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The Orphans of Race Point

May 24, 2014 Patry Francis' second work follows the lives of three individuals bound together by a tragedy in their childhood. more »»

The Healing Season

May 9, 2014 MIDLAND — Tornadoes can blow into our lives through divorce, sudden illness and loss. more »»

Belle

April 23, 2014 Biographer Paula Byrne has captured the remarkable life story of Dido Elizabeth Belle, the mixed race girl who was the daughter of a Negress slave and a captain of the Royal Navy in this fascinating... more »»

Postcards from Cookie

April 23, 2014 In the days when having a child out of wedlock was considered shameful, many unwed mothers turned to adoption which was kept secret as a means of protecting reputation. more »»

Everything to Lose

April 23, 2014 Andrew Gross has taken somewhat of a departure from his Wall Street mysteries and has drawn inspiration from the tragedies of Hurricane Sandy and the Sandy Hook massacre in his latest and most... more »»

Children of the Revolution

April 1, 2014 During the late sixties and early seventies, scores of American college students protested the Vietnam war. more »»

Warriors

April 1, 2014 Ted Bell's aristocratic soldier/spy, Lord Alexander Hawke, is back in another daring adventure fittingly called "Warriors." (William Morrow, 467 page. more »»

Watching The Dark

March 5, 2014 Peter Robinson's celebrated series featuring Detective Chief Inspector Alan Banks and his colleague, Detective Inspector Annie Cabbot, investigate the murder of a police officer in "Watching the Dark. more »»

The Sound of Broken Glass

March 5, 2014 Deborah Crombie has another chapter in her Duncan Kincaid/Gemma James mystery series, "The Sound of Broken Glass. more »»

What Should We Be Worried About?

March 5, 2014 What are the most serious problems facing humanity? This is the topic of a collection of essays edited by John Brockman, "What Should We Be Worried About? (Real Scenarios That Keep Scientists Up... more »»

The Eye of God

March 5, 2014 James Rollins has another entry in his Sigma Force series, "The Eye of Go. more »»

The Cat, the Devil, and Lee Fontana

February 10, 2014 Shirley Rousseau Murphy, the prolific author of popular cat mysteries, has collaborated with her husband, Pat, in their latest story which tells the tale of that mysterious feline, Misto, "The Cat,... more »»

The Echo

February 10, 2014 "The Echo" is the sequel to James Smythe's acclaimed science-fiction novel, "The Explore. more »»

Wendell Black, MD

February 10, 2014 Dr. Gerald Imber, a plastic surgeon on the staff of New York Presbyterian Hospital, has penned his debut novel, "Wendell Black, M.D. more »»

Worthy Brown's Daughter

January 23, 2014 Phillip Margolin, master of the legal thriller, takes a literary trip to the nineteenth century, to the days on the eve of the Civil War in his latest work, "Worthy Brown's Daughte. more »»

Hunting Shadows

January 23, 2014 The mother and son collaboration of Caroline and Charles Todd, writing as Charles Todd, have another chapter in their acclaimed Inspector Ian Rutledge series, "Hunting Shadow. more »»

The House on the Cliff

January 21, 2014 This reviewer was surprised to find that there are psychologists still fond of Freud's theories. more »»

The Pagan Lord

January 21, 2014 Bernard Cornwell continues his series of Saxon tales in his latest work, "The Pagan Lord. more »»

Lord Peter Wimsey mysteries

January 21, 2014 What woman wouldn't want to spend her holidays with a witty and charming aristocrat? Over the yule tide season, this reviewer had the good fortune to pass her free time with Dorothy Sayers'... more »»

The Execution

December 27, 2013 Dick Wolf’s Jeremy Fisk character is a keeper. The NYPD detective returns for another assignment in “The Execution” (William Morrow). more »»

 
 

 

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