HarperPerennial

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

Their Finest

By Lissa Evans - Published 2010Published 2017

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Literary

Their Finest, coming to the U.S. after an Orange Prize nomination and with a forthcoming film adaptation, brings humor, heartbreak, and more ...Read Review

The Great Divide

By Peter Watson - Published 2013

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Nonfiction

This book’s subtitle is “Nature and Human Nature in the Old World and the New,” which comes close to a summing up, ...Read Review

A Far Piece to Canaan

By Sam Halpern - Published 2013

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Young Sam Zelinsky is the son of Jewish sharecroppers in Kentucky in 1945—a situation that author Sam Halpern writes about with authority, since ...Read Review

Lucky Bunny

By Jill Dawson - Published 2012

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Mystery/Crime

The title of Jill Dawson’s seventh novel, Lucky Bunny, is ironic. The white bunny that Queenie Dove receives as a present from ...Read Review

When We Argued All Night

By Alice Mattison - Published 2012

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Along a lake in the Adirondack Mountains near a cabin in the woods, Artie Saltzman and Harold Abramowitz, friends since the third grade, ...Read Review

Clair de Lune

By Jetta Carleton - Published 2012

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What was life like for a 25-year-old female junior college professor in Missouri in 1941? America has not entered the war yet, and the ...Read Review

The Printmaker’s Daughter

By Katherine Govier - Published 2010Published 2011

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Biographical Fiction

Readers will cherish this story and not soon forget the daughter of Katsushika Hokusai (1760-1839). The famous painter of The Great Wave had ...Read Review

Waiting for Robert Capa

By Adriana V. Lόpez (trans.) - By Susana Fortes - Published 2011

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Biographical FictionLiterary

Almost everything in this novel violates the rules writers are told to follow. The author uses fragmented sentences, tells a lot more than ...Read Review

Gillespie and I

By Jane Harris - Published 2011Published 2012

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Mystery/Crime

Harriet Baxter is sitting in her flat in Bloomsbury in 1933 writing her memoir of events that took place in Glasgow in 1888 at the ...Read Review