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“clever, filled with puns and acerbic wit, and good fun to read . . .”
The world should be well aware of the sacrifices made and losses suffered by the Soviet Union in World War II.
“The Broken Hours is a lovely homage to the fantastic dreams of the often heartsick writer who inspired it . . .”
“a ride you won’t want to miss.”
There are few if any who would argue that Cristobal Balenciaga was the epitome of fashion if not the greatest designer who ever lived.
Fans of Paula Poundstone’s dry humor and offbeat view of the world should enjoy her new book, The Totally Unscientific Study of the Search for Human Happiness.
All seven of the adult Justus siblings are together in their childhood home on Cape Cod facing the impending demise of their father.
If you loved the television series Mad Men, hanker for a time when jewel thieves were referred to as “gentlemen,” and wish all business lunches revolved around three or more martinis, then
“The Girl Who Knew Too Much is a fun, spunky, read . . .”
Greg Foley and Andrew Luecke have assembled a story that has been told before but never quite like this.
Love, in the world of Paula Priamos’ new novel Inside V, is powerful, primal, obsessive, and deadly. Former L.A.