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Posted to subscriber list on FEB 03, 2004.

Hello, MostlyFiction.com readers!

One of the tasks that I had been neglecting was updating the "New in Paperback" sections for each bookshelf. If you've ever looked at these lists, you know that I try to maintain a page of recently released paperbacks (each with brief synopsis) for every bookshelf. You can easily find these lists by going to the main bookshelf page (click on your favorite bookshelf link) and then look to the right of the Bookshelf title and you'll see a link to "New in Paperback." (Or for now, use the quick links to the right of this text.)

I like keeping track of paperbacks because it gives a book a second life -- with so many coming out in a year, it's easy to lose track of them. I also like the sense that if I meant to pick up a book when it first came out in hardcover and I'm still thinking about it, well, for once procrastination has paid off. Finally, many book clubs prefer to have members choose books in paperback rather than hardcover - so these lists should help with nominations.

The sole purpose of this newsletter is to list some of the recently released paperback books that caught my attention while working on the site. Title links will bring you to our MostlyFiction.com review:

Drop City by T. C. Boyle

The Master Butchers Singing Club by Louise Erdrich

Sleep Toward Heaven by Amanda Eyre Ward

Parts Unknown by Kevin Brennan

The Fall by Simon Mawer

The Disapparation of James by Anne Ursu

Prince of Lost Places by Kathy Hepinstall

Marriage: A Duet by Anne Taylor Fleming

Mrs. Kimble by Jennifer Haigh

Set This House in Order by Matt Ruff

Nowhere Man by Aleksandar Hemon

Any Human Heart by William Boyd

The Miracles of Santo Fico by D. L. Smith

A Few Short Notes on Tropical Butterflies by John Murray

Flash House by Aimee Liu

Under the Skin by James Carlos Blake

Clara by Janice Galloway

The Voyage of Destiny by Robert Nye

And All the Saints by Michael Walsh

The Commissariat of Enlightenment by Ken Kalfus

The Watermelon King by Daniel Wallace

Jennifer Government by Max Barry

The Blind Man of Seville by Robert Wilson

Wages of Sin by Penelope Williamson

Soul Circus by George Pelecanos

Resurrection Men by Ian Rankin

Close to Home by Peter Robinson

Death of a Village by M.C. Beaton

Engaged to Die by Carolyn Hart

The White Road by John Connolly

The Coffee Trader by David Liss

Intern by Bonnie Hearn Hill

Shot by Jenny Siler

Pattern Recognition by William Gibson

Lost in a Good Book by Jasper Fforde

The Jester by James Patterson

Waiting for Snow in Havana by Carlos M Eire -- amazon link

The Frozen Water Trade by Gavin Weightman

Couldn't Keep It to Myself: Testimonies from Our Imprisoned Sisters by Wally Lamb -- amazon link

If you were stuck for a book, I hope this list helps you discover your next great read.

One more thing -- don't forget to vote when it is your turn! The fact that more people watch the super bowl than vote is really upsetting to me.

Regards,

Judi Clark
MostlyFiction.com

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