Books reviewed by Norah Piehl at BookBrowse.

Norah Piehl
BookBrowse Reviewer

Norah Piehl is a former bookseller who has also worked for several publishing companies. Currently the deputy director of the Boston Book Festival, Norah reviews books and writes interviews and features for a number of print and online publications.

Books reviewed by Norah Piehl

Speak No Evil (03/07/18)
Sunburn (02/21/18)
New People (08/02/17)
Shadow Man (07/12/17)
The Book of Joan (05/17/17)
Glass House (05/03/17)
Merrow (02/15/17)
The Sellout (01/18/17)
Harmony (09/21/16)
Another Brooklyn (08/03/16)
Goodbye Stranger (09/16/15)
The Night Stages (08/12/15)
A God in Ruins (05/13/15)
Spinster (04/29/15)
Hausfrau (03/18/15)
H is for Hawk (03/04/15)
Honeydew (02/18/15)
Sweetland (01/21/15)
The Story Hour (09/17/14)
The Watcher (06/04/14)
The Blessings (05/21/14)
Frog Music (04/09/14)
The Crane Wife (01/22/14)
Fangirl (10/02/13)
Tumbledown (09/04/13)
Love Is a Canoe (02/06/13)
Me Before You (01/23/13)
Sweet Tooth (11/28/12)
Winter Journal (10/17/12)
Every Day (10/03/12)
Battleborn (09/12/12)
Vandal Love (08/08/12)
Enchanted (05/16/12)
After the Snow (04/11/12)
Girlchild (03/07/12)
Ragnarok (02/01/12)
Life (11/03/11)
The Map of Time (08/04/11)
Big Girl Small (06/15/11)
Tiger Hills (04/06/11)
Fame (09/22/10)
Solar (05/19/10)
So Much for That (04/07/10)
The Unnamed (02/17/10)

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