Therese Anne Fowler’s Z: A Novel of Zelda Fitzgerald

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From Rachel: Concentrating on the early days of the Fitzgeralds, Z reveals the golden years of their marriage. A great novel for Zelda-lovers and Fitzgerald-newbies alike!

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Richard Price’s Lush Life

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Brian says: “Richard Price writes some of the most realistic dialogue you’ll ever read. Ever. Combine that with the great pacing and rhythm, vividly lifelike characters, effortless description of urban life, and it’s no wonder that Richard Price was a writer for The Wire. Lush Life blurs the line between literary novel and crime novel so well that you might not even realize there was ever a line between the two in the first place.”

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Charlie LeDuff’s Detroit: An American Autopsy

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From Brian: Part corruption expose, part memoir, part requiem for a once great city, LeDuff’s Detroit is honest, sad, and at times darkly comic. It reads like a noir thriller, a sort of whodunit with Detroit as the victim. The city of Detroit is the main character here, and is drawn as richly as any character in any of the best fiction. This was a book that was impossible to set down.

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