Nothing Is What It Seems in Nora Roberts’ ‘The Liar’ [REVIEW]

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Her dead husband left behind nothing but a web of lies. (Photo courtesy Canva)

Her husband didn’t tell her the truth. In fact, he fabricated his entire existence. In an effort to rebuild her life, a widow takes her young daughter and retreats to the safety of her hometown. But the web of lies he spent years spinning has yet to completely unravel and she may never be safe again. In fact, home may be the most dangerous place of all in Nora Roberts’ The Liar.

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Lisa Gardner’s ‘One Step Too Far’ Is an Emotional Tour De Force [REVIEW]

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Will a search party make it out of the woods alive? (Photo courtesy Canva)

A missing groom vanishes in the wilderness. A search party hunts for him one last time. But someone dangerous is watching. Who will emerge from the forest alive? Find out in Lisa Gardner’s new thriller, One Step Too Far.

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Privacy Is a Thing of the Past in Dave Eggers’ ‘The Circle’ [REVIEW]

Can an internet company be too powerful? (Photo courtesy Canva)

When a young woman lands her dream job at the biggest Internet company on the planet, she is amazed at what a great package deal it is. Phenomenal pay. Awesome benefits. Unbeatable perks. But what’s the catch? Find out in Dave Eggers enthralling sci-fi thriller, The Circle.

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History and Psychology Merge in Preston and Child’s ‘Bloodless’ [REVIEW]

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Does a 50-year-old hijacking case hold the answers to Agent Pendergast’s latest head scratcher? (Photo courtesy Canva)

In the deep South, an inexplicable phenomenon is happening that is anything but genteel. Dead bodies are being discovered in Savannah, Georgia. While the rising body count is indeed unsettling, it’s the fact that each body has been completely drained of blood that’s the most unnerving part. Is there some truth to local lore? Or is there a flesh-and-blood killer on the loose? Preston and Child’s beloved FBI Special Agent A. X. L. Pendergast returns to investigate a most macabre mystery in Bloodless.

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Joseph Wheelan’s ‘Their Last Full Measure’ Sheds Light on the Final Days of the Civil War [REVIEW]

Union infantry skirmishers hold their position.
Union infantry skirmishers hold their position. (Photo courtesy Canva)

The Civil War lasted for four long years. It was one of the bloodiest conflicts ever fought on American soil. Yet, no matter how many novels or films have been made about the war, it remains one of the most controversial and complex periods in the nation’s history. Now author Joseph Wheelan brings the period to vivid life in his book, Their Last Full Measure, which may very well answer your most burning questions.

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