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‘Colorblind’ is fast-paced

9/20/18

Small-town Massachusetts Police Chief Jesse Stone’s lifelong drinking problem hit bottom in The Hangman’s Sonnet as he anguished over the death of...

Nell Stevens writes a book about a book

9/20/18

Nell Stevens’ The Victorian and the Romantic: A Memoir, a Love Story, and a Friendship Across Time is a book about writing a book. It is in some...

If you had to identify a single theme in Anne Tyler’s latest novel, it would be the importance of creating a surrogate family if your biological...

There’s a fierce battle going on in the United States and it’s more crucial than the rivalry between rich and poor, liberals and conservatives, and...

Being the only single person in the family is sometimes annoying. It’s worse when parents get involved, aggressively pushing every available guy in...

Alzheimer’s toll turns a new page

9/20/18

When Marjorie Burke’s husband, Donald, was first diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease, she began journaling to process the changes that every day now...

The publication of The Fall of Gondolin, at long last, represents the conclusion of a loose trilogy set in the Elder Days of J.R.R. Tolkien’s...

Dan Fesperman’s latest outing is Safe Houses, a spy novel with two interweaved narratives that occur nearly 40 years apart. One story features...

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