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Short Take: The Precious One - Marisa de los Santos

This one is classic de los Santos territory–an intimate contemporary story of half-sisters coming to terms with each other in the wake of their narcissistic father’s heart attack. 210 more words

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Book Review | After the War is Over by Jennifer Robson

Authour:
Jennifer Robson
Format:
Trade Paperback, 353 pages
Publication date:
January 6th 2015
Publisher:
William Morrow
Source:
Received from publisher in exchange for an honest review. 566 more words

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Book of the Week: The Wilderness of Ruin - Roseanne Montillo

With 2003’s Devil in the White City, Erik Larson blew open the doors on a narrative nonfiction sub-genre Americans never seem to tire of—dark, historical nonfiction. 381 more words

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New Fiction: The Pocket Wife - Susan Crawford

I’m all about sub-genres this week. The hot new one in suspense seems to be “memory-impairment mysteries.” The key element is an unreliable narrator who can’t trust her own mind and is fighting herself to understand what’s happening. 237 more words

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Blog Tour Book Review - A Memory of Violets: A Novel of London's Flower Sellers by Hazel Gaynor

Title: A Memory of Violets: A Novel of London’s Flower Sellers by Hazel Gaynor
Genre: Historical Fiction
Publisher: William Morrow
Page count: 386
Format: Paperback… 728 more words

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Book of the Week: World Gone By - Dennis Lehane

A new book by Dennis Lehane is always an event. And the good news for all of us who loved Live by Night is that this new novel continues the story of Joe Coughlin, the tormented criminal hero of that story. 341 more words

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Publicity: Welcome to Braggsville - T. Geronimo Johnson

Since I covered this several weeks ago, a pretty spectacular LA Times review has come in. The book is on sale Tuesday.

“When was the last time you were shocked by a turn in a novel? 116 more words

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