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Inborn

Written by Thomas Enger, translated by Kari Dickson — You may already have come across Norwegian author Thomas Enger’s Henning Juul series, about a tortured detective torn apart by the death of his son. With Inborn, the author shows us another dimension of his writing…
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League of American Traitors

Written by Matthew Landis — This debut YA thriller is set in the modern day, but with one foot firmly planted in American history. The promising idea underlying the book is that the descendants of American heroes of wars past – the Revolutionary War, Civil War,…
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13 Minutes

Written by Sarah Pinborough — Teenage girls are at best an unpredictable bunch. I’m speaking from experience as I was once one myself. So too was Sarah Pinborough, and that must be why she can so accurately get inside their crazy little heads. Tasha Howland is…
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The Fever

Written by Megan Abbott — With her early, noirish crime novels, Megan Abbott revisited the hardboiled tradition and period detail of 1950s LA from a female character’s perspective. Her more recent books, including Dare Me, have focused on the mystery and intrigue surrounding teenage girls….
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Code

Written by Kathy and Brendan Reichs — She’s best known for her novels featuring forensic anthropologist Tempe Brennan, but Kathy Reichs is also carving a niche for herself in the young adult fiction market. Code is the third in the Virals series, and is co-written with…
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NTN: Crusher

Written by Niall Leonard – Previously a screenplay writer, Niall Leonard wrote his first novel Crusher to take part in the NaNoWriMo novel-writing competition. The book was picked up by Random House and published this September. Finn Maguire is 17 years old. He works in…
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