James Ellroy is back at work on his version of the 20th century. And if, like me, you are among his legion of fans, you will dive into Perfidia with a shiver that is equal parts anticipation and fear — because you know it's going to get very dark very fast.
If you're looking for a writer who can do any style or genre, then David Mitchell fits the bill.
Blogger Jessica Merchant (Seriously Delish) will discuss and sign her cookbook and demonstrate recipes at 7 p.m. Tuesday at Inkwood Books, 216 S Armenia Ave., Tampa. Tickets are $40 and include admission and tasting for two and one copy of the book; inkwoodbooks.com.
If you haven't read it yet, you have until Sept. 19 to read Tropper's hilarious novel This Is Where I Leave You before it hits the big screen with Jason Bateman, Jane Fonda, Adam Driver, Rose Byrne and Tina Fey. The story centers around Judd Foxman, whose …
Labor Day honors workers, and creative people work as hard as anyone, as these books note.
St. Kilda's is an exclusive school in Dublin: "Girls' secondary, private, leafy suburb. Nuns." Its halls teem with long-haired, coltish, chattering teens from well-off families. It's not supposed to be the kind of place where murder happens.
Jane Goodall's world-famous research on chimpanzees inevitably involved observing the plant life around them, from the seeds and fruits they ate to the towering trees they slept in.
Bestselling novels inspired by 17th century Dutch works of art are getting to be a hot literary subgenre. First came Tracy Chevalier's Girl With a Pearl Earring, then Donna Tartt's The Goldfinch. And now Jessie Burton's The Miniaturist, a debut novel that sparked an 11-publisher bidding war, is …
As the sliding doors open, the man drags his female companion out of the elevator on her knees. He pulls her inert body forward, then lowers the young woman face-down on the hallway floor. Her lower legs and bare feet still extend back into the elevator. Her companion, Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice, tries to …
Gutradt's work has appeared in the Japan-based Kyoto Journal, Utne Reader and Ashé Journal, and this month she published In a Rocket Made of Ice: Among the Children of Wat Opot, a first-person account of her time spent at an orphanage in …