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BookSparks Aug 26
. has an in-depth summary of 's gripping novel ! 👀
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Riverhead Books Aug 27
The says 's "[THE ENSEMBLE] makes one want to know more about the making of music, but only if...it is told in such a sublime way." Read the full review here:
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Meera Ekkanath Klein Aug 27
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N Y Journal of Books Aug 25
Volunteer in the midterms
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National Book Critics Circle Aug 11
“The Incendiaries”, by R. O. Kwon, was reviewed by Hamilton Cain for the and Celia McGee for
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Princeton University Press Aug 2
The new edition of Barthélémy Jobert's Delacroix reaches "the heart of Delacroix's artistic 'creative process.'"
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Quercus USA Aug 2
Happy Pub Week to by ! “Five hundred sixty pages of nonstop action, plot twists, suspense, and surprise make this second book in the Pendulum series even more fun than the first in the series.”- 📚 📖
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Jon Land Aug 2
COMING IN APRIL!!!! “In a genre dominated by testosterone-fueled stories of former Delta operators & Navy SEALs, a female protagonist is hard to sell and even harder to write, but Jon Land nails it with Caitlin Strong.” /
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National Book Critics Circle Jul 28
Jacob Appel reviewed Amy Bonnaffons's "The Wrong Heaven" for the
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Eric Rickstad Jul 23
TY for the kind words for WHAT REMAINS OF HER "A fiercely good read. Add it to the shelf of Karin Fossum’s Scandinavian crime fiction ’s violence-haunted Irish families & ’s twists on law enforcement & pursuit"
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N Y Journal of Books Jul 27
Rip Poppi. Gone too soon
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NYU Press Jul 26
AMERICA'S JAILS is "a cogent and highly credible explanation for why American jails are brutal places where humanity is in short order." | Review in
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Cynthia Cannell Jul 23
"a rambling, innovative, cerebral, and wildly entertaining ‘trippy’ journey that drives home essential questions while providing none of the answers . . .” 's THE WORLD IS A NARROW BRIDGE is available now .
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David Wood Jul 23
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Kathleen Carter Jul 23
"Twisty mystery full of suspense and surprises...their most gripping, fast-paced page turner yet.” on by
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N Y Journal of Books Jul 23
Comic about the life of Shaka Zulu to be released in South Africa, first in a series to follow that will be professional, educational, & entertaining. Comic about African histories created by Africans.
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Chicago Review Press Jul 20
'The Boys of Fairy Town' by Jim Elledge was reviewed by Clayton Delery on the . Link here:
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Seven Stories Press Jul 19
. reviewed Klester Cavalcanti's THE NAME OF DEATH, translated by Nick Caistor: "a gripping, fast-paced, and highly consumable tour through the steamy jungles of hell."
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Michael J. McCann Jul 18
My New York Journal of Books review of THE ANNOTATED BIG SLEEP by Raymond Chandler
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IAP | Merrion Press Jul 16
An insightful review of Conor McNamara's history of Galway during the revolutionary era in - click here to read in full:
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