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Ben and Mike have been a couple for about four years, but they’re both wondering how much longer it will last. What started as a promising romance...

Odd collection of folks fill story

12/9/20

Kevin St. Jarre’s new book, Aliens, Drywall, and a Unicycle has nothing to do with any of those things. It is the story of Tom Tibbets, who takes a...

It’s cold out! Here are six fresh paperbacks, all of which might go nicely with a mug of tea and an armchair.The Water Dancer by Ta-Nehisi Coates....

In the early 1930s, Ralph Newman was walking through the Near North Side when he noticed a bookstore going out of business. He had left...

This is a story of intrigue, of anger, of decisions made at the point of a gun. Friendships made and lost, bitter jealousies, dizzying discoveries...

A labor of love from Jess Walter

12/9/20

Reading Jess Walter’s new novel, The Cold Millions, might be the most fun I’ve ever had with a history lesson.Set in wild Washington state a...

Dark, suspenseful, and beautifully written, Susie Yang’s White Ivy is the story of Ivy Lin, a Chinese Immigrant growing up in Massachusetts who...

With Cobble Hill, acclaimed Gossip Girl author Cecily Von Ziegesar has brought readers a brand new – and fascinating – cast of characters. The book...

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