Le Guin – The Complete Orsinia, Brian Attebery Editor, The Library of America - Ursula K. Le Guin has produced a considerable body of fine work over the course of a long career. Her novels and short stories focus on the human qualities of courage in the face of oppression, optimism, endurance and, above all, freedom.
Author Archives for Cynthianna Matthews
Echoes of Family, Barbara Claypole White, Lake Union - Marianne Stokes suffered a head injury in a car crash which killed her unborn child.
Elmore Leonard: Four Later Novels, Gregg Sutter Editor, Library of America - Elmore Leonard’s body of work is formidable, but this compilation is an excellent sample from the Master of popular entertainment.
In Twenty Years, Allison Winn Scotch, Lake Union - Five former college housemates and best friends reunite at their old house twenty years after leaving Penn State.
Fractured, Catherine McKenzie, Lake Union Publishing - Julie Prentice wrote a best-selling novel, achieved fame – and attracted a stalker.
City of Strangers, Louise Millar, Emily Bestler Books - Grace Scott returns from honeymoon in Thailand to find a dead man lying on her kitchen floor. Her photojournalist instincts kick in, and she photographs the man before calling the police.
Remember Me This Way, Sabine Durrant, Emily Bestler Books - School librarian Lizzie Carter drives from London to Cornwall to lay flowers at the spot where her husband died in a car crash.
The Devils of Cardona, Matthew Carr, Riverhead Books - Late sixteenth century Spain has its share of troubles. The reverberations from the Reconquista that saw the end of Muslim rule in parts of the country left it unsettled.
Love Her Madly, M. Elizabeth Lee, Atria Books -- One damp January morning Glo Roebuck meets Cyn Williams on their first day at a small progressive college in Florida.
Blood on the Tracks, Barbara Nickless, Thomas & Mercer - Sidney Rose Parnell has seen some of the worst things humans can do to others.