J.I.M. Stewart was a novelist, professor, and critic from Scotland. He is known for his crime fiction books featuring Inspector John Appleby....

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On a hot night, in Apartment C4, when 18-year-old Blandine exits her body, almost in the same way her name sake, Saint Blandine, did 2,000 years ago...

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A compelling narrative of an administration steeped in non-stop scandal, much of it its own doing. Touching almost every headline generated from the oval ...

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Walter Lippmann (22 September, 1889 – 14 December, 1974) was a writer, reporter, and commentator. He is known for his 1992 book Public Opinion....

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This was a fascinating book, and certainly intensively researched. Mr. Morris’ narrative is very readable, it is obvious he is fascinated Mr. Roosevelt...

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It is gory, with hyper-violence, dismemberment, and other random acts of violence. If John Wick and Wolverine had a kid, it would be B....

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A young Irish girl is sent to live in a foster home in rural Ireland by her larger Irish family. She does not know when she’ll return home....

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Frans Eemil Sillanpää was a famous Finnish writer, and the first Finn to win the Nobel Prize for literature. He is known for such novels as The Maid Silja....

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Number One Fan by Meg Elison has many aspects, a fascinating look at worlds that co-exist with me, but which I’ll never be a part of (hopefully). ...

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Raising kids can feel like a full-time job. When you’re trying to juggle a career, it can be overwhelming. That’s true for writers who are single parents...

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