Our favorites include works by Tanith Lee, Karl Edward Wagner, Stephen King and Charles R. Saunders

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Moriarty tells a fresh, juicy tale about four siblings and their tennis-obsessed parents.

Matt Haig’s “The Midnight Library” is the perfect novel for our current moment.


A novel by Jai Chakrabarti follows two productions of a play staged decades apart as acts of resistance.

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Perhaps it was only a matter of time before he drove down 125th Street in his native New York City to deliver a wry crime novel.

Thomas Mann may have written some very heavy books, but this biographical novel offers a more lighthearted portrait of the German writer.

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Writers from different parts of the world weigh in on what it means to be a woman with agency.

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Edited by Palestinian British writer Selma Dabbagh, this compilation brings together 101 works from more than 70 female writers.

The French author (and geopolitics professor) delivers another captivating mystery novel

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“Jane Austen and Shelley in the Garden” whisks readers to Cambridge, Wales and Venice, in the company of a delightful gang of scholars.

  • Carole Burns
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“Beautiful World, Where Are You” more than lives up to the promise of its predecessors and even exceeds the hype.

With her new book ‘Apples Never Fall’ and another TV adaptation with Nicole Kidman, Liane Moriarty doesn’t care how you categorize her books.

Amanda Gorman, Jodi Picoult and Anthony Doerr all have new books coming out in the months ahead.

A new collection, ‘O. Henry: 100 Stories,’ demonstrates the allure of this masterful story writer

Within a few years, it was clear that Sept. 11, 2001, would leave an impact on contemporary fiction as deep as its impact on every other aspect of our culture.

Cin’s heartfelt debut involves a Cypriot woman who hatches a drug-smuggling plan.

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YZ Chin’s novel is a multilayered story about a woman trying to understand who she is on her own and where she belongs in the world.

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For your listening pleasure, books by Jojo Moyes, Katie Crouch and Sunjeev Sahota

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Stanley J. Weyman’s 1893 novel is right up there with Alexandre Dumas’ “The Three Musketeers.”

Sally Rooney, Colson Whitehead and Richard Powers all have new novels.

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