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.
Race, politics, and murder in a New England college town.
... educational and interesting, but the structure of the program is somewhat confusing.
The story of a boy and his cello in war-torn Spain.
You may never look at your computer the same way again.
Inside the ad biz at the end of the Internet boom.
A must-read for layman and doctors alike.
The authors look at disease through the lens of evolution, asking, "if evolution is all about survival, why would it select for deadly diseases?"
People won't give up a repeat to try something new?
A book for every women who thinks she is alone when she feels ashamed.
With summer coming on, it wouldn't surprise me if Con Ed found its way to many a beach blanket.