In the Clearing, Robert Dugoni, Thomas & Mercer - The 1976 Bicentennial was memorable for the people of Stoneridge, Washington in more ways than one.
Author Archives for Cynthianna Matthews
The Invisible Guardian, Dolores Redondo, Atria Books - Police Inspector Amaia Salazar had good reasons for leaving her home town of Elizondo, a small community in Spain's beautiful Basque country.
Blood Defense, Marcia Clark, Thomas & Mercer - Samantha Brinkman is an ambitious lawyer operating out of a low-rent office in an undesirable neighborhood of LA.
Boy Erased, Garrard Conley, Riverhead Books - A life spent questioning one’s self-worth, one’s faith, one’s sanity is not a life worth living.
The Prey, Tom Isbell, Harper Teen -- Twenty years ago, the Omega Event brought the modern world to a crashing stop. The massive blast of electromagnetic radiation fried every electronic device to useless scrap and plunged the Earth into chaos.
The Capture, Tom Isbell, Harper Teen -- Fugitives Hope, Book, Cat and their comrades turned back from the verge of safety in order to free other Sisters and Less Thans from the clutches of the Western Federation.
Fall of Poppies: Stories of Love and the Great War, Various Authors, William Morrow - These centenary years of the Great War have a particular poignancy. Few families in the combatant nations escaped the heartache of losing a loved one in the “war to end all wars.”
The Rabbit Who Wants To Go To Harvard, Zeldar the Great, Penguin -- First and foremost, The Rabbit Who Wants To Go To Harvard, is not a picture book to be read aloud to young children.
Echo Echo, Marilyn Singer, Dial Books - Marilyn Singer is the creator of the “Reverso Poem,” which is poetry which can be read both up and down, often yielding very different meanings.
He Will Be My Ruin, K. A. Tucker, Atria--Maggie Sparkes was in Africa working on a charitable project when she heard her best friend had committed suicide.