LONDON — Wizarding legend Harry Potter’s tale has turned 20. Author J.K. Rowling’s first novel, Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone, was published in Britain on June 26, 1997. Since then, it has sold more than 450
FBI agent Jane Hawk must go rogue and stay completely off the grid if she’s going to uncover the truth behind a personal tragedy in Dean Koontz’s latest gripping thriller, The Silent Corner. Hawk had a wonderful job and a loving husband.
“Did she love me?” Sherman Alexie asks about his mother in his memoir of their complicated and conflictual relationship. “When I gather up all the available evidence, I have to say, ‘Yes, Lillian Alexie loved Sherman Alexie,
Wild Thyme is a township lost in rural northeastern Pennsylvania. It’s a place where the locals have awakened from the American Dream to find themselves in the new millennium’s nightmare of dead economies, fracking, and heroin addiction.
The premise of Thrity Umrigar’s new novel, Everybody’s Son, is straightforward: a wealthy white family whose son has died adopts a black child from the projects. Through this disturbing yet evocative tale, Umrigar — best
WASHINGTON — Sen. Al Franken returns to the printed page in a U.S. political climate similar to the last time the Minnesota politician published a book. Al Franken, Giant of the Senate takes comedic aim at President Trump and Republican
Karen Dionne reading set for tonight Aunt Agatha’s in Ann Arbor.
Copies of her book will be available for purchase and signing.