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Mr. Chartwell
Reviews
Sunny Solomon

Mr. Chartwell

MR. CHARTWELL Rebecca Hunt‘s debut novel is one that holds a weird distinction for me: It is a story that repels and compels at the

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Fiction
Ann Ronald

The Thirteenth Tale

Imagine Daphne du Maurier, sipping absinthe and smoking pot, while rereading Jane Eyre and rewriting The Turn of the Screw! That is precisely my impression

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Fiction
Ann Ronald

Darwin’s Sword

Two-thirds of the way through his science fiction novel, Darwin’s Sword, D. L. Whitehead acknowledges a Frankenstein parallel. Long before that, I had already decided

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Children’s early and middle readers
Sunny Solomon

Du Iz Tak?

DU IZ TAK? If I were still selling books at a brick and mortar, Carson Ellis’s Du Iz Tak? would be flying off the shelf.

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British Authors
Ann Ronald

Susan Hill x Three

THE VARIOUS HAUNTS OF MEN  –  THE PURE IN HEART  – THE RISK OF DARKNESS Susan Hill’s Simon Serrailler series features an introspective chief superintendent

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Fiction
Dan Erwine

Moonbird Boy

Moonbird Boy is the fourth in a series of five mystery novels by Abigail Padgett, published as a series in the mid-1990s. All five novels

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The Missing American
African American Writers
Ann Ronald

The Missing American

Missing American, African mystery untangled by Ghanian private detective Emma Djan If I were to summarize The Missing American in a single couplet, I would

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Autobiography/Memoir
Ann Ronald

What You Have Heard is True

WHAT YOU HAVE HEARD IS TRUE: A MEMOIR OF WITNESS AND RESISTANCE I can’t recall reading another book about a topic absolutely foreign to me

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