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September 15, 2016

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that were published September 15, 2016. You can also view all of the books we've reviewed that were published anytime in September 2016.

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The Silver Baron's Wife

by Karen Rigby

A unique portrait of a time and place populated by fearless people, this reimagination of an uncommon woman is powerful. Elizabeth McCourt Tabor was a nineteenth-century legend who married a silver magnate and gained notoriety for her... Read More

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Beguiled By The Wild

by Matt Sutherland

This genre-defying spectacle of color, form, and humor looks like an art book but acts the part of a playful, kid-friendly graphic novel masquerading as a field guide to animals. A conservationist and maestro of modernism and... Read More

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Daughter, Daedalus

by Matt Sutherland

Motherhood weighs heavily on Alison D. Moncrief Bromage’s poetry, the wonders of conception, heredity, birth, child rearing, et al, seem at once burdensome and miraculous. And, of Daedalus, Greek myth man with all manner of inventive... Read More

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Shame the Stars

by Stephanie Bucklin

In this riveting historical novel, eighteen-year-old Joaquín del Toro has everything he could possibly dream of: a rich inheritance, a beautiful girl he is madly in love with, and the esteem and love of his family. But when trouble... Read More

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When Paris Sizzled

by Lee Polevoi

This book proves to be a cornucopia of delights, and a vibrant presentation of the frenzy and hoopla that characterized Paris in the 1920s. "When Paris Sizzled" is a cultural historian’s foray into Parisian lore and culture. Mary... Read More