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I recently spoke with a library customer who wanted to read something similar to the film War of the Roses. We learned that the 1989 film was based on a 1981 novel of the same title by Warren Adler. While we didn’t have this particular title in our collection, we did have a couple of other novels by Adler that sounded similar in tone and subject matter. I also suggested
Thank you for writing a Stephanie Plum novel every year or so, and a plethora of non-Plum novels in between. Your fans love your humorous asides, your wacky characters, and your hold-on-to-the-edge-of-your-seats plots – nobody else quite elicits the same guffaws of laughter followed quickly by gasps of surprise.
I spend a lot of time writing about books that I’ve recently finished. Many of these titles are newly published, which means that they likely have a long list of holds at the library. Considering that you might want to check out some titles after reading about them, I thought I’d do an overview of some of my favorite titles that are a little older and less in demand—although no less impressive or enjoyable! All annotations are from NoveList.
It’s rather easy to be drawn to disaster fiction. Writers and poets task themselves with navigating and giving voice to our collective anxieties. They at once offer clarity and comfort. It’s fiction as cultural critic, as social worker for the collective psyche. It’s interpreter of events and also a proscription of remedies. It’s a balance, too.