“a fun bit of vampire courtship with a dash of a mystery thrown in for intrigue.”
“above all, The Vulnerables, like many of Sigrid Nunez’s other exceptional writings, is about what it means to be human.”
Once the reader gets past the unlikely notion that a young man in 1868 would write a 269-page letter to a four-year-old boy called Small Tot, there is a good story in The Madstone.
Susannah Breslin is an accomplished journalist. She writes about sex and pornography. She produces documentaries and television series.
“Together Vance and Smith debunk the myths that ‘therapy is only for white folks’ and ‘prayer is enough.’”
Doyle’s World―Lost & Found attempts what is perhaps impossible: to shed new light and offer a fresh perspective on the oft-written about fictitious consulting detective, Sherlock Holme
"A wonderful glimpse into the world of orthodox Jewish teens while giving a richly complicated story of choices and the ramifications they have."
“The reader familiar with Margolin’s stories will carefully pick through the clues that he drops, and may or may not make their own decisions on whodunnit and why.”
Many succumbed to the mesmerizing prose of Paul Auster 40 years ago when he was writing about his emotionally distant father. Auster was then only 35.
Can a woman of 60 just be coming of age?
Better late than never.
“The story is a fascinating one, filled with moments of excitement and flashes of humor . . .”
“the author combines his background as both a historian and lawyer to present his guilty verdict on the Confederate government in the plot to assassinate Abraham Lincoln. . . .