Sep 23rd, 2014 by Will Stotts, Jr.
In the post-apocalyptic novel, civilization has collapsed, but culture and beauty survive.
Sep 11th, 2014 by Will Stotts, Jr.
The final part of Lev Grossman’s epic trilogy is worth your attention, even if you missed the first two.
Sep 4th, 2014 by Will Stotts, Jr.
Frog Music offers a murder mystery -- and a gritty historical narrative -- set in Frisco in 1876.
Aug 15th, 2014 by Will Stotts, Jr.
A new Spanish Civil War-era spy novel from Alan Furst transports readers to a simpler time…when no one can be trusted.
Aug 7th, 2014 by Will Stotts, Jr.
Cristina Henriquez’s new novel offers poignant stories of newcomers and those who resent them.
Jul 31st, 2014 by Will Stotts, Jr.
Redeployment offers an ex-Marine’s powerful short stories about life in a war zone.
Jul 24th, 2014 by Will Stotts, Jr.
Harry Potter creator publishes second book in her adult mystery series. Raymond Chandler might approve.
Jul 18th, 2014 by Will Stotts, Jr.
Two great books from New Yorker cartoonists Bob Mankoff and Roz Chast offer life lessons with the laughs.
Jun 26th, 2014 by Will Stotts, Jr.
Larry McMurtry’s The Last Kind Words Saloon offers a wonderful summation of his writings on frontier life.
Jun 20th, 2014 by Will Stotts, Jr.
In Mona Simpson’s novel, Casebook, teen boys do a Hardy Boys style investigation of parental problems.
Jun 5th, 2014 by Will Stotts, Jr.
Michael Cunningam’s The Snow Queen is a magical story about the search for meaning by three city people.
May 30th, 2014 by Will Stotts, Jr.
Francise Prose’s new novel captures the romance and decadence of the City of Light in 1930s.