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Book of the Week: Welcome to Braggsville - T. Geronimo Johnson

Johnson’s second book is a bracing, jazzy satiric riff on race, class and American culture. The bare bones of the story suggest a provocative plot: a quartet of Berkeley undergrads returns to Georgia home of one of their members to take part in a Civil War reenactment—and what they intend to reenact is a lynching. 530 more words


{Giveaway} One Step Too Far by Tina Seskis

One Step Too Far by Tina Seskis is in stores January 27th- but is already creating a big buzz- with readers frantically trying to guess Emily’s secret. 128 more words


Pretty Normal...For a Writer

Last week I was the guest at a library book group. The librarian who booked me warned that they were a feisty group who would speak their minds. 1,002 more words

The Myth of Cincinnatus

by Christopher Nutter

In our age, the acquisition of knowledge and data has never been simpler.  As the glut of academics seek distinction, recognition, publication and tenure, we benefit from a surplus of quality scholarship on everything from the eating habits of septuagenarians to the contributions of the Byzantine Empire to the cultures of modern Greece and Turkey.  997 more words


New Fiction: The Kind Worth Killing - Peter Swanson

Like your suspense to lean more towards old fashioned, elegant noir than slasher and serial killer stories with high body counts? Then Swanson might be for you. 238 more words


One Step Too Far by Tina Seskis (US Release 27 January 2015)

One Step Too Far by Tina Seskis

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Thank you to William Morrow publishers for this wonderful debut novel by author Tina Seskis. 502 more words


Short Take: One Step Too Far - Tina Seskis

One of our major suspense debuts this season, One Step Too Far is the story of a woman who walks away from “the perfect life” as a lawyer, wife and mother. 222 more words