5 novels for the new year

If you're a fiction reader, you are going to want to pick up at least one of these early 2011 novels.

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1. Clara and Mr. Tiffany, by Susan Vreeland

"Clara and Mr. Tiffany," by Susan Vreeland (Random House, 432 pp.) Vreeland, author of “Luncheon of the Boating Party,” once again builds a novel around the life of a famous artist and a major piece of art. This time her story, set in New York’s Gilded Age, imagines the Tiffany leaded-glass lamp as the creation of Clara Driscoll, the studio manager of Louis Tiffany Comfort. (January)

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