Delia Owens’ outstanding Southern fiction debut is set in the marsh lands off the North Carolina coast and is both a coming of age story, and a murder mystery.
“An overblown title signals a kitchen-sink approach—too much, too repetitive, too speculative. The molecule of more has taken over judgement and discernment.”
At the June 2018 European summit the leaders spent most of the time discussing immigration restrictions. Yet the Syrian rush through the Mediterranean is now a trickle.
Tension between the inescapable distance that exists, and must exist, between people, and the driving desire for closeness is what ties together the characters in the accomplished and sensitive nov
“a social history, scrutinizing the complex social, racial, and sexual history of a city already known for its social, racial, and sexual anomalies . . .”
“they have become the successors to the Greatest Generation . . .”
This is a tale of unorthodox relationships, shifting alliances, and contentious allegations.
Stephen Holgate has written a fascinating and well-constructed thriller set in Madagascar.
Mine is a hybrid between a legal thriller and a romance novel set in modern day England.
Gill Stark has proffered a rather fascinating read for almost any fashion reader.
Another fine series by yet another author whose name is not as familiar to American readers of crime fiction as it ought to be, because Valentina Giambanco has created a compelling and realistic ch
“. . . begins with a good premise that dissolves into a disappointment . . .”