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May 28, 2019

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that were published May 28, 2019. You can also view all of the books we've reviewed that were published anytime in May 2019.

Book Review

Karma Wears Versace

by Benjamin Welton

The excitement in this police procedural hinges on science and on the book’s great central character. Rod Palmer’s stylish and heavy-hitting detective thriller "Karma Wears Versace" features a tenacious detective who takes on a... Read More

Book Review

East

by Michelle Anne Schingler

Job was born just in time to watch the promise of the former United States fade definitively away. Kirk Kjeldsen’s darkly realistic postapocalyptic novel "East" begins in the small Oregon town where Job grew up—where the mines lie... Read More

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The Path Keeper

by Carolina Ciucci

In "The Path Keeper"—the first book in N. J. Simmonds’s fantasy trilogy The Indigo Chronicles—angels rule the world, love spans across lifetimes, and unexpected choices change your destiny. When Ella starts at university, all she... Read More

Book Review

Southern Sass and Killer Cravings

by Karen Rigby

In Kate Young’s cozy mystery, energetic Marygene, a soon-to-be divorcée, returns to her family’s diner to save her sister, Jena Lynn, who’s been accused of murder after a customer dropped dead. "Southern Sass and Killer Cravings"... Read More

Book Review

Supernavigators

by Kristine Morris

We see them around us every day: crows gathering, bees buzzing, cats prowling. Animals, including humans, are always on the move. And whether their moving takes them on a global journey or just around the corner, finding their way there... Read More

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The Rosie Result

by Katie Asher

When their son, Hudson, begins having behavioral difficulties, Rosie and Don discover what comes with a weighty autism diagnosis. In Graeme Simsion’s "The Rosie Result", ten-year-old Hudson’s struggles to make friends and tendency to... Read More

Book Review

The Dictionary Wars

by Meagan Logsdon

Nationalism and patriotism are not unfamiliar substances in America’s bloodstream. As Peter Martin’s "The Dictionary Wars" illustrates, such fervor extended into heated debates over English language usage. In its infancy, the United... Read More

Book Review

A Better Next

by Delia Stanley

"A Better Next" is a sensitive drama that follows the day-by-day challenges of starting over. Maren Cooper’s dramatic novel "A Better Next" follows a resilient woman through her divorce and career as she learns to live on her own.... Read More