An Arts & Literature Review
Kidd’s boundless, imaginative powers drive the plot forward in this amateur detective story with a gothic twist
Glimpse is a story of recovery, atoning for past mistakes, and facing fears.
A collection of short stories about women who do and say what’s expected of them, only to turn around and question where those expectations came from.
Death Wish is a movie that, though crafted as escapist entertainment, only makes us more conscious of the real world.
In honor of John Aubrey's birthday--his 392nd--we are sharing this appreciation of Ruth Scurr's 2015 biography of Aubrey.
A densely-written and richly-researched biography of William Howard Taft, the nation's 27th President and its first Chief Executive to also hold the office of Chief Justice of the Supreme Court.
Nothing is predictable in this edgy, riveting, beautifully-wrought thriller.
This is the colorful material insanely prolific historical novelist Victoria Holt used for one of her best novels, 1979's My Enemy, the Queen.
The fourth in this series featuring the unlikely sleuthing duo of Clementine Talbot, the Countess of Montfort, and her chief housekeeper, Edith Jackson.
Downie unfolds the investigation at her customary smooth, deliberate pace, filling her pages with well-realized characters
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