Fiction from George, Lansdale, London, Moyes, and Stanley | Xpress Reviews

Beloved series characters and an engrossing plot make for a blockbuster combination; fans will eagerly follow Hap and Leonard through their latest, politically timely hullabaloo; London’s beautiful love story is for all romance collections; this book does justice to funny, witty Louisa; fans of noir and historical fiction will be engaged

January 2018 LibraryReads

Get ready to step into another world with the January LibraryReads list. Dynamic duo Greer Hendricks and Sarah Pekkanen offer a new and chilling psychological thriller; continue the journey with iconic heroine Louisa Clark in New York Times bestselling author Jojo Moyes’s novel Still Me; and travel to a fantasy world where the fate of a […]

Audiobooks from Childress, Harrison, Henion, Mystery Writers, Moyes, Palmer, Stewart | Xpress Reviews

Social consciousness, government conspiracy, for fans of Elizabeth Gilbert, new short stories set in various New York City locations, Moyes’s update on Louisa, the truth about Santa Claus, the first female deputy sheriff, Willig’s historical stand-alone

The Favorite of Favorites | LibraryReads, December 2014

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

Still Scared | What We’re Reading

Sharp Objects

LJ and School Library Journal staffers’ post-Halloween reads and some guest appearances by a debut author and book review journalists

Audiobooks from Giffin & McKenzie, Plus One from Moyes | Xpress Reviews

A football tale from Giffin gets sidelined, McKenzie’s satisfyingly romantic story is engaging, and Moyes’s family drama adds up to a spot-on listen

Debuts from McKeon and Ng, Small Press Fiction, Summer Suspense, & More | Fiction Reviews

All That Is Solid Melts into Air

A matter-of-fact but emotionally powerful All That Is Solid Melts Into Air, One Plus One is about more than a road trip, Ng shrinks enormous issues into the dynamics of a single family, Rowell is like a best friend

RUSA’s Top Pop Fiction | ALA Midwinter 2014

At RUSA’s Book and Media Awards Ceremony, held Sunday January 26 at the Sheraton Philadelphia Downtown Hotel, the winners of the 2014 Reading List were announced.
Started in 2007 by RUSA’s CODES section, the list highlights genre fiction that merit special attention by adult readers and reader’s advisory librarians.

Xpress Reviews: Audiobooks | First Look at New Books, December 27, 2013

A colorful Southern tale from Atkins, more of Rachel Knight from Clark, a revised World War II tale from Hart, a new dystopian series from Mead, an intimate novel of life and death from Moyes, serious fiction from White

Xpress Reviews: Fiction | First Look at New Books, June 28, 2013

Epic fantasy series debut from Barnes, more “entanglements” from Grant, small-town life from Hiebert, a heartbreakingly triumphant romance from Long, a hard one to put down from Moyes, and The Best of Connie Willis