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A gravesite meeting starts thriller


In David Baldacci’s latest, Redemption, Amos Decker and his FBI partner Alex Jamison arrive in a small town in Ohio where Decker was a detective...

It would be easy for Owen Laukkanen’s superb Deception Cove to evolve into just a dog story about the power and love of a devoted canine – and...

With breathtaking brevity, Rachel Howard’s debut novel, The Risk of Us, illuminates the joys, challenges, fears and frustrations of adopting a...

Shop for books at Everett Arena on Sunday


If your “to be read” pile of books is starting to look like a manageable feat, it might benefit you to head to the Northern New England Bookfair on...

Author remains one to watch


Journalist Peggy Townsend delivers an outstanding second novel about investigative reporter Aloa Snow that may overshadow her superb debut...

When the Revolutionary War was over, and the Treaty of Paris had Great Britain recognize that a new country had been formed, Britain also gave the...

Memoir testament to power of good parents


Dustin Lance Black’s new memoir hooks readers right off the bat by describing the moment his beloved mother might die.The beginning of Mama’s Boy...

Author and UNH graduate, Tammi Truax’s latest novel, For to See the Elephant, tells the story of an enslaved boy tasked with caring for the first...

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