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Two Nights in Lisbon

While some will guess parts of the ending, getting there is great fun.

December ’41: A World War II Thriller

Reminiscent of the thrillers of the 1980s, such as those written by Frederick Forsyth and Ken Follett, this is a supplemental choice for public libraries who cannot keep enough World War II spy novels on the shelf.

Child Zero

Despite the slight letdown of the exciting beginning evolving into a procedural style story, the latest from Holm (Red Right Hand) will be popular with fans of the Bourne adventures.

The Fervor

Katsu keeps the plot and questions moving in this intriguingly complicated horror story that offers many parallels to anti-Asian racism and violence in the U.S.

The Hacienda

The audio production of this stellar debut adds to the innate tension of the book and belongs in every public library collection.

This Woman’s Work: Essays on Music

A varied and fascinating look at a myriad of women who have experienced or influenced music in different ways told by a number of talented women authors; this excellent audio production belongs in all music collections.

The Left-Handed Twin

Listeners will cheer Jane along as they bite their nails throughout this relentless novel. Highly recommended.

Until We Meet

Di Maio’s (The Memory of Us) latest will mostly resonate with fans of quiet historical fiction and sedate love stories.

The Rebel and the Rake

Listeners will be entranced by the excellent writing and superb narration of this historical romance.

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