Buddhism

Fiction from Cooper, LeCraw, Morgan, and Reilly | Xpress Reviews

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A gripping story from Cooper, a Southern Greek tragedy from LeCraw, a warmhearted romance from Morgan, sf/fantasy and dragons from Reilly

E-Original Romances from Arend, Cole, Hughes, and Debut Novelist Platt | Xpress Reviews

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A snowstorm, a hunting cabin, and two wary lovers; a confident African American heroine and a smart, sexy Korean hero; blooming love story and a reversal of hero/villain roles; a debut with a strong-minded female and a Highlander, oh my!

Audiobooks by Cussler, Hamilton, Higgins, McCullough, Matthiessen, & Stone | Xpress Reviews

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Another highly recommended Cussler, more Merry Gentry from Hamilton, an intriguing Irish setting from Higgins, politics Down Under from McCullough, a Holocaust medication from Matthiessen, a father’s quest for justice from Stone

Graphic Novels from Ikeda and Loeb & others | Xpress Reviews

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The yuri genre gets translated into English with two from Ikeda; Loeb and company gloriously rerelease Superman for All Seasons

Fiction from Bostwick, Greiman, Hruska, & Seymour | Xpress Reviews

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Fans of family relationships will take to Bostwick’s latest, Greiman introduces a new series, a sappy ending in Hruska’s new title won’t appeal, and Seymour’s Outsiders has a slow burn but certainly catches fire

Nonfiction on Schiele, Opera Portraiture, and Computer Algorithms & Data Analysis | Xpress Reviews

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Readers will relish these examples of Schiele’s edgy work, an appealing coffee-table book for opera fans, the harm caused by the unchecked use of computer algorithms to collect and analyze data

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