Frontier Reads: J. K. Rowling back with another Comoran Strike mystery

"Career of Evil" by Robert Galbraith is the third book in the Cormoran Strike series. Writing under a pseudonym, J.K. Rowling has applied her vivid storytelling and skilled character development to a distinctly different audience and subject matter.
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Frontier Reads: In “Death Notice,” murder and mayhem grip a small town

Todd Ritter's debut novel "Death Notice" is a fantastic read, and has launched a series of Kat Campbell Mysteries, including "Vicious Circle," "Bad Moon," and "Devil’s Night."
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Frontier Reads: Operation Mincemeat

“Operation Mincemeat” by Ben Macintyre is the recounting of a mission carried out toward the end of the war to fool the Nazis into thinking the allied invasion of southern Europe would take place in an entirely different location.
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Frontier Reads: A spooky, mysterious tale to leave you guessing

In The Thirteenth Tale, a ghost, a governess and a topiary garden spin a tale for us. Together, Margaret and Vida battle the ghosts that have haunted them in order to be able to confront their own truths.
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Frontier Reads: Meatballs with Sir Salman Rushdie

Martin: "It's quite an understatement to say I was nervous when I found myself, five days prior to the Rushdie event, sitting in a room surrounded by members of the FBI’s Joint Terrorism Task Force."
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Frontier Reads: A restless writer roams with the buffalo

Steven Rinella moves astutely across such treacherous fields as anthropology, archaeology, paleontology, geology and biology.
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Frontier Reads: Jeff Martin gets snagged in the charms of “The Fly Trap”

For like all great works of memoir or writings of nature, this is obviously not a book about hoverflies. It's about everything, about us.
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Read Frontier: Dragonfish — A riddle wrapped in a mystery, inside an enigma

The novel now becomes a fiction noir and mystery set against the underbelly of Las Vegas glitz and excess — a stark contrast to the culture the main character left behind.
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Frontier Reads: Harper Lee’s ‘Go Set a Watchman’

The two books should be wholly separate from one another and if you read Go Set a Watchman, you must take it as a completely separate story and set of characters with maybe the exception of Scout.
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Frontier Reads: ‘Patience and Fortitude’ recounts effort to modernize New York Public Library

Ultimately, the campaign to prevent the Central Library Plan was, ironically, stoked by the very digital medium it was meant to address – the Internet.
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