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Helium

By Jaspreet Singh (Bloomsbury, $18)

Raj decides to return to India from the U.S. to find the widow of his mentor, and discovers frightening family ties to the professor's murder.

 

Plague

By C.C. Humphreys (Doubleday, $25)

In 17th-century London, a serial killer's victims have only one thing in common -- they are found with gemstones in their mouths.

 

Pilgrim's Wilderness

By Tom Kizzia (Crown, $17)

After Papa Pilgrim and his 15 children appear in McCarthy, Alaska, journalist Kizzia uncovers questions about his family and honesty.

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition July 19, 2014 G7

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