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The Dollhouse by Fiona Davis

The Dollhouse by Fiona Davis

Pub Date: Nov 2, 2016

The Dollhouse, Fiona Davis, Dutton – New York City, 2016: Journalist Rose Lewin overhears music on a record player from the apartment below Read more »

A Time of Torment by John Connolly

A Time of Torment by John Connolly

Pub Date: Sep 8, 2016

A Time of Torment, John Connolly, Emily Bestler Books – Jerome Burnel was once a hero–now he’s an ex-con on parole from a five year prison sentence for possessing child porn. Burnel approaches PI Charlie Parker to plead his innocence of all charges and to ask protection from the real villains Read more »

The Complete Orsinia

Le Guin – The Complete Orsinia Edited by Brian Attebery

Pub Date: Aug 29, 2016

Le Guin – The Complete Orsinia, Brian Attebery Editor, The Library of America – Ursula K. Le Guin has produced a considerable body of fine work over the course of a long career. Her novels and short stories focus on the human qualities of courage in the face of oppression, optimism, endurance and, above all, freedom Read more »

The Fifth Gospel by Ian Caldwell

The Fifth Gospel by Ian Caldwell

Pub Date: Aug 1, 2016

The Fifth Gospel, Ian Caldwell, Simon & Schuster – The #1 Indie Next Pick and instant, long-running New York Times bestseller from Ian Caldwell, coauthor of the international sensation The Rule of Four: The Fifth Gospel is a masterful intellectual thriller that “will change the way you look at organized religion, humanity, and perhaps yourself” (David Baldacci) Read more »