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The Crossing by Joseph Fasano Cider Press Review, 2018 $17.95 ISBN: 978-1-930781-53-5 On the cover of Joseph Fasano’s The Crossing, a detail of Adam and Eve by Andrey Mironov reads […]
Alvarez’s fiction simmers with memory continuously.
Pye’s characters are unique and complex, and readers will think about them long after they finish the book.
It would be easy to devour this book in one sitting but it’s worth savoring.
In this collection, the idea returned to most is our need to make loss feel significant and to keep it so.
The Reporter Who Knew Too Much: The Mysterious Death of What’s My Line TV Star and Media Icon Dorothy Kilgallen by Mark Shaw 336 Pages Post Hill Press, 2016 ISBN: […]
17 Carnations: The Royals, The Nazis, and the Biggest Cover-up in History by Andrew Morton 384 pages Grand Central Publishing, 2015 ISBN: 978-1455527113 They are just a memory now, but […]
By all accounts, he took pulp fiction yarns – about hard-boiled private eyes, such as his popular creation, Sam Spade, in The Maltese Falcon – to new, and higher, literary heights.
Count the Waves By Sandra Beasley 96 pages W.W. Norton, 2015 $26.95 Hardcover ISBN-13: 978-0-393-24320-8 Enter Count the Waves: engaging, sharp, and playful. Beasley’s third collection is […]