Book Review

Deep: Freediving, Renegade Science, and What the Ocean...

James Nestor

Attempting to expand our understanding of the oceans, James Nestor explores the practice of freediving and the human threat to our waters.

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One Plus One

Jojo Moyes

A single mom with little money but lots of heart accepts an offer of a road trip and help from a willing stranger.

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Take This Man

Brando Skyhorse

A mother who refused to help her son with his deepest desire – to know who his father really was.

Book Blog

Thoughts from a debut writer on attending ThrillerFest.

Author Q&A

Nadia Hashimi’s deeply affecting debut novel follows the thread of destiny that weaves through two generations of Afghan women.

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Midnight in Europe

Alan Furst

A lawyer turns arms dealer for the Spanish Republic as fascism gains power in 1930s Europe.

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A teenage girl navigates the uncertainty of adolescence while trying to make sense of her family and her faith.

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Goldman recounts his late-in-life journey to become a cellist and, in the process, he reminds us to never stop learning.

Author Q&A

Like snuggling in a comfy chair with a good book and a cup of tea, Niall Williams’ History of the Rain is a delicious treat for readers.

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The story of the maple syrup industry told within the boundaries of one year, one harvest, and one family.

Beyond The Book

What do literary types have queued up on their nightstands and ready to read before lights-out? We asked a couple of them, and here’s what they said.