The Scarpetta Factor by Patricia CornwellJune 14, 2020
She’s developed an enjoyable way of beginning novels in the middle of a story, letting her...
The Child Thief by BromJune 13, 2020
There are moments of genuine mystery and magic, scenes where we are bedazzled and terrified simultaneously....
Vanessa and Virginia by Susan SellersJune 12, 2020
As a cultural, literary, and historical icon, Virginia Woolf was celebrated by contemporaries and has continued...
The Bigness of the World by Lori OstlundJune 11, 2020
The Bigness of the World, Ostlund's first collection of short stories, was good enough for the...
The Glass Room by Simon MawerJune 11, 2020
Mawer’s The Glass Room is a genuine intellectual achievement—a breath-taking story of love and its loss,...
The Twelve by William GladstoneJune 9, 2020
This novel follows the exploits of intellectual and spiritual wunderkind Max Doff who, even as an...
Stitches: A Memoir by David SmallJune 9, 2020
But, as we see in the terrifying drawings of his radiologist father giving him neck adjustments—“kkrraackk,”...
Little Bird of Heaven by Joyce Carol OatesJune 8, 2020
Krista and Aaron eventually do meet, in a shocking incident that leaves little space for spoken...
Homer & Langley by E.L. DoctorowJune 8, 2020
Sing in me, Muse quotes Homer (the original one). "Jacqueline, my muse, I speak to you...
The Big Machine by Victor LaValleJune 8, 2020
The Big Machine is what urban fantasy looks like when it’s grown up and the writer...
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