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Wednesday, October 25th, 2017

Reviews by Bruce Collier and Marilu Morgan

The book is primarily about two women—Elena Richardson, an upper class mother who has lived in Shaker her entire life and adheres to an ideology of always playing by the rules; and Mia Warren, a vagabond artist and single mother with a mysterious past...
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Thursday, October 12th, 2017

Reviews by Bruce Collier, Jane Morgan and Ronald Larsen

Grisham drops the reader right into the action as F. Scott Fitzgerald’s original manuscripts are stolen from Princeton University’s underground vault. This story follows Mercer Mann, a novelist with money troubles and writer’s block who was recently laid off from her university teaching position...
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Thursday, September 14th, 2017

Reviews by Bruce Collier and Marilu Morgan

After the scandal, the Congressman gets to continue his life just as before, but Aviva’s reputation is ruined—her past is revealed every time a potential employer performs a Google search of her name. Seeing no other options, Aviva...
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Friday, September 1st, 2017

Reviews by Bruce Collier and Marilu Morgan

I first encountered Felix Nadar as a character in a historical novel. I knew he was a real person, but he’s not nearly as well known here as he is in France...
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Thursday, July 6th, 2017

Reviews by Bruce Collier and Wynn Parks

These 10 pseudo-folk tales start with “The Splendid Cannibals,” the theme of which is “transactional cannibalism.” To wit, three travelers ride into Swampmuck, a simple village of Peculiars. The travelers are sumptuously attired but starving. The village folks offer food, but the travelers...