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(Book Review) Little Fires Everywhere by Celeste Ng

By Ian G. Wilson

Celeste Ng’s Little Fires Everywhere is lauded as a New York Times Bestseller, and although I often find the bestseller status doesn’t necessarily reflect on the quality of the writing, Ng’s book is certainly worthy of the accolades. 1,231 more words

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(Book Review) From the Stacks: The Unquiet Grave by Sharyn McCrumb

By Ian G. Wilson

Sharyn McCrumb says that the tale of the Greenbrier Ghost is the most famous ghost story in West Virginia. It is also a peculiarity in American legal history, as it was the first time a court verdict was reached based in part upon the testimony of a spirit. 1,158 more words

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(Book Review) From the Stacks: A Little Yellow Dog by Walter Mosley

By Ian G. Wilson

I had never read a Walter Mosley book before I picked up A Little Yellow Dog. I had heard good things about Easy Rawlins, his sometime private eye, so I was not surprised to find myself deeply impressed by Mosley’s novel, the fifth in the series. 955 more words

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(Book Review) The Mistletoe Murder and Other Stories by P. D. James

By Ian G. Wilson

For readers who feel a little intimidated by the length and complexity of the novels of P. D. James, my seasonal gift is… 1,029 more words

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