Political Leadership, Hot Flashes, the Penal System, Being a Gardener, & Homesteading | Xpress Reviews

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Myths of political leadership, cooling off hot flashes, crime and punishment, Kennedy’s life as a gardener, an enjoyable read on homesteading

E-Romance from Gay, McKenna, Owens, & Trent, plus Something New from Quinn | Xpress Reviews

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Regency Scandal from Gay, a librarian in over her head in McKenna’s latest, a sweet M/M tale from Owens, romance takes a backseat to Quinn’s story of friendship between women

Poetry from David Kirby | Xpress Reviews

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Kirby’s poems provide a grounded and meaningful space to visit and stay for a while

Graphic Novels from Bendis, Dawson, DeForge, Edmondson, & Yanow | Xpress Reviews

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Classic Marvel X-Men, for disillusioned counterculturalists, avant-garde work from DeForge, an insightful story of the Bible, Yanow’s memoir isn’t an ideal introduction

Audiobooks from Chamberlain, Doig, Faye, & Hart, plus a New MASH | Xpress Reviews

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A story from Chamberlain to shelve with The Help, a new Morrie Morgan title from Doig, historical settings from Faye, mystery and Chinese anthropology from Hart, relive a favorite TV show with Hooker’s MASH

Fiction from Fairstein, Pearson, Janes, and Trenow, with a new Veronica Mars | Xpress Reviews

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New York City history in Fairstein’s latest, 1940s political tension from Janes, Knox and Chu are back in The Red Room, Sue Grafton fans might go a new Veronica Mars title, a young girl is Trenow’s Forgotten Seamstress

E-Originals from Alexander, Curtis, DeHart, & Wye | Xpress Reviews

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Romance that is slightly historical and a bit paranormal, hot sex and a good plot, an entertaining read with dark subject matter, twists, turns, and fascinating locales

Nonfiction on the Classic Maya and Southern Women Who Sin | Xpress Reviews

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Houston stretches his expertise to interest scholars of Mesoamerican culture, Gutkind and Fennelly collect confessions from Southern gals who didn’t always do the right thing

An Adult Fiction Debut for Durst Won’t Get “Lost” | Xpress Reviews

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An adult fantasy for Durst blends in a tinge of horror to great effect

E-Originals from Brenner, Clare, Mac Nichol, and Shaw | Xpress Reviews

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A novel of independence from Brenner, funny doings with billionaire boys from Clare, Mac Nichol’s solves trust issues for Cade and Quinn, and Shaw steps up to the plate with a baseball romance to root for

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