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November 8, 2016

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that were published November 8, 2016. You can also view all of the books we've reviewed that were published anytime in November 2016.

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by Peter Dabbene

Lars Martinson closes his stark tale about isolation and the foreign experience in Tonoharu: Part Three. "Tonoharu", the Japanese town where central character Dan Wells teaches English, is the setting for Dan and his supporting cast of... Read More

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Do Not Say We Have Nothing

by Monica Carter

Angela Lin’s narration of this beautifully written novel makes this a listening experience worth savoring. Madeleine Thien’s "Do Not Say We Have Nothing" is a multigenerational saga depicting the lives of three classical musicians... Read More

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She's Got the Jack

by Felicia Topp

Kate and Robert lustfully act out their passion in this addition to an explicit erotica series. Suzanne Eglington’s She’s Got the Jack is a jaunty and dialogue-driven story that is liberally doused with vivid sex scenes. In this... Read More

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Tales From Birehra

by Susan Waggoner

There is much to savor in this affecting and well-written Indian collection. In Tales From Birehra: A Journey Through a World Within Us, author Rafi Mustafa blends accomplished storytelling and real history to deliver a poignant and... Read More

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Heart Attack and Vine

by Stephanie Bucklin

In this follow-up to Phoef Sutton’s debut, Crush, a novel that Lee Child called “as slick as a switchblade with a pearl handle,” Los Angeles bodyguard and bouncer Caleb Rush, known as Crush, finds himself in the midst of a new mess... Read More

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Everything We Don't Know

by Karen Rigby

Essays explore isolation, weaving together the intangible and material touchstones of life periods with remarkable ease. Essayist and journalist Aaron Gilbreath excavates memories from his young adulthood through his early thirties in... Read More

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