October 16, 2013
This issue of The BookBrowse Review covers a broad spectrum of genres and topics. We explore different facets of medicine with One Doctor and Knocking on Heaven's Door, while Pulitzer-Prize winner Paul Harding returns with a moving novel, Enon. New in paperback is Ayana Mathis's dazzling exploration of the 20th century black experience, The Twelve Tribes of Hattie. Finally, fans of Jane Austen might want to check out Longbourn, which is a fantastic look at the Pride and Prejudice story from the point of view of the servants. Here's to happy reading!
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