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And Then There Were Crows

by Rebecca Hussey

Alcy Leyva’s "And Then There Were Crows" is a funny and fast novel in which angels and demons unexpectedly invade the isolated existence of the book’s endearing and prickly protagonist, Amanda Grey. Public spaces make Grey anxious;... Read More

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Insane

by Rebecca Hussey

This troubling, complicated literary novel delves into the experiences of mental illness, questioning some of our most basic beliefs about what it means to be insane. "Insane" by Rainald Goetz is a complex, multivoiced, experimental look... Read More

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Angela Cray Gets Real

by Rebecca Hussey

Dara Carr’s "Angela Cray Gets Real" is an entertaining, unconventional mystery that is difficult to put down. Dara Carr’s "Angela Cray Gets Real" is a mystery with a decidedly unconventional detective: Angela Cray is broke, living... Read More

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