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It is 1922, and England and her citizens are still recovering from the upheaval of the First World War: High...
Lin Enger’s moving and enlightening second novel resonates emotionally and intellectually on several levels: as...
Friends can come from the most unlikely places. In the case of Marla Frazee’s tender wordless story, The Farmer...
Peter Schoeffer has no choice. Johann Fust raised him as his own son, and Peter owes him everything—even if...
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Back to where they once belonged: the Beatles score more hitsThere are at least a dozen clever and cute ways I thought about starting this piece. When I had four books to cover, a play on