March 13, 2014

4 Questions for Susan Minot on Africa, Story, and More

Susan Minot’s new novel, Thirty Girls, set in the tumultuous, war-addled land of Africa, brings up questions of voice, research, and nonfiction as fiction. Here, Susan answers those questions.

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March 12, 2014

The Latest from Kelly Corrigan, Author of The Middle Place

Kelly Corrigan’s latest, Glitter and Glue, is a memoir of time, place, self, and parents.

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March 11, 2014

Your Next Favorite Thriller: Chris Pavone’s The Accident

Chris Pavone’s new thriller, The Accident, tells a modern, twist-and-turn, spider web of a story that questions the nature of truths and lies.

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March 10, 2014

Black Moon Risen: Kenneth Calhoun Brings Nightmares to Life

Kenneth Calhoun’s dystopian new novel, Black Moon, doesn’t explain why the world’s come to an end. It just has. It starts slowly and then cascades. And then no one sleeps.

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March 9, 2014

Lauren Oliver's Panic: It's Only a Game

Lauren Oliver’s Panic will have readers on the edge of their seats, hoping that things in the small town of Carp will get better -- if only because they couldn't possibly get any worse.

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March 8, 2014

Tracy Wolff’s Sensuous New Novel, Ruined

In Tracy Wolff’s new Ethan Frost romance novel, Ruined, Chloe Girard is a twenty-year-old college student, both nervous and excited about her summer internship at Frost Industries.

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March 7, 2014

10 Book Recommendations Based on Your Spring Break Plans

Spring Break is right around the corner, and if you're still deciding what to pack other than a bathing suit and some suntan lotion, we've got you covered.

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