Articles tagged "Crazy Blood"

Happy #BookBday (3/8/16 Edition)

Happy #BookBday to these new titles on shelves now:

PEACEKEEPING by Mischa Berlinski
Two stars for this sophomore novel from National Book Award nominee Berlinski, in which a former deputy sheriff and failed politician takes a job in Haiti where he befriends an American-educated judge and falls in love with the judge’s wife. “[Berlinski] is a kind of heir to Graham Greene and Robert Stone, both for his excellent storytelling and for the way it can reveal a bigger picture.” — Kirkus Reviews, starred review

CRAZY BLOOD by T. Jefferson Parker
A ferocious rivalry between brothers takes place in the high octane world of Olympic skiing. “In a change of pace from his crime novels, three-time Edgar Award winner Parker delivers an intricate and atmospheric family drama reminiscent of the works of T.C. Boyle and John Steinbeck.” — Library Journal readmoreremove

LJ’s ALA Midwinter 2016 Galley Guide

Worried you’ll miss a hot new galley at ALA Midwinter? Fear not! Library Journal‘s Barbara Hoffert did some sleuthing in advance for you. Here are her top picks from the Macmillan booth (#1806):

THE PHOTOGRAPHER’S WIFE by Suzanne Joinson
“Lyrical historical fiction set partly in 1920s Jerusalem.”

THE LAST PAINTING OF SARA DE VOS by Dominic Smith
“Imaginatively wrought [novel] about three individuals connected over centuries by a single painting.”

SHELTER by Jung Yun
“[A] smashing debut about a disaffected Korean American family.”

ORPHAN X by Gregg Hurwitz
“Black ops thrills.” readmoreremove

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