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December 1, 2016

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that were published December 1, 2016. You can also view all of the books we've reviewed that were published anytime in December 2016.

Book Review

Table Five

by Emily Kubal

"Table Five" is an exciting work of suspense and adventure. Sally Long’s "Table Five" is a thrilling crime drama full of unexpected surprises as it moves from a restaurant in New York to the black market in Eastern Europe. Courageous... Read More

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Glenn Gould

by Peter Dabbene

Glenn Gould was a fascinating figure—mysterious and eccentric, yet undeniably gifted, and connected to the music he played in a way unlike most musicians. Sandrine Revel’s challenge, in her book Glenn Gould: A Life Off Tempo, is to... Read More

Book Review

The Dark Blood

by Claire Rudy Foster

Suffering from Game of Thrones withdrawals? The latest book in A. J. Smith’s twisted fantasy series, "The Dark Blood", has enough renegade clerics, murderous assassins, and unholy pacts and feuds to soothe even the most passionate... Read More

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by Patty Comeau

"UFOs" prepares for the revelation of greater truths with a spirit of hopefulness. A. R. Roberts’s "UFOs" is an optimistic and serious exploration into the existence of relationships between extraterrestrial civilizations and... Read More

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The Nian Monster

by Pallas Gates McCorquodale

Chinese New Year is just days away when a legendary monster intent on devouring the city faces off against a feisty girl who must use her knowledge of the holiday’s customs to outsmart him, in Andrea Wang’s fun-filled holiday... Read More

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Mars Away

by Gary Henry

"Mars Away" delivers a compelling view of the near future, coupled with human drama and a big dose of interplanetary adventure. In Jeff Christopher Leonard’s ambitious science fiction thriller "Mars Away", a nightmare journey to the... Read More

Book Review

Upper East Side Girl

by Claire Foster

Conners offers keen insights into the publishing industry and brings the New York scene to life with verve and wit. Is there any creature on earth more hopeful, neurotic, and capricious than a first-time novelist? Parker Livingstone, the... Read More

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