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Book Review: Walk Into Silence – Susan McBride
Book Review: The Fate of the Tearling – Erika Johansen
Book Review:  The Survivor’s Guide to Family Happiness – Maddie Dawson
Book Review:  Fractured / The Murder Game by Catherine McKenzie
Book Review:  Emotional Agility – Susan David

Book Review: I’d Know You Anywhere – Laura Lippman

Title: I’d Know You Anywhere Author: Laura Lippman ISBN: 9780061706554 Pages: 384 Release Date: August 17, 2010 Publisher: William Morrow Genre: Contemporary Fiction, Mystery Source: Publisher Rating: 4.75 out of 5 Summary: Eliza Benedict is a housewife who is content with life at home with her teenage daughter, Iso, and son Albie.  After living in […]

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Book Review: The Pleasure Seekers – Tishani Doshi

Title: The Pleasure Seekers Author: Tishani Doshi ISBN: 9781608192779 Pages: 320 Release Date: August 31, 2010 Publisher: Bloomsbury USA Genre: Literary Fiction, Multicultural Fiction Source: Publisher Rating: 4.5 out of 5 Summary: It’s 1968, and Babo Patel has decided to leave his home city of Madras for London.  He soon sheds the hallmarks of his […]

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Book Review: Maybe This Time – Jennifer Crusie

Title: Maybe This Time Author: Jennifer Crusie ISBN: 9780312303785 Pages: 352 Release Date: August 31, 2010 Publisher: St. Martin’s Press Genre: Contemporary Fiction, Mystery Source: Publisher Rating: 4 out of 5 Summary: Andie Miller is ready to settle down again, this time with Will, a cute, sweet writer.  But before she can commit to him, […]

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DSC South Asian Literature Festival 2010

Haven’t heard of the DSC South Asian Literature Festival?  Neither had I, until I received an email about it earlier this week from someone involved in the organization, asking me to inform my readers about the festival. It’s “Britain’s first major festival celebrating South Asian literature” and it runs from October 15-31, with locations all […]

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