Monthly Archives: October 2016

Abandoned by the Vatican Book Review

Abandoned by the Vatican by Jack Doherty Book Review

Abandoned by the Vatican: My Clandestine Journey to Support Secret Priests Behind the Iron Curtain is the little known but true tale of the “Book Priest” and his project to secretly ship Catholic books to illegal priests in Czechoslovakia, Poland, Yugoslavia, and Romania during the Cold War. You would think a tale such as this…

Dark Matter by Blake Crouch

Dark Matter by Blake Crouch Book Review

Dark Matter is the high-concept and dizzying brainchild of award-winning author Blake Crouch. In this scifi thriller, a once prominent physicist-turned-professor finds himself lost in the multiverse, trying to find his way back to his original reality. Similar to the 90’s television show Sliders, Dark Matter gives a peak into strange and dangerous parallel realities, but with…

Maggie Miller

Interview with Local Author Maggie Miller

Maggie Miller is the nom de plume for Colleen Bruce, a local Vermont author, cook, and survivor. Tell me a little bit about who you are and where you live. I am a practicing cosmetologist and owner of Colleen’s Hair Salon for 33 years and previous owner Colleen’s New England Kitchen and author of two cookbooks…

Wilber's War by Hale Bradt

Local Author New Release: Wilber’s War (Abridged) by Hale Bradt

Expected Publication: December 7, 2016 Paperback  $14.99 eBook $4.99 358 pp Pre-Order Here December 7, 2016 marks the 75th anniversary of a “date which will live in infamy”—the attack on Pearl Harbor. Thrusting America into World War II, the events on that date changed our nation forever, and for Hale Bradt, they marked the beginning…


Interview with Local Author Carol Milkuhn

Tell me a little bit about who you are and where you live. After I retired from high school teaching, my husband and I moved from the New York City area to a rural community in Vermont. We  thought the town would be a “good fit”; we both liked hiking, biking, and cross-country skiing—outdoor activities…

Chaos by Patrica Cornwell

Local Author New Release: CHAOS by Patricia Cornwell

Patricia Cornwell is a New York Times bestselling author and currently resides in Boston. CHAOS is book number 24 in her Kay Scarpetta series. Series: Kay Scarpetta (Book 24) Hardcover: 400 pages Publisher: William Morrow (November 15, 2016) Language: English ISBN-10: 0062436686 ISBN-13: 978-0062436689 $28.99 Preorder on Amazon About CHAOS:  During the twilight hours on an…

On the Sickle's Edge by Neville Frankel

Local Author New Release: On the Sickle’s Edge by Neville D. Frankel

ON THE SICKLE’S EDGE By Neville D. Frankel ISBN: 978-1-944884-10-9 (pbk.) ISBN: 978-1-944884-11-6 (ebook) 471 pages: $25.95 Special Preorder price: $19.95 January 16, 2017 With the current refugee crisis in Europe reaching a scale unknown since World War II, ON THE SICKLE’S EDGE illuminates today’s issues, even as it sheds penetrating insight from the past….

The Lost Girls Book Review

The Lost Girls by Heather Young Book Review

Recently released, The Lost Girls by Heather Young is a novel that switches between past and present and one that provides characters marked by disturbed minds rivaling those in Gone Girl or The Girl on the Train but with the added satisfaction of actually being believable. This is the story of a young six-year-old girl who vanished without a trace…

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