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October 15, 2019

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that were published October 15, 2019. You can also view all of the books we've reviewed that were published anytime in October 2019.

Book Review

Solid State

by Jeff Fleischer

While the album itself is a definite masterpiece, the Beatles’s Abbey Road also served as a coda for the world’s most influential band, the last set of studio sessions before the four musical geniuses went their separate ways. In the... Read More

Book Review

Dead Girls

by Claire Foster

Abigail Tarttelin’s "Dead Girls" is an ultra creepy, occult-tinged horror story. Focused on a missing girl, it shows that the wild places of childhood are not all magical and good. Billie—who likes Slater from Saved by the Bell,... Read More

Book Review

Divide Me by Zero

by Letitia Montgomery-Rodgers

Katya Geller has been making her living as a writer for the past twelve years, all the more impressive because she’s a Russian immigrant writing in English. But making a living as a writer requires you to write, and now she’s stalled... Read More

Book Review

Return to Spinner's Inlet

by Mari Carlson

Don Hunter’s short story collection Return to Spinner’s Inlet, about life on an island in British Columbia, celebrates what holds people together. Though these are lighthearted stories, the collection begins and ends with funerals,... Read More

Book Review

Parkchester

by Eileen Gonzalez

A neighborhood in the East Bronx is the subject of "Parkchester", a fascinating study by former Parkchesterite Jeffrey S. Gurock. Built by Metropolitan Life Insurance Company in 1940, Parkchester at first served as an idyllic alternative... Read More

Book Review

Baltic

by Michelle Anne Schingler

Simon Bajada’s enticing and inspiring cookbook "Baltic" is an ode to a region that, though influenced by outsiders, remains all its own. Bajada presents the post-Soviet cuisines of Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania as diverse and... Read More

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