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Sep.10.2009
Hamptons socialite Christina Cardiff's stay in rehab is cut short with the tragic news that her husband has drowned in the swimming pool of their East Hampton estate. She rushes home to plan the funeral, only to find her newfound sobriety threatened by the cloud of suspicion hanging over her and...
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Sep.10.2009
Publishers Weekly gave this book a starred review (7/13/09), saying "tight prose and excellent pacing....suspense fans who like a touch of romance will find this a winner." A Dark Love traces the journey of a young woman trying desperately to start over, understand her part in her doomed...
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Sep.03.2009
An eccentric new girl. A brooding socialite. The scion of one of New York’s wealthiest families. A promising filmmaker. As students at the exclusive Chadwick School, Phoebe, Lauren, Nick, and Patch already live in a world most teenagers only dream about. They didn’t ask to be Society members. But...
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Jul.25.2009
Low Hee's been living happily with his grandmother in Malaysia since he was born, so he's pretty annoyed when his father returns after seven years to take him to live in England. Life above the take-away restaurant is bleak - he can't speak English or understand school and he discovers he's got a...
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Jul.24.2009
The Time (London) – Review by Sarah Vine   THERE IS HISTORICAL fiction - and there is historical fiction. Anyone can dust down a set of fusty old names, chuck in a few mead-fuelled brawls and the odd syphilitic courtesan and be done with it. It takes real skill - and devotion - to bring...
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Jul.24.2009
From The Washington Post Reviewed by Ron Charles:  The strange allure of Emma Darwin's debut novel, The Mathematics of Love, reflects its enigmatic title. If there's anything numerical about our affections, it's higher math than most of us can compute, like the formulas behind snowflakes or...
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May.31.2009
Fiona Sweeney wants to do something that matters, and she chooses to make her mark in the arid bush of northeastern Kenya. By heping to start a traveling library, she hopes to bring the words of Homer, Hemingway and Dr. Seus to farflung tiny communities where people live daily with drought, hunger...
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May.03.2009
"This expansive overview of the history, economy, culture, politics, and geographic features of this progressive, oil-rich nation... is a fine introduction" [to Venezuela]. Voice of Youth Advocates "Geography, cultural life, and pre- and post-...
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May.03.2009
 "In this objective, accurate, readable and well-researched book, one will find information on the history and geography, the economic and political systems, the flora and fauna, the culture, and the natural resources. ... The reader comes away...
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Mar.21.2009
     Thirty years ago in high school, Audrey McKenna could drive Joe LaLuna blind with her beauty and her secrets, with a Coke on the side.     Now Joe is an ace Long Island homicide detective, and she's a murder suspect, still using her beauty and secrets and coke to blind lovers like Joe.