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L.A. Requiem by Robert Crais.

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The Radleys by Matt Haig.

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Left Neglected by Lisa Genova

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Absurdistan by Gary Shteyngart

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Shibumi by Trevanian

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The Devotion of Suspect X by Keigo Higashino

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Satori by Don Winslow

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The Weird Sisters by Eleanor Brown

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Just Kids by Patti Smith

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Red Wolf by Liza Marklund

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The Unnamed , Joshua Ferris

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The Three Weissmanns of Westport by Cathleen Schine. Gorgeous. Intelligent. Insightful.

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The Eiger Sanction by Trevanian. Rollicking action-packed spy spoof.

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The Passion of Molly T. by Lawrence Sanders. Feminism and politics in the eighties. A thriller.

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The Loo Sanction by Trevanian. Even more over-the-top than its predecessor, and nearly as good.

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The Sunday Philosophy Club , the first Isabel Dalhousie Mystery, by Alexander McCall Smith. Delightful!

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The Night Season by Chelsea Cain

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Heads You Lose by Lisa Lutz and David Hayward. Funny!

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The Summer of Katya by Trevanian. A delicious old-school psychological thriller.

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The Two Deaths of Daniel Hayes , a gripping thriller by Marcus Sakey.

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My review of The Borrowers by Rebecca Makkai, a wonderful book about a love of books and being yourself. It will be published in June.

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The Book Frog's review of Death of an Old Goat by Robert Barnard, a delicious and hilarious campus farce-cum-crime novel.

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My review of Patient Zero by Jonathan Maberry. Mmm...zombies.

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Antic, literary fun from Jasper Fforde, One of our Thursdays is Missing , the sixth...or seventh, if you count the no longer available The Great Samuel Pepys the Thursday Next series.

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The Book Frog reviews The Tragedy of Arthur by Arthur Phillips, a literary romp about a lost and found Shakespearean tragedy.

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The Book Frog reviews The Trinity Six , a fast-paced spy thriller by Charles Chumming.

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The Book Frog reviews I Am Not a Serial Killer by Dan Wells, a disarmingly charming thriller about a kid wrestling--both literally and figuratively--with his demons.

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The Book Frog reviews The Naming of the Beasts , another awesome installment in Mike Carey's Felix Castor urban fantasy series.

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The Book Frog reviews Divergent by Veronica Roth, a Hunger Games wannabe that doesn't quite hit the mark...but, ultimately, still satisfies.

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The Book Frog reviews John Lutz's latest (to be released in August '11). Serial is a formulaic--but still compelling--thriller. Fast-paced with a grotesque and soulless killer, Serial will be a great summer vacation read.

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The Book Frog Reviews Mr. Monster by Dan Wells. Awesome follow up to I Am Not a Serial Killer!

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The Book Frog reviews Chasing the Moon by A. Lee Martinez. It's antic cosmic fun a la Douglas Adams, with a little Neil Gaiman thrown in for good luck.

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French Lessons, due out at the end of this month, is a lovely novel, perfect for beach or book club. Click here to read the Book Frog's review.

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The Book Frog reviews State of Wonder by Ann Patchett, a gorgeous, magical novel.

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The Book Frog reviews Gregor the Overlander by Suzanne Collins, first in her intermediate level series the Underland Chronicles. Delightful!

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Click here to read the Book Frog's review of Robopocalypse, an exciting and gripping post-apocalyptic survival novel.

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The Book Frog reviews Maine by J. Courtney Sullivan. This latest from the author of Commencement is out this coming Tuesday.

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Witches of East End is YA author Melissa de la Cruz's first foray into adult fiction. It's, um, okay. Here's the Book Frog's review.

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Bad Things Happen by Harry Dolan is a smart, funny, truly entertaining crime novel...set in the book world, no less. Highly recommended!

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Yet another YA dystopian novel, still, Delirium by Lauren Oliver is a cut above most. Recommended!

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The Book Frog reviews Dominance by Will Lavender, a thriller set in the rarified world of academia.

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The Book Frog reviews Dan Simmons's Flashback . I loved this dystopian noir...but I kind of hate that I loved it. Read the review to find out why.

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Monster Island by David Wellington...zombies check in, but they don't check out.

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The Book Frog reviews Warm Bodies , a sweet, funny, terrifically disgusting zombie love story.

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