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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


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


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


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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