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Book Review: ‘You Are What You Tweet: Harness the Power of Twitter to Create a Happier, Healthier Life’ by Germany Kent

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Kent’s book is clear and practical, filled with savvy secrets, ah-hah moments and best of all, a step-by-step approach to mastering the Twitter universe. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Alex’s Wake: A Voyage of Betrayal and a Journey of Remembrance’ by Martin Goldsmith

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' Alex’s Wake' is a book with a lesson for today. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Reinvent Yourself: Essential Tools from a Brooklyn Psychiatrist Who Has Seen It All’ by Dr. Johnny Lops

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Not only is Lops quite relate-able, he’s persuasive, and in a large part that comes form his own life and career. Read More »

Interview: Chris Karlsen, Author of the Detective Novel ‘Silk’

Former detective Chris Karlsen talks about writing and her new Inspector Bloodstone series.

"I put off trying to actually write until I retired. Now, I am thrilled to complete each story that comes to me." Read More »

Book Review: ‘Red Cavalry’ by Isaac Babel

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Pushkin Press has issued a new edition of 'Red Cavalry,' Isaac Babel's Russian short stories, originally published in 1926 paint a unique picture of time and place. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Where They Found Her’ – a Mystery by Kimberly McCreight

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In "Where They Found Her" by Kimberly McCreight, we are drawn into the world of a woman who's lost a child, following her on a risky path toward healing. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Deceived, A Sam McClellan Tale’ by Laura Wharton

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The first entry in a new mystery series is filled with twists and humorous and devious characters. Read More »

Interview: Joel Fox, Author of ‘The Mark on Eve’

"The idea for my book came from an actual Cape Cod legend in which a woman in colonial New England was suspected of witchcraft in drawing her pirate lover’s ship into a storm and the ship sank. "

"While I am not writing history, the feel of the period must be accurate for the readers." Read More »

Short Novel Review: ‘Gravitas: Valkyrie in the Forbidden Zone’ by Lynne Murray

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A fun read for those who love a good stranger in a strange land yarn. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Capital Dames,’ A Glance at the Women of the Civil War by Cokie Roberts

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While the emphasis is on the woman, it is the history and the making of it that seems to be the guide. Read More »