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What to Read Next if You Liked A Spy Among Friends, The Dark Knight Returns, Where She Went, Humans of New York, or Wayfaring Stranger

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What to Read Next if You Liked A Spy Among Friends, The Dark Knight Returns, Where She Went, Humans of New York, or Wayfaring Stranger

A Spy Among Friends: Kim Philby and the Great Betrayal, by Ben Macintyre, author of Operation Mincemeat, bills itself as the true story of one of the 20th...
What to Read in August

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What to Read in August

Each month we ask a panel of our bloggers to suggest a book based on what they’re reading right now. Here’s what we think you should read this month!...

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What to Read Next if You Liked A Discovery of Witches, The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier and Clay, Insurgent, A Game of Thrones, or America

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What to Read Next if You Liked A Discovery of Witches, The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier and Clay, Insurgent, A Game of Thrones, or America

A Discovery of Witches, by Deborah Harkness, offers readers many pleasures, not the least among them a plot-driving quest to discover ancient hidden...

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What to Read Next if You Liked The Book of Life, The Mockingbird Next Door, The Signature of All Things, The Alliance or Factory Man

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What to Read Next if You Liked The Book of Life, The Mockingbird Next Door, The Signature of All Things, The Alliance or Factory Man

By now you’ve no doubt torn through The Book of Life, the concluding volume in Deborah Harkness’ trilogy about a historian whose discovery of...
What to Read Next if You Liked One Plus One, Four, The Boys in the Boat, Diary of a Mad Diva, or I Am Pilgrim

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What to Read Next if You Liked One Plus One, Four, The Boys in the Boat, Diary of a Mad Diva, or I Am Pilgrim

With a colorful cast of characters, a conceit that strains—but never breaks—your sense of willing disbelief (wealthy CEO falls into relationship with...
What to Read Next if You Liked California, Orange is the New Black, On Writing, Blood Feud, or Midnight in Europe

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What to Read Next if You Liked California, Orange is the New Black, On Writing, Blood Feud, or Midnight in Europe

After an avalanche of pre-release hype and an endorsement by no less than Stephen Colbert, Edan Lepucki’s dystopian debut, California, is finally...
What to Read Next if You Liked Top Secret Twenty-One, The Book Thief, The Hurricane Sisters, The Romanov Sisters, or The Silkworm

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What to Read Next if You Liked Top Secret Twenty-One, The Book Thief, The Hurricane Sisters, The Romanov Sisters, or The Silkworm

As someone who started reading Janet Evanovich’s Stephanie Plum novels when the series was still in the single digits, I can honestly say that it...

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What to Read in July

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What to Read in July

Each month we ask a panel of our bloggers to suggest a book based on what they’re reading right now. Here’s what we think you should read this month!...

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What to Read Next if You Liked The Cuckoo’s Calling, The One & Only, Into the Wild, A Shiver of Light, or Carsick

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What to Read Next if You Liked The Cuckoo’s Calling, The One & Only, Into the Wild, A Shiver of Light, or Carsick

A Shiver of Light, by Laurell K. Hamilton, is the long-awaited (five years!) new installment in her Merry Gentry series, about a former faerie princess who...
What to Read Next if You Liked The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian, The Outsiders, The Secret Life of Bees, Lone Survivor, or The Matchmaker

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What to Read Next if You Liked The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian, The Outsiders, The Secret Life of Bees, Lone Survivor, or The Matchmaker

The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian, by Sherman Alexie, has won admirers and courted controversy for its frank depiction of the inner workings...
What to Read Next if You Liked The Fault in Our Stars, Skin Game, Mr. Mercedes, China Dolls,or Congratulations, By the Way

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What to Read Next if You Liked The Fault in Our Stars, Skin Game, Mr. Mercedes, China Dolls,or Congratulations, By the Way

What’s that? You’ve cried your eyes sandpaper dry and rent all your garments reading John Green’s The Fault in Our Stars then watching...
What to Read Next if You Liked We Were Liars, The Vacationers, City of Heavenly Fire, Dangerous Creatures, or The Target

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What to Read Next if You Liked We Were Liars, The Vacationers, City of Heavenly Fire, Dangerous Creatures, or The Target

The Target, by David Baldacci, is another breathless installment in his ongoing series of novels starring a steely government assassin. This time, he is...

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