March 10, 2015

History Brought to Life: Dead Wake by Erik Larson

Step back in time once again with Erik Larson, whose retelling of the Lusitania disaster is anything but dry.

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March 9, 2015

An Author to Change Your Sense of Self: Rachel Cusk

Rachel Cusk’s novel Outline, if you’re open to it, will change your sense of self – and your sense of the world.

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March 8, 2015

Oft-Overlooked Women's History: Melanie Crowder's Audacity

Perfect for Women’s History Month, Melanie Crowder’s Audacity is a novel inspired by the life of immigrant-turned-activist Clara Lemlich Shavelson – and like the match on its cover, it starts out quietly before building up to a loud and bright blaze.

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March 7, 2015

More Romance from Cold Fury: Sawyer Bennett's Latest

In Sawyer Bennett’s latest Cold Fury romance, Garrett, a woman lets down her guard and let’s a worthwhile man in.

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March 6, 2015

The Zero-Validity Environment, from Jason Kelly

Check out an excerpt from The 3% Signal, wherein the author explains why we can’t seem to learn from previous mistakes when it comes to the financial markets.

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March 5, 2015

Nick Hornby's Latest Novel Is Here: Funny Girl

London in the 1960s was experiencing the same changes our country across the pond was seeing: movement in civil rights, the advancement of women’s rights, and plenty of rock ‘n’ roll. Against this backdrop, Nick Hornby sets his latest novel.

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March 4, 2015

A Life Without Light: Girl in the Dark by Anna Lyndsey

What would you do if, after two decades-plus of living a relatively normal life, your world suddenly went dark? If little by little then all at once you physically could not stand the light?

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