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Posted to subscriber list on April 6, 2005.

Hello, MostlyFiction.com readers!

Here are the most recently released paperback books that were previously reviewed at MostlyFiction. This lists includes books released in paperback during March and April.

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

Girls in Trouble by Caroline Leavitt

After Moses by Karen Mockler

Old Boys by Charles McCarry

Saul and Patsy by Charles Baxter

Some Great Thing by Colin McAdam

City Boy by Jean Thompson

The Jane Austen Book Club by Karen Joy Fowler

King of Foxes by Raymond E. Feist

Something Rising (Light and Swift) by Haven Kimmel

Blackbird House by Alice Hoffman

The Snow Fox by Susan Fromber Schaeffer

An Unpardonable Crime by Andrew Taylor

The Madman's Tale by John Katzenbach

Guardian of the Horizon by Elizabeth Peters

The Body of David Hayes by Ridley Pearson

Little Scarlet by Walter Mosley

Dating Dead Men by Harley Jane Kozak

The Narrows by Michael Connelly

Pyro by Earl Emerson

Links by Nuruddin Farah

The Madonna of Excelsior by Zakes Mda

Havana by Stephen Hunter

The Priestly Sins by Andrew M. Greeley

Sleeping Beauty by Phillip Margolin

The Immortal Highlander by Karen Marie Moning

Girl Like Che Guevara by Teresa De La Caridad Doval

The Dew Breaker by Edwidge Danticat

The Road to Ruin by Donald E. Westlake

Bushworld: Enter at Your Own Risk by Maureen Dowd

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

Beautiful Ghosts by Eliot Pattison

Voyageurs by Margaret Elphinstone

Sweetwater by Rosana Robinson

Haymarket by Martin Duberman

Shadow Men by Jonathon King

Voyage to the End of the Room by Tibor Fischer

Hash by Torgnyt Lindgren

The Swallows of Kabul by Yasmina Khadra

Vertical Coffin by Stephen J. Cannell

Down Here by Andrew Vachss

Flying Crows by Jim Lehrer

Here are the paperback books we listed last month, click here. And I'll be adding more books during the month to this month's newsletter copy up on the website.

Regards,

Judi Clark
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