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  • Fiction Reviews: Week of 10/22/2007
    You Must Be This Happy to Enter Elizabeth Crane.
  • Fiction Reviews: Week 0f 8/28/2006
    Despite horrific elements, this tale is never truly frightening, but is consistently entertaining as David learns lessons of bravery, loyalty and honor that all of us should learn.
  • Fiction Book Reviews: 3/1/2010
    Instead, it is desperately and exceedingly annoying.
  • Fiction
    Chasing SopheaGabrielle Pina.
  • Fiction Reviews: Week of 12/10/2007
    Olive Kitteridge: A Novel in Stories Elizabeth Strout.
  • Fiction Reviews: Week of 10/2/2006
    If You Lived HereDana Sachs, Morrow, $24.95 (336p) ISBN 978-0-06-113048-9 Sachs revisits in her fiction debut many of the themes she explored in A House on Dream Street, her memoir about living in Vietnam in
  • Fiction Book Reviews: 3/8/2010
    An intelligent and playful ending caps off a vivid story that should delight readers of The Mambo Kings and enthrall those new to Hijuelos's imaginative and florid voice.
  • Fiction Reviews
    Villard, $14 paper (288p) ISBN 978-0-8129-7703-5 Halpin’s amusing fourth novel explores what happens when you mix art, love, friendship, business and children’s cartoons in the Age of Aquarius.
  • Fiction Book Reviews: 7/6/2009
    There follow plots, subplots and counterplots till you could plotz.
  • Fiction: Fiction Reviews, Week of 8/7/2006
    Roberts, takes stern pity on her and offers Molly a room above his shop in exchange for some shelving work, albeit with "conditions."
  • Fiction Reviews: Week of 9/10/2007
    Aaron stays with his aunt Kitty, who makes a living rewriting the classics (her version of Oliver Twist features lots of repentance), but Aaron’s wallow in self-pity is interrupted by a lost pig that attaches itself to him.
  • Fiction Reviews: Week of 10/1/2007
    But his friend and fellow teacher David Grinstein, persuades him to instead try for Sadie Black, a teacher at Clarke's sister school.

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