“Naked Came the Florida Man”: A Love Letter to Florida

Tim Dorsey’s mystery novel, “Naked Came the Florida Man,” is both a love letter to and deconstruction of the Sunshine State.

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A Community Defined by Fear and Suspicion in “How Fire Runs”

Set in Trump-era Tennessee, Charles Dodd White’s “How Fire Runs” follows a small town’s struggle against white supremacy.

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“House of the Rising Sun” Characters Live A Fragile Dystopian Existence

Characters live a fragile dystopian existence in Richard Cox’s “House of the Rising Sun.”

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“The Gifted School” Channels the Hilarity and Pettiness of a Society of Appearances

Bruce Holsinger’s novel “The Gifted School” channels the hilarity and pettiness of a society of appearances.

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Eerie and Enchanting, “Things You Would Know” Honors the Will of the Land

Eerie and enchanting, Nancy Wayson Dinan honors the will of the land in her debut novel “Things You Would Know If You Grew Up Around Here.”

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