November picks from The Washington Post, chosen by Nancy Hightower http://wpo.st/y-Zr0
  1. “Planetfall,” by Emma Newman
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    An exceptionally engaging novel that explores the complex relationship between mythology and science. http://wpo.st/y-Zr0
  2. “The Humanity of Monsters,” edited by Michael Matheson
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    A remarkable range of beast and demon tales by such acclaimed authors as Neil Gaiman, Maria Dahvana Headley, Sofia Samara, Kij Johnson and Laird Barron. http://wpo.st/y-Zr0
  3. “Dead Ringers," Christopher Golden
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    A chilling tale about doppelgängers that will have you shivering the next time you glance at your reflection. http://wpo.st/y-Zr0