Author David Ellis, known for co-writing legal thrillers with James Patterson, has now branched out and penned a nifty domestic thriller.
Bookish Charlotte and firecracker Rose came to New York City with desire and literary ambition and found kindred spirts in each other.
Tiffany upends our biases about fangirls and shows them as the creative, tongue-in-cheek, freethinking individuals that they are.
The story primarily takes place in Triana, the neighborhood in Seville, Spain known as the birthplace of flamenco.
“This Body I Wore” primarily concerns Goetsch’s life before her 2014 transition at age fifty. The trans community’s concurrent growth is also explored.
The quality of Smith’s prose helps to reshape the way a reader sees northern Illinois, the way Nelson Algren shaped how we see Chicago.
I found myself cheering for her, turning page after page of this graphic memoir hoping that it would get better, that she would get justice or revenge or both.
Handke’s brilliance, and that is what this book is, is finding the extraordinary in the mundane.
Many of his subjects have Latin American roots and all the stories in the collection take place on the border of Mexico and Texas.