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Loving the Dead and Gone

by Karen Rigby

In "Loving the Dead and Gone", Judith Turner-Yamamoto’s multivoiced novel, the death of a young man provokes women in a rural North Carolina town to revisit their unmet longings. Clayton is puzzled by his wife Berta Mae’s contentions... Read More

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The Art of the Break

by Meg Nola

In Mary Wimmer’s atmospheric novel "The Art of the Break", a woman inherits her father’s cheese-making business. In mid-1970s Milwaukee, Charlie is having increasing marital problems with Rick, her Vietnam veteran husband. An... Read More

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The Key to Circus-Mom Highway

by Karen Rigby

"The Key to Circus-Mom Highway" is a zany novel in which two adoptees rediscover their family roots. In Allyson Rice’s feverish, entertaining novel "The Key to Circus-Mom Highway", siblings go on a road trip in search of their... Read More

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Fallout Shelter

by Mari Carlson

Set during a turbulent era, "Fallout Shelter" follows as three Catholic men come of age—and as their friendships change. In Steven Schindler’s novel "Fallout Shelter", three boys from the Bronx stick together through their Catholic... Read More

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Half Outlaw

by Karen Rigby

A woman faces a personal reckoning in "Half Outlaw", a touching novel about what it’s like to reject—or embrace—complicated people. An orphaned woman reckons with her troubled upbringing in Alex Temblador’s visceral novel "Half... Read More

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January 6th and the Millennial Horde

by Aimee Jodoin

Drawing on recent history, "January 6th and the Millennial Horde" is a satirical novel that emphasizes political hypocrisies. In Andy Lazris’s dystopian novel "January 6th and the Millennial Horde", a congressman takes drastic measures... Read More

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Many Are Invited

by Karen Rigby

"Many Are Invited" is a fascinating psychological novel in which a man meddles in his married friends’ lives with disastrous consequences. In Dennis Cuesta’s beguiling and suspenseful novel "Many Are Invited", a man fuels a tragedy... Read More

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Moonstone Hero

by Karen Rigby

In the musing adventure novel "Moonstone Hero", three strangers are forced together after a mountain climbing emergency. In David Sklar’s multiperspective novel "Moonstone Hero", a group of international climbers makes a fateful ascent... Read More

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