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Articles from BookPage (January 19, 2018)

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A FALSE REPORT. Bartlett, Anne 286
A LAND OF PERMANENT GOODBYES. 229
A reluctant memoirist finds her voice: Elements of Maggie O'Farrell's life have inspired her writing, but it is only now--after publishing seven novels and birthing three children--that she has found the courage to tell the full story. 1013
ASYMMETRY. Magras, Micheal 309
BRASS. 359
Chilling new cases to dive into on a long winter's night. Tierney, Bruce 738
Clutter conquest. Felts, Susannah 517
Coming of age in the wilds of Alaska: Kristin Hannah has known for 20 years that she wanted to write a book set in Alaska--and that she wanted to use a haunting and powerful title inspired by a favorite poem: The Great Alone. Cary, Alice Cover story 945
DOWN AND ACROSS. Weber, Sarah 186
Five first dates: Each month, BookPage editors share special reading lists--our personal favorites, old and new. 420
HAPPINESS IS A CHOICE YOU MAKE. Morris, Edward 248
HEART BERRIES. 308
High-tech action. Howard, Sukey 527
IF I HAD A HORSE. Danielson, Julie 228
KATE, WHO TAMED THE WIND. Hopkinson, Deborah 262
Love conquers all: Picking the perfect romance novel is never more daunting than during the month of February. No one wants to read a dud on Valentine's Day, so open up one of these romances for a love story that satisfies. Ridgway, Christie 948
meet HOLLY HOBBIE. Frazier, G. Robert 221
meet JASMINE GUILLORY. 136
New in paperback. Hale, Julie 516
One couple against the system: Tayari Jones' first name is a Swahili word that means "she is prepared." It's a powerful declaration that holds true, as the groundwork for Jones' moving, emotionally complex new novel, An American Marriage, can be traced to seven years ago. Mudge, Alden 909
ONLY KILLERS AND THIEVES. Frazier, G. Robert 316
SADNESS IS A WHITE BIRD. Bufferd, Lauren 358
Simple sophistication. Pratt, Sybil 526
SONG OF A CAPTIVE BIRD. Akkad, Omar 299
Speak up: A child's truth matters: Leslie Connor has never shied away from tackling tough topics in her books for young readers--including issues that seem strictly grown-up, such as incarceration, depression and economic instability. Integrating such real-world problems into her fiction requires a deep understanding of a child's point of view. Piehl, Norah 855
STANLEY WILL PROBABLY BE FINE. Colson, Diane 252
Stories from the homefront and beyond: Is there anything better than the tension and tremendous heart of a rousing wartime tale, especially when it recounts the experiences of courageous heroes? Through globetrotting stories of loyalty and love, three new historical novels deliver an unforgettable look at the sacrifices of women during World War II. Hale, Julie 671
THE FRIEND. Schwartz, Ian 331
THE GREAT DICTIONARY CAPER. Danielson, Julie 230
THE HAZEL WOOD. Piehl, Norah 191
THE HEART AND MIND OF FRANCES PAULEY. Cary, Alice 243
THE JOURNEY OF LITTLE CHARLIE. Frazier, G. Robert 287
THE MILK LADY OF BANGALORE. Cary, Alice 301
THE MONK OF MOKHA. Freedenberg, Harvey 324
THE PHILOSOPHER'S FLIGHT. Schwartz, Ian 353
THE QUEEN OF HEARTS. Scribner, Amy 316
What's love got to do with it? The month of Valentine's Day has arrived, and whether you're in a committed relationship, looking for love or happily single, we've got a few books you may want to have on your nightstand. 1000
WHEN MONTEZUMA MET CORTeS. Mudge, Alden 295
WHITE HOUSES. Henson, Leslie 277
Write what you know. Weibezahl, Robert 566
YOUNG CHINA. Herrell, Keith 221

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