Week of 12 Nov 2017
The Rooster Bar

No Critic Review

The Rooster Bar

by John Grisham

Quick & Dirty (A Stone Barrington Novel)

No Critic Review

Quick & Dirty

by Stuart Woods

Leopard's Blood (A Leopard Novel)

No Critic Review

Leopard's Blood

by Christine Feehan

milk and honey
This book is perfect for getting you through any breakup. Some poems hit you with the power of two lines, while others need two pages to sink in.
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milk and honey

by rupi kaur

A Column of Fire (Kingsbridge)
It’s all a bit overwrought for what is, after all, a boy-loves-girl, boy-swashbuckles-to-win-girl yarn, but it’s competently done. Follett's fans will know what to expect—and they won’t be disappointed.
Kirkus

A Column of Fire

by Ken Follett

The Cuban Affair: A Novel

No Critic Review

The Cuban Affair

by Nelson DeMille

Before We Were Yours: A Novel
Wingate sheds light on a shameful true story of child exploitation but is less successful in engaging readers in her fictional characters' lives.
Kirkus

Before We Were Yours

by Lisa Wingate

The Snowman
The smart, suspenseful cat-and-mouse game will remind some readers of Erik Skjoldbjærg’s 1997 film Insomnia—and that’s high praise indeed.
Kirkus


The Snowman

by Jo Nesbø & Don Bartlett

Origin

No Critic Review

Origin

by Dan Brown

Deep Freeze (A Virgil Flowers Novel)

No Critic Review

Deep Freeze

by John Sandford

The Sun and Her Flowers

No Critic Review

The Sun and Her Flowers

by Rupi Kaur

Mind Game: A Novel (Eve Duncan)

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Mind Game

by Iris Johansen

It
Maybe it's finally time to revisit this old haunt, to reassure myself that It is still as sleek, scary and rambunctiously entertaining as I remember.
Guardian


It

by Stephen King

Seeing Red
A master of her genre, Brown knows how to please her most ardent readers but relies too often on the same basic formula from novel to novel.
Kirkus

Seeing Red

by Sandra Brown

The Girl Who Takes an Eye for an Eye: A Lisbeth Salander novel, continuing Stieg Larsson's (Millennium Series Book 5)
Tattoo artists will be interested in the as-if-born-in-fire origins of Lisbeth’s body art, while fans of Larsson, while perhaps not thrilled, certainly won’t be disappointed.
Kirkus

The Girl Who Takes an Eye for an Eye

by David Lagercrantz