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Articles from BookPage (June 1, 2018)

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A legendary cafe. Pratt, Sybil Book review 508
A PLACE FOR US. Vasishta, Jeff Book review 293
A solution to the age-old conundrum: Father's Day comes but once a year, and boy are we lucky for that. With ties going out of style thanks to tech billionaires (they're all wearing hoodies now), the gift choices are slimmer than ever. Fortunately, as is so often the case, books can come to the rescue. Herrell, Keith Book review 936
AFTERMATH. Lock, Anita Book review 193
ALWAYS NEVER YOURS. Piehl, Norah Book review 229
AMITY AND PROSPERITY. Freedenberg, Harvey Book review 283
BEARSKIN. Carlson, Mari Book review 286
Big books of summer: I don't know how they do it--bestselling authors who deliver satisfying reads year after year. Among this season's surefire bestsellers are two terrific novels from masters of their genres. Scribner, Amy Book review 469
BRAVE ENOUGH FOR TWO. Lorenzini, Jill Brief article 263
Create your color story. Felts, Susannah 513
Death of a deacon. Howard, Sukey Audiobook review 502
Don't forget about me. Harrison, Stephenie Book review 331
DRIVING BY STARLIGHT. Little, Jon Book review 240
FINAL DRAFT. Kitchel, Jennifer Bruer Book review 229
For the love of trees. Cary, Alice Interview 919
FROM TWINKLE, WITH LOVE. Metcalf, Annie Book review 244
GOODBYE, SWEET GIRL. Hollis, Catherine 333
Homeland security: White House thrillers have been a staple of the suspense genre for decades, and many films and television projects have added to their number. But none have done so with an actual president doing the writing. Neel, Roy Cover story 1139
I know what you read last summer: Thrills, laughs, romance, drama--you know what you want out of a beach read. But just because you know what you want doesn't mean you've found it yet. Based on what you read last year, we're recommending eight new beachy books to fill your long summer days. Recommended readings 1525
IN SEARCH OF MARY SHELLEY. Mason, Deborah Book review 317
Just the facts. Weibezahl, Robert Book review 569
KUDOS. Weibezahl, Robert Book review 317
Let the magic lead you. Weber, Sarah Book review 272
LIFE IN THE GARDEN. Scribner, Amy Book review 274
Life's a beach and then you die. Cary, Alice Book review 343
Listening up is heating up: An audiobook publisher's insights: What do runners, quilters, dog walkers, cooks and people unwinding at the end of the day all have in common?. Bethroche, Mary 479
meet CAROL TYLER. Interview 211
meet JACOB GRANT. Interview 222
Native in the city. Mudge, Alden Interview 983
NEVERWORLD WAKE. Ratzan, Jill Brief article 270
New in paperback. Hale, Julie Book review 508
NO ASHES IN THE FIRE. Whitley, Carla Jean Book review 294
OTIS AND WILL DISCOVER THE DEEP. Cary, Alice Book review 220
Reality looks very different today: David Arnold is one of my favorite authors to run into at a Nashville literary event. Although he left Tennessee for the bluer grasses of his hometown of Lexington, Kentucky, he's still a regular face around town, and he's often the most genuinely excited author in the room. Levin, Hilli Interview 865
ROUGH BEAUTY. Crow, Sarah Mccraw Brief article 280
RUTHLESS TIDE. Akipp, Priscill Book review 261
SOUTHERNMOST. Wilkins, Langston Collin Book review 316
STILL LIVES. Tierney, Thane Book review 302
Swept away. Kipp, Priscilla Interview 509
Swim against the current. Danielson, Julie Book review 251
THE BOOK OF ESSIE. Ping, Trisha Book review 299
THE BOY, THE BIRD, AND THE COFFIN MAKER. Barisich, Justin Book review 270
THE DEBATABLE LAND. Hopkinson, Deborah Book review 288
THE HOLD LIST. Book review 461
THE VERDUN AFFAIR. Donovan, Deborah Book review 367
There's something wicked in this house. Tierney, Bruce Book review 772
US AGAINST YOU. Donovan, Deborah Book review 396
Waves of passion. Ridgway, Christie Book review 497

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