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Book Review: The Leftovers by Tom Perrotta

Tom Perrotta's new novel asks how we would react if the Rapture actually happened. Read More »

Winter Holiday Fireside Moments: Interview with Wendy Corsi Staub

Wendy Corsi Staub grew up in the Snowbelt, so she's wishing for a white Christmas. Oh, what fun! Read More »

Book Review: The Third Grace by Deb Elkink

A literary tale as sumptuous as a period costume. Read More »

Book review: The Fine Art of Insincerity by Angela Hunt

Follow three sisters through a weekend that changes their lives. Read More »

Book Review: Break the Skin by Lee Martin

Just in time for summer, a new thriller about love gone wrong. Read More »

Book Review: By Nightfall by Michael Cunningham

A New York City art dealer copes with a midlife crisis in this novel by the author of The Hours. Read More »

Book Review: Getting There by Gerry Boylan

Misadventures including fast cars, beer, hitchhiking, pranks, camping, theft, vandalism, sports, and pot smoking; coming of age on the road to adulthood. Read More »

Book Review: The Map of True Places by Brunonia Barry

The Map of True Places has a celestial place in the universe. Read More »

Book Review: Hunter’s Moon by Don Hoesel

A dangerous family secret smolders then bursts into flame in this character-driven suspense-filled tale Read More »

Book Review: The First Person and Other Stories by Ali Smith

Ali Smith's collection of short stories is uneven, but worth the effort. Read More »