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To figure out what to read next, start with some Book Reviews, at the bottom of this page. We have book reviews on both new releases and classic books, because sometimes what you want to read next was published last week, and sometimes it was published a hundred years ago. Many of our articles about books are organized by topics , so that you can figure out what to read next based on your interests, your mood, or other books that you’ve enjoyed.

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Friendship Emily Gould image
Friendship Emily Gould image

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Bliss House picture
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Frank Peretti's Illusion

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Unforgettable featured image

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Undersea by Geoffrey Morrison

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Clay finds himself employed as the night shift clerk at the weirdest bookstore in the world with incredibly odd patrons.
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“So it’s 50 percent boredom and 49 percent normal terror, which is a general feeling that you might die at any second and that everybody in this country wants to kill you. Then, of course, there’s the 1 percent pure terro...
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Review: The Outcast Dead by Elly Griffiths

British author Elly Griffiths has found great success with her Ruth Galloway mystery books. Her sixth installment in the series, The Outcast Dead, was released earlier this year. While it may seem inconceivable that a forensic ...