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With her third novel, a prizewinner in Israel, Sara Aharoni illuminates the matriarch of an international banking dynasty, perhaps the ..read more
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Lovers of engrossing family sagas: here's a new historical series to add to your list. Necessary Sins, the first book in Elizabeth Bell's ..read more
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Fitch’s transporting sequel to The Revolution of Marina M. (2017) is even better than the first book. Ceaselessly entertaining through ..read more
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I'm happy to welcome Candace Robb here today for a guest post about the supporting cast in her long-running Owen Archer mystery series ..read more
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With her debut novel, Marlowe Benn gives us a pair of family stories intertwined with a twisting mystery garbed in stylish language. The ..read more
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The heroine of Gilbert’s bold, zesty historical novel couldn’t be more different from The Signature of All Things’ intellectual Alma ..read more
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I was looking through Mt. TBR and Mt. Finished over the weekend and noticed a certain title pattern coming up. The word "lost," of course, ..read more
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With her second historical novel, Amanda Skenandore taps into society during the politically troubled Reconstruction years in New Orleans ..read more
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Anna Blanc, Jennifer Kincheloe's detective heroine, isn't someone you've encountered before in mystery fiction. A former heiress ..read more
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Nora Ossetsky, a set designer in 1970s Moscow, discovers a willow chest filled with her paternal grandparents’ correspondence after her ..read more

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