Judith Robinson

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Reckless Daughter: A Portrait of Joni Mitchell

Listeners wishing to reminisce about popular music's role in cultural history, along with younger aficionados seeking introductions, will find Mitchell's life story memorable. ["Fans won't see her star diminished as much as her brilliance and frailties revealed. All music collections need this one": LJ 10/15/17 review of the Sarah Crichton: Farrar hc.]


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The Alps: A Human History from Hannibal to Heidi and Beyond

History buffs and wanderlusting adventurers will find this an informative odyssey, with discrete segments conforming to the needs of car trips, exercise sessions, or waiting rooms. ["This clever meeting of history, literature, and travelog is a treat": LJ 12/16 review of the Norton hc.]

Curtain of Death

The novel will be most at home in the hands of military history buffs and fans of this prodigious, best-selling author duo's six other military series.

Fixin' To Die

Despite its series aspirations, eschewing this inaugural title won't deprive library patrons in any way.

The Lie

Fans of troubled heroines and can't-look-away mystery and horror will be rooting for Jane to prevail, both in her past and her present.

Even in Paradise

Listeners who appreciate strong storytelling, family sagas, island settings, and diverse characters will relish this latest addition to Nunez's body of work.

The Language of Secrets

Fans of cerebral detecting and vicarious danger will be absorbed. ["A heartfelt novel for lovers of crime fiction and anyone interested in the complexities of living as a Muslim in the West today": LJ 12/15 starred review of the Minotaur: St. Martin's hc.]

Flight of Dreams

Fans of romance, historical mystery, and true disasters will be ensnared by this novelization of a real event. ["The clever banter, elaborate plot twists, and period detail will be appreciated by lovers of historical fiction": LJ 11/15/15 review of the Doubleday hc.]

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