September 30, 2014

Martin Amis's Latest: A Provocative Holocaust Telling

'Who are you. You don’t know. Then you come to the Zone of Interest, and it tells you who you are.' –Paul Doll

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September 29, 2014

A Thriller Unlike Any Other: I Am Pilgrim by Terry Hayes

'I was a perfect candidate for the secret world, Hayes’s narrator, codenamed Pilgrim, begins. I was smart. I had always been a loner, and I was damaged deep in my soul.'

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September 28, 2014

Carl Hiaasen Goes YA with Skink, Gators, Wi-fi, and a Missing Eye.

In Hiaasen’s first foray into YA literature, a slightly wacky homeless guy with only one eye turns out to be the supposedly dead Governor of Florida. Shenanigans of a Hiaasen-esque nature ensue.

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September 27, 2014

3 Can't-Miss Romances: Something for Everyone

New romances from Mira Lyn Kelly, Katie Rose, and Vonnie Davis promise something for fans of all kinds of romance.

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September 26, 2014

Drilling Down: Law and Oil Collide in the Ecuadorian Jungle

Author Paul Barrett takes an incisive look into the real-life legal drama unfolding over oil in Ecuador.

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September 25, 2014

How to Read Walter Mosley

Walter Mosley’s editor, Gerald Howard, shares his thoughts on how best to work your way through the Mosley canon.

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September 24, 2014

Near Escape from Newark: The Short and Tragic Life of Robert Peace

Right off the bat, you know from the title of Jeff Hobbs’s new book – The Short and Tragic Life of Robert Peace – that this is going to be a difficult, if interesting, read.

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