If you’re a library lover, you will most definitely want to get your hands on Susan Orlean’s new release, The Library Book, available today from Simon & Schuster. Reading this book is a delight. It hits many pleasure points: books, libraries,… Read More ›
Published in the U.S. by Tin House Books on October 9, 2018. Bitter Orange, Claire Fuller’s third novel, is a literary mystery that fans of Sarah Waters, Daphne Du Maurier, and Shirley Jackson won’t want to miss. Fuller’s first novel, Our Endless Numbered Days, won the 2015… Read More ›
September was a great reading month for me, but I didn’t get in much blogging time. The books were all good, so I can’t not write about them. Hence, this quick recap. What I read:
A fun and irreverent mystery that’s the perfect beach read for those pining away for Obama and Biden.
Linda Greenlaw’s forth Jane Bunker mystery hits bookstore shelves on Tuesday, June 26, 2018. I’ve been intrigued by Greenlaw since reading about her in Sebastian Junger’s The Perfect Storm (1997) and have read several of her nonfiction books, beginning with… Read More ›