2017

A Rustle of Silk: A Gabriel Taverner Mystery

By Alys Clare - Published 2017

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Mystery/Crime

Queen Elizabeth has just died, and Gabriel Taverner, former naval surgeon, hangs out his shingle on land in rural Devon. Not everyone seems ...Read Review

Robert B. Parker’s Revelation

By Robert Knott - Published 2017

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Western

Near the turn of the 19th century, U.S. Marshals Virgil Cole and Everett Hitch live in Appaloosa, located near the Rio Blanco ...Read Review

The Return of the Raven Mocker

By Donis Casey - Published 2017

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Mystery/Crime

In 1918, Alafair Tucker moves to Boynton, Oklahoma, to care for her daughter and son-in-law, both incapacitated by the Spanish flu pandemic sweeping the ...Read Review

The Hoarse Oaths of Fife

By Chris Moore - Published 2017

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This book is divided into two halves. It begins in 1965, with two teenage boys going to Scotland to work as potato roguers on ...Read Review

Smoke Wagon: A Morgan Clyde Western

By Brett Cogburn - Published 2017

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Western

It’s 1872, and Morgan Clyde arrives at Ironhead Station to serve as chief of police for the MK&T Railroad. Around 300 people ...Read Review

The Black Notebook

By Mark Polizzotti (trans.) - By Patrick Modiano - Published 2016Published 2016-09-27Published 2017

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Years after, the black notebook he kept of his life in 1960s Paris helps a writer put sinister, even violent, events of the ...Read Review

The Red Sphinx

By Alexandre Dumas - By Lawrence Ellsworth (trans.) - Published 2017

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Adventure

Richelieu without Musketeers? Inconceivable! But seriously, you won’t miss them in this labyrinthine romp through 1630s France. Cardinal Richelieu, whom we learned ...Read Review

The Witches of New York

By Ami McKay - Published 2016Published 2017

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The Witches of New York is the third novel from bestselling author Ami McKay. While the new novel sees the return of Moth ...Read Review

Dragon Springs Road

By Janie Chang - Published 2017

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Left to fend for herself until her mother returns, seven-year-old Jialing stays hidden in the Western Residence, a dilapidated wing of a centuries-old ...Read Review

The Chilbury Ladies’ Choir

By Jennifer Ryan - Published 2017

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“There’s something bolstering about singing together.” Jennifer Ryan’s charming debut interweaves many women’s voices to create a strong chorus that ...Read Review