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Talk of the Town – March 2017

Saralee and Larry recommend these books for March 2017, as seen on Talk of the Town on March 7, 2017.

  • “Lincoln in the Bardo,” by George Saunders (Random House)
  • “Heartbreak Hotel,” by Jonathan Kellerman (Ballantine Books)
  • “Lillian Boxfish Takes a Walk,” by Kathleen Rooney (St. Martin’s Press)
  • “Right Behind You,” by Lisa Gardner (Dutton)
  • “The Girl Who Drank the Moon,” by Kelly Barnhill (Algonquin)
  • “A Gentleman in Moscow,” by Armor Towles (Viking)
  • “The Black Wolves of Boston,” by Wen Spencer (BAEN Books)
  • “Wires and Nerve-The Lunar Chronicles Series Vol. 1,” by Marissa Meyer (Feiwel and Friends/Macmillan)
  • “The Girl with the Parrot on her Head, by Daisy Hurst (Candlewick Press)
  • “Bad Kitty Takes the Test, by Nick Bruel (A Neal Porter Book/Roaring Brook Press)
  • “New York 2140,” by Kim Stanley Robinson (Orbit)
  • “The Stranger in the Woods,” by Michael Finkel (Knopf)
  • “The Fifth Petal,” by Brunonia Barry (Crown)
  • “William Blake – Poems,” edited by Patti Smith (Vintage)
  • “Julieta – Three Stories,” by Alice Munro (Vintage)
  • “Different Class,” by Joanne Harris (Touchstone)
  • “Clownfish Blues,” by Tim Dorsey (William Morrow)
  • “Snappsy the Alligator,- Did Not Ask to be in this Book!” by Julie Falatko
  • “The Prisoner,” by Alex Berenson (Putnam)