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National Public Radio contributor Lulu Miller charts her rebound from a breakup in Why Fish Don’t Exist that is part biography, part murder mystery...

Ernest Cline’s 2011 debut novel, Ready Player One, a kind of Willy Wonka-meets-Tron adventure story, validated the digital diversions of gamers and...

At least 2020 was a great year for books

1/13/21

Americans are united on one thing: 2020 has been a terrible year.But there were some spots of sunshine in the past 12 dreary months, and one of...

The kingdom, as it is often called, is a massive piece of land owned by two brothers, located just outside of Os, a small mountaintop village in...

It seems unlikely that a sightless private detective could be of much use, but in Blind Vigil, the seventh book in Matt Coyle’s series featuring...

John Rebus, the Edinburgh police officer appearing in a novel by Ian Rankin for the 24th time, is growing old, but his mental acuity and sleuthing...

Dicks’ novel deals with an imposter

1/13/21

In The Other Mother by Matthew Dicks, 13-year-old Michael wakes up one day to discover something mysterious about the woman in the kitchen making...

A librarian as P.I. from an author to watch

1/13/21

For some people, committing fraud comes way too easy. Certainly, greed is a reason — money can make people lose their minds. Fraud also can be a...

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