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The Best Mysteries & Thrillers of February

Here are some standouts from our Best Mysteries, Thrillers & Suspense of February.

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Epic Reads: Science Fiction and Fantasy Series You Can’t Put Down

Binge-watching TV has become “a thing,” but science fiction and fantasy readers know that binge-reading started a long, long time ago. Stock up on some alone-time and then dive into one of these epic reads.

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Kat Martin and Rebecca Zanetti Launch Two New Blockbuster Romance Series

Authors Kat Martin and Rebecca Zanetti are both launching new series this month. Here, Zanetti and Martin talk together about their new books, "Mercury Striking" and "Into the Fury", alpha heroes, the end of the world, and much, much more.

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A New Harry Potter Story Coming Soon

Just when you thought there was no more Harry Potter news this year..."Harry Potter and the Cursed Child Parts I & II" will be released as a book:

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"It's the Mustache": An Excerpt from "Becoming Burt Reynolds"

Learn what it was like to live in a time when everybody wanted to be somebody else--and eat Fusion--in this excerpt from Richard Michael Levine's short story collection, The Man Who Gave Away His Organs.

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Partners in Crime: Phillip Margolin and Anthony Franze on "The Advocate's Daughter"

Bestselling thriller author Phillip Margolin interviews another lawyer-turned-writer, Anthony Franze, about his new novel, The Advocate's Daughter.

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The Best Literature & Fiction of February

Editorial Director Sara Nelson says that our top pick for Literature & Fiction this month, A Doubter's Almanac, "is the kind of epic story we’ve read before--it’s almost Biblical--and yet [Ethan] Canin makes it all seem new"...

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No Country for Old Men

In honor of Peyton Manning's victory over death and inexorable time, a list of writers over retirement age with new books coming this year.

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Katarina Bivald: "There Should Be No 'Should's' about Reading"

Katarina Bivald - former bookseller and the author of our Best of the Month pick "The Readers of Broken Wheel Recommend" - talks about the reading life, writing, and when you should to kill off characters.

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What Can Be Sweeter? Theo Chocolate Love...

When I say that Seattle has one of the premier chocolate makers in the country, of course I’m referring to Theo Chocolate. Their gorgeous cookbook might have you opting to make dinner (and definitely dessert!) at home this Valentine’s Day.

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Weekend Reading

Super Bowl Sunday is upon us! But before the boisterous beer-fest commences, we plan on indulging in some quality quiet time with these, weekend reads...

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