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NOVEMBER 2007

FAREWELL SUMMER

By Ray Bradbury

EXCELLENT

LITERARY-In the sequel to Dandelion Wine, adolescents fight the end of summer. (Jan/Feb 2007)

THE GHOST AT THE TABLE

By Suzanne Berne

EXCELLENT

LITERARY-A writer returns to New England to visit her so-called perfect family. (Jan/Feb 2007)

CORONADO

Stories

By Dennis Lehane

EXCELLENT

CRIME-In five short stories and a play, Lehane mines the depths of violence. (Nov/Dec 2006)

THE SHAPE SHIFTER

By Tony Hillerman

EXCELLENT

CRIME-Joe Leaphorn and Jim Chee return for their 19th adventure in the Navajo Nation. (Mar/Apr 2007)

NEXT

By Michael Crichton

EXCELLENT

SF - Tales from the biotech industry. (Mar/Apr 2007)

LOVE AND LOUIS XIV

The Women in the Life of the Sun King

By Antonia Fraser

EXCELLENT

BIOGRAPHY-A monarch's varied tastes in mistresses and wives. (Jan/Feb 2007)

THE THINGS THAT MATTER

What Seven Classic Novels Have to Say About the Stages of Life

By Edward Mendelson

EXCELLENT

ARTS-Classics offer insight into birth, death, and everything in between. (Nov/Dec 2006)

DECEMBER 2007

ARLINGTON PARK

By Rachel Cusk

EXCELLENT

LITERARY-Suburban ennui in upperclass London. (Mar/Apr 2007)

THE TERROR

By Dan Simmons

EXCELLENT SELECTION

SF - The 1840s Terror and Erebus disaster, retold.

FINAL IMPACT

By John Birmingham

EXCELLENT

SF - The conclusion to the trilogy, in which the final days of World War II are relived. (May/June 2007)

THREE DAYS TO NEVER

By Tim Powers

EXCELLENT

SF - Albert Einstein's illegitimate family have magical powers that could change the...

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