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Suspense Fiction Short Take: Her Every Fear - Peter Swanson

Swanson is a house favorite. He writes elegant, old fashioned commercial suspense that draws from the Hitchcock and Highsmith playbook. Marked by surprising twists and turns, this new one starts as an updated take on… 195 more words


Publicity: The Little Book of Hygge - Meik Wiking

Last week a store buyer and I were talking about the unexpected popularity of last year’s The Nordic Theory of Everything and concluded that it might have foreshadowed the popularity of the current wave of books on hygge. 126 more words


Book Review: House of Nails by Lenny Dykstra

House of Nails
Lenny Dykstra
William Morrow, July 2016
ISBN 978-0-0624-0736-8

In a very interesting autobiography, subtitled both “The Construction, The Demolition, The Resurrection” and “A Memoir of Life on the Edge,” this wonderful professional baseball player lays it all out on the line:  His almost obsessive determination to play professional ball from his youngest days, through his accomplishing that and much more, setting all kinds of offensive records in the greatest game in sports (OK, I am not the most objective person in that regard), through his losing almost everything when incarcerated, and then recovering his life when released and finding great success in the business world. 600 more words

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Book Review: News of the World by Paulette Jiles

In post-Civil War Texas, the world is still a rough and lawless place. Information spreads slowly and divides run deep and dangerous. Captain Kidd – a veteran of two wars and a witness of more – travels from town to town and reads the news. 217 more words

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Publicity: Three Days in January - Brett Baier

I read this over the holidays and it’s a great read about a fascinating period in American history. Eisenhower’s still timely warning about the “the military industrial complex” seems more relevant than ever. 108 more words


Blog Tour Book Review: The Other Widow by Susan Crawford

About The Other Widow

Paperback: 352 pages
Publisher: William Morrow Paperbacks (December 6, 2016)

The author of The Pocket Wife explores the dark side of love, marriage, and infidelity in this sizzling novel of psychological suspense.

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Video: The Women in the Castle - Jessica Shattuck

Just in: This very good author video for one of my favorite books of early 2017. It’s such an important and moving read. I’ll share more about the book before publication. 75 more words