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October 6, 2015

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that were published October 6, 2015. You can also view all of the books we've reviewed that were published anytime in October 2015.

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Blind Thrust

by Jill Allen

With believable, intelligent characters, there is a fine thriller on these pages that could shake things up. Samuel Marquis’s earth-shattering thriller, "Blind Thrust", excels at making a mystery story, with geology as background, an... Read More

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The Right Wrong Thing

by Laura Mahon

Those looking for a meaningful story forged against the backdrop of a relevant social construct will enjoy going on this adventure. In "The Right Wrong Thing", a novel by Ellen Kirschman, police psychologist Dr. Dot Meyerhoff discovers... Read More

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Dinner Pies

by Rachel Jagareski

Crust lovers will find crispy, gooey, or golden-brown delights in this inventive pastry cookbook. Chances are, one can poll ten guests at any dinner party and find out that (a) all ten love any sort of pie, and (b) at least nine are... Read More

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Changing the Subject

by Amanda McCorquodale

These seventeen exceptionally well-written essays explain that an unprecedented explosion of data injures the restorative nature of certain important ways of thinking. Sven Birkert’s Changing the Subject: Art and Attention in the... Read More

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Lord Fenton's Folly

by Tina Volpe

This heartwarming story is a journey into a period that is both proper and filled with healthy banter and dark family secrets. Lord Fenton’s Folly, by Josi S. Kilpack, is a poignant love story set in the 1800s, delightfully filled with... Read More