Spot-Lit for September 2013

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General Fiction / Literary Fiction

Dissident Gardens by Jonathan Lethem

Enon by Paul Harding

The Lowland Jhumpa Lahiri

The Woman Who Lost Her Soul by Bob Shacochis

The Maid’s Version by Daniel Woodrell

First Novels

The Edge of Normal by Carla Norton

Burial Rites by Hannah Kent

Just What Kind of Mother Are You? by Paula Daly

Alex by Pierre Lemaitre

Crime Fiction / Suspense

Execution by Adrian Magson

Strangled in Paris by Claude Izner

Then We Take Berlin by John Lawton

SF and Fantasy

MaddAddam by Margaret Atwood

Mage’s Blood by David Hair

Gideon Smith and the Mechanical Girl by David Barnett

Vicious by V.E. Schwab

Romance and Western

Tear You Apart by Megan Hart

Blackmoore by Julie Donaldson

Rebellious Heart by Jody Hedlund

Wreaths of Glory by Johnny Boggs

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