Fiction from Baldacci, Hunter, and Debuter Kessler | Xpress Reviews

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Another exciting read from a thriller master Baldacci, an emotionally charged, faith-based love story of forgiveness and trust from Hunter, fans of Karin Slaughter or Tess Gerritsen will enjoy this exciting new series from Kessler

E-Originals from Byrne, Di Lorenzo, and Lynn, with a “Vengeful” Debut | Xpress Reviews

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The strong language fits the intense world Byrne creates; the cliff-hanger ending of Carter’s debut will leave readers begging for the sequel; Di Lorenzo’s characterizations are strong enough to overcome the slight silliness of the setup

E-Originals from Arthur, Dover, and Harmon | Xpress Reviews

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Arthur blends timely social issues into the background to flesh out her plot, one need not to be football fan to fall head over heels for Dover’s spunky contemporary romance, Harmon’s romance is for skate-lovers as well as those who enjoy watching from the sidelines

Graphic Novels on How To Draw, Agatha Christie, at War in Iraq | Xpress Reviews

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Crilley teaches us to draw, Martinetti and Company reveal the true Agatha Christie, Iraq veteran Uriarte delivers a graphic novel on the cynical tedium of daily life in combat

Fiction from Bradford, Gaylin, Harrington, McKinty, and Straub | Xpress Reviews

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A charming romance peppered with Shakespearean quotations, a compelling protagonist from Gaylin, an exciting tale of intrigue despite some discrepancies, a strong moral point of view from McKinty, a master of two genres: that’s Straub

Nonfiction: Decadent Desserts That Won’t Pile on the Pounds | Xpress Reviews

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Bakers and especially eaters will appreciate this collection of delicious treats that are visually appealing yet light on calories

Nonfiction on Prison Reform, Psychedelia, Dieting, the War in Ireland, Creationism | Xpress Reviews

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How justice systems and the societies they operate in are intertwined, the story of psychedelics and the Dead may never have been so interestingly told, chronic dieters will find ways to stop self-sabotaging behaviors, a good, real-life political drama, a very readable discussion of what the future might look like, a fascinating and detailed analysis of creationism

Audiobooks from Caletti, Grisham, and Newcomer Tarkington | Xpress Reviews

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An empowering story of feminine friendship and what one does when finding oneself at a midlife crisis; a highly recommended Grisham title for libraries where the author circulates well; an engrossing debut novel populated by intriguing, complicated people

Graphic Novel: Historical Fiction from Ethan Hawke and Greg Ruth | Xpress Reviews

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Readers looking for high drama and compelling spiritual journeys will find both in Hawke and Ruth’s Indeh

Fiction from Mitchard and Robotham, plus Debuter Ribchester | Xpress Reviews

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An affecting family drama from Mitchard, first novelist Ribchester successfully captures the sights and smells of Edwardian England, Robotham brings a dry, sardonic wit to his latest mystery