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“captivating, powerful, and touching.”

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“Everyone has three lives: a public life, a private life, and a secret life.” Gabriel Garcia Marquez is quoted as saying on the frontispiece of The Lost Letters from Martha’s Vineyard.

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The reader is encouraged to participate, become one with the natural space as well as an observer of it, and see what variety and grandiosity nature has . .

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It’s hard to publish a sequel to a powerful or popular novel, and even more so in a case like this, where author Joyce Maynard has said that she never intended to return to the complicated family s

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The premise for Pearson’s story, Bright and Tender Dark, is a classic whodunit. Karlie Richards is a college student in North Carolina, and she is murdered.

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We Refuse goes a long way to helping us understand an important part of our national past, slavery, racism and resistance.” 

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Bear is a dark tale, redeemed by good writing.”

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“a heartfelt book that will definitely speak to many people who have had to navigate the cracks, fissures, and fault lines between radically different cultures across generations.”

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Music industry executive and cultural ambassador David Junk, and veteran music journalist Fred Bronson, have combined their talents to write a fast-moving, information-rich narrative about the inte

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“As absorbing as it is insightful and as entertaining as it is sobering, The Righteous Arrows is an excellent read and very highly recommended.”

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“Mwanza’s writing captures her own passion as well as that of her central character.”

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“The themes tackled in this story are important, painful, and relevant for our modern day, presented in beautiful prose and complex storytelling.”

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