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Madness in Solidar

If you're already familiar with this series, I can recommend this novel to you, because it's immersive and well written entertainment.


Epitaph

Wyatt Earp could ask for no better epitaph and no more deserving memorial than this rich, complicated novel.


Dead Wake: The Last Crossing of the Lusitania

Dead Wake deals with an event forever bound to a great war, but the story Larson weaves is a gripping narrative of a diverse group of people, how they lived and how they died. He leaves us with the feeling that this tragedy might have been mitigated or maybe even avoided.


Soil: A Novel
Bookreporter : Soil (March 27, 2015)

On the one hand, you are compelled to keep reading as quickly as possible; on the other, the electric power of the prose requires a breath here, a respite there. The events are tragic and unpleasant, but told well and wonderfully.


The Bullet
Bookreporter : The Bullet (March 27, 2015)

There is a sense of urgency in the writing that is developed in the storyline, so they work hand in hand to do what all good thrillers do: make you race to finish one page to get to the next, as there is new information being uncovered all along.


Night Night, Sleep Tight

Night Night, Sleep Tight is an extremely impressive work. The plotting and character development read as if they could have been transplanted from an unpublished Raymond Chandler novel.


The Precious One

Readers can’t help but put themselves in Taisy’s or Willow’s shoes and think of their own family’s conflicts. It’s sure to be one of those books passed from friend to friend with the confident recommendation, 'You will so relate to this!


The Fifth Gospel: A Novel

If you love religious crime fiction and cherish well-written prose as much as I do then you are going to adore this book. It deserves to be at least as successful as Caldwell’s earlier work. I will be watching its progress with great interest.


The Precious One

The Precious One reminds us that love, romance, family and relationships are all powerful things that come to us in many ways.


Persona

A win, win all around.


Crow Fair: Stories

Some bonds are timeless and intractable. McGuane may be unable to free himself from his family romance, but, through his obsessive struggle, the author of “Crow Fair” provides us with a series of imaginative escapes that are mysterious and illuminating.


My Documents

These generous stories satisfy our demand for narrative even as they question it.


Richard John Neuhaus: A Life in the Public Square

Boyagoda has explored and explained this fascinating American as well as anyone could have hoped.


The Great Leader and the Fighter Pilot: The True Story of the Tyrant Who Created North Korea and The Young Lieutenant Who Stole His Way to Freedom

The bombing could support a book of its own, but not this one.