Fiction from Hilderbrand, McGrath, Thayer, & Woods, and Debuts from Breznican & Dicker | Xpress Reviews

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Breznican and Dicker make smashing debuts, Hilderbrand’s latest is a must-read, McGrath creates a strong sense of place, Thayer keeps readers on the edge of their seats, and Woods adds another satisfying title to his popular series

Graphic Novels from Moon & Bá, Richardson & Sakai, and Roy | Xpress Reviews

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Stars all, a nice long thoughtful read from Moon and Bá, narrative and artistic talent from RIchardson and Sakai, a smorgasbord of aliens from Roy

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

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