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 Review :: That Was Something

Review :: That Was Something

By Jonathan Leaf | Oct 16
This novel is brief - barely one hundred pages. But its honesty of feeling is undeniable. So, too, is the sense that we have encountered a real depiction of New York at a certain time and place.

 Review :: A Mad Love

Review :: A Mad Love

By Jonathan Leaf | Oct 9
What's been lacking is an intro to the subject that's good, up-to-date, engaging and short. That's what longtime New York Times classical music critic and music writer Vivien Schweitzer provides.

 Review :: Tales From Fairyland

Review :: Tales From Fairyland

By Christopher Verleger | Oct 4
Joe Cosentino invites you to revisit the classic fables as an adult in this scintillating short story collection.

 Review :: You Don't Know Everything, Jilly P!

Review :: You Don't Know Everything, Jilly P!

By Christopher Verleger | Sep 28
A precocious twelve-year-old girl confronts prejudice and racism in Alex Gino's inspiring novel.

 Review :: Now I'm Here

Review :: Now I'm Here

By Christopher Verleger | Sep 20
Two young men from a small Ohio town cannot seem to escape their attraction to each other in this indelible romance from author Jim Provenzano.

 Review :: Housegirl

Review :: Housegirl

By Kitty Drexel | Aug 28
"Housegirl" follows the intertwining stories of Belinda and Amma. Belinda, a maid, defines her identity by her ability to follow rules. Amma, the daughter of a wealthy family, finds herself by breaking them.

 Review :: Southern Decadence In New Orleans

Review :: Southern Decadence In New Orleans

By Christopher Verleger | Aug 14
Historians Howard Philips Smith and Frank Perez provide a fascinating, comprehensive history of the second most popular annual event in New Orleans.

 Review :: Cozzi Cove: Happy Endings

Review :: Cozzi Cove: Happy Endings

By Christopher Verleger | Aug 14
Jersey shore guest house patrons find love (but not without its complications) in the fifth entry of this charming series from Joe Cosentino.

 Review :: Dear Mrs. Bird

Review :: Dear Mrs. Bird

By Kyle Thomas Smith | Aug 13
It's the early 1940s. The Luftwaffe is unloading bombs all over London yet the whole of England is keeping calm and carrying on. Twenty-three-year-old Emmeline Lake longs to be a war correspondent. Instead, she lands on a lady's advice column.

 Review :: In The Wake

Review :: In The Wake

By Kyle Thomas Smith | Aug 10
Kay, a high-flying p.r. exec, has been pulled in to head off the press and police at a homicide, only to discover that her name may be linked both to the crime and to the disappearance of the prime suspect.

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