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Partners

Reading "Partners," John Grisham's New Kindle Single

This weekend I read John Grisham’s Kindle Single Partners, which has ranked very high on the Kindle best sellers list since it was published at the end of March. The story is billed as a “standalone prequel to his #1...

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Harlan Coben on "Fool Me Once"

Best-selling thriller writer Harlan Coben answers questions about his greatest influences, the challenges of sustaining success, and his new book, Fool Me Once.

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The-Girls

The "Girls" of Summer

What’s in a name? Apparently publishers think: “a lot.” Here, then, is what is probably only a partial list of all the "girl" books coming out in the next few months.

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The Winner Is

And the Winner of the Great Literary Tournament Is...

Learn who won the match of the century!

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HarryPottervSherlockHolmes

The Great Literary Tournament: And Then There Were Two...

Last week, sixty-four book characters entered the Great Literary Tournament. More than one hundred matches have been fought. More than 25,000 votes were cast by readers. And we're finally down to the final two contenders, who will face off on...

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GreenTree

What to Read This Spring...

Around here the daffodils are in bloom but the rain is still coming down--spring has arrived. So what to read this drizzly (or for some, snow blown) season? We've got a few ideas...

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Round 2 Results for the Great Literary Tournament

It's getting messy, folks! We received almost 20,000 votes to whittle the bracket down to these sixteen book characters who are still (barely) standing after their hard-fought skirmishes. Fun facts about round two: Carrie (from Stephen King’s Carrie) and Marvel’s...

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Round 1 Results for the Great Literary Tournament

Sixty-four book characters faced off in round one of our bookish March Madness this week, and you, our readers, chose your champions. Fun facts: Winnie-the-Pooh decimated Martin the Warrior (Redwall) with the largest lead, winning 86% of the votes versus...

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Innocents and Others

Amazon's Best Books of March: Part Two

A new look at an old disaster, an interesting take on globalization (really!), and the latest from a master thriller writer...You'll find all of this and more in the second installment of the Best Books of March. We begin with...

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The Great Literary Tournament: The Bracket Is Revealed

In the spirit of March Madness, the Amazon Book Review reveals its bracket for the Great Literary Tournament. Which character will win each challenge? You, the readers, will decide.

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