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Book of the Week: The Fireman - Joe Hill

Horror writer Joe Hill is no stranger to the bestseller lists but with this fast-paced, cheeky dystopian epic I think we can expect him to arrive early and stay awhile. 625 more words


Book Review: The Body in the Wardrobe by Katherine Hall Page

The Body in the Wardrobe
A Faith Fairchild Mystery #23
Katherine Hall Page
William Morrow, April 2016
ISBN 978-0-06-243950-5

From the publisher—

Minster’s wife, caterer, and part-time sleuth Faith Fairchild pairs up with Sophie Maxwell, last seen in Body in the Birches and now a newlywed living in historic Savannah, Georgia, where Sophie crosses paths with murder. 894 more words

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New Fiction: Mongrels - Stephen Graham Jones

I loved this book, loved it to pieces. While I am not really a big fan of genre fiction per se, I do fall in with many readers these days in a fascination with genre tropes as a way of exploring more literary themes. 1,044 more words


New Nonfiction: Devoured - Sophie Egan

This read goes a long way towards explaining why Americans are so weird about food. Sophie Egan is well-suited to the task—she is both a food writer and a director of the Culinary Institute of America. 290 more words


New Fiction: Wilde Lake - Laura Lippman

I’m not surprised that Lippman is a LibraryReads pick for May. She’s one of those reliably rewarding authors that readers come back to time and time again. 343 more words


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New Nonfiction: Siddhatha's Brain - James Kingsland

Galleys for this arrived late so I’m just reading it now but I don’t have to get to the end to recommend this wholeheartedly for anyone interested in theories of mind. 287 more words