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Mel Huff | Contributor Dan Cole is well known in Charlotte. During his working years, he carried the mail in town. In retirement, he has acquired another identity: author. Upon...
By interweaving reality with spirituality, Ivey has also written a story of undiscovered realms beyond human knowledge. Her descriptions of the Alaskan landscape—its glaciers, rivers and mountains—are elegaic and breathtaking....
Timbuktu was founded in the 11th century on a tributary of the Niger River. By the 14th century, it had become a thriving metropolis and trading center. During the 15th...
Cancer took Paul Kanalithi’s life at age 37 but not before the neurosurgeon was able to write most of his memoir, When Breath Becomes Air. ...
Read all about it! See what Georgie Edwards has to say about this New York Times Bestseller...
It is hard to imagine that Carly Simon, a multiple award-winning singer and songwriter, grappled with performance anxiety, low self-esteem and depression for much of her life. Voted the music...
Few authors were better poised to write a satire about the art world than Hannah Rothschild....
By Georgia Edwards | Contributor Little did Andy Weir know that the sci-fi serial he published on his website in 2011 would morph into the phenomenon it is today. ...
Graham’s inspiring tale is set on the windswept Cornish coast in late 18th century England. Captain Ross Poldark returns to Cornwall after three years of fighting in the American Revolutionary...
Alice Hoffman’s latest novel is set in the 1800s on the Caribbean island of St. Thomas. In this idyllic paradise, the reader will meet Rachel Pomie Petit Pizzarro, the strong-willed...
The Vacationers, by Emma Straub Emma Straub’s newest novel has a New York couple, their daughter and friends jetting off to the Spanish island of Mallorca for a much-anticipated holiday. To...