Nancy Fontaine is a librarian and freelance writer living in New Hampshire with her husband, two cats, and every four years during presidential primary season, the national press.
Who are we without our memories?
A hometown with a link to the underworld.
This highly-accessible book stresses how mindfulness can benefit just about anyone.
An original and entertaining zombie book, well-worth consuming.
A regional thriller that is a page-turning debut.
The Radleys are not your average neighbors, nor is this your average vampire novel
Seabiscuit author backs another winner.
Despite its difficult premise, Room is an unforgettable book with great heart.
A chilling crime novel that reminds us that people are not always who they seem on the Internet.
A compelling read that should make any lover of crime fiction happy.