Tag Archives: New York

Us Conductors

HisLit In this fictional account of Lev Termen’s life, we are presented with how the Russian scientist invented an electronic instrument, known as the theremin. We witness how his government uses this invention as a means to visit America in … Continue reading

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The Rosie Effect

A Five Star Pick I have looked forward to this sequel ever since I heard that is was being written!  Don Tillman is back with his hilarious antics once again, but this time, in the Big Apple.  When Rosie announces that … Continue reading

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Emily and Einstein & Love Saves the Day

A Book Pairing       If you are an animal lover and care for sentimental, feel-good books, these two novels are the perfect answer.  I will be honest and tell you that I cried for both, especially towards the … Continue reading

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A Writer Reads: Finding Favourites

(a post from guest author, Mary Burns) A favourite book store in New York City is the Housing Works Café Bookstore, a social enterprise that is part of the Housing Works non-profit.  It is staffed for the most part by … Continue reading

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Red on Red

Movel of the Month I could see this novel as a TV show or miniseries.  The main police detectives are humorous and the cases they work on never seem boring—plus, it takes place in New York!  Can it get any … Continue reading

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