A fictional Shaker village and its modern re-creation have some uncomfortable commonalities in a new mystery by Susan Wittig Albert.
A Matter of Justice: An Inspector Ian Rutledge Mystery
(By Charles Todd. Morrow; 330 pgs., $24.99)
Lynn Tincher releases novel "Afterthoughts"
Telling stories, shaping them into marketable works and doing the networking (including online) to get them in front of readers: Those are the required steps for a new author.
Good ones you might have missed
The Moons of Jupiter
(By Alice Munro. First Published 1981.)
1) We Were the Mulvaneys by Joyce Carol Oates (fiction) — If ever there was a perfect family, the Mulvaneys were it: parents married, successful and in love, thre
(By Anne Donovan. Canongate Books Ltd.; 320 pgs., $11.49.)
(By Roddy Doyle. First Published in 1990.)
Is it Just Me or Is Everything Shit?: Insanely Annoying Modern Things
Robert H. Miller donates his rare books collection to U of L
‘The Robert and Diane Miller Collection’
Feb. 25-May 29
Kain Rare Books Gallery
U of L’s Ekstrom Library