May 2, 2015

From Friends to Lovers: Touch & Go by Mira Lyn Kelly

The best relationships start out as friendship, right? Case in point: Mira Lyn Kelly's new romance novel, Touch & Go.

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May 1, 2015

Burned at the Keyboard: So You've Been Publicly Shamed by Jon Ronson

Jon Ronson has created an interesting subgenre of nonfiction that I can best describe as satirical Malcolm Gladwell. He immerses himself in his subject matter and goes on to write an accessible, fun read. His newest, So You've Been Publicly Shamed, is no different.

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April 30, 2015

A New Thrill from the Author of The Dante Club: The Last Bookaneer

Matthew Pearl, the bestselling author of The Dante Club, returns with another historical thriller: The Last Bookaneer.

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April 29, 2015

A Hero Among Heroes: Legend, by Eric Blehm

The warriors of America’s Special Forces are a close-knit group. Few outside of their ranks know the sacrifices they’ve made on behalf of their country, and even fewer know the names of their heroes: those whose extraordinary service has earned them the admiration of the nation’s best. Sgt. Roy Benavidez is one of them, and Eric Blehm’s new book, Legend, is his story.

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April 28, 2015

Jane Smiley, Master of the Understated: Early Warning

Early Warning is the second novel in Jane Smiley’s The Last Hundred Years trilogy. Spanning the years 1954 to 1986, the novel continues to follow the Langdon family, who are at a crossroads after the death of Walter, the family patriarch.

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April 27, 2015

Fatima Bhutto's Beautiful Debut Novel of Pakistan

There is a powerful story to be told of lives lived in a small village in Pakistan, and Fatima Bhutto is the perfect author to tell such a tale.

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April 26, 2015

A YA Debut in the Mommie Dearest Vein

At the heart of Meredith Moore’s debut YA novel are a vengeful mother and the daughter she controls.

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