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Each month, USA based BookBrowse members have the opportunity to review books through our First Impressions program. Books that our member-reviewers rate particularly highly are featured as "Editor's Choice" selections and are listed below. All books recently reviewed for First Impressions can be seen here.

Books reviewed by BookBrowse First Impression Reviewers

The Prophets (01/20/21)
Piranesi (10/07/20)
Migrations (09/02/20)
The Stone Girl (06/24/20)
Miss Austen (05/06/20)
The Paris Hours (05/06/20)
Afterlife (04/22/20)
Lady Clementine (02/05/20)
American Dirt (01/22/20)
Father of Lions (01/08/20)
Becoming (12/04/19)
The Seine (10/30/19)
Mighty Justice (10/30/19)
Yale Needs Women (09/18/19)
Travelers (08/21/19)
The Volunteer (07/31/19)
The Guest Book (05/29/19)
Greek to Me (05/15/19)
The Night Tiger (02/20/19)
The Lost Man (02/20/19)
Clock Dance (08/29/18)
A Place for Us (06/20/18)
Sometimes I Lie (03/21/18)
Only Child (02/21/18)
The Chalk Man (01/24/18)
Seven Days of Us (10/18/17)
Happiness (08/23/17)
Edgar and Lucy (04/05/17)
Castle of Water (04/05/17)
I See You (02/15/17)
A Certain Age (07/13/16)
Miss Jane (07/13/16)
Fallen Land (01/20/16)
Circling the Sun (07/22/15)
Fishbowl (07/22/15)
Lusitania (03/04/15)
The Same Sky (02/18/15)
The Nightingale (02/04/15)
Descent (01/07/15)
Enduring Courage (06/04/14)
A Man of His Own (10/02/13)
Amy Falls Down (07/24/13)
Her Last Breath (07/10/13)
Fever (05/08/13)
Eighty Days (03/20/13)
The House Girl (03/06/13)
Calling Me Home (02/20/13)
Bone River (01/09/13)
Illuminations (10/31/12)
The Art Forger (10/31/12)
Live by Night (10/03/12)
Oxford Messed Up (06/14/12)
The Good Father (04/04/12)
King Peggy (03/14/12)
A Good American (02/15/12)
No Mark Upon Her (02/15/12)
Defending Jacob (02/01/12)
The Night Circus (09/21/11)
Turn of Mind (07/13/11)
A Good Hard Look (07/13/11)
Pearl of China (04/20/11)
Ever By My Side (03/09/11)
The Paris Wife (03/09/11)
Raising Wrecker (02/16/11)
Little Princes (02/03/11)
Bury Your Dead (10/20/10)
The Wave (10/06/10)
Juliet (09/08/10)
Losing My Cool (05/19/10)
Heresy (03/03/10)
Making Toast (03/03/10)
The Bricklayer (02/17/10)
State by State (11/05/09)
The Lieutenant (10/07/09)
South of Broad (09/23/09)
The Angel's Game (07/08/09)
Burnt Shadows (05/06/09)
The Last Secret (04/22/09)

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