It’s a Two Star Parade!

Welcome back to Monday, dear librarians!  We’re thrilled to share with you 6 Winter 2015  Macmilan titles that have already recieved 2 starred reviews!
Add them to your shelves today!

AMONG THIEVES by John Clarkson

“With crisp prose, masterful plotting, and building suspense, this is a real treat for fans of gritty crime fiction, who will want more from Clarkson.”–Booklist (starred review)

“Outstanding… Fans of Lee Child’s Jack Reacher will find a lot to like.”–Publishers Weekly (starred review)

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THE JUST CITY by Jo Walton

“A remarkable novel.”–Booklist (starred review)

“As skilled in execution as it is fascinating in premise, Walton’s new work doesn’t require a degree in classics, although readers might well be inspired to read Plato after seeing the rocky destruction of his dream. Although rich with philosophical discussions, what keeps this novel from becoming too chilly or analytical are its sympathetic female characters.”–Library Journal (starred review)

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THE UNQUIET DEAD by Ausma Zehanat Khan

“Compelling and hauntingly powerful… Readers of international crime fiction will be most drawn to the story, but anyone looking for an intensely memorable mystery should put this book at the top of their list.”–Library Journal (starred review & Debut of the Month)

“Beautiful and powerful…”–Publishers Weekly (starred Review)

Available on NetGalley. To be pre-approved for an e-galley, please email library@macmillanusa.com with the subject “THE UNQUIET DEAD.”

THE SELLOUT by Paul Beatty

“Beatty … outdoes himself and possibly everybody else in a send-up of race, popular culture, and politics in today’s America . . . Beatty hits on all cylinders in a darkly funny, dead-on-target, elegantly written satire . . . [THE SELLOUT] is frequently laugh-out-loud funny and, in the way of the great ones, profoundly thought provoking. A major contribution.”–Booklist (starred review)

“Beatty’s satirical latest is a droll, biting look at racism in modern America . . . Wildly funny but deadly serious, Beatty’s caper is populated by outrageous caricatures, and its damning social critique carries the day.” —Publishers Weekly (starred review)

DOING THE DEVIL’S WORK by Bill Loehfelm

“This series just keeps getting better.”–Kirkus (starred review)

“Loehfelm’s third crime novel featuring the marvelously complex New Orleans police officer Maureen Coughlin is every bit as good as its standout predecessors, and provides fresh evidence that Maureen merits a long literary life … The often lyrical prose will remind many of the grim, hard-edged style of James Ellroy.”–Publishers Weekly (starred review)

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MAKING NICE by Matt Sumell

“Exceptional…unleashes one of the most comically arresting voices this side of Sam Lipsyte’s HOMELAND…even more fun than eavesdropping in a confession booth.” —Publishers Weekly (starred review)

“compulsively readable …  Sumell’s debut is humbly macho, provoking outrage, pity, and finally tenderness. Perhaps this is a book readers will hate to love, but only because it feels, like Alby, all too real.”–Booklist (starred review)

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