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Clean Time

by Letitia Montgomery-Rodgers

Ben Gwin’s complex debut novel is based around a fictional reality television sensation, "Clean Time", that has catapulted various interested parties—from pharmaceutical corporations to rehab centers—to unimaginable wealth. For a... Read More

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Follow the Sun

by Susan Waggoner

Outstanding dialogue and realistic characters illuminate a convincing mystery in Edward J. Delaney’s "Follow the Sun". In coastal New England, tradition-hardened men are up against the sea, a dwindling supply of lobster, and the... Read More

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The Iconoclast's Journal

by Linda Thorlakson

Terry Griggs’s The Iconoclast’s Journal compels thoughts, things, places, and faces to populate its pages with their hidden stories: too outrageous to be believed yet too convincing to be doubted, and universally successful in... Read More

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The Aviator

by Meagan Logsdon

Eugene Vodolazkin’s "The Aviator" is an unabashed, panoramic view of the landscape of human consciousness affected by time, place, faith, and faces. Innokenty Petrovich Platonov does not know who he is. Confined to a bed in a... Read More

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Welcome to Lagos

by Letitia Montgomery-Rodgers

"Welcome to Lagos", Chibundu Onuzo’s US debut, follows an unlikely group of Nigerians bound together by circumstance. As their lives converge, five travelers from the Niger Delta are thrown together with two of Nigeria’s privileged... Read More

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