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The Most Anticipated Book Releases of Fall 2018

Now that we’ve comfortably settled into the fall season, it’s time to get cozy and settle into a good book! From gripping mysteries to heartwarming essay collections, this autumn’s latest reads from popular authors and newly published writers alike aim to offer everything and anything your bookish heart desires. Here’s a roundup of the new […]

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Theft is Serious Business: A Review of “Skin Game”

A year and a half after the pulse-pounding thrill ride that was Cold Days. Jim Butcher is back with Skin Game, released May 27th. Everyone’s favorite wizard and Winter Knight, Harry Dresden, is forced to work with an old adversary, Nicodemus Archelone, to steal a valuable artifact from none other than Hades himself!

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Then And Always

Book Review: Dani Atkins’ “Then And Always”

Want to add a little romance and mystery to your summer reading list? Look no further than Dani Atkins‘ debut novel, Then and Always, which Penguin Canada predicts to be the breakout beach read of 2014. Rachel Wiltshire’s life reads like a dream: she has a great group of friends, a handsome and desirable boyfriend, and an acceptance into her choice university to study […]

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