For Elisabeth de Mariaffi reading from her novel, The Devil You Know.
& George Murray reading from his new book of Poetry, Diversion.
Stay tuned for more sights and sounds from this exciting fall line-up. 6 more words
“Diversion is essentially an abstract diary of what it means to be distracted. Because of its focus on declarative statements, it resembles in some ways a book of aphorisms, but perhaps a book of aphorisms in the middle of an acid trip or on a ‘roid-rage bender. 66 more words
Regency Personalities Series
In my attempts to provide us with the details of the Regency, today I continue with one of the many period notables. … 1,014 more words
The hottest novel of the year to date, and quite likely the year overall, is Elisabeth de Mariaffi’s The Devil You Know. It’s an atmospheric thriller set in the Paul Bernardo era, featuring a young reporter who is haunted by the murder of a childhood friend and who is now being stalked by an unknown man. 1,800 more words