This Just In: Fiction!

FIve novels and three suspense thrillers.   The husband’s secret  by Liane Moriarty is a “comedy of manners and one with a serious undertone.”  The infatuations  by Javier Marías looks at the cost of lies and eavesdropping.  Tell the wolves I’m home  by Carol Rifka Brunt tells how the AIDS epidemic transforms a girl and her family.  The year of the gadfly by Jennifer Miller updates the  dark underside of a prep school theme while The art of hearing heartbeats  by Jan-Philipp Sendker is a “poignant and inspirational love story set in Burma.”

Now to the thrillers.  In The kill list  (Frederick  Forsyth), when a Marine general is killed by a top-secret government agency  that assassinates enemies of state, mayhem ensues. In Deceived (Randy Wayne White), when a  museum scam is a front for a real estate power play, mayhem ensues. And in The Mayan secrets  (Clive Cussler), when team Fargo team unearths an ancient Mayan codex,  mayhem ensues.

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