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Book Review: Houri by Mehrdad Balali

Houri is absorbing and offers a panoramic vision of a country not always defined with such clarity and perspective. Read More »

Book Review: Half Broke Horses by Jeannette Walls

With a pen that glows with brilliance, Walls, writing in Half Broke Horses is bedazzling. Read More »

Book Review: Under This Unbroken Sky by Shandi Mitchell

Mitchell’s writing is edgy and disturbing as two families head toward a collision. Read More »

Book Review: Seducing the Spirits by Louise Young

Louise Young writes in living botanical color providing breathtaking visions of a perfect paradise. Read More »

Interview with Ellen Feldman, Author of Scottsboro, Shortlisted for 2009 Orange Prize

“Though Scottsboro is alive with moral issues, I hope readers will get lost in a thrilling story. And I trust the horror... will encourage compassion...” Read More »

Book Review: The Indifferent Stars Above: The Harrowing Saga of a Donner Party Bride by Daniel James Brown

Brown crafts with living, stimulating accuracy the scenic details of character and setting that makes this an incredible readable history. Read More »

Book Review: Scottsboro by Ellen Feldman

Scottsboro is a hypnotic and haunting novel destined to become a classic. Read More »

Book Review: Every Boat Turns South by J.P.White

White’s compass rose takes you on a meandering voyage that will keep you guessing until the last sail south. Read More »

Book Review: All Other Nights by Dara Horn

Captured from the beginning as her web of deception unfolds you are powerless to put Dara Horn's book down. Read More »

Book Review: Tone Deaf in Bangkok (And Other Places) by Janet Brown, Photographer Nana Chen

A picturesque journey of candid truth. Read More »