In journalist Kelsey McKInney’s debut novel, Caroline and Abigail struggle to reconcile their pastor father’s actions with the gospel he preaches.
Young wizards have to team up to survive their Deadly Education in a monster-filled boarding school.
A new crop of women songwriters and musicians are reclaiming their place in the country music space — sexism be damned.
How much biting are you, a dog lover, willing to tolerate in your canine roommates? Probably not as much as Julie Klam, bless her heart.
The flesh may be weaker, but the spirits and brains of the residents of an English retirement community are working at full speed in this…
History shows us that the recent failings of the US Secret Service had their roots in an agency whose culture and management have been in…
Community theater can be a cutthroat endeavor — nowhere more so than in Janice Hallett’s latest mystery.
Luminous short stories of interpersonal relationships by the inimitable Laurie Colwin.
When one member of a high school clique is murdered at a reunion, the solution may lie in things that happened during the final weeks…
Happiness is having your own library card.Sally Brown in Peanuts
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