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Posted to subscriber list on January 31, 2005.

Hello, MostlyFiction.com readers!

Here arethe most recently released paperback books that were previously reviewed at MostlyFiction. This lists includes books from January and February.

Click on the book title to read our review of the book:

My Sister's Keeper by Jodi Picoult

The Calligrapher by Edward Docx

Bandbox by Thomas Mallon

Secret Father by James Carroll

The Shadow of the Wind by Carlos Ruiz Zafon

The Last Crossing by Guy Vanderhaeghe

The Cutting Room by Laurence Klavan

The Man in My Basement by Walter Mosley

Hard Revolution by George Pelecanos

Train by Pete Dexter

Sunset and Sawdust by Joe R. Lansdale

All that is Gone: Stories by Pramoeday Ananta Toer

A Mouthful of Air by Amy Koppleman

Killer Body by Bonnie Hearn Hill

All that is Gone: Stories by Pramoeday Ananta Toer

The Last Crossing by Guy Vanderhaeghe

Dead Heat by Caroline Carver

A Death in Vienna by Daniel Silva

The Zero Game by Brad Meltzer

Night of Radishes by Sandra Benitez

Burglar on the Prowl by Lawrence Block

Burning Garbo by Robert Eversz

3rd Degree by James Patterson and Andrew Gross

The following are some books that we didn't review but wish we had (with book title links to Amazon.com):

Wolves of the Calla by Stephen King

Out by Natsuo Kirino

Someone to Run With by David Grossman

The Working Poor: Invisible in America by David K. Shipler

The Darkest Child by Delores Phillips

The Epicure's Lament by Kate Christensen

The Snow Fox by Susan Fromber Schaeffer

Stone Cribs by Kris Nelscott

Ship Sooner by Mary Sullivan

The True and Outstanding Adventures of the Hunt Sisters by Elisabeth Rosen

Here are the paperback books we listed last month, click here.

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Judi Clark
MostlyFiction.com

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