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Talk of the Town – September 2017

Talk of the Town BookManBookWoman Television Reviews, September 2017

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  • “Y is for Yesterday,” by Sue Grafton (Marian Wood Books/Putnam)
  • “Glass Houses,” by Louise Penny (Minotaur Books)
  • “Crime Scene,” by Jonathan Kellerman & Jesse Kellerman (Ballantine)
  • “My Absolute Darling,” by Gabriel Tallent
  • “The Talented Ripkins,” by Ladee Hubbard (Melville House)
  • “A Murder in Music City,” by Michael Bishop (Prometheus Books)
  • “The Golden House,” by Salman Rushdie (Random House)
  • “A Column of Fire,” by Ken Follett (Viking)
  • “The Little French Bistro,” by Nina George (Crown)
  • “The Child,” by Fiona Barton (Berkley)
  • “Dinner at the Center of the Earth,” by Nathan Englander (Knopf)
  • “Forest Dark,” by Nicole Krauss (Harper)
  • “The Lying Game,” by Ruth Ware (Scout Press/Random House)
  • “One More Dino on the Floor,” by Kelly Starling Lyons & Luke Flowers (Albert Whitman & Co.
  • “How to Get Your Teacher Ready,” by Jean Reagan & Lee Wildish (Knopf)
  • “The Marsh King’s Daughter,” by Karen Dionne (Penguin Random House)
  • “Little Lion,” by Brandy Colbert (Little Brown)
  • “All I Have to Do is Dream – The Boudleaux & Felice Bryant Story – includes the story of Rocky Top,” by Lee Wilson (Two Creeks Press)
  • “Good Me Bad Me,” by Ali Land (Flatiron Books)
  • “The Seeds of Life,” by Edward Dolnick (Basic Books)