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Betty's (Little Basement) Garden

Review ?BETTY'S (LITTLE BASEMENT) GARDEN is a wonderful novel full of characters we see every day?. This would be an excellent book for a reading group or a book club. There is life and laughter, [...]

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Paris Time Capsule

About the Author Ella Carey is a writer and Francophile who claims Paris as her second home. She has been studying French since the age of five, and she has degrees in music and English. Carey?s [...]

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No. 1 Ladies Detective Agency, Box Set: The No. 1 Ladies Detective Agency, Tears of the Giraffe, Morality for Beautiful Girls.

Review 'Smart and sassy. . . . Precious's progress is charted in passages that have the power to amuse or shock or touch the heart, sometimes all at once.' ?Los Angeles Times'One of the most entr [...]

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Death in Vegas

DEATH IN VEGAS, a medical suspense novel, is part Million Dollar Baby, part Rocky, and a bit Erin Brockovich. Dr. Olivia Norris takes on the mostly male world of Las Vegas boxing power brokers. Olivia is a brilliant, at [...]

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Bronx Justice (A Jaywalker Case)

Excerpt. ? Reprinted by permission. All rights reserved. In the middle of the nightJaywalker is dreaming when the ringing of his phone jars him awake. Something about hiking with his wife in the [...]

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Where Memories Lie (Duncan KincaidGemma James Novels)

From Publishers Weekly When a diamond brooch stolen decades ago turns up for sale at an upscale London auction house, the brooch's owner, Dr. Erika Rosenthal, a retired academic who escaped Nazi [...]

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I See You

Review Praise for I See You? ?Wonderfully sinister. Had me looking over my shoulder every time I traveled on the tube.??Fiona Barton, New York Times bestselling author of The Widow??????? ? ?A br [...]

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What You Wish For

From Publishers Weekly Bestselling romantic suspense writer Michaels delivers another gripping plot, though it's easy to detect predictable dramatic devices in the story of Helen Ward, a physical [...]

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Chasing the Rainbow

The long dark stint of widowed single parenting is about to dawn new light for Kate. Her son Tom is graduating. It takes a village. Thank goodness for David, her dead husband’s best friend. He made the years easier [...]

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The Winter Queen: A Novel (An Erast Fandorin Mystery)

From Booklist Three million copies of Akunin's Erast Fandorin historical mystery series have been sold in Russia, where the author is a celebrity. This volume--the first of nine installments so f [...]

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Hercule Poirot: The Complete Short Stories: A Hercule Poirot Collection with Foreword by Charles Todd (Hercule Poirot Mysteries)

About the Author Agatha Christie is the most widely published author of all time, outsold only by the Bible and Shakespeare. Her books have sold more than a billion copies in English and another [...]

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A Long Time Dead: A Mike Hammer Casebook (Mike Hammer Novels)

Review Praise for the Mike Hammer Mysteries ?Is there any serious argument that Mike Hammer is the most famous fictional detective creation since the Second World War?? ?Donald E. Westlake, autho [...]

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Hildegarde Withers: Uncollected Riddles (Crippen & Landau Lost Classics)

From Publishers Weekly Also lending a nostalgic view of an earlier New York, here the 1930s and featuring a schoolmarm sleuth, is Stuart Palmer's Hildegarde Withers: Uncollected Riddles, another [...]

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A Week on the Concord and Merrimack Rivers

Review It's a special pleasure to have this lovely and idiosyncratic book available in audio format.The reading by Patrick Cullen is fine. --AudioFileCullen maintains a mild, professional tone, a [...]

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Nightmare Town: Stories

Amazon.com Review Because he was silenced by illness, debt, harassment, and writer's block for so many years before his death in 1961 at the age of 66, any fresh appearance of work by Dashiell Ha [...]

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The Easiest Thing in the World: The Unpublished Fiction of George V. Higgins

From Booklist Posthumous collections of previously uncollected fiction tend to please only die-hard fans of the late author. But this one deserves to find more readers. These are melancholy stori [...]

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The Sherlock Holmes Mysteries

About the Author Sir Arthur Conan Doyle (1859?1930) was born in Edinburgh. After nine years in Jesuit schools, he went to Edinburgh University, receiving a degree in medicine in 1881. He became a [...]

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Sherlock Holmes: Selected Stories (Oxford Worlds Classics)

About the Author Barry McCrea taught at Yale before moving to the University of Notre Dame. His novel, The First Verse was published in 2005; his most recent work is In the Company of Strangers: [...]

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Devil's Cove

About the Author Stephen G. Yanoff is a former insurance company executive from Long Island, New York. He worked in Manhattan for over twenty years and became an acknowledged expert in the field [...]

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