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Wednesday, 11 May 2016 14:08

The boundaries of forever Zero K'

DeLillo's latest effort a look at the dynamics of immortality

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Wednesday, 11 May 2016 14:03

Love and loneliness - 'The Pier Falls'

Collection features wide range of stylistic diversity

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Wednesday, 11 May 2016 13:59

After the fire The Map of Bones'

Trilogy's second book another excellent dystopian offering

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'You're in Bangor, Maine? Wow. My very first gig out of town (Long Island, New York) with Vanilla Fudge, when we were called The Pigeons, was in Bangor, Maine (laughing).'

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Wednesday, 27 April 2016 11:38

Don't hate the game Players'

Book explores the economic evolution of pro sports

Published in Sports
Wednesday, 27 April 2016 11:15

Stadiums and sorcery The House of Daniel'

Novel brings together baseball, magic and the Great Depression

Published in Sports
Wednesday, 20 April 2016 11:35

Twain's epic tour Chasing the Last Laugh'

Book tells story of Mark Twain's 1896 round-the-world tour

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Wednesday, 13 April 2016 12:36

Water, water nowhere Thirst'

Novel offers up an arid end of the world

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Thursday, 27 December 2012 18:01

A few of 2012's best reads

People read for different reasons. Some read to learn, while others read to escape; some read to be challenged, others simply to be entertained.

I read for all of these reasons.

So there's a little bit of everything in this list of my 2012 favorites; if nothing else, I feel confident in saying that readers from across the spectrum will find something to like here.

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Wednesday, 14 November 2012 23:58

Romance with a capital R'

Why do you suppose grown women like Romance so much? I'm not talking about coming home to take-out and candles. I'm talking about Romance with a capital 'R,' a genre near and dear to my heart. In the name of all that's trashy, why do we care about Twilight?' How come Nora Roberts is a billionaire by now, and I just brought home the new version of Footloose' for my Friday night viewing? I teach high school I'm not in high school.

My husband rolls his eyes at me whenever he spies me reading a cheap paperback romance novel. 'You teach Shakespeare. How can you possibly be reading a book called Storm Over Paradise?'' It doesn't make sense to him, a literary snob reading Harlequins in her spare time, analyzing whether the stud on the cover matches the histrionic hero inside the book. What sort of sensible woman makes time for such frivolity?

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