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Fiction
Neal Ferguson

Maisie Dobbs

This is a murder mystery, but it also includes perceptive social history and more. Its setting is 1929 Great Britain, eleven years after the end

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Fiction
Ann Ronald

The Detour

Sometimes, when you open a book and begin reading, you’re totally surprised. Expecting one sort of novel, you discover another. That happened to me when

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Fiction
Ann Ronald

The Thief

Whenever I read a book in translation, I always wonder whether I’m reading exactly what the author intended. Or is the translator getting in the

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Fiction
Ann Ronald

The Boy in the Suitcase

Let me begin this review with a glittering generality. I find contemporary Scandinavian murder mysteries to be graphic, violent, unsettling, and almost off-putting. I try

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Fiction
Ann Ronald

Behave

Behave Creative inspirations bubble from diverse places, but recently I’ve discovered a new authorial font. Many writers seem to be imagining stories of women whose

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Reviews
Ann Ronald

That’s Not a Feeling

I am tempted to call Dan Josefson’s first novel, That’s Not A Feeling, a fourth generation offspring of Ken Kesey’s One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s

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