Tina Panik

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The Shape of Darkness

This is a well-crafted Gothic tale, complete with a compulsive mystery and the visceral medical details of Emma Donoghue’s The Pull of the Stars.

The Secret Keeper of Jaipur

With lush details, a return to favorite characters, and emotional complexity, this story satisfies on every level.
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The Pull of the Stars

This female-centric story is a cross between Susan Meissner’s As Bright as Heaven and Anita Diamant’s The Red Tent, with a caveat: those wary of detailed medical scenes should avoid.
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The Mirror Man

This is a cloning story that reads like a thriller, making it accessible to fans of sf and corporate espionage.

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Mexican Gothic

This original, well-paced novel from Moreno-Garcia (Gods of Jade and Shadow) has great gothic elements with a little VanderMeer creativity thrown in. [See Prepub Alert, 12/9/19.]

The Woman in the Mirror

Pseudonymous author James pens a delectably creepy tale. If Charlotte Perkins Gilman’s The Yellow Wallpaper and Charlotte Brontë’s Jane Eyre had a baby, it would be this well-crafted Victorian gothic mystery.
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The Vanished Birds

The boy is reminiscent of Amy Bellafonte from Justin Cronin’s The Passage, yet the journey itself evokes Bryce Courtenay’s The Power of One, creating crossover appeal for readers who enjoy a bit of emotional attachment with their time travel.

Kopp Sisters on the March

A thrilling mix of history and feminism, this new “Kopp” story contains the same captivating storytelling as the first one, with plenty of nuggets for series fans. [See Prepub Alert, 3/4/19.]
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Blumlein (All I Ever Dreamed) gives us Waiting for Godot, set in space, in succinct and intelligent storytelling.
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