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Magpie Murders Anthony Horowitz - 496 p.

Magpie Murders Anthony Horowitz - 496 p.

Anthony Horowitz hardly needs to prove his writing chops, but he’s gone ahead and done it anyway. In MAGPIE MURDERS he takes one murder story and wraps it around another, giving us two stories in one. It’s  devilishly clever and a wonderful homage to the...

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The Reminders Val Emmich - 320 p.

The Reminders Val Emmich - 320 p.

Memory is a powerful yet fragile device. It’s capable of transporting us to other times or returning loved ones to us, yet it’s notoriously hazy, uncertain, even … *forgetful.* Those quirks of memory are what drive THE REMINDERS, Val Emmich’s...

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American Wolf Nate Blakeslee - 320 p.

American Wolf Nate Blakeslee - 320 p.

The wolf. It so happens that one of the most contentious issues today isn’t gender, race, taxes, climate, abortion, gun laws, free markets vs. regulation, religion, immigration, or health care. (Have I caught your attention or bored you?) Turns out, it’s...

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The Prague Sonata Bradford Morrow - 528 p.

The Prague Sonata Bradford Morrow - 528 p.

Classical music lies at the heart of Bradford Morrow’s intriguing quest novel: a hunt on two continents for a mysterious piano sonata — separated into three sections and hidden at the onset of World War II. Sixty years later, in New York, it is only by chance...

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Bluebird, Bluebird Attica Locke - 320 p.

Bluebird, Bluebird Attica Locke - 320 p.

How could you not fall for a writer named “Attica”? As the feminized version of Atticus (writer-philosopher friend of Cicero and, in our own time, beloved character Atticus Finch), the name implies finely-honed writing and clear-eyed vision — both of which...

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