C.B. Santore

C.B. Santore has worked as an analyst, writer, and editor in both the public and private sectors since moving to the Washington area in 1980. She began her freelance career in 2005, offering writing and editing services for a variety of business and government publications and information technology projects. Ms. Santore holds a BA in history from Connecticut College, an MA in history from the University of Connecticut, and an MBA from Virginia Tech.

13 entries by C.B. Santore

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pH: A Novel

By Nancy Lord

An intrepid — and flawed — biologist sounds the alarm about looming environmental catastrophe in the Gulf of Alaska.

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The Dark Room

By Jonathan Moore

This second installment of a three-part thriller series will keep you guessing until the very end.

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Something Will Happen, You’ll See

By Christos Ikonomou; translated by Karen Emmerich

Unrelentingly dark — though compassionately rendered — tales of Greece's financial crisis

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As Good as Dead

By Elizabeth Evans

A long-held secret is forced into the light by a fateful visit.

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An informative yet flawed discourse on neuroscience, distracted driving, and the journey through grief.

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The From-Aways

CJ Hauser

Two women meet in a small town, both seeking answers to questions that surprise and hurt them.

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A hilarious take on what happens when an expert in drafting the fine print loses his memory

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Man Alive!: A Novel

Mary Kay Zuravleff

A lightning strike sends one family off its comfortable axis.

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The Humanity Project

Jean Thompson

In a circle of connected characters, a novel based on a chilling murder explores the meaning of hope and redemption.

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Grant Ginder

Three generations refract their family’s history and realities through their own lenses in the author’s second novel.

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Karl Taro Greenfeld

A group of fathers in the trendy Manhattan neighborhood of Tribeca share their stories in the author’s debut novel.

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John Brandon

The tense dance between destiny and free will moves through the author’s latest novel about the inhabitants — both human and not — of a small desert town.

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William Giraldi

A jilted bridegroom seeking lessons in love embarks on a riotous trail of mayhem and outlandish creatures.