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For the list of recommendations in May, look here:

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Just finished DARKNESS AT NOON by Arthur Koestler. Published in 1940, it's the story of a committed communist who begins to doubt the revolution. Not a spoiler: in the first scene he's dragged off to prison. A great book, and a surprisingly quick read for a piece of Literature.

Darkness at Noon: A Novel

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I've been on a kick lately, totally enjoyed the romance novella "Matchmaker 2.0" by Debora Geary (which is available for free). Also read the first three (of four) of Apprilynne Pike's "Wings" series and I'm anxious for the fourth one to come out, unfortunately, not until next year--it's YA paranormal with fairies. Also, loved Sarah M Eden's clean and hilarious Regency romance, "The Kiss of a Stranger." I always love her stories.
 

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I just finished A Discovery of Witches by Deborah Harkness and it was awesome! The Kindle version is a little pricey but it was so worth it. My only regret in reading it now is that I now have to wait a year for the next in the trilogy.

 

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I just got two by James Rollins this morning. I'm not recommending them in the sense of having read them yet -- but if you're a Rollins fan, you'll want his new SIGMA short story exclusive The Skeleton Key: A Short Story Exclusive (99 cents) and also one of his earlier books, Black Order With Bonus Material is on special at $1.99. The bonus is an excerpt from his newest, (forthcoming) book The Devil Colony. I couldn't resist!
 

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Just finished The Long WayHome by Robin Pilcher. A quick, feel-good read. Enjoyed it. Working on Jonathan Tropper's The Book of Joe now.
 

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I recently finished Towards Yesterday by Paul A. Jones. Strong post-apocalyptic, sci-fi thriller. Kept me sneaking away from my duties at home and at work to read my Kindle.

 
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