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Liberation

Readers who enjoy World War II fiction and stories of extraordinary women will savor this first collaboration between screenwriter Darby Kealey and novelist Imogen Robertson, which is slated to be a motion picture. Additionally, this novel is a good accompaniment to Wake’s 1986 memoir, The White Mouse.

Me & Patsy Kickin’ Up Dust: My Friendship with Patsy Cline

Add this to Lynn’s longer-than-a-country-mile list of accomplishments, and, while you’re at it, add it to your collection.
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So We Can Glow: Stories

Though uneven, several entertaining stories make these collections best for voracious short story fans.
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Tanking to the Top: The Philadelphia 76ers and the Most Audacious Process in the History of Professional Sports

Readers interested in the business of basketball, and how it affects teams and players above all, will find this a must-read.
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Framed

Short chapters and engaging storytelling with alternating perspectives make this a quick read. A somewhat predictable resolution is offset by a surprise twist in the final pages. The nonlinear plot might confuse some readers, but fans of Gillian Flynn’s Gone Girl and Liane Moriarty’s Big Little Lies will find much to love. [See Prepub Alert, 7/29/19.]
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Crooked River

Preston and Child’s latest could be enjoyed as a stand-alone novel. Recommended for mystery readers who enjoy bizarre twists.

Consider This: Moments in My Writing Life After Which Everything Was Different

Palahniuk readers--and writers at any career level--likely will devour this vivid and instructive behind-the-scenes tour.

Postscript

This is a novel for fans of Ahern’s first title or for readers wanting an uplifting book about the power of love. Highly recommended for all public libraries.

Last Stop Auschwitz: My Story of Survival from Within the Camp

This unique contribution to the literature of the Holocaust will prove invaluable to all readers interested in recollections and histories of the period.

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