Marrall, Rebecca M

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Developing a Library Accessibility Plan: A Practical Guide for Librarians

Libraries with limited staff and funds may have difficulty incorporating many of the suggestions without considerable assistance from community partners, but larger libraries will find a practical map for improving accessibility.
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The Innocent Sleep

This novel, with a premise that taps into the fears of every parent, is an entertaining thriller that fans of Tana French and Gillian Flynn will enjoy. [See Prepub Alert, 8/9/13.]
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The Void. JournalStone

This unique and unnerving read is a sure bet for horror and sf fans[The publisher is a small independent press that specializes in horror, sf, and fantasy—Ed.]
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Moral Origins

Basing his work on thorough reading of anthropological literature and archaeological data, Boehm uses creditable sources to make his case. The scholarly language and concepts make this an unlikely choice for a lay reader. However, it is an excellent choice for university courses in anthropology, sociology, psychology, ethics/philosophy, or biology.
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Broken Harbor

French's deft psychological thriller, focusing on parallel stories of mentally ill mothers and the tragedy of depression, offers a nuanced take on family relationships that will satisfy her fans and readers of psychological thrillers and police procedurals. [See Prepub Alert, 1/8/12.]
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Primacy

This is a strong bet for thriller fans who aren't concerned about the scientific plausibility of the novel's premise. [Verbitrage is a writers' self-publishing consortium; purchasers of the print book will be eligible for a free ebook. For another novel that explores the animal rights issue, see Neil Abramson's Unsaid.—Ed.]
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