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This anthology is perfect for readers of romantic suspense who are looking for more from the included authors or for introductions to writers who are sure to become future favorites.


Some readers may find playwright Caldecott’s debut worth reading for originality and inventiveness, but others might find it difficult or baffling.

The Conspiracy

Drugs, lies, corruption, and long-held secrets are at the core of this hard-hitting romance and well-done series opener. Martin (After the Sunrise) divides her time between a ranch in Missoula, MT, and a beach in California. [See Prepub Alert 7/30/18.]

A Cathedral of Myth and Bone: Stories

These brilliant stories are for readers who enjoy mythology and fantasy with a bit of depth, such as the retellings of Madeline Miller.—Lucy Roehrig, Ann Arbor Dist. Lib., MI

Three Somebodies: Plays About Notorious Dissidents

For those who enjoy the theater of the absurd. This might be a puzzling read for readers looking for straight narrative, but it could be brilliant in the abstract.

An Unkindness of Magicians

Howard, whose debut, Roses and Rot, had more than a touch of the gothic, returns strong with another fantasy with a dark center. The magical duels ratchet up the tension as readers can't be sure Sydney will even survive to achieve her revolution.

Day Drinking: 50 Cocktails for a Mellow Buzz

With a laid-back vibe, this is a solid collection for party hosts seeking some unusual and trendy cocktails. Recipes skew toward the sweet and fruity, so perhaps not the best choice for hard-core cocktail purists.

Experiencing Broadway Music: A Listener's Companion

As a supplementary text for a theater class or an engaging read for theater fans, this one takes top billing.

Hi, Anxiety: Life with a Bad Case of Nerves

An insightful look at an often misunderstood disorder that doesn't have an immediate cure, this book should appeal to anyone who has struggled with anxiety or loves someone who has.

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