Sinister School Days | The Reader’s Shelf

The few years that many of us spend at college are often the most intense of our young lives as we confront new experiences, ideas, and people—often both enticing and intimidating. It is no wonder that authors incorporate this time into novels of psychological suspense.

The Favorite of Favorites | LibraryReads, December 2014

The top ten books that librarians across the country love—the best of the year.

Post-Thanksgivukah Time Travels | What We’re Reading

Library Journal staffers had some time to read and re-read a few good books over the long weekend. Here’s what was on our post-holiday platters. Mahnaz Dar, Associate Editor, Library Journal Reviews As a young impressionable college student, I read Donna Tartt’s The Secret History and, of course, hungered for more Tartt. As she only […]

Works I Am Thankful For | Wyatt’s World

Five (of the many) titles published in 2013 for which I am grateful.

Xpress Reviews: Fiction | First Look at New Books, October 11, 2013

A fresh look at the Shackleton expedition from Bonné, a World War II story from Brook, dual horror stories from Hill, pre-Napoleonic romance from Hunter, a new McDermid, steampunk from Valtat