Return with me to a more innocent time, when the only bloodsuckers you had to worry about were actual vampires.
Can any political thriller top the extreme antics of real life these days? Stacey Abrams makes her case.
Bill Bryson made his name with witty travelogues that spanned the world. But does the shtick ever get old?
Past and present once again collide for Fin Macleod in the Outer Hebrides in this finale to Peter May’s Lewis Trilogy.
Her mother’s death leads Elizabeth on a journey to discover her father’s true identity and why her mother refused to talk about her life before Elizabeth was born.
How do you measure human arousal? And where does the money or the volunteers come from? Mary Roach explains in ‘Bonk: The Curious Coupling of Science and Sex’
An orphan finds her sense of self in an unexpected talent for chess, but can the game also vanquish her demons?
Neil Griffon gets more than he bargained for when he temporarily assumes management of his estranged father’s stable. Along with the horses, he has to deal with a villain whose inexperienced son wants to be an apprentice jockey — whatever the cost.
in 1918 Dublin, a young nurse works desperately to save her influenza-wracked maternity patients while trying to find some sliver of hope in the midst of so much illness and death.
Happiness is having your own library card.Sally Brown in Peanuts
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Hi, I’m Julia. I started reading before kindergarten, and I haven’t stopped since. The next best thing to reading a book is talking about it with friends.
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