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Study in Crimson by Robert J. Harris

Using the Basil Rathbone and Nigel Bruce movies as a basis, this updated Sherlock Holmes mystery is set during WWII and features a killer who echoes the grisly crimes of Jack the Ripper.
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Gilded Mountain by Kate Manning

A dramatic fictional account of early 20 th century mine workers and their oppressive overlords, peppered with social commentary and a history of union struggles.
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The Boy and the Dog by Seishu Hase

A remarkable dog with eerily sentient powers enters and passes through the lives of seven people struggling to heal from life-changing natural disasters. It is sweet but strong, gritty but tender. A wonderful gift.
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The Cloisters by Katy Hays

Dark, sinister, intricate and ultimately surprising, this art and antique-themed thriller will engage the reader’s interest up to and including the final shocking reveal.
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Liberation Day by George Saunders

Saunders once again shows why he enjoys a stellar reputation. These powerful and moving stories, limned with a stunning variety of styles are magnetic, appalling and inspirational by turns. The collection can be recommended to anyone who loves great writing.
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The Library of the Unwritten by A. J. Hackwith

This wildly imaginative journey into the library wing of Hell where unrealized manuscripts lay housed includes chases, fights, literary duels and a salmagundi of characters from various mythological realms. A true delight.
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