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Dark Archives: A Librarian's Investigation into the Science and History of Books Bound in Human Skin

Essential for most libraries, especially where books about medical history and material culture circulate well.

The Searcher

French’s second stand-alone novel (after The Witch Elm) is a slow-burn stunner that will keep readers turning the pages late into the night. Recommend to the author’s legions of fans, as well as those who enjoy crime fiction set in small towns like Julia Keller’s or Jane Harper’s novels.

One by One

Ware’s fans will devour this in a sitting, as will readers who love Lucy Foley’s The Hunting Party or locked-room mysteries in general. [See Prepub Alert, 2/24/20.]
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See You on Sunday: A Cookbook for Family and Friends

Though large-scale entertaining is not an option as we practice social distancing, this book is equally well suited to cooks looking to stock their fridge or freezer with food that could serve for several meals over the course of a week or longer.

Emily Oster Launches Resource for Unbiased COVID-19 Facts

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The Split

Readers will tear through Bolton’s (The Craftsman) latest to find out how the disparate threads connect. While the plot resolves tidily, some readers may be unsettled by the fact that Felicity and Joe are romantically involved after she is his patient. [See Prepub Alert, 9/30/19.]
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Horror Stories: A Memoir

Fans of the author and those who enjoyed Patti Smith’s memoirs will relish this book.

Best Horror 2019

Best Romance 2019

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