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The heroine of “Broken Ground” is a delightful crank with a knack for solving the toughest cases.

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Samantha Harvey’s novel is a mystery — and so much more.

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In the dystopian “Hazards of Time Travel,” a precocious teen is sentenced to live in the past.

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“The Frolic of the Beasts” by Yukio Mishima gets its first English translation, more than 50 years after its release.

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‘Wrecked’ is an exhilarating tale of love and danger.

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Robin Robertson’s genre-bending book explores post-World War II disaffection.

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Oyinkan Braithwaite’s “My Sister, the Serial Killer” playfully examines a patriarchal society.

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