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February 21, 2024

This issue of The BookBrowse Review contains reviews and "beyond the book" articles for 16 titles, including One Hour of Fervor by Muriel Barbery, The Curse of Pietro Houdini by Derek B. Miller and Our Moon by Rebecca Boyle. We also bring you a look at some of the most exciting debut authors to watch for in 2024, the latest book news, notable upcoming releases, recommendations for book clubs and ...

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    The Very Long, Very Strange Life of Isaac Dahl
    by Bart Yates.
    A John Scognamiglio Book,
    Publishes 07/23/24.
    Available 03/13
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    This Strange Eventful History
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    W.W. Norton & Company,
    Publishes 05/14/24.
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    The Stolen Child
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    W.W. Norton & Company,
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