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    ALL THINGS CEASE TO APPEAR

    MARCH 8, 2016

THRILLER & SUSPENSE

ALL THINGS CEASE TO APPEAR

by Elizabeth Brundage

With a storyline that tightens like a constrictor, this is a book that you won’t want to read alone late at night. Full review >

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    INTERIOR DARKNESS

    FEB. 16, 2016

FICTION

INTERIOR DARKNESS

by Peter Straub

Dark, brooding fiction from a master of the form. And take our word for it: don’t go up to the attic, even if it is just a... Full review >

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    JAN. 26, 2016

FICTION

THE SWANS OF FIFTH AVENUE

by Melanie Benjamin

Elegant Babe's thoughts, if not her lips, are unsealed at last. Those unaware of the scandal get CliffsNotes; and everyone... Full review >

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    FEB. 9, 2016

FICTION

MORNING STAR

by Pierce Brown

An ambitious and satisfying conclusion to a monumental saga. Full review >

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    AND THEN ALL HELL BROKE LOOSE

    FEB. 19, 2016

BIOGRAPHY & MEMOIR

AND THEN ALL HELL BROKE LOOSE

by Richard Engel

An intriguing journalistic memoir built around a lucid, alarming overview of where the Middle East has been and where it is... Full review >

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    REAL TIGERS

    JAN. 19, 2016

FICTION

REAL TIGERS

by Mick Herron

Even readers who don’t care for the endless bureaucratic infighting will have to admire this tour de force, in which... Full review >

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    DARK MONEY

    JAN. 19, 2016

HISTORY

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by Jane Mayer

A valuable contribution to the study of modern electoral politics in an age that Theodore White, and perhaps even Hunter S.... Full review >

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    I'M GLAD ABOUT YOU

    FEB. 23, 2016

FICTION

I'M GLAD ABOUT YOU

by Theresa Rebeck

The snappy dialogue and plot you’d expect from a veteran dramatist plus the rich exploration of character that novels are... Full review >

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    WHEN BREATH BECOMES AIR

    JAN. 19, 2016

BIOGRAPHY & MEMOIR

WHEN BREATH BECOMES AIR

by Paul Kalanithi

A moving meditation on mortality by a gifted writer whose dual perspectives of physician and patient provide a singular... Full review >

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