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My Heart Is a Chainsaw

This is a must-have for public library collections.

The Show Girl

Recommended for readers who enjoy a decisive and talented, but sometimes very flawed heroine, as well as stories set during the 1920s and a peek at the Ziegfeld Follies.

Come with Me

Both an effective work of suspense and a touching meditation on whether we can ever truly know the people we love, this will appeal to fans of literary dark fiction and horror.

No Gods, No Monsters

This book is perfect for not only aficionados of fantasy and horror, but also for fans of speculative fiction with a social message.

The Cellist

Although this is the 21st of Silva’s spy novels featuring the assassin/art restorer Gabriel Allon (after The Order), the story can stand alone. Established fans will enjoy recognizing characters from previous mysteries, but the plot and characters are amply developed to satisfy those just starting out with the series.

A Nation of Women: An Early Feminist Speaks Out

Recommended for readers interested in early 20th-century Puerto Rican and Caribbean history and the history of feminism and labor movements in Latin America.

Yours Cruelly, Elvira: Memoirs of the Mistress of the Dark

For one generation of readers, the people Elvira encounters will have significant weight, but for others, this book may be more of an introduction.

The Ex Hex

Despite narration issues, patrons will be clamoring for this audiobook, which is otherwise a delightfully romantic romp with light magic and excellent banter.

The Madness of Crowds

An essential purchase for libraries.
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