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Wild Fire is a well-written and nuanced depiction of Shetland Island life and and a story about efforts to solve a complicated murder.
Jill Lepore is both a historian and modern-day political journalist in These Truths.
The author of Black-Eyed Susans has once again given readers a psychological thriller capable of producing night sweats
I thoroughly enjoyed this literary tale of a group of famous writers who founded a retirement home in breathtaking Bar Harbor, a place they could go to live out their last days with like-minded journalists and their muses.
Dan Barry, of The New York Times, for the last decade has written remarkable story after remarkable story about this land of ours, featuring everyday heroes, along with their struggles, tragedies, and triumphs, in his column “This Land.”
As good or better than any entry in Cormac McCarthy’s near-perfect Border Trilogy, this thrilling debut novel breathes new life into the Western genre. It’s bighearted and heartbreaking, tender and brutal, meditative and action-packed—it’s everything an American adventure novel should be and more.
For those following current events and the Russian attack on the 2016 presidential election, this is a must read.
Young Americans weren’t the only ones “talkin’ bout my generation” in 1968.