Review: Eileen Cook’s The Hanging Girl, E.K. Johnston’s That Inevitable Victorian Thing and Samya Kullab’s Escape from Syria
The Hanging Girl By Eileen Cook Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 320 pages, $23.99 Eighteen-year-old Skye wants to move to New York after graduation. But she doesn't make enough money working at the Burger and
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There’s nothing quite as satisfying as settling down with an exhilarating new read on a rare day off. But while we’re always on the hunt for brand new books to binge-read, there are certain literary staples